Phil Mccarten, Associated Press
Yale's Ross Morin takes a shot over UCLA's Josh Shipp in the Bruins' 81-47 victory.

LOS ANGELES — Kevin Love and Russell Westbrook had 15 points apiece and UCLA breezed past Yale on Friday to remain unbeaten.

Luc-Richard Mbah a Moute had 14 points for the Bruins (6-0), who won their 24th straight at home. Josh Shipp added 12 points and Lorenzo Mata-Real had 12 rebounds.

Matt Kyle led the Bulldogs (1-3) with 10 points.

No. 1 NORTH CAROLINA 99, OLD DOMINION 82: At Las Vegas, Ty Lawson scored a career-high 23 points, Tyler Hansbrough had 27 and North Carolina advanced to the final of the Las Vegas Invitational with a victory over Old Dominion. UNC will play BYU tonight.

Wayne Ellington added 17 points for the Tar Heels (4-0), who pulled away with a strong second half.

Brandon Johnson led Old Dominion (3-2) with 16 points, but the Monarchs couldn't stop the Tar Heels from making 70 percent of their shots.

No. 7 TENNESSEE 74, WEST VIRGINIA 72: At Newark, N.J., Chris Lofton scored 19 points, JaJuan Smith made five free throws in the final 36 seconds and Tennessee held off West Virginia in the semifinals of the StubHub! Legends Classic.

Wayne Chism added 17 points and Smith finished with 15 for the Volunteers (5-0), who kept letting the Mountaineers (2-1) back in the game after seeming to take control.

Newark native Da'Sean Butler had 16 points to lead West Virginia. Darris Nichols added 15 and Alex Ruoff had 14.

No. 8 INDIANA 70, ILLINOIS STATE 57: At Hoffman Estates, Ill., freshman star Eric Gordon scored 31 points, the third time in four games he's hit for at least 30, and Indiana held off a second-half charge to beat Illinois State in the Chicago Invitational Challenge.

The Hoosiers (4-0) have won their first four games for the first time since the 2002-03 team went 8-0.

Levi Dyer scored 18 points for Illinois State (3-1), which was seeking its first victory over a Top 10 opponent since the 1983-84 season.

No. 9 WASHINGTON ST. 66, MONTANA 55: At Spokane, Taylor Rochestie scored 17 points and Washington State beat Montana in the Cougar Hispanic College Fund Challenge.

Washington State (4-0) also got 14 points each from Derrick Low and Aron Baynes and 12 from Kyle Weaver in holding off the scrappy Grizzlies. Baynes led all players with 9 rebounds.

Cameron Rundles scored 13 points to lead Montana (3-2), which stayed close much of the game by holding its own on the boards and making 8 of 18 3-pointers. Andrew Strait added 10 points.

No. 15 TEXAS 102, NEW MEXICO STATE 87: At Newark, N.J., A.J. Abrams had career bests of 31 points and nine 3-pointers to lead Texas to a victory over New Mexico State in the semifinals in the StubHub! Legends Classic.

D.J. Augustin added 25 points, Connor Atchley had 15 and the Longhorns (4-0) hit 16 3-pointers in a wide-open contest that paired schools that played a first-round game in the NCAA tournament in March.

Jonathan Gibson had 21 points to lead New Mexico State (2-3) in the game at the new Prudential Center. Justin Hawkins added 19, Paris Carter had 14 and Hatila Passos 13 for the Aggies, who never overcame an early 21-point deficit that resulted when they had trouble handling Texas' pressure defense.

No. 16 TEXAS A&M 70, OHIO ST. 47: At New York, reserve guard Derrick Roland scored a career-high 15 points and Texas A&M held Ohio State to one field goal in the first 11 1/2 minutes of the second half in the championship game of the NIT Season Tip-Off.

The Aggies (6-0) were ahead 31-25 at halftime and then turned on the defense, holding the Buckeyes (3-1) to 1-for-17 shooting to open the second half at Madison Square Garden.

Freshman center DeAndre Jordan and Walkup both had 11 points for Texas A&M. Senior forward Joseph Jones had 10 points and seven rebounds and was selected the tournament's MVP.

Butler had 17 points for the Buckeyes.

No. 17 PITTSBURGH 92, BUFFALO 45: At Pittsburgh, Sam Young started Pittsburgh on an early 22-point run with a one-handed dunk, a 3-pointer from the baseline, a blocked shot and a steal and the Panthers rolled over Buffalo.

Young, playing a much bigger role in Pitt's offense, ended with 20 points in 23 minutes and had eight rebounds as Pittsburgh opened 5-0 for the eighth consecutive season.

Vadim Fedotov scored 13 points for Buffalo (2-3), which nearly upset Pitt last season before dropping a 70-67 home-court decision when the Panthers were ranked No. 2.

No. 18 KANSAS STATE 73, CENTRAL FLORIDA 71: At Lake Buena Vista, Fla., freshman Michael Beasley had 30 points, Jacob Pullen added 19 and Kansas State beat Central Florida 7in the Old Spice Classic.

Jermaine Taylor had 20 points, Dave Noel scored 15 and Mike O'Donnell added 14 for Central Florida (2-2), which forced overtime after overcoming a double-digit second-half deficit.

Clent Stewart made two free throws and Darren Kent hit a 3-pointer to put Kansas State (4-1) ahead 70-65 four minutes into overtime.

No. 19 S. ILLINOIS 63, MISSISSIPPI ST. 49: At Anaheim, Calif., Randal Falker scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half and Southern Illinois beat Mississippi State in the Anaheim Classic.

Joshua Bone added 15 points, all on 3-pointers, and the Salukis (3-0) advanced to Sunday's championship game, where they'll play either Southern California or Miami of Ohio, which met later Friday.

No. 21 SYRACUSE 91, WASHINGTON 85: At New York, freshman Donte Greene scored 25 points and Syracuse overcame some poor free-throw shooting over the final two minutes to beat Washington in the third-place game of the NIT Season Tip-Off.

Eric Devendorf had 18 points and freshman Jonny Flynn added 16 for the Orange (4-1), who finished 34-for-52 from the free-throw line (65.4 percent). But the Orange went 5-for-12 from the line over the final 2:09 as Washington (3-2) was able to get as close as 88-85 with 24 seconds to play.

FLORIDA ST. 65, No. 25 FLORIDA 51: At Gainesville, Fla., Florida's young, rebuilt team was no match for Florida State's athletic and experienced squad.

Jason Rich had 20 points and 11 rebounds, Toney Douglas added 10 points and the Seminoles (5-2) beat the Gators to snap the two-time defending national champions' 15-game winning streak.

Walter Hodge (11 points) and freshman Chandler Parsons (10) were the only players in double figures for the Gators (5-1).