COLLEGE STATION, Texas (Sporting Alert) — The following are the scores and records, following the NCAA Top 25 men’s basketball games that took place on Saturday, Jan. 10.
No. 1 Kentucky stayed undefeated on the season, but had to survive a double overtime battle against Texas A&M in College Station, but No. 18 North Carolina upset No. 5 Louisville and Oklahoma State stunned No. 10 Texas on the day.
For the second successive SEC outing, the Wildcats were taken into overtime, but managed to come away with the 70-64 double overtime victory in their first road game in league play.
Devin Booker hit 4 of 7 from three-point range to paced Kentucky (15-0) with 18 points off the bench, while Aaron Harrison added 12 points, seven rebounds and three steals before fouling out.
Danuel House scored a career-high 25 points and nine rebounds to lead the way for the Aggies (9-5), which fell to 0-2 in SEC play.
House knocked down a pair of free throws with 0:19 left in regulation to send the game into overtime, as both teams finished at 53-53.
Trey Lyles returned the favors from the charity line for the Wildcats in overtime to send the contest into double overtime.
Dakari Johnson then scored six of his team’s 13 points in the second overtime to seal the win. He finished the game with eight points and nine rebounds.
With his only point of the contest, Tyler Ulis knocked down the go-ahead three-point jumper when the scores were tied at 63-63 with 1:26 left in the second extra-time, and then the top ranked visitors held on for yet another challenging win.
Kourtney Roberson had 11 points and eight board, Alex Robinson finished with 10 points and Alex Caruso supported with seven points, 10 rebounds, three assists and two steals in the defeat for Texas A&M, which dropped two in a row.
In an exciting contest at Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill, Marcus Paige scored from an acrobatic finished with 8.5 seconds left and North Carolina (12-4) edged to a close 72-71 victory over the fifth ranked Louisville (14-2).
Elsewhere on the Saturday, No. 3 Virginia improved to 15-0 on the season with a 62-56 victory over Notre Dame (15-2), while No. 8 Villanova (15-1) eased past DePaul (9-8), 81-64.
The 10th ranked Texas 58 (12-4) suffered its fourth defeat of the season after going down 69-58 to Oklahoma State (12-3), with No. 16 Oklahoma (11-4) dropping to a 66-63 defeat to Kansas State (9-7).
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(1) Kentucky 70 (15-0), Texas A&M 64 (9-5)(F/2OT)
(3) Virginia 62 (15-0), (13) Notre Dame 56 (15-2)
(18) North Carolina 72 (12-4), (5) Louisville 71 (14-2)
(6) Gonzaga 79 (16-1), Santa Clara 57 (7-10)
(8) Villanova 81 (15-1), DePaul 64 (9-8)
Oklahoma State 69 (12-3), (10) Texas 58 (12-4)
(11) Maryland 69 (15-2), Purdue 60 (10-7)
(12) Kansas 86 (13-2), Texas Tech 54 (10-6)
Kansas State 66 (9-7), (16) Oklahoma 63 (11-4)
(17) Iowa State 74 (12-2), (14) West Virginia 72 (14-2)
(19) Seton Hall 68 (13-3), Creighton 67 (9-8)
(20) VCU 89 (13-3), St. Joseph’s 74 (6-8)
(21) Baylor 66 (12-3), TCU 59 (13-3)
Indiana 69 (12-4), (22) Ohio State 66 (13-4)
(23) Arkansas 82 (13-2), Vanderbilt 70 (11-4)
Western Kentucky 72 (10-5), (25) Old Dominion 65 (13-2)