Freddie Gillespie and Jared Butler each scored 17 points, and No. 2 Baylor beat Oklahoma State 75-68 on Saturday for its 14th straight victory.

Baylor (5-0 Big 12, 15-1) overcame a 12-point deficit in the last 14 minutes. Devonte Bandoo scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half.

Oklahoma State has lost five in a row. Isaac Likekele had 16 points, nine rebounds, five assists and four steals for the Cowboys (0-5, 9-8). Cameron McGriff also scored 16 points.

No. 11 Louisville 79, No. 3 Dukes 73: Freshman David Johnson had a season-high 19 points, and Louisville topped Duke in a key matchup in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s regular-season title chase.

Florida 69, No. 4 Auburn 47: Florida’s Omar Payne had the best game of his college career, finishing with 19 points and 11 rebounds.

Payne, a freshman from Kissimmee, was widely considered an afterthought in Florida’s highly touted recruiting class. Against the Tigers, he looked like a future lottery pick.

Depaul 79, No. 5 Butler 66: Paul Reed scored 23 points on 8-of-9 shooting, leading DePaul to the victory.

The Blue Demons (1-4 Big East, 13-5) knocked off a top-five team for the first time since beating No. 5 Kansas on Dec. 2, 2006. Jalen Coleman-Lands scored 20 points, and freshman Romeo Weems finished with 11.

No. 6 Kansas 66, Texas 57: Devon Dotson returned from a hip injury to score 21 points, including the final seven of the game for Kansas.

Dotson made a long 3-pointer with 2:49 to play, then closed out the victory with four straight free throws in the final 39 seconds.

No. 8 oregon 64, Washington 61, OT: Payton Pritchard hit his sixth 3-pointer of the game with 3.4 seconds left in overtime, lifting Oregon to the victory.

The Ducks (4-2 Pac-12, 15-4) avoided being swept on their trip north by rallying from a 48-32 deficit with 10:22 remaining in the second half. They handed Washington (12-7, 2-4) its third loss in four games.

No. 9 Florida State 83, Miami, Fla. 79, OT: Florida State forced 24 turnovers, including three in a row in overtime, and rallied from a nine-point deficit in the final 4:33 of regulation to earn their ninth consecutive victory.

No. 10 Kentucky 73, Arkansas 66: Kentucky kept its composure after coach John Calipari was ejected, holding off Arkansas for the road win.

Nick Richards had 17 points and nine rebounds, leading a balanced effort for the Wildcats (4-1 SEC, 13-4).

No. 14 Villanova 61, Connecticut 35: Jermaine Samuels scored 19 points, powering Villanova to the victory at the Wells Fargo Center. Samuels converted a three-point play with 2:51 left for a 52-51 lead and then buried a 3 with 31 seconds remaining that clinched another tight one for the Wildcats (14-3).

Houston 65, No. 16 Wichita State 54: Fabian White scored 14 points, part of a balanced attack for Houston in the road win.

No. 17 Maryland 57, Purdue 50: Jalen Smith had 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Maryland remained unbeaten at home. The Terrapins (4-3 Big Ten, 14-4) scored the game’s first nine points, led by 16 at halftime and managed to stay in front after Purdue closed to 52-47 with 6 minutes left.

No. 18 Seton hall 82, St. John’s 79: Myles Powell scored 23 of his 29 points in the second half, and Seton Hall extended its winning streak to eight games.

Arizona 75, No. 20 Colorado 54: Dylan Smith and Josh Green each scored 13 points, and Arizona cruised to the victory.

No. 23 Texas Tech 72, Iowa State 52: Kyler Edwards had 22 points coming off the highest-scoring game of his career, and Texas Tech pulled away for the victory.

No. 24 Illinois 75, Northwestern 71: Trent Frazier made four 3-pointers on his way to 16 points, leading Illinois to the win. Illinoishad five players in double figures. Ayo Dosunmu scored 14 points, and Giorgi Bezhanishvili had 13.

No. 25 Creighton 78, Providence 74: Marcus Zegarowski hit a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 2.7 seconds left, sending Creighton to the victory.

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