WACO, Texas - Corey Herring scored 16 and Harvey Thomas 12 to lead Baylor to a 63-59 victory over Iowa State on Saturday. Baylor held off a late rally to record its first Big 12 win under coach Scott Drew.
Baylor led 54-46 with just more than three minutes left, but five consecutive free throws by Jake Sullivan and Jackson Vroman's layup closed it to 54-53 less than a minute later. Iowa State, whose Big 12 road losing streak reached 19, couldn't tie it, and Carl Marshall sealed it with two free throws during the final two seconds.
MISSOURI 72, NEBRASKA 51: Rickey Paulding scored 19 for the host Tigers, who outscored the Cornhuskers 29-7 during the final 9:33. Paulding had seven points and Jimmy McKinney five during a 17-0 run that gave Missouri a 60-44 lead with 5:19 left.
INDIANA 86, MINNESOTA 81 (OT): Bracey Wright scored 22 and A.J. Moye 20, including six in overtime, as the visiting Hoosiers handed the Gophers their fifth consecutive conference loss. Indiana had lost five in a row at Williams Arena dating to 1996.
Kris Humphries banked in a runner in the lane with 11.1 seconds left to send the game to overtime at 75-75. But he missed two free throws with Indiana leading 81-77 with 1:46 left in overtime. Soon after, Wright scored on a spin move in the lane to make it 83-79.
MICHIGAN 69, PENN ST. 59: Lester Abram scored 19 for the visiting Wolverines. Abram made 6 of 8 shots, including 2 of 3 3-pointers, and all five free throws to help Michigan end a three-game Big Ten losing streak. Up 38-32, the Wolverines went on a 15-6 run to lead 53-38 with eight minutes left.
IOWA 79, OHIO ST. 65: Jeff Horner scored 20 and Brody Boyd 19 as the Hawkeyes ended a four-game losing streak to the Buckeyes at home and sent them to their fifth loss in six games. Iowa increased its lead from 32-24 to 51-33 while Ohio State went 71/2 minutes without a field goal.
WEST VIRGINIA 65, BC 62: D'or Fischer blocked a school-record eight shots for the host Mountaineers. The Eagles tied it at 54 on Craig Smith's putback with three minutes left. But West Virginia scored five in a row. Patrick Beilein made six free throws during the final 25 seconds to seal it.
RUTGERS 78, ST. JOHN'S 70: Quincy Douby made four consecutive 3-pointers during the second half for the host Scarlet Knights. The Red Storm cut it to 69-64 with 1:10 left, but freshman Marquis Webb went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line during the final 51.8 seconds.
SETON HALL 83, VA. TECH 76: J.R. Morris scored 21 off the bench for the host Pirates. The Hokies cut it to 70-69 with 4:59 left after making steals on three consecutive possessions. But Morris made a 3-pointer with 2:45 left to give the Pirates a 75-71 lead.
ARIZONA ST. 83, OREGON ST. 79: Ike Diogu had 24 points and 15 rebounds for the host Sun Devils. Diogu scored in double figures for the national-high 48th consecutive time, making 16 of 22 free throws to come within one of the school's record for attempts.
The game turned on a foul by David Lucas followed by a technical on Kyle Jeffers. Diogu made only 2 of 4 free throws but made both when he was fouled by Jeffers with 1:38 left to give the Sun Devils a 77-76 lead. Stevie Moore made it 81-77 with two free throws with 31.6 seconds left, and Jamal Hill made two with 15.1 seconds left to seal it.
CAL 76, UCLA 62: Leon Powe had 19 points and 14 rebounds as the host Bears won consecutive games for the first time this season. Powe, who has eight double doubles this season, scored 12 during the second half, including a putback with 6:15 left and a long jumper with 2:43 left.
WASHINGTON 75, WASHINGTON ST. 62: Nate Robinson scored 17, including five 3-pointers, for the visiting Huskies. Washington shot 67 percent during the first half to lead 37-23.
WEST POINT, N.Y. - Army almost matched the Division I record for fewest points since the shot clock was introduced, losing 56-23 to Bucknell. The shot clock went into effect in 1986. Since then, the record has been held by Georgia Southern in a 61-21 loss to Coastal Carolina on Jan. 2, 1997.
Down 30-13 at halftime, the Black Knights managed only two baskets during the second half, shooting just 2-for-21 and going without a field goal for 14:19. Josh Wilson led Army with six points.