Georgetown's D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera continues knocking down 3's for the Hoyas. Colgate's entire team is doing the same and at a national-leading clip.
Each week, CSNBaltimore.com and CSNNW.com will come together to bring you the College Hoops East/West Power Rankings. Here is this week's list.
5dVirginia Commonwealth, led by Juvonte Reddic's 18 points and 11 rebounds, ended Belmont's nation-leading 23-game home win streak 81-68 on Sunday.
5dThe Colonials held off No. 20 Creighton for a 60-53 victory that gave them third place in the Wooden Legacy on Sunday night.
5dMaryland has guaranteed its first bowl and first winning season of Randy Edsall's tenure, but does that give them the edge on the recruiting trail, too?
6dGeorge Mason's second-leading scorer last season, injured senior forwards Jonathan Arledge will miss the remainder of this season.
6dIn perhaps as tightly contested a 20-point game as you'll find, Maryland shut the door on NC State in the fourth quarter, 41-21, to officially close the book on its days in the ACC.
6dAfter a scuffling first half, the Hoyas size and speed dominated Lipscomb en route to 70-49 win.
6dGreg Whittington averaged 12.1 points last season, but has not played for the Hoyas since Jan. 8. He underwent knee surgery this summer.