Best numbers from Week 10
Duke failed to make a field goal in its final 11 possessions in a 72-59 loss to Clemson on Saturday. The Blue Devils misfired 11 times and scored but two points during that span.
In the past 15 seasons, Memphis has three road wins against top-12 teams. All three of them have been against Louisville after the Tigers beat the Cardinals 73-67 on Thursday.
Duke, North Carolina and NC State all lost Saturday, the first time that all three have lost on the same day since March 8, 1996, in the quarterfinals of the ACC tournament.
Arizona’s Nick Johnson scored 22 points in a 79-75 win against UCLA on Thursday, his sixth 20-point game of the season. He had three in his first two seasons combined.
Wichita State rallied from a 19-point second-half deficit to beat Missouri State 72-69 in overtime and extend its school-record win streak to 17 games.
Arizona beat Southern California 73-53 on Sunday to improve to 17-0, the best start in school history.
Notre Dame’s Garrick Sherman had 18 rebounds in a 77-70 loss to NC State last Tuesday. He also scored 21 points and had four assists.
Gonzaga lost to Portland 82-73 on Thursday, snapping a 20-game win streak against the Pilots.
Michigan State scored 20 points in transition in its 72-68 victory against Ohio State last Tuesday. The Buckeyes entered the game holding opponents to 7.4 points per game in transition, which was fourth in nation.
Iowa State missed 20 3-point shots in its 87-82 loss to Oklahoma on Saturday. The Cyclones made 71 percent of its 2-point field goals (28 of 39).
Arkansas lost to Florida 84-82 in overtime Saturday to snap its 23-game home winning streak.
Florida beat South Carolina 74-58 last Wednesday for its 24th consecutive home victory, matching the school record set from March 2006 to Nov. ’07.
Missouri lost to Georgia 70-64 in overtime last Wednesday to have its 26-game home win streak snapped, at the time the nation's longest home winning streak.
Duke's Rodney Hood had 27 points in a 79-57 win against Georgia Tech last Tuesday. He made 5 of 7 3-point shots.
Chattanooga’s Z. Mason had 30 points in an 82-78 win against Citadel last Monday. His stat line also included 14 rebounds (11 offensive), three blocks, two steals and two assists.
Rider’s Anthony Miles scored 30 points in a 94-91 double-overtime loss to Canisius on Friday. He made 13 of 15 free throws.
Southern Illinois’ Desmar Jackson scored 31 points in a 71-67 victory against Loyola Chicago on Wednesday. He also had six assists, four rebounds, four steals and a block.
Northwestern State’s Jalan West had 31 points in a 98-97 loss to Houston Baptist on Saturday. He also had eight assists, four rebounds and three steals.
UC Santa Barbara’s Alan Williams scored 33 points in a 72-64 loss to Cal Poly on Saturday. He also had 15 rebounds.
Troy’s Tevin Calhoun scored 35 points in a 98-84 win against Arkansas State on Thursday. He made 7 of 9 3-pointers.
Tennessee State’s Patrick Miller scored 37 points in a 102-94 loss to Southeast Missouri State on Saturday. He also had seven assists, four rebounds and three steals.
Canisius’ Billy Baron scored 38 points in a 94-91 double-overtime win against Rider on Friday. He made 12 of 13 free throws. He also had seven rebounds and seven assists.
North Carolina lost to Syracuse 57-45 on Saturday, tied for its fewest amount of points in the shot clock era (45-44 win at NC State in 1997) and tied for the lowest total by a Roy Williams team in his 896 career games as a head coach.
Lipscomb’s Josh Williams combined to score 62 points in two games last week. He scored 28 points in an 88-85 loss to Jacksonville last Monday and 34 points (making 13 of 17 shots) in an 82-80 win against East Tennessee State on Thursday.
Wisconsin beat Illinois 95-70 last Wednesday, the most points it has scored in a conference game since 1995 (97 vs. Northwestern). The Badgers went on a 20-0 first-half run.