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The American Athletic Conference still stands as the only league in the country to have three teams with one loss or less and the Knights still sit undefeated, reaching 10-0 and looking ahead to this weekend's War on I-4 which has the USF Bulls visiting Orlando for the biggest game in the state of Florida.

A career-high 27 points from senior guard Svi Mykhailiuk and an additional 22 from junior guard Lagerald Vick helped lead the hot-shooting No. 4/3 Kansas Jayhawks past the South Dakota State Jackrabbits, 98-64, Friday night inside Allen Fieldhouse. For the second time in its first three outings of the season, KU shot above 60 percent from the field and connected on more than 12 3-pointers to dispatch of the Summit League favorites.

Three games in to the season, Central Michigan men's basketball coach Keno Davis has seen enough from his team to believe that the Chippewas have the potential to be very good.

Behind four Bulldogs scoring at least 16 points, host Butler sprinted by Furman, 82-65, Saturday afternoon at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The game was an early-round, on-campus match-up as part of the PK80: Phil Knight Invitational, which continues next week in Portland, Ore.

Bradley's JoJo McGlaston made three free throws with 0.4 seconds remaining after being fouled on a desperation 3-pointer on what appeared to be the game's final possession to give Bradley a 71-69 win over UTSA Saturday morning at the Island of the Bahamas Showcase.