Here's a list of games that didn't quite make the top 10 cut, but were still worth mentioning in their own right.
Rhode Island at George Mason, Nov. 11th
C'mon, you know I had to at least mention George Mason on this list.
Opening day for the Patriots started off with a bang, with their 92-90 overtime victory over the Rhode Island Rams. Jamal Wilson's 38 points just weren't enough to overcome Ryan Pearson's double-double in a close, back-and-forth game.
Key plays were Jonathan Holton's clutch three-pointer at the end of regulation to tie the game and Orion Outerbridge's three-point attempt at the buzzer that clanged off the back rim to secure the Patriots' victory.
Illinois at Missouri, Dec. 22nd
This game just took place last night and featured two Top 25 teams in what was a very entertaining "Braggin' Rights" game.
Missouri jumped out to a 13-point lead, but allowed Illinois to come all the way back, eventually taking a two-point lead with two minutes to go after three free throws from D.J. Richardson.
But with the game tied at 70 with only 1:30 to go in the game, Kim English got a steal, hit his layup and the ensuing free throw to give Missouri the lead for good and keep their perfect record intact.
Charleston at Louisville, Dec. 20th
Charleston did everything in its power to try to steal a win from Louisville in the KFC Yum! Center, but it would not be enough thanks to Kyle Kuric.
Charleston led for most of the game, and actually had a 60-59 lead with 3:12 to go before Kuric's floater in the paint connected, sparking a 7-0 run over the next 70 seconds to give Louisville the lead and the win, 69-62.
Davidson vs. Kansas, Dec. 19th
In 2008, Davidson quite nearly pulled off an upset of Kansas to crash the Final Four.
In 2011, Davidson finally got its long-awaited revenge, stunning the No. 11 Jayhawks 80-74 in the Sprint Center, powered by Nik Cochran's 21 points.
The game was tight throughout the entire second half, with Cochran's three-pointer with 1:21 remaining giving the Wildcats a six-point lead that Kansas could not overcome.
Murray State vs. Southern Miss, Nov. 27th
The Murray State Racers have been the surprise of this year's season, jumping out to a 13-0 start and a No. 22 national ranking.
However, none of this would have been possible if they didn't escape the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout with a double-overtime win over Southern Mississippi.
Murray State seemed to have everything under control with a 12-point halftime lead, but watched it all melt away, concluding with Rashard McGill's free throws to send the game to overtime.
Luckily for the Racers, Isaiah Canaan's seven points in the second overtime powered them to a hard-fought, nailbiting victory.