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02/02/2014 11:14 AM

California 60, Arizona 58-- Best part of highlights was Cal coach Mike Montgomery shoving happy fans off the court who had come on with 0:00.9 left after the Bears took the lead. Wildcats are struggling to score- Nick Johnson was 1-14 in this game.

-- Syracuse 91, Duke 89 ot-- ESPN treated this game like a combination of the Super Bowl and a Presidential inauguration- they even showed Syracuse alum Vanessa Williams singing the national anthem. For a game on Feb 1st. While I'm here, I can't listen to Dick Vitale for two straight hours anymore; he rarely analyzes the game, just follows his own script. He has done amazing things in raising money to research a cure for cancer, but as a TV analyst, his best days were a decade or two ago.

-- Bad Beat of the Day: Air Force (+9.5) loses 69-56 in OT at Nevada.

-- Sacramento State 78, Weber State 75 ot-- 10 points scored in last 0:07 of this game, six in last 0:01, yes six points in a second. Wild game, with 33 points and three technicals in the OT, including Weber State calling a timeout they didn't have with 0:07 left. Both coaches also got a T in OT, as Hornets ended a 12-game losing streak to Weber State. Weber hit a 3 to tie game with under a second left, then Dylan Garrity stuck a running 75-footer as pandemonium broke loose in Sacramento's tiny gym.

-- Lakers lost 12 games in January; last time they lost 12 games in same month was.....1964. This summer will be very interesting for them.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera and linebacker Luke Kuechly came out on top in their respective categories Saturday night at the "NFL Honors" ceremony in New York. Here is a complete list of winners.......

-- Peyton Manning continued his assault on the NFL record books at Saturday's "NFL Honors," as the Denver Broncos quarterback won his fifth Most Valuable Player award -- the most of any player in NFL history.

-- Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman was awarded the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year at Saturday's "NFL Honors" show for his humanitarian contributions off the field.

-- Luke Kuechly didn't wait long to reach the apex of individual accolades for a defender. The young Carolina Panthers linebacker was selected the 2013 AP Defensive Player of the Year at "NFL Honors."

-- Carolina Panthers' Ron Rivera wins Coach of the Year, Ron Rivera turned around the Carolina Panthers in 2013, leading the team to its first playoff appearance since 2008. He not only was rewarded with a contract extension, but now Coach of the Year honors.

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