No. 5 Indiana 93, ?Jacksonville 59
Jordan Hulls scored 17 of his season-high 20 points in the first half, leading No. 5 Indiana past visiting Jacksonville on Friday night.
The Hoosiers (12-1) will take a three-game winning streak into Big Ten play, which begins Monday at Iowa. Indiana also has won 29 consecutive non-league games at Assembly Hall.
Jacksonville (5-8) was led by Dylan Fritsch with 15 points and Jarvis Haywood with nine, but is now 0-4 this season against teams from the traditional power conferences.
Indiana wasnít itself early, missing its first four shots and committing four turnovers in the first three minutes. But the Hoosiers eventually turned it around and used a 9-2 first-half spurt to start pulling away. Hulls followed that flurry with three straight 3-pointers, helping the Hoosiers take a 48-33 halftime lead.
Indiana never let up in the second half, extending the lead to as much as 42.
No. 13 Gonzaga 94, ?Baylor 87
Kevin Pangos made seven 3-pointers and scored 31 points to lead No. 13 Gonzaga past visiting Baylor.
Kelly Olynyk scored 21 for Gonzaga (12-1), Elias Harris had 17 and Gary Bell Jr. added 12. The Bulldogs shot 52 percent from the field on 31 of 59 shooting. Pangos made 10 of 13 shots and finished two points shy of his career-high.
Pierre Jackson led Baylor (8-4) with 26 points, Isaiah Austin, a 7-foot-1 220-pound freshman, had 20 and Cory Jefferson added 13. The Bears also shot 52 percent for the game, but attempted 21 fewer free-throws than Gonzaga.
Gonzaga didnít hold a lead until the 4:53 mark of the first half. But once they got the lead, they were determined not to relinquish it. The Bulldogs never trailed after halftime and led by as many as 12.
Baylor made its first three 3-point attempts of the second half, two by Jackson, and cut the deficit to 49-44. Jackson entered the contest as the scoring leader in the Big 12, averaging 19 points. Pangos and Olynyk combined to score 15 straight Gonzaga points in five minutes.