BIG TEN: ?No. 16 Michigan 77, ?Purdue 76

Glenn Robinson III got a late bank shot to roll in as time expired Wednesday night, giving visiting Michigan a dramatic overtime victory at Purdue.

The shot capped a remarkable rally. Michigan (20-7, 12-3) trailed by as many as 19 points in the first half, 13 at halftime and never led until the opening basket of overtime.

Robinson finished with 17 points, and Nik Stauskas had 15.

Terone Johnson had a season-high 22 points for Purdue (15-13, 5-10) while his brother Ronnie added 21. The Boilermakers have lost three in a row.

Michigan could have won it in regulation, but Stauskas came up short on a 3-pointer with 3 seconds to go.

In overtime, the Wolverines took the lead with three dunks and then won it after Robinson caught a lob pass in the right corner and spun away toward the basket.

Illinois 60, Nebraska 49

Illinois freshmen Kendrick Nunn and Malcolm Hill combined for 23 points and the host Illini ended Nebraskaís five-game win streak. Nunn scored 13 on 4-of-6 shooting for the Illini (16-12, 5-10 Big Ten). Nebraska (16-11, 8-7) had won seven of its last eight.

TOP 25: ?No. 3 Arizona 87, Cal 59

Nick Johnson scored 22 points, Kaleb Tarczewski added 16 and host Arizona quickly turned its rematch with California into a rout. Cal won the first meeting 60-58 on a last-second jumper by Justin Cobbs that sent the students pouring onto the court.

Arizona (26-2, 13-2 Pac-12) ran away from the Bears early in the rematch, using a big first-half run and good shooting (50 percent) all game to prevent a sweep.

No. 8 Villanova 67, ?Butler 48

Darrun Hilliard and James Bell scored 11 points each to lead host Villanova over Butler (12-16, 2-14). The Wildcats (25-3, 13-2 Big East) survived one of their worst 20 minutes of the season to win for the ninth time in 10 games.

They needed almost the first 10 minutes of the game to score 10 points, missed eight of their first nine 3-point attempts, and didnít have a player reach double digits in scoring until midway through the second half.

No. 12 Virginia 65, ?Miami 40

London Perrantes scored a career-high 15 points and host Virginia opened the second half with a 16-5 run to secure its 12th consecutive win. Perrantes hit all four of his 3-point attempts and Malcolm Brogdon also scored 15 points for Virginia (24-5, 15-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). Erik Swoope scored 13 points for Miami (14-14, 5-10).

No. 15 Iowa State 83, ?West Virginia 66

Georges Niang scored 24 points, DeAndre Kane had 17 and 11 rebounds and host Iowa State beat West Virginia for its seventh win in eight games. Naz Long had 15 points on five 3-pointers for the Cyclones (22-5, 10-5 Big 12).

Juwan Staten had 19 points and Eron Harris added 15 to lead West Virginia (15-13, 7-8).

No. 19 North Carolina 85, North Carolina State 84

Marcus Paige hit a driving basket with 0.9 seconds left to cap a career night and help visiting North Carolina beat North Carolina State in overtime. Paige finished with 35 points ó 31 after halftime ó and seven 3-pointers for the Tar Heels (21-7, 11-4 Atlantic Coast Conference), who won the 10th in a row. T.J. Warren scored 36 points to lead the Wolfpack (17-11, 7-8). The Tar Heels were down 11 points in the first half.

No. 24 Texas 74, Baylor 69

Cameron Ridley had 20 points and 10 rebounds and made a big defensive play with a block in the final minute as host Texas held on to beat Baylor. Javan Felix scored 21 points on seven 3-pointers for Texas, which led by 18 points in the first half but saw Baylor pull within one late. Isaiah Taylor scored 13 points for the Longhorns (21-7, 10-5 Big 12)

MID-AMERICAN: ?Buffalo 69, Ohio 64

Javon McCrea scored 15 points as visiting Buffalo used a balanced attack to protect first place in the MAC. Joshua Freelove added 14 points, Jarod Oldham 13 and Will Regan 10 for the Bulls (17-8, 11-4).

Eastern Michigan 64, ?Central Michigan 42

Karrington Ward scored 18 points as host Eastern Michigan rolled over Central Michigan (10-17, 3-12). Glenn Bryant came off the bench to add 12 points for the Eagles (16-12, 8-7).

Western Michigan 88, ?Ball State 81

Connar Tava made 1-of-2 free throws with 7 seconds left in regulation and then scored six points in overtime as Western Michigan earned its eighth win in a row and handed host Ball State(4-22, 1-14) its 10th consecutive loss. Western Michigan trailed 69-62 with 3:57 left, but David Brown and Shayne Whittington combined to go on an 8-2 run to pull within 71-70. Whittington scored 28 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Western Michigan (19-8, 12-3).

N. Illinois 74, Toledo 66

Travon Baker scored 17 points and Jordan Threloff added 13 to lead host Northern Illinois. Down 32-31 at the break, Aaron Armsteadís four points capped a 15-5 run to open the second half and give Northern Illinois (13-14, 7-8) a 46-37 lead with 13:01 left. Pearson scored 27 points to lead Toledo (23-5, 11-4).