Sophomore guard Jared Butler scored 22 points, and junior guard MaCio Teague added 16 Saturday as No. 4 Baylor claimed its 12th straight win, downing No. 3 Kansas 67-55 at Lawrence, Kan.
The Bears (13-1, 3-0 Big 12) won for the first time in 18 trips to Kansas, snapping a 28-game homecourt win streak for the Jayhawks (12-3, 2-1) that ranked second nationally behind Gonzaga.
The win was Baylor's fifth against a ranked opponent this season and ended a string of nine straight home wins for Kansas against top-five opponents, dating to Roy Williams' tenure as coach.
After closing the first half with 10 unanswered points, the Bears weathered a shaky start to the second half, then sealed the win by canning four consecutive shots for a 60-44 lead at the last media timeout. Backup guard Isaiah Moss scored 15 points to lead Kansas, which shot 39.2 percent.
No. 1 Gonzaga 87, Loyola Marymount 62
Admon Gilder and Drew Timme provided sparks off the bench as the Bulldogs went on the road and defeated the Lions in West Coast Conference play at Los Angeles.
The win was the 22nd straight for Gonzaga (18-1, 4-0 WCC) over Loyola Marymount.
Five Bulldogs scored in double figures, led by Filip Petrusev's 16 points. Corey Kispert added 15, Ryan Woolridge chipped in 13, Gilder finished with 12 and Timme had 10 points and 11 rebounds. But it was Gilder and Timme who keyed a first-half spurt, when the Lions (7-10, 1-2) were still in striking distance.
No. 2 Duke 90, Wake Forest 59
Tre Jones poured in 23 points as the Blue Devils ran away from the visiting Demon Deacons in Durham, N.C.
Duke (15-1, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), which won its past two games on the road, has run its winning streak to nine games and remained the only ACC team without a league loss. Duke, which shot 11-for-23 on 3-pointers, won for the 900th time in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Torry Johnson and Olivier Sarr notched 13 points apiece, and Sharone Wright Jr. registered 11 points for Wake Forest (8-7, 1-4), which suffered a loss to a top-10 team for the second time in four nights after a home setback to No. 10 Florida State. Wake Forest scoring leader Brandon Childress was scoreless on 0-for-6 shooting from the field.
No. 5 Auburn 82, Georgia 60
Samir Doughty regained his shooting eye, scoring 17 points to lead the Tigers to a victory over the visiting Bulldogs in Southeastern Conference action.
The victory allowed the Tigers (15-0, 3-0 SEC) to remain unbeaten. San Diego State is the nation's only other undefeated team.
Auburn pushed an 11-point halftime lead out to 46-27 to start the second half and never let the Bulldogs (10-5, 0-2) get closer than 16 points the rest of the way. Their biggest lead was 26 points at 80-54.
No. 7 San Diego State 83, Boise State 65
The Aztecs remained one of two unbeaten teams in the nation by beating Boise State behind 23 points by KJ Feagin in a Mountain West game in San Diego.
San Diego State (17-0, 6-0 Mountain West) is off to the second-best start in program history, trailing only the 2010-11 team led by Kawhi Leonard that started 20-0.
Feagin made 5 of 7 from beyond the arc and was 9 of 16 overall. Malachi Flynn added 19 points and six assists. Yanni Wetzell matched a career high with 20 points, and added five rebounds and four assists. Boise State (11-7, 3-3) was led by RJ Williams' 16 points and nine rebounds.
No. 9 Oregon 78, Arizona State 69
Payton Pritchard tied a career high with 29 points, leading the Ducks to a win over the Sun Devils in Eugene, Ore.
Chris Duarte added 20 points and six rebounds for Oregon (14-3, 3-1 Pac-12). Arizona State's Remy Martin, in a battle of two of the Pac-12's top point guards featuring he and Pritchard, led the Sun Devils with 29 points.
Both Martin and Pritchard had six assists. Oregon won its eighth straight at home against Arizona State (10-6, 1-2) and has won 14 of the last 16 meetings overall.
Indiana 66, No. 11 Ohio State 54
Senior guard Devonte Green scored 19 points off the bench, lifting the Hoosiers to an upset of the Buckeyes in Bloomington, Ind.
Sophomore point guard Rob Phinisee added 13 points and seven rebounds as the Hoosiers (13-3, 3-2 Big Ten) were able to pull away down the stretch and improve to 11-1 at home this season.
Senior forward Andre Wesson led Ohio State (11-5, 1-4) with 15 points. Junior center Kaleb Wesson added 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Buckeyes, who dropped their fourth straight game. Ohio State shot 32.7 percent from the floor and was held to just 20 points in the second half.
