1 Duke (27-2)

Beat No. 3 North Carolina 77-75. See story this page. Next: ACC tournament, Thursday.

2 Arizona (26-3)

Beat No. 8 Stanford 90-58.

Miles Simon scored 20 points and A.J. Bramlett had 11 points and a career-high 19 rebounds as No. 2 Arizona routed No. 8 Stanford to clinch its eighth Pac-10 title in 15 years under coach Lute Olson. Next: at Southern California, Thursday.

3 North Carolina (27-3)

Lost to No. 1 Duke 77-75. See story this page. Next: ACC tournament, Friday.

4 Kansas (30-3)

Did not play. Next: at No. 25 Oklahoma State, Sunday.

5 Utah (25-2)

Beat No. 16 New Mexico. See story D1. Next: WAC tournament, Thursday.

6 Connecticut (26-4)

Beat St. John's 87-58.

Khalid El-Amin had 29 points as Connecticut clinched the Big East regular season title and the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament with a victory over St. John's. Next: Big East tournament, Thursday.

7 Kentucky (26-4)

Beat No. 14 South Carolina 69-57.

Jeff Sheppard scored 24 points and Heshimo Evans added 22 as Kentucky ended South Carolina's 22-game home winning streak. Next: SEC tournament, Friday.

8 Stanford (24-4)

Lost to No. 2 Arizona 90-58. See above. Next: vs. Oregon, Thursday.

9 Princeton (25-1)

Beat Cornell 72-59.

Steve Goodrich had 19 points and Princeton used 3-point sharpshooting for its 18th straight win, 72-59 over Cornell Saturday night. The Tigers made 10-of-20 3-point shots and stayed undefeated in the Ivy League. Next: at Pennsylvania, Tuesday.

10 Michigan State (20-5)

Did not play. Next: vs. No. 11 Purdue, Sunday.

11 Purdue (23-6)

Did not play. Next: at No. 10 Michigan State, Sunday.

12 Arkansas (22-7)

Lost to Alabama 65-63.

Brian Williams scored 20 points, including a free throw with 5.9 seconds left, as Alabama upset No. 12 Arkansas to give fired Crimson Tide coach David Hobbs a victory in his last regular season game. Next: SEC tournament, Friday.

13 Mississippi (21-5)

Beat Auburn 74-67.

Ansu Sesay, one of three Mississippi players in their last home game, scored 24 points Saturday as the No. 13 Rebels clinched at least a share of the Southeastern Conference West Division. Next: SEC tournament, Friday.

14 South Carolina (21-6)

Lost to No. 7 Kentucky 69-57. See above. Next: SEC tournament, Friday.

15 Texas Christian (26-4)

Beat Rice 86-73.

Lee Nailon scored 25 points as No. 15 Texas Christian won its 15th consecutive game, becoming the first Western Athletic Conference team to go undefeated in the conference. Next: WAC tournament, Thursday.

16 New Mexico (21-6)

Lost to No. 5 Utah. See story D1. Next: WAC tournament, Thursday.

17 Cincinnati (23-5)

Beat Saint Louis 61-58.

D'Juan Baker made a jumper with 17 seconds left as Cincinnati overcame an 18-point deficit to clinch the best regular-season record in Conference USA. Next: Conference USA tournament, Thursday.

18 UCLA (21-6)

Did not play. Next: at Washington, Sunday.

19 West Virginia (22-7)

Lost to Miami 70-66.

Kevin Norris wanted his Miami career to end in a bang. He got his wish Saturday. Norris scored seven points in the final 1:09, lifting Miami to a 70-66 victory over No. 19 West Virginia on Saturday that boosted the Hurricanes' NCAA tournament hopes. Next: Big East tournament, Wednesday or Thursday.

20 Massachusetts (20-8)

Did not play. Next: at No. 24 Temple, Sunday.

21 Michigan (21-8)

Beat Wisconsin 76-70.

Robert Traylor scored 26 points and Louis Bullock added 25 to lead Michigan. Jerod Ward added 11 points for the Wolverines who won their third straight to clinch the No. 4 seed in the first Big Ten tournament. Next: Big Ten tournament, Friday.

22 Illinois (21-8)

Did not play. Next: Big Ten tournament, Friday.

23 Syracuse (21-7)

Did not play. Next: vs. Georgetown, Sunday.

24 Temple (19-7)

Lost to Maryland 83-66.

Rodney Elliott, playing the final regular-season game of his career in his hometown, scored 20 points and grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds to lead Maryland. Laron Profit added 21 points for the Terrapins. Next: vs. No. 20 Massachusetts, Sunday.

25 Oklahoma State (21-4)

Did not play. Next: vs. No. 4 Kansas, Sunday.