1Memphis (21-0)Next: vs. SMU, Wed.
Beat UTEP 70-64
At Memphis, Tenn., Chris Douglas-Roberts scored with 2:31 left to break a 60-all tie, and top-ranked Memphis remained the country's only undefeated team
2Kansas (21-1)Next: vs. Missouri, Mon.
Beat Colorado 72-59
At Boulder, Colo., Kansas overcame a slow start thanks to Darnell Jackson's 18 points and turned back Colorado's upset bid
3Duke (19-1)Next: at No. 4 North Carolina, Wed.
Beat Miami 88-73
At Durham, N.C., Greg Paulus scored 16 points for the Blue Devils, who won their ninth straight by scoring on nine of their first 10 possessions of the second half
4North Carolina (20-1)Next: at Florida St., Today
Did not play
5UCLA (19-2)Next: at Washington St., Thur.
Beat Arizona 82-60
At Los Angeles, Freshman Kevin Love had 26 points and 11 rebounds for his 13th double-double of the season.
6Georgetown (18-2)Next: South Florida, Tues.
Beat Seton Hall 73-61
At Washington, Jessie Sapp had 17 points, reserve Patrick Ewing Jr. scored 11 of his career-high 16 in the second half.
7Tennessee (18-2)Next: vs. No. 20 Florida, Tues.
Beat Mississippi St. 76-71
At Starkville, Miss., Chris Lofton scored 20 points and JaJuan Smith added 15 as No. 7 Tennessee held off the Mississippi St. upset bid.
8Michigan State (19-2)Next: vs. Northwestern, Sat.
Lost to Penn State 76-85
At State College, Pa., Stanley Pringle scored 19 points and Penn State went 16-of-20 from the foul line in the game's final four minutes to upend No. 8 Michigan State.
9Washington State (17-4)Next: vs. No. 5 UCLA, Thur.
Lost to No. 14 Stanford 67-65 (OT)
At Pullman, Wash., Robin Lopez hit a spinning layup with 12 seconds left in overtime to lift No. 14 Stanford to a 67-65 victory over No. 9 Washington State.
10Texas (17-4)Next: at Oklahoma, Wed.
Beat No. 25 Baylor 80-72
At Austin, Damion James came off the bench to score 17 points and grab eight rebounds, and No. 10 Texas rallied to an 80-72 win Saturday over No. 25 Baylor.
11Indiana (17-3)Next: vs. Northwestern, Today.
Did not play
12Butler (19-2)Next: at Valparaiso, Tues.
Did not play
13Wisconsin (17-3)Next: at Minnesota, Today.
Did not play
14Stanford (18-3)Next: Oregon, Thur.
Beat No. 9 Washington St. 67-65 (OT)
15Xavier (17-4)Next: at Saint Louis, Thur.
Beat La Salle 75-62
At Cincinnati, C.J. Anderson scored 16 points in Xavier's balanced offensive attack.
16Drake (20-1)Next: at Illinois St., Tues.
Beat Indiana State 83-77
At Terre Haute, Ind., Josh Young scored 18 points and Leonard Houston added 16 for the Bulldogs, who won their 19th straight.
17Marquette (16-4)Next: vs. Louisville, Mon.
Beat Cincinnati 75-60
At Cincinnati, The Golden Eagles rallied from a nine-point deficit in the first half to their first road win in the conference..
18Pittsburgh (17-5)Next: vs. West Virginia, Thur.
Lost to Connecticut 53-60
At Hartford, Conn., A.J. Price scored 21 points and Connecticut closed the game on a 9-2 run for a 60-53 victory over the Panthers.
19Vanderbilt (18-4)Next: at Georgia, Wed.
Beat Auburn 78-71
At Nashville, Tenn., The Commodores snapped a two-game losing streak and won for the first time in two weeks.
20Florida (18-4)Next: at No. 7 Tennessee, Tues.
Lost to Arkansas 61-80
At Fayettville, Ark., Sonny Weems scored 17 points, and Arkansas raced to a 25-point halftime lead en route to a victory over No. 20 Florida.
21Saint Mary's, Calif. (1-0)Next: vs. Gonzaga, Mon.
Beat Portland 86-49
At Moraga, Calif., Ian O'Leary scored a season-high 20 points as No. 21 Saint Mary's routed Portland.
22Kansas State (15-5)Next: Nebraksa, Wed.
Lost to Missouri 74-77
At Columbia, MO., J.T. Tiller scored a career-high 20 points, including two key free throws with 6 seconds left, helping short-handed Missouri overcome recent suspensions.
23Texas A&M (18-4)Next: at Iowa State, Tues.
Beat Oklahoma 60-52
At College Station, Tex., The Aggies led by one when Donald Sloan got a steal and cut through the lane for a layup that made it 54-51 with just less than 2 minutes remaining.
24Mississippi (16-4)Next: at Arkansas, Sat.
Lost to South Carolina 77-80
At Oxford, Miss., Dominique Archie scored 20 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 5.9 seconds left, and South Carolina upset No. 24 Mississippi 80-77 on Saturday.
25Baylor (16-4)Next: Texas Tech, Wed.
Lost to No. 10 Texas 72-80