© Reuters. NCAA Basketball: Texas in Kansas
Courtney Ramey scored 18 points when Texas No. 8 sizzled out of 3-point and went wire-to-wire on Saturday.
The loss was the worst Bill Self had to accept in his 18 seasons as a coach in Kansas at home. Andrew Jones scored 14 points, Matt Coleman III 13, and Jericho Sims scored 11 points, which meant 12 rebounds for the Longhorns (8-1, 2-0).
Jalen Wilson scored 14 of the Jayhawks' first 16 points in the second half but failed to blunt Texas despite 20 points. He led his team with seven rebounds. Ochai Agbaji added 11 points for Kansas (8-2, 2-1).
The win was only the second in Texas' last 15 games against Kansas. Shaka Smart improved to 2-10 in six seasons and trained the Longhorns in the series.
No. 1 Gonzaga 85, San Francisco 62
Corey Kispert scored 26 points out of 9 of 11 shots when the Bulldogs defeated the Dons for the 32nd straight at home in the West Coast Conference game in Spokane, Wash.
Joel Ayayi recorded 18 points and 10 rebounds for his third straight double-double for Bulldogs (10-0, 1-0 WCC), who beat the Dons for the 20th straight time. San Francisco hasn't won Spokane since 1989.
Andrew Nembhard added 14 points and Drew Timme added 10 points and 11 rebounds for Gonzaga, who has won his last six games averaging 29.3 points. Jamaree Bouyea scored 16 of his 18 points for the Dons in the first half (7-5, 1-1). Dzmitry Ryuny added 11 points when San Francisco dropped to 2-36 on Spokane.
No. 2 Baylor 76, Iowa State 65
Jared Butler led an even bear attack with 21 points in a win over the Cyclones in Ames, Iowa.
Davion Mitchell and MaCio Teague each added 13 points for Baylor (9-0), who went undefeated this season. Flo Thamba also scored 10 points in victory.
Iowa State (2-5) was led by Javan Johnson's 17 points. Three other Cyclones achieved double-digit results, with Solomon Young filling in with 15 points, Rasir Bolton 14 and Jalen Coleman-Lands 12.
Alabama 71, No. 7 Tennessee 63
John Petty Jr. scored 17 points to lead the Crimson Tide to a win over the Volunteers at Southeastern Conference in Knoxville, Tenn.
Herbert Jones posted 11 points and eight rebounds, and Joshua Primo also scored 11 points for the Crimson Tide (7-3, 2-0 SEC). Jahvon Quinerly contributed 12 points and five assists when Alabama won its third game in a row.
Victor Bailey Jr. had 16 points and seven rebounds and Santiago Vescovi added 13 points for Tennessee (7-1, 1-1). Keon Johnson had 12 points and eight rebounds, and Yves Pons blocked five shots for the Volunteers.
Oklahoma 75, No. 9 West Virginia 71
Umoja Gibson scored 29 points to lead the Sooners to a win over the Mountaineers in Norman, Okla.
The Sooners vanished an 18 point lead at halftime before Gibson came down the track.
After the climbers battled back, Gibson scored 11 straight points to bring Oklahoma back to the top at 60-55. West Virginia fell by the wayside with the help of some missed free throws from Oklahoma but was unable to catch up.
No. 10 Iowa 77, No. 14 Rutgers 75
Keegan Murray's late free throws helped the Hawkeyes sink the Scarlet Knights in a Big Ten Conference thriller in Piscataway, N.J.
Murray was supported by Luka Garza, who scored a game high of 25 points for Iowa (9-2), which gave Rutgers the first home defeat of the season. Jordan Bohannon also added 13 points for the Hawkeyes.
Rutgers (7-2) had four different players (Ron Harper Jr., Geo Baker, Myles Johnson, Montez Mathis) who scored 13 points each, while Jacob Young led the team with 17 points in narrow defeat.
No. 11 Creighton 67, Providence 65
Christian Bishop's shot in the final seconds helped the Bluejays beat the host brothers.
Marcus Zegarowski, who provided the game-winning template, scored 20 points and led Creighton (8: 2). Damien Jefferson came out on top with a solid 18-point performance.
David Duke and Nate Watson both scored 13 points for Providence (7-4), which didn't translate into a resume building win at home.
No. 12 Missouri 81, Arkansas 68
Jeremiah Tilmon hit a career high of 25 points and got 11 rebounds to take the Tigers past the Razorbacks in a Southeastern Conference matchup in Fayetteville, Ark.
Xavier Pinson added 23 points for the Tigers (7-1, 1-1 SEC) and Mark Smith added 11 points and nine rebounds. JD (NASDAQ 🙂 Notae scored 19 points and Moses Moody added 18 points and pulled 10 rebounds for the Razorbacks (9-1, 1-1).
Arkansas played without starting power striker Justin Smith, who will be absent several weeks after an ankle surgery. That gave Missouri, the SEC's largest team, an edge in color – and the Tigers outperformed the Razorbacks 51-36.
Oklahoma State 82, No. 13 Texas Tech 77
Bryce Williams (NYSE 🙂 'theft in the last few seconds helped the Cowboys end an overtime win on the street against the Red Raiders.
Williams, who scored 15 points, was supported by teammates Avery Anderson and Isaac Likekele with 17 points apiece for Oklahoma State (7-2).
The Red Raiders (8-3) got 21 points from Mac McClung and 18 points from Kyler Edwards, but it wasn't enough to avoid the angry offer from the cowboys visiting Lubbock.
No. 15 Illinois 66, Purdue 58
Kofi Cockburn and Da & # 39; Monte Williams both produced double doubles to lead the Fighting Illinois to a win over the Boilermakers in Champaign, Illinois.
Cockburn scored 14 points and got 10 rebounds while Williams had 12 points and 10 boards for Illinois (8-3), which shook off some big Purdue runs during the game.
Purdue (7-5) received 14 points each from Trevion Williams and Brandon Newman, but the team failed to shake off several key droughts in a failed search for a road win against a ranked team.
No. 17 Michigan State 84, Nebraska 77
Aaron Henry reached a career height of 27 points and the Spartans lost three games at the Cornhuskers' expense in their Big Ten matchup in Lincoln.
Josh Langford provided 15 points for Michigan State (7-3, 1-3), which lost its first three Big Ten games for the first time since the 2001/02 season. Gabe Brown scored 10 points.
Teddy Allen topped Nebraska (4-7, 0-4) with 23 points and six rebounds. Trey McGowens had 20 points and Kobe Webster threw 10, but the Cornhuskers, who made 18 turnovers, were victorious in the conference.
No. 21 Oregon 73, Stanford 56
Chris Duarte scored 14 of his 23 points in a key sequence in the second half in the Ducks' win over the Cardinal in Eugene, Ore.
Duarte scored all of Oregon's points in an 11-1 run that allowed the Ducks to take a 3:55 lead.
L.J. Figueroa added 13 points and 12 rebounds, Eric Williams Jr. had 12 points and six rebounds, and Eugene Omoruyi added 15 points, five assists and four rebounds for Oregon.
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