1 Memphis (26-1)Next: vs. Tulsa, Wed.

Lost to No. 2 Tennessee 66-62

2 Tennessee (25-2)Next: at No. 20 Vanderbilt, Tue.

Beat No. 1 Memphis 66-62

3 North Carolina (25-2)Next: vs. Wake Forest, today

Did not play

4 Kansas (24-3)Next: at Iowa St., Wed.

Lost to Oklahoma St. 61-60

5 Duke (23-3)Next: vs. Georgia Tech, Wed.

Beat St. John's 86-56

At Durham, N.C., Duke snapped its losing streak and rediscovered a measure of its swagger with a romp over the struggling Red Storm, a balanced victory led by 16 points from freshman Kyle Singler.

6 UCLA (24-3)Next: at Arizona St., Thur.

Beat Oregon 75-65

At Los Angeles, Russell Westbrook scored 16 points and helped rally UCLA from an 11-point second-half deficit to a 75-65 victory over Oregon.

7 Texas (23-4)Next: vs. No. 24 Kansas St., Mon.

Beat Oklahoma 62-45

At Austin, Texas, with D.J. Augustin spinning, twisting and shooting his way to 19 points and a defense that held Oklahoma to a season-low point total, Texas set a school record with the Longhorns' seventh straight Big 12 victory.

8 Butler (25-3)Next: vs. Wright St., Thur.

Lost to No. 16 Drake 71-64

At Indianapolis, Drake snapped a nine-game winning streak for Butler, which led by four points midway through the second half but went scoreless for almost 5 minutes during a decisive 9-0 run by Drake.

9 Stanford (21-4)Next: vs. California, today

Did not play

10 Xavier (23-4)Next: at Dayton, today

Did not play

11 Wisconsin (22-4)Next: at Ohio St., today

Did not play

12 Georgetown (22-4)Next: vs. St. John's, Wed.

Beat Cincinnati 73-53

At Washington, Roy Hibbert, the Hoyas' leading scorer and rebounder, had 12 points and five blocked shots — one short of his career high — against Cincinnati.

13 Connecticut (21-6)Next: at Rutgers, Tue.

Lost to Villanova 67-65

At Philadelphia, freshman Corey Stokes and sophomore Scottie Reynolds both scored 18 points and the Wildcats beat Connecticut on Saturday, snapping the Huskies' 10-game winning streak.

14 Purdue (21-6)Next: vs. Minnesota, Wed.

Did not play

15 Indiana (23-4)Next: vs. Ohio St., Tue.

Beat Northwestern 85-82

At Evanston, Ill., D.J. White altered a potential go-ahead layup by Northwestern's Michael Thompson, then hit two free throws to make it 85-82 with 5 seconds left. Thompson missed a pull-up 3-pointer at the buzzer, and the Hoosiers moved into a three-way tie for first with Wisconsin and Purdue.

16 Drake (24-3)Next: at Missouri St., Tue.

Beat No. 8 Butler 71-64

At Indianapolis, sophomore Josh Young scored a career-high 25 points, including three clinching free throws when he was fouled on a desperation 3-point attempt with 20 seconds to go in the Bulldogs' 71-64 victory.

17 Washington St. (21-6)Next: at Cal, Thur.

Lost to Arizona 65-55

At Pullman, Wash., Chase Budinger scored 22 points and Jerryd Bayless had all 20 of his points in the second half to help Arizona upset Washington State.

18 Louisville (21-6)Next: at Pittsburgh, today

Did not play

19 Michigan St. (22-5)Next: at No. 11 Wisc., Thur.

Beat Iowa 66-52

At East Lansing, Mich., Raymar Morgan had a perfect shooting game but thought the best part of his day was helping coach Tom Izzo get his 300th victory at Michigan State. After his team grabbed an early 19-point lead, Morgan scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half to help the Spartans beat Iowa.

20 Vanderbilt (23-4)Next: vs. No. 2 Tennessee, Tue.

Beat Georgia 86-74

At Nashville, Tenn., Vanderbilt shot 63 percent from the field in the second half and pulled away from the Bulldogs. Shan Foster scored 29 points Alex Gordon added 23 for the Commodores.

21 Notre Dame (20-5)Next: vs. Syracuse, today

Did not play

22 Texas A&M (20-7)Next: vs. Texas Tech, Wed.

Lost to Nebraska 65-59

At College Station, Texas, Sek Henry hit two 3-pointers in the last 5 minutes to help the Cornhuskers to a victory over Texas A&M, their second straight win over a ranked team.

23 St. Mary's (23-3)Next: vs. San Diego, Mon.

vs. Kent State, late

24 Kansas St. (18-8)Next: vs. No. 7 Texas, Mon.

Lost to Baylor 92-86

At Waco, Texas, Michael Beasley and Bill Walker are going to need some help if Kansas State is going to win its first Big 12 championship. Beasley set a Big 12 record with 44 points and Walker scored 31 on Saturday night, and yet the Wildcats lost their fourth straight road game.

25 Marquette (20-6)Next: at Villanova, Mon.

Beat Rutgers 78-48

At Milwaukee, Marquette's trio of junior guards — Jerel McNeal, Dominic James and Wesley Matthews — combined for 39 points and the Golden Eagles beat Rutgers for their fourth straight victory.