1 Duke (12-0)
Did not play. Next: at Florida State, Sunday.
2 Kansas (12-1)
Beat Colorado 97-85
At Boulder, Colo., Drew Gooden scored 27 points as second-ranked Kansas beat Colorado, the Jayhawks' 25th straight victory over the Buffaloes. Next: vs. Nebraska, Wednesday.
3 Florida (12-1)
Beat South Carolina 69-60
At Gainesville, Fla., Udonis Haslem had 24 points and 10 rebounds as third-ranked Florida opened defense of its Southeastern Conference championship. Next: at Tennessee, Wednesday.
4 Virginia (9-1)
Lost to North Carolina State 81-74
At Charlottesville, Va., Julius Hodge scored 21 points on near-perfect shooting, and North Carolina State ended a 13-game losing streak at University Hall. Next: at Clemson, Tuesday.
5 Oklahoma State (13-1)
Lost to Texas 70-61 (see story on this page). Next: at Baylor, Tuesday.
6 Kentucky (9-3)
Lost to Mississippi State 74-69, OT
At Starkville, Miss., Mario Austin hit his first career 3-pointer with 7 seconds left in regulation, then made five free throws in overtime for Mississippi State. Next: vs. Georgia, Wednesday.
7 Illinois (12-3)
Lost to Wisconsin 72-66
At Madison, Wis., Charlie Wills scored 19 points in the biggest victory yet for Badgers first-year coach Bo Ryan. Next: at Purdue, Wednesday.
8 Maryland (11-2)
Did Not Play. Next: vs. North Carolina, Wednesday.
9 Iowa (12-4)
Lost to Ohio State 72-62
At Columbus, Ohio, Brian Brown scored 19 points, including 10 in a row in the second half, as Ohio State surprised Iowa. Next: vs. Northwestern, Wednesday.
10 Oklahoma (11-1)
Beat Texas A&M 89-63
At Norman, Okla., Aaron McGhee scored 22 points and Hollis Price had 14, leading Oklahoma past Texas A&M. Next: at Connecticut, Monday.
11 Boston College (12-2)
Lost to Pittsburgh 77-74
At Boston, Brandin Knight scored 20 points as Pittsburgh dealt Boston College its first home loss in almost two years. Next: at Villanova, Wednesday.
12 Stanford (8-2)
Did not play. Next: at California, Sunday.
13 Cincinnati (13-1)
Beat East Carolina 72-62
At Greenville, N.C., Steve Logan scored 24 points and hit eight straight free throws in the final 3 minutes as Cincinnati held off East Carolina. Next: vs. Charlotte, Tuesday.
14 UCLA (10-2)
Did not play. Next: vs. Washington State, Sunday.
15 Arizona (8-4)
Did not play. Next: vs. Oregon State, Sunday.
16 Syracuse (13-2)
Beat Providence 72-66
At Providence, R.I., Kueth Duany scored all 16 of his points in the second half as Syracuse rallied. Next: vs. Seton Hall, Tuesday.
17 Missouri (11-3)
Beat Nebraska 60-53
At Columbia, Mo., Clarence Gilbert hit five 3-pointers and scored 17 points as Missouri won despite another poor game from preseason All-American Kareem Rush. Next: at Iowa State, Wednesday.
18 Alabama (13-2)
Beat LSU 76-74
At Tuscaloosa, Ala., Terrance Meade scored four points in the final 38 seconds — including two free throws with 1.3 left — and No. 18 Alabama rallied past LSU. Next: vs. Vanderbilt, Wednesday.
19 Michigan State (9-5)
Lost to Minnesota 70-67
At Minneapolis, Reserve Jerry Holman scored 16 points, and Rick Rickert added 15 as Minnesota beat No. 19 Michigan State in the defending Big Ten champion's conference opener. Next: at Indiana, Tuesday.
20 Butler (13-1)
Did not play. Next: at Cleveland State, Monday.
21 Miami (14-1)
Lost at Connecticut 76-75
At Storrs, Conn., Johnnie Selvie made two free throws with 5.7 seconds remaining as Connecticut beat No. 21 Miami, snapping the Hurricanes' 14-game winning streak. Next: at St. John's, Tuesday.
22 Gonzaga (12-2)
Did not play. Next: at New Mexico, Monday.
23 Wake Forest (11-3)
Beat North Carolina 84-62
At Chapel Hill, N.C., Josh Howard scored 20 points and Steve Lepore added 15 as No. 23 Wake Forest handed North Carolina its worst defeat at the Smith Center. Next: at Navy, Monday.
24 Georgetown (9-5)
Lost at Rutgers 89-87
At Piscataway, N.J., Herve Lamizana scored six of his career-high 19 points in overtime, including two free throws with 13.2 seconds left, to lead Rutgers past Georgetown. Next: at No. 11 Boston College, Saturday.
25 Marquette (11-3)
Lost at Charlotte 76-68
At Charlotte, N.C., Jobey Thomas scored 26 points and hit two off-balance shots in the final four minutes to lead Charlotte past No. 25 Marquette. Next: at Louisville, Wednesday.