This Week’s Men’s Top 25 Fared


No. 1 North Carolina (5-2) beat Portland 89-81; lost to Iowa St. 70-65; lost to No. 18 Alabama, 103-101, 4OT.

No. 2 Houston (6-0) beat Kent St. 49-44.

No. 3 Kansas (6-1) beat NC State 80-74; beat Wisconsin 69-68, OT; lost to No. 22 Tennessee 64-50.

No. 4 Texas (5-0) beat N. Arizona 73-48; beat Texas Rio Grande Valley 91-54.

No. 5 Virginia (5-0) beat Md.-Eastern Shore 72-45.

No. 6 Gonzaga (5-2) beat Portland St. 102-78; lost to No. 24 Purdue 84-66; beat Xavier 88-84.

No. 7 Baylor (5-1) beat McNeese St. 89-60.

No. 8 Duke (6-2) beat Bellarmine 74-57; beat Oregon St. 54-51; beat Xavier 71-64; lost to No. 24 Purdue 75-56.

No. 9 Arkansas (5-1) beat Louisville 80-54; lost to No. 10 Creighton 90-87; beat No. 17 San Diego St. 78-74, OT.

No. 10 Creighton (6-1) beat No. 21 Texas Tech 76-65; beat No. 9 Arkansas 90-87; lost to No. 14 Arizona 81-79.

No. 11 Indiana (6-0) beat UALR 87-68; beat Jackson St. 90-51.

No. 12 Michigan St. (5-2) lost to No. 18 Alabama 81-70; beat Oregon 74-70; beat Portland 78-77.

No. 13 Auburn (7-0) beat Bradley 85-64; beat Northwestern 43-42; beat Saint Louis 65-60.

No. 14 Arizona (6-0) beat Cincinnati 101-93; beat No. 17 San Diego St. 87-70; beat No. 10 Creighton 81-79.

No. 15 Kentucky (4-2) beat North Florida 96-56.

No. 16 Illinois (5-1) beat Lindenwood (Mo.) 92-59.

No. 17 San Diego St. (4-2) beat Ohio St. 88-77; lost to No. 14 Arizona 87-70; lost to No. 9 Arkansas 78-74, OT.

No. 18 Alabama (6-1) beat No. 12 Michigan St. 81-70; lost to No. 20 UConn 82-67; beat No. 1 North Carolina, 103-101, 4OT.

No. 19 UCLA (5-2) beat Pepperdine 100-53; beat Bellarmine 81-60.

No. 20 UConn (8-0) beat Oregon 83-59; beat No. 18 Alabama 82-67; beat Iowa St. 71-53.

No. 21 Texas Tech (4-2) lost to No. 10 Creighton 76-65; beat Louisville 70-38; lost to Ohio St. 80-73.

No. 22 Tennessee (5-1) beat Butler 71-45; beat Southern Cal, 73-66, OT; beat No. 3 Kansas 64-50.

No. 23 Maryland (6-0) beat Coppin St. 95-79.

No. 24 Purdue (6-0) beat West Virginia 80-68; beat No. 6 Gonzaga 84-66; beat No. 8 Duke 75-56.

No. 25 Iowa (5-1) beat Omaha 100-64; beat Clemson 74-71; lost to TCU 79-66.

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