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K-State eyes upset at No. 20 Oklahoma

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For the second consecutive game, Kansas State will play the No. 20th-ranked team on the road.

The Wildcats, who knocked off Iowa State on Saturday, are looking for a similar result Wednesday when they face No. 20 Oklahoma.

The Sooners are also hoping to maintain momentum after they beat then-No. 25 TCU at home Saturday.


No. 4 UVa rips No. 9 Hokies, now 16-0

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) Ty Jerome got No. 4 Virginia off to just the start it needed by making a few deep 3-pointers. That opened things up for De'Andre Hunter and quickly shut things off for No. 9 Virginia Tech.

Hunter scored 21 points, Kyle Guy scored 15 and Jerome had 14 points and a career-high 12 assists as the Cavaliers started fast and routed the Hokies 81-59 on Tuesday night.


No. 3 Vols roll to 11th straight win

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee coach Rick Barnes doesn't like referring to Lamonte' Turner and Jordan Bowden as reserves.

As far as he's concerned, those two guards are starters who happen to come off the bench.


No. 15 Marquette survives Howard injury

WASHINGTON (AP) Earlier in the season Marquette coach Steve Wojciechowski claimed that 6-foot-8 junior Sam Hauser didn't really have a position. On Tuesday he got to test his theory out on the road in Big East play.

Hauser had a career-high 31 points and eight rebounds to go along with being the primary ball hander as No. 15 Marquette earned a 74-71 last minute victory over Georgetown as Markus Howard - the nation's fourth leading scorer at 25.8 points per game - played just three scoreless minutes due to lower back tightness.


No. 10 Nevada wins on 3 with 4.5 left

BOISE, Idaho (AP) Nevada's Cody Martin hadn't hit a 3-pointer in a month, but that didn't stop him from taking a huge shot when his team needed it.

Martin, last season's Mountain West defensive player of the year, hit a contested 3-pointer with 4.5 seconds remaining to lift No. 10 Nevada over Boise State 72-71 on Tuesday night.


Wake blows big lead, tops No. 17 NC St.

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) Wake Forest played its best basketball all year while building a big lead against No. 17 North Carolina State, only to see the Wolfpack put together a frantic second-half rally.

Somehow, a team that lost all three of its Atlantic Coast Conference games by double figures found a way to recover.


LSU knocks off No. 18 Mississippi

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) Ole Miss freshman Blake Hinson went hard to the rim, rising up into the air to try and send home a huge one-handed dunk. The only problem was LSU's Kavell Bigby-Williams was right there to meet him, delivering a crushing two-handed block that crammed the ball back toward the floor.

The Rebels hadn't lost in nearly two months. That was about to change in a hurry.


Hagans' 23 spark No. 12 Kentucky by UGA

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Ashton Hagans knew he was going to get booed returning to his home state.

It sure didn't seem to bother him.


Little helps No. 13 UNC get past Irish

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Once Nassir Little got rolling, No. 13 North Carolina didn't have to worry much about yet another home loss.

Little scored all 11 of his points in the final 11 minutes, and the Tar Heels beat Notre Dame 75-69 on Tuesday night.


No. 24 Mississippi St. wins on late hoop

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) In need of a key bucket, No. 24 Mississippi State went to old reliable - Quinndary Weatherspoon in crunch time.

Weatherspoon converted a three-point play with 3.4 seconds left to lift the Bulldogs over Florida 71-68 on Tuesday night.

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