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College top 25

1 Arizona (15-1)

Beat Kansas 91-74

At Lawrence, Salim Stoudamire led a 10-0 run to open the second half and Arizona rallied from a 20-point deficit to beat Kansas 91-74 Saturday. Next: vs. Stanford, Thursday.

2 Pittsburgh (15-1)

Beat Georgetown 65-64

At Pittsburgh, Julius Page made a free throw with .4 seconds remaining to cap the Panthers' second-half rally. Next: at Syracuse, Saturday.

3 Duke (13-2)

Beat Georgia Tech 91-71

At Durham, Dahntay Jones scored 21 points and Shelden Williams added a season-high 18 as Duke avoided its first three-game ACC losing streak in seven years. Next: vs. Butler, Thursday.

4 Texas (13-2)

Beat No. 21 Missouri 76-55

At Austin, Brandon Mouton scored 20 points and T.J. Ford sparked Texas' key second-half run as the No. 4 Longhorns pulled away. Next: at No. 6 Kansas, Thursday.

5 Florida (16-2)

Did not play. Next: at LSU, Tuesday.

6 Kansas (13-5)

Lost to No. 1 Arizona 91-74 (see above). Next: vs. No. 4 Texas, Monday.

7 Oklahoma (13-3)

Beat Baylor 67-54

At Waco, Kevin Bookout scored a season-high 18 points and had nine rebounds and Hollis Price came up big when things got close as Oklahoma beat Baylor for the 17th straight time. Next: vs. Texas A&M, Tuesday.

8 Kentucky (15-3)

Beat No. 15 Alabama 63-46

At Tuscaloosa, Gerald Fitch scored 16 points and Kentucky kept Alabama in a freefall, beating the Crimson Tide and ending its school-record 28-game home winning streak. Next: at South Carolina, Saturday.

9 Louisville (14-1)

Beat Tennessee 72-69

At Knoxville, Taquan Dean hit a key 3-pointer and Kendall Dartez made a jumper in the final minute as Louisville rallied to win its 13th in a row. Next: at Southern Mississippi, Wednesday.

10 Creighton (16-2)

Did not play. Next: vs. Texas Christian, Sunday.

11 Connecticut (12-3)

Beat Villanova 74-65

At Hartford, Rashad Anderson scored a career-high 18 points on 7-of-9 shooting to lead Connecticut. Next: at St. John's, Monday.

12 Maryland (12-4)

Beat Clemson 52-47

At Clemson, Drew Nicholas scored 14 points and Maryland overcame its worst shooting performance of the season to win its 10th in a row over Clemson. Next: vs. N.C. State, Thursday.

13 Oklahoma State (15-1)

Did not play. Next: at Texas Tech, Sunday.

14 Indiana (14-4)

Lost to Purdue 69-47

At West Lafayette, Kenny Lowe scored 19 points, Willie Deane had 18 and Chris Booker 13 as Purdue dominated from start to finish. Next: at Michigan State, Tuesday.

15 Alabama (12-5)

Lost to No. 15 Kentucky 63-46 (see above). Next: vs. LSU, Saturday.

16 Notre Dame (16-3)

Beat Boston College 101-96, OT

At Boston, Chris Thomas scored 25 of his 28 points after halftime and had seven assists and a season-high eight rebounds to lead Notre Dame. Next: vs. West Virginia, Wednesday.

17 IWake Forest (12-2)

Did not play. Next: vs. Florida State, Sunday.

18 Illinois (15-3)

Beat Penn St. 75-63

At State College, James Augustine had 19 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Illini, who had lost their last two conference road games. Next: vs. Michigan, Wednesday.

19 Georgia (12-4)

Beat No. 24 Auburn 85-79

At Athens,Ezra Williams had 19 points and Steve Thomas added 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Bulldogs. Next: at Vanderbilt, Wednesday.

20 Marquette (13-3)

Beat DePaul 72-51

At Milwaukee, Dwyane Wade scored 21 points and had a career-high seven steals, and Todd Townsend had all 12 of his points on four 3-pointers in the opening nine minutes for the Golden Eagles. Next: vs. East Carolina, Wednesday.

21 Missouri (11-4)

Lost to No. 4 Texas (see above). Next: at Nebraska, Wednesday.

22 Mississippi St. (12-4)

Beat LSU 67-64

At Starkville, Michael Ignerski scored 15 points, including Mississippi State's final two baskets, as the Bulldogs went the final 5:42 without a field goal. Next: at Mississippi, Wednesday.

23 Oregon (14-4)

Beat Washington St. 76-66

At Eugene, Luke Ridnour scored 28 points, and Oregon overcame a first-half deficit to beat injury-riddled Washington State and send the Cougars to their eighth straight loss. Next: at UCLA, Thursday.

24 Auburn (15-4)

Lost to No. 19 Georgia 85-79 (see above). Next: vs. Tennessee, Saturday.

25 California (14-2)

Beat UCLA 80-69

At Berkeley, Joe Shipp had 23 points to lead California over struggling UCLA, which lost its sixth consecutive game for the first time in 55 years. Next: at Vanderbilt, Thursday.