The Associated Press | January 25, 2014 Top 25: Behind 46 rebounds, Texas knocks off No. 18 West Virginia Share Texas knocks off No. 18 West Virginia 66-63AUSTIN, Texas -- Nneka Enemkpali scored 15 points and Brady Sanders had 14 as Texas knocked off No. 18 West Virginia 66-63 on Saturday.Texas (13-6, 4-3 Big 12) out-rebounded West Virginia (17-3, 6-2) 46-27, paced by Enemkpali with 21, a career high. Nekia Jones added 11 points on 5 of 7 shooting.Bria Holmes led the Mountaineers with 18 points, while Averee Fields chipped in with 12.The Longhorns used an 8-0 run, highlighted by a Chassidy Fussell 3-pointer, to go up 28-21 with 5:04 left in the first half and led 40-33 at the break.West Virginia opened the second half with an 11-4 run to capture the lead at 45-44. But Texas tied it at 61 on a pair of Sanders free throws with 4:19 left as the Mountaineers missed their final six shots and made just 2 of 5 free throws down the stretch.No. 20 Iowa State tops Texas Tech 85-76 in OTLUBBOCK, Texas -- Nikki Moody scored nine of her nine of 20 points in overtime and No. 20 Iowa State held off Texas Tech 85-76 Saturday night.Moody opened the overtime with a 3-pointer and, after Ivonne Cook-Taylor hit a jumper 27 seconds later, knocked down a jumper to give the Cyclones a 77-74 lead. After layups by Seanna Johnson - on which Moody assisted - and Moody pushed the Cyclones' lead to 81-74, Amber Battle answered with a layup that would prove to be the Lady Raiders' final points.Iowa State (15-4, 4-4 Big 12) held Tech (6-13, 0-8) without a field goal for 3:13 in overtime and opened the extra frame with a 9-2 run.Moody's jumper with 34 seconds left in regulation gave Iowa State a 72-70 advantage, but Battle tied the game 14 seconds later.Iowa State missed two shots in the final seconds.Battle finished with 24 points.Sherbert leads No. 25 Gonzaga by Pepperdine 69-39MALIBU, Calif. -- Lindsay Sherbert came off the bench to score 16 points and No. 25 Gonzaga held an opponent below 40 points for the third time, coasting to a 69-39 win against Pepperdine on Saturday.The Bulldogs (18-3, 8-1), who won their eighth consecutive and 10th in a row against Pepperdine, have allowed less than 50 points nine times. They out-scored the Waves (5-15, 1-7) 38-15 in the second half and forced 23 turnovers.Sunny Greinacher added 13 points and Haiden Palmer 11 for GU, which had a 37-28 rebounding advantage, including 15-6 on the offensive end.No player reached double figures for Pepperdine, which was without leading scorer Bria Richardson (16.9) and only had eight players.With Sherbert scoring 10 points, Gonzaga led 31-23 at the half. The Bulldogs opened the second half with a 10-2 run and was never threatened. They hit 10 3s while Pepperdine was 2-12.