College Basketball Scores, Standings and Highlights: Duke’s Jon Scheyer wins his debut game and TCU survives the embarrassment.

There were no major matches between the top 25 teams on college basketball opening day, but with the new season announced on Monday, there was a major storyline and some drama to follow. One of the most fascinating matchups of the night took place at the Cameron Indoor Stadium. There, No. 7 Duke faced and dealt with some adversity in his first game since the retirement of legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski. The Blue Devils started slowly from the top. There were two freshmen, but they eventually cruised through a 71-44 win over Jacksonville in Jon Scheyer’s managerial debut. With 2nd overall prospect Derek Lively and 3rd overall overall prospect Darike Whitehead missing due to injuries, he was first-year Mark Mitchell, who overtook Duke with 18 points. In the Final Four Squad last season, the program’s lone return rotation, junior point guard Jeremy Roach, added 16 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists, while freshman Kyle Filipowski contributed 10 points, 12 rebounds and 2 blocks. Mitchell and Filipowski were each five star prospects, taking on the roles while fellow freshman Tyrese Proctor struggled in his debut. Atlantic Sun, however, the Blue Devils finished the first half 14-2 with 16 controls and never looked back. Fellow Blue Blood No. 4 Kentucky and No. 16 Villanova also overcame the absence of a key player and recorded a double-digit win on the opening day. The Wildcats beat Howard 95-63 along with National Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe, veteran point guard Sahvir Wheeler and sophomore rotation Daimion Collins. Villanova cruised 81-68 over La Salle in Kyle Neptune’s debut, despite the absence of key freshman Cam Whitmore and veteran Justin Moore who is expected to miss the first few weeks of the season. opening night. The 14th TCU trailed Arkansas-Pine Bluff 11 at halftime and regrouped after enduring buzzer-beater attempts to win 73-72 over SWAC’s foes, who had only 7 wins last season. The Horned Frogs averted disaster, but nevertheless, their performance in the subprogram, which has only been 15-71 over the last three seasons, has been a problem. 9 Creighton will also start the second season at the Division I level at the St. They struggled in an amazing way before winning the Thomas program 72-60 and finishing 16-3. The Blue Jays made only eight of their 34 three-point attempts, but South Dakota State transfer Baylor Scheierman received a pair of clutches from outside and triggered it in the second half. Stetson defeated Florida State University 83-74 as Hatters lost 18 straight to the Seminoles. FSU haven’t lost to Stetson at home since 1953. In another comeback, Sam Houston’s sophomore Lamar Wilkerson scored the fifth three-pointer of the game with four seconds left, giving the Bearkats a 52-51 victory. Oklahoma. College Basketball Scores, Schedule Number 5 Baylor 117, Mississippi Valley State 53 — Summary Number. 4 Kentucky 95, Howard 63 — Summary No. 22 Michigan 75, PFW 66 — RecapNo. 16 Villanova 81, La Salle 68 — Summary No. 7 Duke 71, Jacksonville 44 — Summary No. 13 Indiana 88, Morehead State 53 — Summary No. 11 Tennessee 75, Tennessee Tech 43 — Summary No. 15 Auburn 70, George Mason 52 — abbreviated number. 3 Houston 83, Northern Colorado 36 — abbreviated number. 10 Arkansas 76, North Dakota State 58 — RecapMemphis 76, Vanderbilt 67 — RecapNo.5 Kansas 89, Omaha 64 — RecapNo. 9 Creighton 72, St. Thomas 60 — abbreviated number. 1 North Carolina 69, UNC-Wilmington 56 — RecapNo. 2 Gonzaga 104, North Florida 63 — Summary number. 12 Texas 72, UTEP 57 — Summary Check out the full scoreboard.
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