Iowa brings Ohio State to earth with 67-64 win

UNC ends N.C. State run

Auburn, Indiana take falls

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February 10, 2000|By FROM NEWS REPORTS

Ohio State waited eight years to take sole possession of first place in the Big Ten. The Buckeyes held it for just 24 hours.

Dean Oliver kept Iowa in it until Kyle Galloway hit a three-pointer from the right corner with four seconds left last night as the Hawkeyes upset No. 5 Ohio State, 67-64, in Columbus, Ohio.

"If a team has a number next to it, we play pretty well," Iowa coach Steve Alford said, explaining the Hawkeyes' victories over nationally ranked Connecticut, Kansas and Ohio State.

The loss dropped Ohio State (16-4, 7-2) into a tie for first place with Michigan State in the Big Ten. The Buckeyes, who were all alone at the top for the first time since 1992 after Purdue beat Michigan State the night before, had won eight straight and 12 of 13.

North Carolina 70, North Carolina State 62: In Raleigh, N.C., Brendan Haywood scored 19 points and Joseph Forte added 16 as the Tar Heels (15-9, 6-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) ended North Carolina State's (15-6, 5-5) 14-game home unbeaten streak.

North Carolina has not lost in Raleigh since a 78-75 decision on Feb. 3, 1996.

N.C. State got as close as five in the final 1 1/2 minutes, but couldn't overcome the Tar Heels' 40-point performance in the paint.

No. 8 Tennessee 110, Georgia 83: In Knoxville, Tenn., Tony Harris scored 21 points as the Volunteers (20-3, 8-2 Southeastern Conference) routed the Bulldogs (9-14, 2-8) to reach the 20-win plateau faster than any other team in school history.

No. 25 Louisiana State 83, No. 9 Auburn 68: In Baton Rouge, La., Brian Beshara scored 24 points and Jabari Smith added 20 as the Tigers (18-4, 5-4 Southeastern Conference) shocked the War Eagles.

Minnesota 77, No. 10 Indiana 75: In Minneapolis, Joel Przybilla scored a career-high 33 points, including the game-winning basket with 3.9 seconds left, as the Golden Gophers (12-9, 4-7 Big Ten) stunned the Hoosiers (17-4, 7-3).

No. 13 Connecticut 87, Boston College 58: In Hartford, Conn., the Huskies (17-5, 6-3 Big East) rebounded from their worst loss of the season -- 85-66 at No. 6 Michigan State -- with one of their best offensive efforts in routing the Eagles (9-14, 1-9).

No. 17 Iowa State 72, Missouri 62: In Columbia, Mo., Marcus Fizer had 28 points and 12 rebounds as the Cyclones (20-3, 8-1 Big 12) rebounded from a poor first half to beat the Tigers (14-7, 7-2).

No. 18 Texas 76, Texas Tech 60: In Austin, Texas, Chris Mihm had 23 points and 15 rebounds for his 14th double double of the season as the Longhorns (16-6, 7-2 Big 12) rolled over the Red Raiders (9-11, 0-9).

No. 22 Vanderbilt 65, Mississippi State 64: In Nashville, Tenn., Dan Langhi scored 21 points, including the Commodores' (16-4, 6-3 Southeastern Conference) last four of the game, as they held on to beat the Bulldogs (12-10, 3-6) as Robert Jackson missed a potential game-winning shot at the buzzer.

Georgia Tech 68, Virginia 47: In Atlanta, freshman Clarence Moore scored 15 points and Alvin Jones blocked seven shots as the Yellow Jackets (11-11, 3-6 Atlantic Coast Conference) ended a four-game ACC losing streak with the rout of the Cavaliers (15-8, 5-5).

Women

No. 5 Notre Dame 81, Pittsburgh 74: In South Bend, Ind., Alicia Ratay scored 20 points and Ruth Riley 19, as the Fighting Irish (19-2, 11-0 Big East) survived an inconsistent performance to beat the Panthers (13-9, 4-7) and extend their school-record winning streak to 16.

No. 10 Rutgers 81, Providence 68: In Providence, R.I., the Scarlet Knights (16-4, 8-2 Big East) matched their season high for points allowed in a game, but still beat the Friars (9-12, 4-7) for their fifth straight victory.

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