Top 25 Capsules
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- With a steady din coming from the sea of orange behind the visitors' basket, No. 1-ranked Duke had a tough time making a shot.
The Blue Devils went more than 8 minutes without a field goal in the first half Wednesday night, and a sellout became a blowout for No. 25 Miami, which delighted a boisterous crowd with a 90-63 victory.
The defeat was the third-worst ever for a No. 1 team, and Duke's worst in nearly five years.
Miami beat a No. 1 team for the first time, taking control with a stunning 25-1 run midway through the opening half. The Blue Devils (16-2, 3-2) missed 13 consecutive shots despite numerous good looks during the Hurricanes' run that transformed a 14-13 deficit into a 38-15 lead.
LA SALLE 54, NO. 9 BUTLER 53
PHILADELPHIA -- Ramon Galloway went the length of the court for the winning basket with 2.7 seconds left to send La Salle past Butler.
Fans stormed the court in a wild celebration for the biggest win for La Salle (13-5, 3-2 Atlantic 10) in 33 years. There was some confusion after Galloway's basket and fans were ordered off the court. Butler had attempted a last-second heave that was way off the mark. Officials huddled with both coaches and they decided the final score stood. It was mayhem again as fans rushed the court for the second time in minutes.
Let them celebrate twice: La Salle hadn't defeated a top 10 team since 1980.
Butler's leading scorer Rotnei Clarke missed his third straight game with a severely sprained neck. No decision has yet been made about Saturday's home game against Temple. Clarke was hurt when he crashed head-first into a padded basket support at Dayton on Jan. 12.
NO. 7 INDIANA 72, PENN STATE 49
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Victor Oladipo scored 19 points, and Yogi Ferrell added a season-high 15 to help Indiana rout Penn State.
The Hoosiers (17-2, 5-1 Big Ten) survived a sluggish shooting first half with strong defense and used a fast second-half start to reassert their dominance in this series.
While limiting Penn State to 29.6 percent shooting in the first half, Indiana used runs of 7-0, 8-2 and 12-5 to take a 33-19 lead.
The Hoosiers wasted no time taking control in the second half, going on an 8-0 spurt in the first 65 seconds to extend the lead to 41-19. Penn State couldn't get closer than 17 points the rest of the way.
NO. 8 FLORIDA 64, GEORGIA 47
ATHENS, Ga. -- Scottie Wilbekin scored 17 points to help Florida shake off a sluggish first half and romp past another Southeastern Conference opponent.
The Gators (15-2, 5-0) trailed 27-24 at halftime, making just 1 of 9 attempts beyond the 3-point arc. But Florida quickly turned things around after the break. Wilbeken and Mike Rosario hits back-to-back 3s and forced Georgia into three straight turnovers.
The Gators led the rest of way, holding Georgia (7-11, 1-4) to only one field goal in the first 11½ minutes of the second half.
Despite never leading in the first half, Florida added to its run of dominance in conference play. The Gators have won their first five SEC games by an average of nearly 25 points.
NORTHWESTERN 55, NO. 12 MINNESOTA 48
EVANSTON, Ill. -- Jared Swopshire scored 16 points to lead Northwestern past Minnesota.
In a game where baskets were hard to come by at times, the Wildcats (12-8, 3-4 Big Ten) made just enough shots down the stretch to beat a ranked opponent for the second time in three games while sending the Gophers (15-4, 3-3) to their third straight loss.
Alex Marcotullio made a 3-pointer midway through the second half to give Northwestern a one-point lead and start the decisive 13-2 run.
Reggie Hearn scored 13 points after averaging 21 in the previous two games. Tre Demps added 10 points, and the Wildcats shook off a loss to Indiana and took out another ranked team to go with their victory over then-No. 23 Illinois last week.
They prevailed despite getting outrebounded 45-31 because they held Minnesota to its lowest point total of the season.
NO. 15 NEW MEXICO 66, COLORADO STATE 61
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Tony Snell scored 23 points and New Mexico held off a late Colorado State rally.
The Lobos (17-2, 4-0 Mountain West) led 54-32 with 12:26 left before the Rams (15-4, 2-2) began a comeback behind Dorian Green. He scored 11 points in a 20-5 run that cut the lead to 59-52.
Colorado State's Wes Eikmeier hit a 3-pointer with 8.2 seconds left that made it 64-61, but Snell converted two free throws to preserve the victory.
Snell scored six points in a pivotal 10-0 run that turned a 27-25 lead with 4 minutes left in the first half into a 37-25 advantage early in the second half.
Eikmeier led Colorado State with 20 points and Green finished with 14.
NO. 16 OREGON 68, WASHINGTON STATE 61
EUGENE, Ore. -- E.J. Singler scored 19 points and Oregon rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to beat Washington State.
Singler scored 14 points in the second half for the Ducks (17-2, 6-0 Pac-12), who trailed 39-29 at halftime before pulling out their eighth straight victory.
Singler took over 5 minutes into the second half with the Ducks trailing 44-38. The senior forward scored 10 straight points, tying the score at 46-all with the second of his consecutive 3-pointers. His free throws at the 11:45 mark gave the Ducks their first lead, 48-46.
The Cougars went back up 53-52 on a layup by Royce Woolridge with 7:38 to play, but Kazemi answered with a dunk off a pass from Singler, and Dominic Artis made a 3 as the Ducks took a 57-53 lead. They led the rest of the way.
DRAKE 74, NO. 17 CREIGHTON 69
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Richard Carter scored 20 points and Drake handed Creighton consecutive losses for the first time this season.
Ben Simons added 13 for the Bulldogs (9-10, 3-5 Missouri Valley Conference), who blew a 16-point lead before rallying for their first win over a ranked opponent in five years.
Grant Gibbs brought Creighton within 71-69 with 32 seconds left, and the Bluejays got the ball back on a steal. But Gibbs missed a layup and Simons sealed the win with a steal and two free throws with 0.5 seconds left.
Doug McDermott had 21 points to lead Creighton, which shot just 24 percent from 3-point range. But McDermott had just four points in the second half and didn't touch the ball on Creighton's last two possessions.
NO. 20 WICHITA STATE 62, MISSOURI STATE 52
The Bears, behind freshman Gavin Thurman, used a 19-1 run to take a 33-25 lead with 16:13 remaining in the game.
The Shockers came away empty on their first five possessions of the second half then Early and Hall got more active in the offense, scoring all but two of the points in a 16-2 run that gave Wichita State a 41-35 lead with 10:53 to go.
The Shockers (18-2, 7-1 Missouri Valley Conference), who were playing just days after upsetting then-No. 12 Creighton, remained in first place in the conference.
Thurman had 21 points to lead Missouri State (5-15, 3-5), which lost its fourth straight.
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