This weekend was rough for most of the top 10 schools in the country. Number two seeded Texas fell to un-ranked Nebraska. The third-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes lost their second game of the season to 11th-ranked Purdue by 13 points. Fourth-ranked Pitt lost a nail-biter to St. John’s, and Notre Dame was manhandled by by West Virginia. Despite all the upsets, there were still a couple teams able to keep their winning ways in tact. San Diego State set a school record with their 27th consecutive victory, a win that will likely catapult them into the top five in next week’s polls.
As far as footwear, the Arizona Wildcats were the standouts this week. The team has been scattered with impressive Retro models all season, but in their win over the Washington Huskies the team seemed to bring out their best. This week’s NCAA Watch spotted Jordan Retro shoes like the Cool Grey 11 and the “Oreo” Jordan Retro 6. The surprise of the weekend came from guard Jordin Mayes, who took it back to 2005 with the Jordan Retro 10 Linen colorway.
Aaron Croft of Purdue seems to be in need of some new Taxi Jordan Retro 12s.
Some of the Baylor team decided to go All-Star style with the adidas adiPURE.
Corey Fisher of Villanova wearing the Nike Zoom Kobe VI.
Tony Mitchell gets a little personal with a charging foul wearing the Nike Air Max Fly By.
Kenny Boynton still going strong in the Jordan Retro 11 Cool Grey.
Brandon Richardson & Toney McCray led Nebraska past Texas in the adidas adiPURE.
Jon Diebler shots a jumper in the Nike Air Max Fly By.
Jordin Mayes of Arizona wearing the Jordan Retro 10 Linens.
C.J. Wilcox in the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse and Kyle Fogg in the Jordan Retro 6.
Derrick Williams of Arizona broke out the recently released Nike Air Foamposite.
Brendon Lavender goes after a loose ball in the Jordan Retro 11 Cool Grey.