1 Duke (29-2)

Beat Clemson 66-64. William Avery put back his own miss with 0.3 seconds to play to lift the Blue Devils past the Tigers and set up a showdown with North Carolina for the ACC crown. Roshown McLeod scored 17 and Trajan Langdon added 15 for Duke. Clemson, 18-13 awaits word from the NCAA whether or not their bubble was popped with the loss. Next: vs. No. 4 North Carolina, Sunday.

2 Arizona (27-4)

Beat No. 19 UCLA 91-87. Michael Dickerson scored 30 points - two off his career high - as Arizona avoided its second straight upset loss. Dick-er-son scored 22 of his points in the second half as the Wildcats bounced back from being upset at USC Thursday. Next: regular season over.

3 Kansas (33-3)

Beat Nebraska 91-59. Raef LaFrentz had 19 points and 10 rebounds while passing the 2,000 career point mark as the Jayhawks cruised to any easy win over the Huskers. Next: vs. Texas or Oklahoma, Sunday.

4 North Carolina (29-3)

Beat No. 21 Maryland 83-73, OT. Shammond Wil-liams hit a pair of free thows to send the game to overtime and then scored 10 in the extra period to lift the Tar Heels into another ACC title game. Williams was fouled by Laron Profit on a desperation three-pointer and hit 2-of-3 free throws on route to a 25-point game. Next: vs. No. 1 Duke or Clemson, Sunday.

5 Utah (25-3)

Did not play. Next: regular season over.

6 Connecticut (29-4)

Beat No. 22 Syracuse. 69-64. The Huskies won the big East championship as Rashamel Jones came off the bench to score 17 points. Freshman Khalid El-Amin added 12 points and was named tournament MVP as UConn downed the Orangemen who didn't have a field goal during the final 8:28 of the game. Next: regular season over.

7 Kentucky (28-4)

Beat No. 16 Arkansas 99-74. The Wildcats slaughtered the Hogs by shooting 63-percent in the first half in building a 58-33 halftime lead before coasting into the SEC title game. Next: vs. No. 15 South Carolina, Sunday.

8 Princeton (26-1)

Did not play. Next: regular season over.

9 Purdue (26-6)

Beat No. 18 Illinois 68-47. Brad Miller scored 19 points and led a defense that held Illinois to 36 percent shooting as Purdue advanced to the Big Ten title game by beating Illinois for the third time this season. Next: vs. No. 17 Michigan, Sunday.

10 Mississippi (22-6)

Lost to No. 15 South Carolina 87-77. BJ McKie scored 37 points and Melvin Watson added 27 as South Carolina's backcourt duo led the Gamecocks into the Southeastern Conference championship game for the first time. Next: regular season over.

11 Stanford (25-4)

Played Oregon State late. Next: regular season over.

12 Michigan State (20-7)

Did not play. Next: regular season over.

13 Texas Christian (27-5)

Did not play. Next: regular season over.

14 Cincinnati (26-5)

Beat North Carolina Charlotte 71-57. Kenyon Martin had five points and a block in a decisive second-half run that carried the Bearcats past the 49ers. Cincinnati won its sixth C-USA title in seven years. Next: regular season over.

15 South Carolina (23-6)

Beat No. 10 Mississippi 87-77. See above. Next: vs. No. 7 Kentucky, Sunday.

16 Arkansas (23-8)

Lost to No. 7 Kentucky 99-74. See above. Next: regular season over.

17 Michigan (23-8)

Beat Minnesota 85-69. Louis Bullock scored 23 points and Robert "Tractor" Traylor added 18 as Michigan showed its inside-outside versatility to beat Minnesota. Next: vs. No. 9 Purdue or No. 18 Illinois, Sunday.

18 Illinois (22-9)

Lost to No. 9 Purdue 68-47. See above. Next: regular season over.

19 UCLA (22-8)

Lost to No. 2 Arizona 91-87. See above. Next: regular season over.

20 New Mexico (23-7)

Lost to UNLV 56-51. The Rebels made a return to the NCAA Tourney by winning the WAC tourney and sending the Lobos to another loss. Next: regular season over.

21 Maryland (19-10)

Lost to No. 4 North Carolina 83-73, OT. See above. Next: regular season over.

22 Syracuse (24-8)

Lost to No. 6 Connecticut 69-64. See above. Next: regular season over.

23 West Virginia (22-8)

Did not play. Next: regular season over.

24 Temple (21-8)

Did not play. Next: regular season over.

25 Oklahoma State (21-6)

Did not play. Next: regular season over.