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No. 1 Duke 80, No. 13 Florida State 78

TALLAHASSE­E, Fla. — Cam Red­dish hit a 3-pointer with 0.8 sec­onds left to lead No. 1 Duke past No. 13 Florida State 80-78 on Satur­day.

Red­dish caught the ball on the wing off the in­bounds pass and made a wide open 3-pointer to en­sure Duke (14-1, 3-0 ACC) would win its ninth straight game. He fin­ished with 23 points on 9-of15 shoot­ing.

No. 3 Ten­nessee 78, Florida 67

GAINESVILL­E, Fla. — Grant Wil­liams scored 20 points, Jor­dan Bowden added 17 off the bench and No. 3 Ten­nessee ral­lied to beat Florida for its 10th con­sec­u­tive vic­tory.

Ad­mi­ral Schofield, who sat out much of the se­cond half with four fouls, pro­vided the big­gest bucket with a 3-pointer from the cor­ner with 41.3 sec­onds re­main­ing. Jalen Hud­son mis­fired on the other end, and the Gators were forced to foul in the wan­ing sec­onds. Schofield’s shot came af­ter Wil­liams ap­peared to get away with a travel in the lane.

No. 4 Vir­ginia 63, Clem­son 43

CLEM­SON, S.C. — Kyle Guy had 13 points, De’an­dre Hunter scored 12 and No. 4 Vir­ginia im­proved to 15-0.

No. 5 Gon­zaga at San Fran­cisco, late No. 7 Kansas 73, Bay­lor 68

WACO, Texas — Lager­ald Vick scored 18 points with six 3-point­ers on his 22nd birth­day and No. 7 Kansas held on to beat Bay­lor.

Vick hit two of his 3s in an 11-3 run in the fi­nal 1:44 of the first half for the Jay­hawks (14-2, 3-1 Big 12) to put them up by 10. Kansas then held a dou­ble-digit lead for most of the se­cond half un­til the Bears (9-6, 1-2) had eight con­sec­u­tive points in the fi­nal minute.

No. 8 Texas Tech 68, Texas, 62

AUSTIN, Texas — Matt Mooney scored 22 points to lead No. 8 Texas Tech over Texas for the Red Raiders’ first win in Austin since 1996.

Jor­dan Cul­ver scored 14 points and had seven as­sists for Texas Tech (15-1, 4-0 Big 12), whose last win in Austin came when both schools were in the old South­west Con­fer­ence.

No. 10 Ne­vada 74, Fresno State 64

FRESNO — Caleb Mar­tin scored 27 points, in­clud­ing two free throws with 54.6 sec­onds re­main­ing, and No. 10 Ne­vada held on to beat Fresno State.

Mar­tin also added nine re­bounds, and Jor­dan Caro­line had 19 points and 16 re­bounds for the Wolf­pack (16-1, 3-1 Moun­tain West), who have won two straight since los­ing at un­ranked New Mex­ico on Jan. 5.

No. 11 Auburn 93, Ge­or­gia 78

AUBURN, Ala. — Jared Harper had 22 points and seven as­sists while he and No. 11 Auburn re­bounded from a rough night to beat Ge­or­gia.

Harper and the Tigers (12-3, 1-1 South­east­ern Con­fer­ence) looked sharper at home than in an 82-67 loss at Mis­sis­sippi, but still strug­gled to put away a team that was blown away by No. 3 Ten­nessee a week ago.

Louisville 83, No. 12 North Carolina 62

Roy Wil­liams suf­fered his worst home loss in 16 sea­sons with North Carolina as Louisville stunned the 12th-ranked Tar Heels.

Con­necti­cut trans­fer Steven Enoch had sea­son highs of 17 points and 11 re­bounds to lead the Cardinals. Dwayne Sut­ton added 17 points and 10 re­bounds while flirt­ing with at triple-dou­ble, and Louisville (11-5, 2-1 At­lantic Coast Con­fer­ence) bounced back from a frus­trat­ing loss to long-strug­gling Pitts­burgh.

Mis­sis­sippi 81, No. 14 Mis­sis­sippi State 77

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Blake Hin­son scored a ca­reer-high 26 points, Breein Tyree added 19 and Mis­sis­sippi ral­lied past No. 14 Mis­sis­sippi State.

Ole Miss (13-2, 3-0 South­east­ern Con­fer­ence) won its 10th straight game, con­tin­u­ing its sur­pris­ing run of great bas­ket­ball un­der first-year coach Ker­mit Davis.

No. 15 N.C. State 86, Pitts­burgh 80

RALEIGH, N.C. — DJ Fun­der­burk scored 12 of his 18 points in the se­cond half and No. 15 North Carolina State beat Pitts­burgh. Devon Daniels scored 19 points, Eric Lock­ett added 12 of his 17 points af­ter half­time, and Torin Dorn fin­ished with 12 for the Wolf­pack (14-2, 2-1 At­lantic Coast Con­fer­ence).

Iowa 72, No. 16 Ohio State 62

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Luka Garza scored 16 points, Tyler Cook had 15 points with eight re­bounds and Iowa rolled past No. 16 Ohio State, hand­ing the Buck­eyes their third straight loss.

No. 17 Hous­ton 79, Wi­chita State 70

HOUS­TON — Corey Davis

Jr. had 20 points, Ar­moni Brooks added 14 and No. 17 Hous­ton re­bounded from its first loss of the sea­son to beat Wi­chita State.

Davis and Brooks com­bined to hit eight 3-point­ers — seven in the se­cond half — and the Cougars (16-1, 3-1 Amer­i­can) over­came a five-point half­time deficit for their 29th straight home vic­tory. De­jon Jar­reau had 13 points, and Fabian White Jr. added 12.

No. 18 Ken­tucky 56, Van­der­bilt 47

LEX­ING­TON, Ky. — Ashton Ha­gans and Kel­don John­son each scored 15 points and com­bined to rally No. 18 Ken­tucky from an­other slow start.

Perime­ter shoot­ing pro­pelled the Com­modores to a 16-5 lead and 30-28 edge at the break. John­son and Ha­gans then com­bined to score the first seven points of the se­cond half for the Wild­cats’ first lead at 35-30.

No. 19 Buf­falo 88, Miami (Ohio) 64

AMHERST, N.Y. — Jeremy Har­ris scored 17 points and No. 19 Buf­falo shook off a cold-shoot­ing start to cruise past Miami (Ohio).

Kansas State 58, No. 20 Iowa State 57

AMES, Iowa — Barry Brown hit a layup with four sec­onds left and Kansas State stunned No. 20 Iowa State, hand­ing the Cy­clones their se­cond straight loss. Brown had 23 points to lead the Wild­cats (12-4, 2-2 Big 12), who closed the game on a 10-2 run for their first road win of the year.

No. 21 Mar­quette 70, Se­ton Hall 66

MIL­WAU­KEE — Markus Howard scored 26 points, Sacar Anim had 14 and No. 21 Mar­quette staved off a se­cond-half rally to beat Se­ton Hall.

No. 23 Ok­la­homa 76, No. 25 TCU 74

NOR­MAN, Okla. — Kris­tian Doolit­tle hit a run­ner with less than three sec­onds left, lift­ing No. 23 Ok­la­homa over No. 25 TCU.

Depaul 79, No. 24 St. John’s 71

NEW YORK — Femi Olu­jobi had 27 points and eight re­bounds in his New York home­com­ing and Depaul pulled away from No. 24 St. John’s, beat­ing the short-handed Red Storm for its first win over a ranked team in al­most three years.

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