CLEMSON, S.C. Daniel Ewing scored 19 points and J.J. Redick 17 to give coach Mike Krzyzewski his 600th win at Duke, a 73-54 victory Saturday over Clemson.
Krzyzewski moved to 600-176 in 24 seasons with the No. 2 Blue Devils (10-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference). He becomes the 13th coach in NCAA Division I history to reach that milestone at one school and the fourth-fastest all-time behind Adolph Rupp of Kentucky, John Wooden of UCLA and Dean Smith of North Carolina.
Georgia 83, No. 3 Georgia Tech 80, 2 OT
ATHENS, Ga. Jonas Hayes had four of his career-high 25 points in the second overtime and added 10 rebounds, helping Georgia upset Georgia Tech.
Hayes missed two free throws that would have given the Bulldogs (8-3) a four-point lead with 20.7 seconds left in the second OT, but Jarrett Jack missed a layup on the other end.
No. 4 Arizona 93, Arizona St. 74
TEMPE, Ariz. Arizona gave coach Lute Olson his 700th career victory, with Channing Frye playing preseason All-American Ike Diogu to a standstill in the Wildcats' rout of rival Arizona State.
Salim Stoudamire had 26 points and Frye had 17 points and eight rebounds to help the Wildcats (9-1) win their eighth in a row.
No. 6 Wake Forest 70, New Mexico 61
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Wake Forest overcame a miserable start to remain undefeated, getting 18 points from Chris Paul in a win over New Mexico.
The Demon Deacons (9-0) extended their home winning streak to 22 and got strong play from Taron Downey, who scored 11 of his 13 points in the second half.
No. 7 Oklahoma 58, Princeton 55
OKLAHOMA CITY A desperation 3-point attempt by Princeton's Ed Persia bounced off the rim, and Oklahoma hung on to beat the Tigers in the All-College Classic.
The win was No. 400 for coach Kelvin Sampson, 224-81 in 10 seasons at Oklahoma (10-0).
No. 8 Kentucky 61, No. 9 North Carolina 56
LEXINGTON, Ky. Gerald Fitch scored 21 points and made a clinching 3-pointer with 23 seconds left, helping Kentucky beat North Carolina.
Kentucky (9-1) rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat the Tar Heels (8-2) for the fourth straight season.
No. 10 Saint Joseph's 90, George Washington 81
PHILADELPHIA Jameer Nelson scored 29 points to lead Saint Joseph's to a victory over George Washington, extending the Hawks' season-opening winning streak to a school-record 11 games.
The Hawks (11-0) broke the record set by Jack Ramsay's 1964-65 team. That squad went on to set the school record for consecutive wins later in the season with 16.
No. 11 Louisville 91, Murray State 69P>
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Francisco Garcia scored 17 points and set a Louisville record with 15 assists to lead the Cardinals to a win over Murray State.
No. 14 Florida 87, Florida St. 73
GAINESVILLE, Fla. Anthony Roberson scored a career-high 28 points, and Florida wore down Florida State with a full-court press.
No. 15 Pittsburgh 70, William & Mary 55
PITTSBURGH Antonio Graves, starting only because top scorer Carl Krauser has a groin injury, hit three 3-pointers during a 24-5 run over the final 8 1/2 minutes of the first half for Pittsburgh (14-0).
No. 17 Syracuse 96, Michigan St. 83
SYRACUSE, N.Y. Josh Pace had a career-high 22 points, Billy Edelin added 22 and Hakim Warrick 21 to lead Syracuse.
No. 18 Wisconsin 75, College of Charleston 49
MADISON, Wis. Devin Harris scored 19 points and Zach Morley added 18 for Wisconsin.
No. 20 Illinois 80, Illinois St. 73, OT
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. Deron Williams, back after missing three games and playing with his broken jaw wired shut, scored 20 points.
No. 21 Purdue 76, Baylor 65
WACO, Texas Brandon McKnight scored six of his 23 points in a game-turning run.
No. 23 Missouri 76, Iowa 56
COLUMBIA, Mo. Linas Kleiza matched his career best with 18 points, including seven in a 2 1/2-minute stretch of the second half.
No. 22 Vanderbilt 95, TCU 60
FORT WORTH, Texas Jason Holwerda had 15 points to help Vanderbilt improve to 11-0.
No. 24 Mississippi St. 68, Ark.-Little Rock 58
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Lawrence Roberts scored 11 points in a 23-6 Mississippi State run and made key free throws and rebounds in the final minute.
Mississippi State (11-0) overcame sloppy play to match its best start ever. The Bulldogs also were 11-0 two years ago and in 1957-58.
Timmy Bowers led the Bulldogs with 22 points, and Roberts had 20 points and 13 rebounds. Darius Eason and Brandon Freeman each scored 11 points for the Trojans (6-6).
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