Men's College Basketball
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              ***** Top-25 College Basketball Game Capsules *****
                               (Sunday, March 1)
                Final Score: (5) Wisconsin 68, Michigan State 61
 Madison,  WI  ( -  Frank Kaminsky  was sensational on Senior
 Day, scoring a season-high 31 points to help No. 5 Wisconsin secure a share of
 the  Big Ten  regular-season  title  with a  68-61  win  over Michigan  State.
 Kaminsky added eight rebounds, three assists and three blocks in his last game
 at  the Kohl Center  on Sunday. The Badgers (26-3, 14-2 Big Ten) honored their
 senior class which included Traevon Jackson, Josh Gasser and Kaminsky prior to
 tipoff. Nigel Hayes had 14 points for Wisconsin, which clinched a share of its
 first  Big  Ten championship since  2008. The Badgers rebounded from Tuesday's
 59-53  loss at No. 14 Maryland that snapped their 10-game winning streak. Bryn
 Forbes  made all five  of his 3-point attempts and finished with 21 points for
 the  Spartans (19-10,  10-6), who have dropped  two straight on the heels of a
 four-game winning streak.
                    Final Score: Connecticut 81, (21) SMU 73
 Hartford,  CT (  -  Rodney Purvis  scored  a career-high  28
 points  on 9-of-16 shooting as Connecticut posted an 81-73 win over No. 21 SMU
 on  Sunday.  Ryan Boatright  had 23  points and Daniel  Hamilton added 16 with
 seven  rebounds for the Huskies (17-11, 10-6 AAC), who have won three straight
 games.  Markus Kennedy  led SMU (23-6, 14-3) with 18 points and nine rebounds.
 Yanick  Moreira scored 12 of his 14 points in the first half for the Mustangs,
 who  were  looking to  match a  school record with  an eighth consecutive road
 victory.  SMU, which  had won five straight overall, will battle Tulsa at home
 next Sunday for the American Athletic Conference regular-season title.
                 Final Score: (25) Providence 77, Marquette 66
 Providence,  RI (  - LaDontae  Henton had  25 points  and 15
 rebounds and No. 25 Providence rolled to a 77-66 win over Marquette on Sunday.
 Kris  Dunn  scored 16 points and  Tyler Harris added  13 off the bench for the
 Friars  (20-9,  10-6 Big  East), who  were coming off  an 89-61  loss to No. 6
 Villanova  on Tuesday,  a day after entering the Associated Press rankings for
 the first time this season. Duane Wilson scored 22 points and Matt Carlino had
 21  for the Golden Eagles (11-17, 3-13), who have lost five games in a row and
 11 of their last 12.
 03/01 18:48:11 ET

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