The calendar still reads February but this weekend's slate of games screams March Madness. On Saturday, seven of the Top 10 teams all lost, including No. 1-6, for the first time in NCAA history. Two of those losses came to SEC teams.

The No. 3 Auburn Tigers lost to No. 17 Tennessee Volunteers 67-62, putting the Tigers at 25-4 on the season, and 13-3 in conference play. Auburn had its largest lead (11) with 16 minutes to go in the game; then, Tennessee went on an 11-0 run to tie it up. The Tigers led 41-39 with about 10 minutes to go in the game, but the Vols ran away with it. Tennessee sits at 21-7 on the season, and 12-4 in conference play.

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The No. 6 Kentucky Wildcats lost to No. 18 Arkansas Razorbacks 75-73. Kentucky led 70-69 with 2:21 left in the game, but beat themselves down the stretch with four missed shot attempts and two turnovers. The Wildcats and Razorbacks both sit at 23-6 on the season, and 12-4 in conference play.

The other teams who lost on Saturday as well were: No. 1 Gonzaga lost to No. 23 Saint Mary's, 67-57; No. 2 Arizona lost to Colorado, 79-63; No. 4 Purdue lost to Michigan State, 68-65; No. 5 Kansas lost to No. 10 Baylor, 80-70; and No. 9 Texas Tech lost to TCU, 69-66. Every team that won was the home team.

The only away win was by No. 7 Duke, who beat Syracuse 97-72. The rest of the Top 25 teams that played Saturday won as well.

The Alabama men's basketball team is 3-4 this season against the teams involved in upset weekend. The wins come against: Arkansas, Gonzaga, and Tennessee, while the losses are double from Auburn and Kentucky.

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