Daily Press (Sunday)

Iowa State stays unbeaten at home, knocks off Kansas

- Wire reports

Tre King had 21 points and nine rebounds Saturday as No. 23 Iowa State knocked off No. 7 Kansas 79-75. Iowa State improved to 13-0 at home this season while enhancing its status as a Big 12 contender.

Keshon Gilbert scored 16 points for the Cyclones, and reserve Curtis Jones had 15 points. Hunter Dickinson led Kansas (16-4, 4-3 Big 12) with 20 points and 15 rebounds. Kevin McCullar Jr. had 16 points on 5-for-18 shooting, and Johnny Furphy finished with 15.

A 3-pointer and a layup by Tamin Lipsey helped Iowa State (16-4, 5-2) seize control early in the second half.

No. 4 Houston 74, Kansas State 52:

Jamal Shead scored 17 points, J’Wan Roberts added 14 points and six rebounds and host Houston (18-2, 5-2 Big 12) beat Kansas State (14-6, 4-3) to extend its winning streak to four games.

Roberts and Emanuel Sharp each scored nine points in the first half as Houston built a 41-21 halftime lead.

Cam Carter scored 16 points and Arthur Kaluma and Dai Dai Ames each added 11 for K-State.

Mississipp­i State 64, No. 8 Auburn 58:

Josh Hubbard scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half and Cameron Matthews had 14 points and 11 rebounds as Mississipp­i State (14-6, 3-4 SEC) beat Auburn (16-4, 5-2) at home.

DJ Jeffries made 3 of 4 free throws in the final 11 seconds and grabbed 12 rebounds to help seal the win for Mississipp­i State. Shakeel Moore scored 12 points and Tolu Smith added nine points and eight rebounds.

Johni Broome scored 14 points and Jaylin Williams added 10 to lead Auburn.

No. 10 Illinois 70, Indiana 62:

Terrence Shannon Jr. made six free throws in the final two minutes to help Illinois (15-5, 6-3 Big Ten) survive a scare from Indiana (12-8, 4-5) in Champaign.

Indiana tied the game at 62 with 1:29 left on a basket by Mackenzie Mgbako, but Illinois scored eight straight points to pull out the victory.

Marcus Domask led the Illini with 16 points and 10 rebounds.

No. 14 Marquette 75, Seton Hall 57:

Oso Ighodaro scored 21 points, David Joplin added 20 in Milwaukee and the Golden Eagles (15-5, 6-3 Big East) gained their fourth consecutiv­e win. Seton Hall (13-8, 6-4) suffered its third straight loss.

An unspecifie­d injury caused Seton Hall to play a second straight game without top scorer Kadary Richmond. Marquette’s Kam Jones played just five minutes due to an ankle issue and scored three points.

Jameer Nelson Jr. scored a season-high 30 points, including the go-ahead shot with 10 seconds left in the third overtime, for the Horned

TCU 105, Baylor 102, 3 OTs:

Frogs (15-5, 4-3 Big 12) in Waco, Texas. Baylor freshman Ja’Kobe Walker hit a tying 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds left in the first overtime, but the Bears (14-5, 3-3) lost for the first time in four games at new Foster Pavilion. Freshman Yves Missi scored a season-high 25 points, and RayJ Dennis had 24 points and 10 assists in the first three-OT game for the Bears since a 116-111 victory in five overtimes at Texas A&M on Jan. 23, 2008. Emanuel Miller scored 21 points for TCU.

No. 18 Utah State 90, Boise State 84, OT:

Darius Brown II scored 19 points, Ian Martinez had 18 and the Aggies (18-2, 6-1 Mountain West) won in overtime in Idaho. Tyson Degenhart scored 24 for the Broncos (14-6, 5-2).

Great Osobor had 14 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists for Utah State, and Josh Uduje had 18 points on perfect shooting from the field.

The Aggies trailed 75-72 with 1:05 left in regulation, but Uduje made a jumper with 10 seconds to go. After O’Mar Stanley went 1 for 2 at the line for Boise State, Martinez converted a tying layup with 1.3 seconds left. Utah State then went 10 for 11 at the line in overtime.

Wyoming 79, No. 24 Colorado State 76, OT:

Mason Walters scored at the buzzer to force overtime and Akuel Kot completed a four-point play in the final minute of the extra period, leading Wyoming to a home victory.

Sam Griffin scored 24 points to lead the Cowboys (11-9, 4-3 Mountain West), who trailed by 11 points with 1:11 remaining in regulation. Isaiah Stevens finished with 17 points and nine assists for CSU (15-5, 3-4).

No. 20 Texas Tech 85, No. 11 Oklahoma 84:

Chance McMillian scored 27 points to help visiting Texas Tech (16-3, 5-1) beat Oklahoma (15-5, 3-4) and solidify the

Red Raiders’ hold on first place in the Big 12.

Pop Isaacs had 18 points, including 13 in the second half when the Red Raiders overcame a ninepoint deficit.

Rivaldo Soares led the Sooners with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Noah Waterman and Jaxson Robinson scored 17 points apiece to lead Brigham Young (15-5, 3-4 Big 12) past the Longhorns (14-6, 3-4) in Provo, Utah. The Cougars led throughout the second half.

Fousseyni Traore had 16 points, six rebounds and two blocks to help BYU snap a two-game losing streak. BYU shot 64% from the field and outscored Texas 40-26 in the paint. Dylan Disu led the Longhorns with 19 points.

No. 24 Colorado St. (15-4) at Wyoming (10-9), 4 p.m.

No. 21 BYU 84, Texas 72:

Providence 84, Georgetown 76:

Devin Carter scored 11 of his 29 points in the last two minutes for the Friars (14-6, 5-4 Big East) against the Hoyas (8-12, 1-8). Carter scored seven in a row as Providence came from behind to give its former coach, Ed Cooley, a hostile welcome back in his first year guiding Georgetown. Cooley was cursed at and mocked from his first arrival on the court.

Josh Oduro scored 22 points for the Friars, who won their third game in a row under new coach Kim English, who also guided Oduro with George Mason. Former King’s Fork High star Jayden Epps scored 26 for Georgetown.

Late Friday

No. 13 Wisconsin 81, Michigan State 66: A.J. Storr scored 28 points, Steven Crowl added 15 and the Big Ten-leading Badgers (16-4, 8-1) gained their 10th victory in their last 11 games. A.J. Hoggard scored 19 points and Malik Hall added 13 for visiting Michigan State (12-8, 4-5).

 ?? MATTHEW PUTNEY/AP ?? Iowa State forward Hason Ward, right, deflects a shot by Kansas guard Dajuan Harris Jr. as Iowa State forward Tre King closes in on Saturday in Ames, Iowa.
MATTHEW PUTNEY/AP Iowa State forward Hason Ward, right, deflects a shot by Kansas guard Dajuan Harris Jr. as Iowa State forward Tre King closes in on Saturday in Ames, Iowa.

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