1. Defense and a late Marshall Henderson surge helped Ole Miss beat Wisconsin 57-46.
2. Ole Miss forward Reginald Buckner’s line: Nine points, 12 rebounds and five blocks. “It was one of my best.”
3. Henderson got into a twitter battle with a fake Ryan Harrow account.
4. Florida’s defense smothered Northwestern State in the second half of a 79-47 win.
5. Friday was a day of upsets, but not in Austin. The Gators avoided any potential embarrassment.
6. Florida will meet Minnesota and former SEC coach Tubby Smith on Sunday.
7. Alabama coach Anthony Grant saluted Mal Moore and welcomed new athletic director Bill Battle.
8. Andrew Steele’s season is officially over. He had ankle surgery on Wednesday.
9. What happened to college basketball in Louisiana? Jeff Duncan examines.
10. Harvey Updyke – the Toomers Oaks poisoner – was sentenced to three years in prison on Friday.
11. Radio host Paul Finebaum on Updyke: “For everyone’s sake, I’m just glad this is finally over.”
12. Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison is filling a leadership role for the Gators.
13. Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com was in Knoxville to write about Butch Jones’ challenge at Tennessee.
14. Take a look at Alabama’s defensive backs in the Crimson Tide’s latest practice.
15. Running back Brandon Williams will be the next breakout star for Texas A&M, writes Barrett Sallee.
16. Nose tackle John Jenkins weighed 370 pounds when he played for Georgia last season.
17. Linebacker Avery Williamson is working to learn another defense at Kentucky.
18. Kentucky fans seem excited about football as they continue to buy spring game tickets.
19. Former Vanderbilt QB Jordan Rodgers has tried to show NFL teams he can throw the ball downfield.
20. Sophomore Evan Boehm’s move to center is close to being permanent for Missouri.
21. Western Kentucky almost made history Friday night but fell to No. 1 seed Kansas.
22. The Big East has two teams remaining in the NCAA tournament, only one more than the SEC.
23. Interesting story in the L.A. Times on UCLA star Shabazz Muhammad. Read how Muhammad’s father turned him into a star.