TOP 25: ?Arkansas 74,?No. 5 Texas A&M 71

Moses Kingsley had 18 points and 11 rebounds, Dusty Hannahs and Anthlon Bell scored 17 apiece and Arkansas ended No. 5 Texas A&Mís 10-game winning streak with a victory Wednesday night.

The loss was the first for the visiting Aggies (17-3, 7-1 Southeastern Conference) since a defeat at Arizona State on Dec. 5, ending the schoolís longest winning streak since a 13-game stretch during the 2010-11 season.

Bell and Hannahs each hit three 3-pointers for the Razorbacks (10-10, 4-4), who ended a three-game losing streak and won their eighth straight against Texas A&M in Bud Walton Arena.

Danuel House scored 24 points and shot 4 of 5 from 3-point range to lead Texas A&M, which was 19 of 48 (39.6 percent) from the field.

The Aggies trailed throughout the first half and by as many as 10 points while struggling to keep possession of the ball against an Arkansas team they defeated 92-69 in College Station on Jan. 2.

Texas A&M committed 13 first-half turnovers and trailed 40-33 at halftime, but took a one-point lead three times in the second half ó the last coming when two free throws by Tyler Davis produced a 60-59 ≠advantage.

Arkansas regained the lead for good on a floater by Manuale Watkins, and Anton Beard and Hannahs hit free throws in the final minute to help secure the win.

After Hannahs made two foul shots with 6.4 seconds remaining to put the Razorbacks up 74-71, Texas A&Mís DJ Hogg missed a 3-point try at the buzzer.

Tyler Davis finished with 14 points and hit eight of nine free throws for the Aggies. Jalen Jones and Alex Caruso had 10 points each.

Bell was the catalyst for Arkansasí early success, hitting the opening 3 of the game and scoring 13 points in the first half on 5-of-6 shooting.

BIG TEN: ?Michigan 68,?Rutgers 57

It was a night of firsts for Michiganís John Beilein. Duncan Robinson scored 10 of his 18 points during the first half when the Wolverines were sluggish in a win over visiting Rutgers.

For the only time in 1,100-plus games as a coach, Beilein said he lost his scouting report and saw a player pass the ball to an official after the first free throw was missed in a 1-and-1 situation.

Beilein said he wanted to review some scouting tips before the game, as he always does, but simply couldnít find the four- to five-page document.

ďThat was a bad start,Ē he said.

It was a bad ending for the Scarlett Knights, who wasted an opportunity to potentially make the final minute very interesting.

Michiganís Zak Irvin missed the front end of a 1-and-1 opportunity at the line, and Rutgersí Greg Lewis got the rebound and obliviously tossed the ball to an official out of bounds.

Michigan (16-5, 6-2 Big Ten) has three straight victories. Derrick Walton scored 14 points.

Wolverines reserve Aubrey Dawkins scored 11 points, Mark Donnal had 10 points while Irvin added eight points, 12 ≠rebounds and eight assists.

The Scarlet Knights (6-15, 0-8) are winless in the conference. Mike Williams scored 17 and Corey Sanders finished with 15 points.

No. 16 Louisville 91, Virginia Tech 83

Damion Lee scored 29 points and No. 16 Louisville used sharp shooting from behind the 3-point arc to overcome foul trouble and beat host Virginia Tech.

Lee hit his first six tries from long range and Trey Lewis made four 3s in the second half for the Cardinals (17-3, 6-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). Lewis finished with 22 points, all but two coming in the second half.

Jalen Hudson scored 27 points, Seth Allen had 26 and Zach LeDay 20 for the Hokies (12-9, 4-4).