(Sporting Alert) — No. Arizona was among the winners in the NCAA men’s college basketball top 25 results and scores on Sunday January 12.
Brandon Ashley and T.J. McConnell each scored a season-high 19 points and Nick Johnson added 15 and the Wildcats (17-0) beat Southern California 73-53 stay undefeated this season and go 17-0 for first time in school history.
Aaron Gordon added 12 points and eight rebounds in the victory as Arizona continue to show title winning form.
For USC (9-7), Byron Wesley led the way with 18 points, as the Trojans went just 2 of 10 from three point range in the defeat.
In another top 25 score, Luke Hancock and Russ Smith both scored 23 points and defending champions and No. 12 Louisville (14-3) held off Southern Methodist (11-4), 71-63 to bounce back from their defeat to Memphis on Jan. 9.
In one of the upsets on the night, No.20 Iowa (14-3) picked up a surprised 84-74 victory over No. 3 Ohio State (15-2).
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(1) Arizona 73 (17-0), USC 53 (9-7)
(20) Iowa 84 (14-3) – (3) Ohio State 74 (15-2)
(12) Louisville 71 (14-3), SMU 63 (11-4)
(13) San Diego State 79 (14-1), Air Force 72 (8-7)
Washington 71 (11-6), (15) Colorado 54 (14-3)
Stanford 82 (10-5), (17) Oregon 80 (13-3)
Northwestern 49 (8-9), (23) Illinois 43 (13-4)