There were eight losses for six top-10 teams. No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 all went down. A total of 14 schools in the Top 25 had at least one loss.
All in one wild week for college basketball.
''It's a crazy season, man,'' Illinois forward Tyler Griffey said. ''It is a crazy, crazy season.''
Six Top 25 teams lost on Saturday alone, including two of the top five. When the next Associated Press poll comes out Monday, it very well could have a new No. 1 for the sixth straight week, marking the second-longest such streak since the first rankings in 1949.
March Madness is weeks away, but February Frenzy is already in full swing.
Fourth-ranked Duke overcame early and late deficits to beat Boston College 62-61 on Sunday night, but seventh-ranked Arizona lost 77-69 to California and Illinois made 11 3-pointers in a 57-53 victory at No. 18 Minnesota.
''Nothing about today was easy,'' Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski said. ''These are games anybody can lose, and throughout the ...