1Tennessee (25-3)Next: vs. Kentucky, Sun.

Did Not Play.

2Memphis (28-1)Next: at SMU, Wed.

Beat Southern Miss. 76-67

At Hattiesburg, Miss. — Derrick Rose scored 23 points, including 11 in a 5-minute span of the second half.

3North Carolina (27-2)Next: vs. Florida St., Tue.

Beat Boston College 90-80

At Boston, Wayne Ellington had 18 of his 20 points in the second half, and Danny Green scored 18 to help the Tar Heels win their sixth straight.

4UCLA (25-3)Next: at Arizona, Sun.

Did Not Play.

5Texas (24-5)Next: vs, Nebraska, Tue.

Lost to Texas Tech 83-80

At Lubbock, Tex., Alan Voskuil scored 18 points, including six straight free throws down the stretch.

6Kansas (26-3)Next: vs, Texas Tech, Mon.

Beat Kansas St. 88-74

At LAWRENCE, Kan., — Brandon Rush scored 21 points and No. 6 Kansas took advantage of Michael Beasley's early foul trouble to build a big lead and cruise past Kansas State 88-74 on Saturday night.

7Duke (25-3)Next: at Virginia, Wed.

Beat N.C. State 87-86

At Raleigh, N.C. , DeMarcus Nelson capped a remarkable late rally by making two free throws with 1:01 remaining to give Coach K his 800th career win.

8Stanford (24-4)Next: at (4)UCLA, Thur.

Beat (22)WSU 60-53

At Stanford, Calif., Brook Lopez scored 25 points and pulled down six rebounds.

9Xavier (25-4)Next: at St. Jospeh's, Thur.

Beat GWU 66-56

At Cincinnati, C.J. Anderson scored 15 points and Xavier wasted an 18-point lead before rallying for its 11th straight victory.

10Wisconsin (24-4)Next: vs. Penn St., Wed.

Did Not Play

11Georgetown (24-4)Next: vs. (13) Louisville, Mar. 8.

Beat (21) Marquette 70-68(OT)

At Milwaukee, Roy Hibbert and Jonathan Wallace scored 20 points each for Georgetown.

12Indiana (24-4)Next: at (19) Michigan St., Sun.

Did Not Play.

13Louisville (23-6)Next: vs. Villanova, Sun.

Did Not Play.

14Butler (27-3)Next: Horizon Tourney, Sat.

Beat Detroit 65-31

At Indianapolis, Mike Green finished with 11 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists for the Bulldogs, who won for the 11th time in 12 games.

15UConn (23-6)Next: at Providence, Thur.

Beat WVU 79-71

At Hartford, Conn., A.J. Price said he never doubted UConn would beat West Virginia, not even when the Mountaineers trimmed a 17-point deficit to just three late in the second half.

16Purdue (23-6)Next: at Ohio St., Tue.

Beat Northwestern 68-43

West Lafayette, Ind.— freshman Robbie Hummel scored 15 points, and No. 16 Purdue moved into a tie with Wisconsin for first place in the Big Ten.

17Notre Dame (21-6)Next: at DePaul, Sun.

Did Not Play.

18Vanderbilt (24-5)Next: at Alabama, Mar. 8.

Lost to Arkansas 78-73

At Fayettville, Ark., Ross Neltner called a timeout the Commodores didn't have with 7.3 seconds remaining.

19Michigan St. (22-6)Next: vs. Indiana, Sun.

Did Not Play.

20Drake (25-4)Next: at MVC Tourney, Fri.

Beat Wichita St. 73-63

At Des Moines, Klayton Korver scored 19 points and Adam Emmenecker and Leonard Houston added 14 each.

21Marquette (21-7)Next: vs. FL Gulf Coast, Tue.

Lost to (11) Georgetown 70-68(OT)

At Milwaukee, coach Tom Crean said he wasn't upset with the effort because it was another sign his team is improving after a midseason lull.

22Washington St. (22-7)Next: vs. Washington, March 8.

Lost to Stanford 60-53

At Stanford, Calif., Derrick Low scored all 14 of his points in the first half, and Washington State blew it in the second half to lose for only the third time away from home.

23Kent St. (23-6)Next: vs. Miami(OH), Tue.

Lost to Bowling Green 89-83

At Bowling Green, Ohio — Brian Moten scored 24 points and had six of Bowling Green's 11 3-pointers.

24Gonzaga (1-0)Next: vs. Santa Clara, Mon.

Beat (25) St. Mary's 88-76

At Spokane — Jeremy Pargo scored all 18 of his points in the second half and No. 24 Gonzaga beat No. 25 Saint Mary's to break a tie for first place in the West Coast Conference.

25St. Mary's (1-0)Next: at Portland, Mon.

Beat Lost to (24) Gonzaga 88-76

At Spokane, in a fast-paced game with 17 lead changes, the Gaels were undone by making only three of their first 16 3-point attempts, although they recovered to finish 7-of-23.