Brian Evans scored 29 points and Alan Henderson added 22 Saturday as Indiana beat No. 3 Kansas 80-61 to extend the nation's longest home winning streak to 47 games.

The Jayhawks (5-1) went seven minutes without a point as the Hoosiers (5-4) scored 15 straight points and stretched the lead to 39-19 with just over two minutes left in the first half. Indiana was ahead 48-25 at the half and Kansas never recovered.No. 1 North Carolina 129, VMI 89

Dante Calabria hit six 3-pointers in the first half and North Carolina tied a school record for most points in a game.

The Tar Heels (6-0), who have played 2,175th games, matched the 129 points scored against Manhattan in December 1985.

No. 2 UCLA 92, LSU 72

Ed O'Bannon scored 28 points and his brother, Charles, had 17 to lead No. 2 UCLA to a victory over LSU as the Bruins stayed undefeated in seven meetings with the Tigers. UCLA wore LSU down in the second half and opened a lead of 29 points, 83-54, late in the game.

No. 5 UMass 91. W. Kentucky 72

Mike Williams had 21 points, four rebounds and three assists in his first start of the season and led Massachusetts (5-1) to its fourth straight victory.

No. 6 Kentucky 83, Texas Tech 68

Rodrick Rhodes kept Kentucky close with 13 first-half points until the Wildcats wore down Texas Tech and pulled away in the sercond half.

No. 8 Florida 71, Florida St. 65, 2OT

Dan Cross put Florida ahead for good with a pair of free throws and Dametri Hill added two more with 16.3 seconds left in the second overtime as the Gators held on.

No. 13 Arizona St. 87, UC Irvine 58

Isaac Burton scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half as 13th-ranked Arizona State rallied past Cal-Irvine.

Louisville 77, No. 14 Ga. Tech 72

Alvin Sims scored seven of his 14 points in the final 4:28, including an alley-oop slam at the buzzer, as Louisville upset Georgia Tech in the Kuppenheimer Classic.

No. 15 Georgetown 85,

Md.-Eastern Shore 46

Othella Harrington had 21 points and 12 rebounds as Georgetown won its fifth in a row.

No. 16 Syracuse 67, Princeton 65

Otis Hill's first points of the game gave Syracuse the lead in overtime and the Orangemen opened a nine-point lead before holding on to win by two points.

No. 17 Cincinnati 81, Wyoming 80

LaZelle Durden scored 45 points, including 10 in the final 89 seconds and three free throws after the final buzzer as Cincinnati came back to beat Wyoming.

No. 18 Michigan St. 80, Detroit 63

Shawn Respert scored 20 points to lead 18th-ranked Michigan State to its 11th straight victory over Detroit.

Xavier, Ohio 90, No. 19 Ohio U. 71

Michael Hawkins scored a career-high 26 points and Xavier held Gary Trent to 17 points - his lowest total of the season - by switching defenders on almost every possession and double-and triple-teaming him near the basket.

No. 21 Wake Forest 74,

Coll. Charleston 64

Tim Duncan took advantage of his size to score a career-high 23 points and block seven shots and Wake Forest kept College of Charleston behind by at least six points late in the game.

No. 24 New Mexico St. 96,

New Mexico 89

Thomas Wyatt's 12 points in the first 51/2 minutes of the second half keyed a 17-2 run that rallied No. 24 New Mexico State to a win over New Mexico.