Throughout the season, Heat Check CBB is providing daily coverage of college basketball scores, schedule, bracketology, highlights, best bets and much more.

After Friday’s late-night stunner between UCLA and Villanova, the show rolls on with a loaded Saturday slate.

For the second night in a row, we’ll see a top-5 battle on the West Coast, this time featuring Texas and Gonzaga. More on that and everything else you need to know below.

DPI Forecast: Predictions for every game
Rauf Report: Duke’s defense, OSU’s red flag, more
Mid-Major Top 25 rankings: Ohio climbs

College basketball scores, schedule

Top 25 matchups. All times Eastern.

Friday’s Top 25 scoresSaturday’s Top 25 schedule
No. 2 UCLA 86, No. 4 Villanova 77 (OT)Coppin State at No. 24 UConn (Noon; FS2)
No. 3 Kansas 88, Tarleton 62Vermont at No. 21 Maryland (2 p.m.)
No. 7 Purdue 92, Indiana State 67Gardner-Webb at No. 16 Arkansas (3 p.m.; ESPN+)
No. 8 Baylor 87, Incarnate Word 60NC Central at No. 12 Memphis (7 p.m.; ESPN+)
No. 9 Duke 82, Army 56Prairie View at No. 6 Michigan (8 p.m.; BTN)
No. 10 Kentucky 100, Robert Morris 60Campbell at No. 9 Duke (8 p.m.; ESPN+)
No. 11 Illinois 92, Arkansas State 53No. 5 Texas at No. 1 Gonzaga (10:30 p.m.; ESPN2)
No. 13 Oregon 86, SMU 63
No. 14 Alabama 104, South Dakota State 88
No. 15 Houston 79, Rice 46
No. 17 Ohio State 84, Niagara 74
No. 19 North Carolina 94, Brown 87
No. 22 Auburn 93, UL Monroe 65
No. 25 Virginia 73, Radford 52

Friday’s college basketball highlights

Friday’s Disaster Index

Green Bay‘s offense was dreadful Friday night against Wisconsin, managing to put just 34 points on the board in 40 minutes of action. The Phoenix were 12-of-51 from the field including 3-of-16 from deep, turning it over 13 times.

No Green Bay player converted more than two field-goal attempts and Cem Kirciman and Tutu Majok were the team’s leading scorers with five points apiece. The program’s worst single-game efficiency mark of the KenPom era (2002-present) entering Friday was 0.641. The record was shattered and then some against Wisconsin with a dubious 0.544 showing.

Saturday’s Bracketology Watch

Latest bracketology

Davidson vs. San Francisco has no shortage of at-large implications. Both teams are plenty capable of competing for a tournament berth thanks to stellar backcourts, and this matchup is certain to fall in at least Quad-2 or possibly Quad-1 by Selection Sunday. Notching a quality win this early would be a pivotal step in the bracketology mix.

Saturday’s college basketball TV schedule

DPI Forecast: Predictions for every game

Saturday’s college basketball best bets

Betting odds courtesy of FanDuel.

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Iona vs. Harvard (1 p.m. ET; ESPN3)
MONEYLINE; -490: Rick Pitino’s Iona crew took down a formidable App State team in its opener and will now look to notch a quality Ivy wn.

UCF at Miami FL (1 p.m. ET; ESPN+)
SPREAD; +2.5: Miami will be a one-man show this season with Isaiah Wong but the rest of the supporting cast has questions. UCF has more talent on the floor.

Ohio at Cleveland State (7 p.m. ET; ESPN+)
SPREAD; -1.5: Ohio is a mid-major to watch, led by budding star Mark Sears. The Bobcats took out a quality opponent in Belmont on opening night.

Gonzaga vs. Texas (10:30 p.m. ET; ESPN2)
MONEYLINE; -360: The matchup of the day, and one Gonzaga can handle. It could take some time for Texas’ newcomers to get comfortable while the Bulldogs present some mismatches from the jump.