No. 13 Louisville 67, Notre Dame 64
Jordan Nwora scored 20 points on 7-of-15 shooting, and the Cardinals held on to beat the Fighting Irish in South Bend, Ind.
Ryan McMahon added 17 points off the bench on 6-for-10 shooting for Louisville (13-3, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), which used a 7-0 run to take the lead for good with 1:12 remaining. Dwayne Sutton finished with 10 points and 14 rebounds.
John Mooney and T.J. Gibbs scored 15 points apiece for Notre Dame (10-6, 1-4), with Mooney also grabbing 19 rebounds. Dane Goodwin contributed 14 points.
No. 14 Kentucky 76, Alabama 67
The Wildcats became the first school to reach 1,000 victories in Southeastern Conference play with their win over the Crimson Tide in Lexington, Ky.
Kentucky (12-3, 3-0 SEC) led by as many as 15 points early in the second half, only to see its lead cut to 70-67 with 2:14 to play. The Wildcats scored the final six points to secure the win, including a 3-pointer by sophomore guard Immanuel Quickley with one minute left. He scored 19 points, making 5 of 6 shots from 3-point range.
Junior forward Herbert Jones paced Alabama (8-7, 1-2) with 18 points. Junior guard John Petty scored 16.
No. 15 Dayton 88, Massachusetts 60
Obi Toppin scored 14 of his 16 points in the first half but left early in the second half with an apparent ankle injury, as the Flyers earned their fifth straight victory at the expense of the Minutemen in Dayton, Ohio.
Toppin threw down three dunks and shot 6 of 9 from the field as the Flyers (14-2, 3-0 Atlantic 10) scored the first nine points of the game, recorded an 11-0 run at one point and shot 58.8 percent to lead 48-22 at halftime. However, he appeared to roll his left ankle while back-stepping near a UMass player in the second half. He walked off on his own power, but he returned to the Flyers' bench in a walking boot.
Freshman Tre Mitchell had 16 points for UMass (7-9, 1-2), which shot 26.1 percent and committed 12 of its 21 turnovers in the first half.
No. 16 Villanova 80, Georgetown 66
Saddiq Bey scored a career-high 33 points and made a career-best eight 3-pointers to tie the program record to lead the host Wildcats past the Hoyas in Philadelphia.
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl added 14 points and seven rebounds for Villanova, which was 15 of 29 from beyond the arc. Collin Gillespie contributed 11 points. The win was the second in a row for the Wildcats (12-3, 3-1 Big East).
Reserve center Qudus Wahab led Georgetown (11-6, 1-3) with 13 points, while Jamorko Pickett added 12. Terrell Allen and Omer Yurtseven had 10 apiece.
No. 17 West Virginia 66, No. 22 Texas Tech 54
Miles McBride scored 22 points on 8-of-11 shooting to lead the Mountaineers to a win over the Red Raiders in Big 12 Conference play in Morgantown, W.Va.
The Mountaineers led by six at the half and stretched their lead to 12 points by the middle of second half, thanks to a stifling defense and a 12-2 run. Texas Tech made one more serious run, clawing within 52-46 on a 3-pointer by Avery Benson with 7:09 remaining.
Brandon Knapper added 10 points for West Virginia (13-2, 2-1 Big 12), which captured its second consecutive game and sixth in its past seven. Davide Moretti (16 points) was the only player in double figures for Texas Tech (10-5, 1-2), which dropped its second straight game after a five-game win streak.
Syracuse 63, No. 18 Virginia 55 (OT)
Buddy Boeheim, son of coach Jim Boeheim, scored nine of his 14 points in overtime to lead the Orange over the Cavaliers in Charlottesville, Va.
After Virginia's Mamadi Diakite made a layup to open the overtime period, Syracuse made three consecutive 3-pointers, capped by Boeheim's shot with 3:21 remaining. Boeheim later beat the shot clock with a 30-footer that banked in to put Syracuse ahead 57-49 with 1:19 left.
Joseph Girard III led the Orange (9-7, 2-3 ACC) with 19 points, while Elijah Hughes added 18 points and nine rebounds. Jay Huff led Virginia (11-4, 3-2) with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Wisconsin 58, No. 20 Penn State 49
Micah Potter scored a career-high 24 points to go along with 13 rebounds to lead the Badgers to a victory over the Nittany Lions in State College, Pa.
Brad Davison collected 11 points and 13 rebounds, and Kobe King added 10 points for Wisconsin (10-6, 3-2 Big Ten), which has won 13 in a row over Penn State.
Lamar Stevens had 19 points and 13 rebounds for the Nittany Lions (12-4, 2-3), who had their home winning streak snapped at 13 games. Stevens did extend his double-figure scoring streak to 30 straight games.
--Field Level Media