Most appealing game (according to FanMatchTM): Saint Joseph’s vs. Notre Dame [64 poss]. I’m not sure about the cause-and-effect, but the game turned when the Hawks’ Langston Galloway lost a tooth in a collision with Jerian Grant at the 5:00 mark. Saint Joe’s was down six at the time but fought back to force overtime and pulled away for 79-70 win.

Major upsets (<15% win probability): Hofstra (13%) took down South Dakota State 66-63 [59]. This came after consecutive 29-point losses to Monmouth and Purdue. It wasn’t a particularly good look for the Jackrabbit defense, as Hofstra put up 1.11 PPP after scoring just 0.76 PPP in its first two games.

Crazy comebacks (<3% win probability): None discovered at press time.

Unbeatens remaining: 103 (18 fewer than yesterday). Sacramento State moved to 3-0 for the first time since the 1999-2000 season with a 74-71 [67] win at Utah. The Hornets trailed by as many as 13 in the second half. In 21 previous D-I seasons, Sac State has never recorded a winning season, but the latest projections indicate there’s a good chance of that changing this season.

Winless teams remaining: 55 (11 fewer than yesterday). Binghamton won two games last season and so far this season they’re 0-for-4 after an 85-76 [66] loss to Army. The good news for the Bearcats is that they wisely put a non-D-I on the schedule, so they may be able to improve on last season, yet.

Other notable events: Our first triple overtime games of the season were played last night. IPFW beat Texas Pan American 97-94 [101] and Arkansas State beat Tennessee Martin 77-73 [80].

Today’s top game: FanMatch is sending you back to the Barclays Center for the title game of Coaches vs. Cancer, featuring a suddenly offensive-minded Florida State and Saint Joseph’s. Can FanMatch extend its streak of OT games to three?