Jordan Hill had 15 points and 10 rebounds as No. 19 Arizona defeated San Diego State 74-58 in Tucson on Saturday, the Wildcats' sixth straight victory.
It was the third double-double of the season and second in a row for Hill. The 6-foot-10 sophomore was 6-of-7 from the field to lead the Wildcats in scoring for the third time in four games.
Jerryd Bayless had 15 points, Chase Budinger added 13 and Nic Wise had 12 as the Wildcats (9-2) tuned up for their Dec. 29 trip to No. 2 Memphis.
Kyle Spain scored 20 points for the Aztecs (9-3), who have dropped two of their last three.
This was the Arizona's second game since the school announced that Kevin O'Neill would succeed Hall of Famer Lute Olson when he retires. O'Neill took over as interim coach when Olson went on a personal leave of absence Nov. 4.
Olson hired O'Neill last spring to help the Wildcats improve their defense. They have done that.
The Wildcats had limited their last two opponents to 50 points or fewer; last year, Arizona held only two opponents under 50 all season.
Arizona held San Diego State to 32.2 percent shooting.
TCU 92, PRAIRIE VIEW 80: At Fort Worth, Texas, Kevin Langford scored 31 points, including 17 in the second half, to lead TCU to the 12-point victory.
Henry Salter added 24 points, including 18 off 3-pointers for the Horned Frogs (7-3). Brent Hackett added 11.
Aaron Smith led Prairie View (2-9) with 23 points. Brian Ezeh scored 14 and Derek Johnson 11.
Prairie View opened the second half with a couple of quick baskets to cut TCU's lead to 1 at 46-45. Salter hit hit three of his 3-pointers in about 90 seconds to put the Horned Frogs back up by nine.
UNLV 74, TENN.-MARTIN 48: At Las Vegas, Wink Adams scored a team-high 20 points to lead UNLV to the easy victory.
Adams, who had 19 first-half points, went 7-of-11 from the field, including 3-of-4 from 3-point range. He also had five rebounds for the Rebels (8-3).
Lester Hudson, the nation's third leading scorer, led the Skyhawks (5-7) with game-highs of 26 points and 11 rebounds. Hudson, who also had three steals, went 8-of-9 from the free-throw line.
The Rebels never trailed, leading by as much as 29 points, 44-15, at one point during the first half. The Rebels' lead never got below 22 points in the second half.
UNLV hit 30 of 63 shots from the field (48 percent) while Tennessee-Martin was 16-of-60 (27 percent).
AIR FORCE 75, COLORADO CHRISTIAN 61: Air Force Academy, Colo., Anwar Johnson, Tim Anderson and Andrew Henke each scored 13 points in the win over the Div. II team.
Johnson added five rebounds, and Anderson had five steals for Air Force in its third straight win.
Air Force (8-4) held Colorado Christian scoreless over a four-minute stretch of the first half to lead 31-14 with 5:10 remaining in the half. The Falcons led 37-17 at halftime a margin that proved to be insurmountable.
Colorado Christian (5-5) shot 51 percent from the field but was hurt by 29 turnovers.
COLORADO 73, COLORADO ST. 70: At Fort Collins, Colo., Marcus King-Stockton hit a layup with 31.3 seconds remaining and Richard Roby finished with 18 points, helping Colorado to hold off the Rams.
It was the Buffaloes' first win at Moby Arena in four years. Colorado's victory also snapped the Rams' 24-game home winning streak against non-conference opponents.
Colorado, who had been idle the last 10 days, led by as many as 12 points in the first half.
UTEP 79, Wyoming 73: At El Paso, Texas, Stefon Jackson scored 33 points, more than half of them at the free-throw line, as Texas-El Paso defeated Wyoming in the championship of the Sun Bowl Tournament.
Jackson hit 8-of-14 from the field and 17-of-21 from the free-throw line. Marvin Kilgore added 16 for the Miners (8-2). Only five other players scored for UTEP.
Brad Jones led a balanced Wyoming scoring attack with 16 points. Joseph Taylor scored 12, Brandon Ewing and Tyson Johnson each had 11 and Ryan Dermody scored 10 for Wyoming (5-5).