TOP 25:?No. 1 Oklahoma 91, ?Texas Tech 67

Buddy Hield scored 30 points to help host Oklahoma defeat Texas Tech.

Hield, the nation’s No. 2 scorer, made 9 of 12 shots, including 5 of 8 3-point attempts, and 7 of 8 free throws. It was his seventh game with 30 or more points this season.

Isaiah Cousins scored 19 points, Jordan Woodard added 15 and Khadeem Lattin had a career-high eight blocks for the Sooners (17-2, 6-2 Big 12), who remained in first place in the conference.

Oklahoma, which leads the nation in 3-point percentage, made 12 of 23 from beyond the arc and shot 53 percent overall.

No. 11 Virginia 72, ?Wake Forest 71

Darius Thompson hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Virginia a victory over host Wake Forest.

Malcolm Brogdon scored 28 points and Anthony Gill added 17 for the Cavaliers (16-4, 5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference). The league’s top 3-point shooting team shook off a miserable night on the perimeter, hitting four 3s in the final minute to pull out a most unlikely victory.

No. 9 West Virginia 70, ?Kansas State 55

Jonathan Holton had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead host West Virginia to a victory over Kansas State, giving the Mountaineers a sweep of the season series.

It was Holton’s second double-double in three games for the Mountaineers (17-3, 6-2 Big 12).

Justin Edwards had 11 points for Kansas State (12-8, 2-6), which cut West Virginia’s lead to single digits in the second half just once. Dean Wade had nine points for the Wildcats, who connected on 20 of 57 shots (35.1 percent), and lost for the fifth straight time.

Wisconsin 82, ?No. 19 Indiana 79 (OT)

Nigel Hayes scored 31 points, Ethan Happ added 25 and host Wisconsin snapped Indiana’s 12-game winning streak with a victory in overtime.

The Badgers (12-9, 4-4 Big Ten) missed several chances in the closing minutes of overtime to put the game out of reach after Bronson Koenig and Jordan Hill each went 1 of 2 at the free throw line.

Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell’s 3 with 5 seconds left pulled the Hoosiers within 80-79 before Hayes stretched the lead back to three with two free throws.

MAC:?Central Michigan 68, Miami 51

Chris Fowler scored 21 points, made nine assists and hit all 11 of his free-throw attempts to lead Central Michigan over host Miami (Ohio).

Braylon Rayson scored 14 points, Rayshawn Simmons added 12 and the Chippewas (11-9, 4-3 Mid-American Conference) made 18 of 20 free throws.

Up by two at halftime, the Chippewas pulled away on a 15-2 run in which Rayson and Luke Myer each hit 3s to lead 50-36 with 13:54 to play.

Ohio 81, Toledo 79

Kenny Kaminski scored 22 points as Ohio lost a 20-point second-half lead but held on to beat host Toledo.

Toledo was trailing 79-77 with 19 seconds left when Nathan Boothe drove the right baseline for a layup.

Buffalo 76, ?Ball State 64

Lamonte Bearden scored 18 points with six assists, Blake Hamilton added 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds and host Buffalo beat Ball State.

Jarryn Skeete and Willie Conner scored 12 apiece for the Bulls (11-9, 4-3 Mid-American Conference), who outscored the Cardinals 40-26 in the paint and scored 24 points on 19 Ball State turnovers.

Bowling Green 79, ?Western Michigan 78

Matt Fox made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 53 seconds left to help Bowling Green edge host Western Michigan. Fox tied the game at 68-all with 3:45 to play before Western Michigan surged to a 74-70 lead.