Top 25 Capsules
The Shockers (24-0, 11-0 Missouri Valley) extended their school-record winning streak and improved to 11-0 in conference play for the first time in school history. They have won three straight in the series.
The only other undefeated team in Division I is No. 2 Syracuse (22-0).
Manny Arop had 16 points and Jake Odum added 11 for Indiana State (17-6, 8-3) which was 8-0 at home this season and fell to 40-11 at the Hulman Center under fourth-year coach Greg Lansing. Four of those losses have come to the Shockers.
Wichita State led 50-39 with 12:34 to go. Indiana State got as close as 58-56 with 2:01 to go but the Sycamores missed four of eight free throws down the stretch.
No. 5 SAN DIEGO ST. 67, BOISE ST. 65
BOISE, Idaho -- Dwayne Polee II hit a 3-pointer with 4 seconds left as San Diego State rallied from a 14-point deficit to extend its winning streak to 19 games.
Xavier Thames scored 23 points for the Aztecs (20-1, 9-0 Mountain West), who have won eight of nine meetings with the Broncos (15-8, 5-5). San Diego State eliminated Boise State from the past two conference tournaments and beat the Broncos 69-66 earlier this season.
Boise State led 57-43 with 13:37 to play when Bropleh banked in 3-pointer. But the Broncos either missed a shot or turned the ball over on 13 of their next 14 possessions and the Aztecs took a 61-59 lead on three consecutive baskets by Thames.
The Broncos regained the lead on a basket by Thompson, but two more free throws by Thames and a defensive stop set up the final possession. Thames drove to the right of the key, then whipped a pass to Polee, who drilled the game-winner.
Marks' 3-point attempt at the buzzer was off.
Polee, who hit his only 3-point attempt of the game, finished with nine points.
No. 10 MICHIGAN 79, NEBRASKA 50
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Freshman Zak Irvin scored all 16 of his points in the first half for Michigan.
The Wolverines (17-5, 9-1 Big Ten) were coming off their first conference defeat, a 63-52 loss at Indiana on Sunday. They nearly matched that scoring total with a 49-point first half against the Cornhuskers (11-10, 3-6).
Shavon Shields scored 13 points for Nebraska.
Michigan finished 13 of 31 from 3-point range despite a late dry spell from beyond the arc.
Nebraska had won three of four coming into the game.
No. 13 SAINT LOUIS 65, SAINT JOSEPH'S 49
The Billikens (21-2, 8-0 Atlantic 10) topped 14-game winning streaks set in the 1958-59 and 1993-94 seasons.
The Billikens, who needed overtime to beat George Mason on Saturday, extended their best start in team history and are 8-0 on the road. Saint Louis last lost Dec. 1 to Wichita State, 70-65.
Ronald Roberts Jr. had 19 points for the Hawks (15-7, 5-3), who missed 14 of 15 3-point attempts.
The Hawks had 17 turnovers and only five assists.
No. 14 LOUISVILLE 77, HOUSTON 62
The Cardinals (19-4, 8-2 American Athletic Conference) shot just under 70 percent from the field in the first half, including 6 of 10 from behind the arc in building a 19-point halftime lead. Louisville finished the game shooting 56 percent.
TaShawn Thomas had 14 points and eight rebounds, and Jherrod Stiggers added 14 points for the Cougars (11-12, 3-7), who dropped their fifth straight and have lost seven of eight. Danuel House had 11 for Houston.
Houston shot 46 percent from the field but committed 14 turnovers, leading to 24 points for the Cardinals.
No. 20 VIRGINIA 77, BOSTON COLLEGE 67
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Malcolm Brogdon had 17 points, a career-best 11 rebounds and seven assists and Virginia won its sixth straight.
Anthony Gill and Justin Anderson added 13 points each for the Cavaliers (18-5, 9-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). Virginia led 40-21 at halftime and never let its margin dip below 13 until the final minutes, when the Eagles scored 12 straight to get within 71-64 before Brogdon clinched it at the free throw line.
Ryan Anderson scored 20 points to lead the Eagles (6-16, 2-7), who lost for the ninth time in 11 games. Their only two victories in that stretch have both come against last-place Virginia Tech.
The game was the Cavaliers' first since a 3-pointer by Brogdon in the closing seconds lifted them to a 48-45 victory at No. 18 Pittsburgh, a triumph that vaulted Virginia back into the Top 25 for the first time since the opening weeks of the season.
WEST VIRGINIA 91, No. 21 OKLAHOMA 86, OT
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Eron Harris scored 26 of his 28 points after halftime for West Virginia.
Harris forced overtime with a 3-pointer with 20 seconds left in regulation and scored six points in the extra period.
Travel problems prohibited Oklahoma from arriving at the arena until 90 minutes before tipoff. The Sooners overcame that and a 14-point deficit in the second half but were limited to five points in overtime in losing their second straight.
No. 25 PITTSBURGH 59, MIAMI 55, OT
CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Lamar Patterson scored 10 of his 25 points in overtime as Pittsburgh ended a two-game losing streak.
Rion Brown had 21 points for Miami (11-11, 2-7).
Patterson made one of two free throws with 10.6 seconds left to give the Panthers a 57-55 lead. Brown's pass as he drove toward the basket was intercepted by Patterson, who made two free throws to seal the victory.
Patterson made a layup with 13.1 seconds left in regulation to give Pittsburgh a one-point lead, but Manu Lecomte of Miami made the second of two free throws with 7 seconds left to tie the game at 46.
Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press
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