TOP 25:?No. 15 Duke 80,?Florida State 65

Grayson Allen scored 18 points, Brandon Ingram added 16 and host Duke beat Florida State.

Marshall Plumlee had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Blue Devils (21-7, 10-5 Atlantic Coast Conference). Facing an unranked opponent for the first time since Feb. 6, they placed five players in double figures for the first time in league play and forced 14 turnovers while matching a season low with five themselves.

Luke Kennard finished with 12 points and Matt Jones added 11 in his first game back from injury for Duke, which has won six of seven.

Freshman guard Dwayne Bacon had 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Seminoles (16-12, 6-10). They have lost a season-worst five straight.

No. 24 SMU 69, Memphis 62

Sterling Brown scored 14 points to help visiting SMU shake off pesky Memphis.

SMU leading scorer Nic Moore was held without a point in the first half, but his floater with less than a minute to play gave the Mustangs (23-4, 11-4 American Athletic Conference) a 65-62 lead. Moore finished with 12 points on 4-of-9 shooting.

Memphis led 57-56 until Shake Milton hit a 3-pointer and Brown a pair of free throws for a four-point SMU advantage.

Marcus Kennedy had 12 points and eight rebounds for SMU.

BIG TEN:?Penn State 56, Nebraska 55

Shep Garner scored 22 points, made five 3-pointers and hit a go-ahead free throw in the final seconds and host Penn State hung on to beat Nebraska.

Brandon Taylor added 19 points and added five 3-pointers for the Nittany Lions (15-13, 6-9 Big Ten) who won their third-straight game and tied for their most conference wins under coach Patrick Chambers.

Shavon Shields scored 25 points for the Cornhuskers (14-15, 6-10) who lost their third straight and seventh in their last nine.

Penn State led by 18 with 14:16 to play but the Cornhuskers cut that lead to six twice and to two with 2:46 left.

After Taylor missed an alley-oop try with 1:06 left, Tai Webster brought Nebraska within two when he drew a foul on his way to the basket and sank one of two free throws. Penn State missed its next three shots and Michael Jacobson made two from the foul line to tie the game.

Garner put Penn State ahead for good when he made a free throw.