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Krzyzewski gets his 900th win with Duke

January 26, 2014 

Duke didn't shoot the ball well nor did it have one of its big runs against Florida State.

Rather, the 18th-ranked Blue Devils gave their Hall of Fame coach a milestone win by aggressively crashing the glass, converting on turnovers and cashing in at the free-throw line.

Rodney Hood scored 18 points to help Duke beat Florida State 78-56 on Saturday, giving Mike Krzyzewski his 900th victory in his 34th season at the school.

Jabari Parker added 14 points for the Blue Devils (16-4, 5-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who shot 31 percent but nearly doubled the Seminoles on the glass while scoring 29 points off both turnovers and offensive rebounds.

Krzyzewski is the all-time leader in career victories in men's Division I with 973. He joins Syracuse's Jim Boeheim as the only coaches with at least 900 wins at one program.

"That's a lot of wins," Krzyzewski said. "I thank Duke for keeping me. I've been blessed with being at one of the greatest schools in the world."

No. 2 Syracuse 64, Miami 52: No. 2 Syracuse held Miami without a field goal for 7½ minutes down the stretch and made eight consecutive free throws in the final minute to remain unbeaten. Jerami Grant had 16 points and eight rebounds for the Orange.

No. 10 Iowa 76, Northwestern 50: Roy Devyn Marble scored 14 points and No. 10 Iowa never trailed, beating host Northwestern. Gabriel Olaseni had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawkeyes (16-4, 5-2 Big Ten).

No. 11 Oklahoma St. 81, West Virginia 75: LeBryan Nash scored a career-high 29 points and had nine rebounds for host No. 11 Oklahoma State. Nash was 10 of 13 from the field for the Cowboys (16-3, 4-2 Big 12).

No. 16 Iowa St. 81, No. 22 Kansas St. 75: Melvin Ejim scored 20 points and No. 16 Iowa State beat No. 22 Kansas State at home. Georges Niang had 18 points for the Cyclones (15-3, 3-3 Big 12), who blew a 12-point halftime lead before putting the game away late in the second half.

Texas 74, No. 24 Baylor 60: Texas freshman guard Isaiah Taylor scored a career-high 27 points and the Longhorns stretched their winning streak to five games.

No. 20 Pittsburgh 83, Maryland 79: Lamar Patterson scored 28 points, and No. 20 Pittsburgh completed its first regular-season sweep as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference on the road. Pittsburgh (18-2, 6-1) never trailed in the second half.

No. 4 Villanova 94, Marquette 85 (OT): Todd Mayo came up clutch again for Marquette, sending the game into overtime, but the Golden Eagles couldn't capitalize on the junior guard's late heroics. Ryan Arcidiacono had 20 points and 11 assists, and coolly guided No. 4 Villanova in the extra session.

No. 9 Wisconsin 72, Purdue 58: Sam Dekker and Traevon Jackson each scored 15 points Saturday, helping No. 9 Wisconsin end its three-game losing streak with a victory at Purdue. It was only their fourth win ever at Mackey Arena.

Georgia St. 66, Louisiana-Monroe 58: Ryan Harrow scored 18 points and Devonta White added 17 to lead Georgia State to a school record 11th straight win with a comeback on the road.

SEC

No. 6 Florida 67, Tennessee 41: Michael Frazier II scored 17 points, Scottie Wilbekin added 13 and No. 6 Florida handled Tennessee for its 11th consecutive win. The Gators (17-2, 6-0 Southeastern Conference) held the Volunteers (12-7, 3-3) to a season-low in points and shooting percentage (27). The Volunteers' leading scorer Jordan McRae, Antonio Barton and Josh Richardson combined to make two of 29 shots.

Missouri 82, South Carolina 74: Jabari Brown had 24 points with a career-best six assists and Jordan Clarkson added 22 points. Earnest Ross added 14 points for the Tigers (15-4, 3-3 SEC), who led by double digits most of the way and kept the Gamecocks (7-12, 0-6) winless in conference play. The winners combined for a season-best 18 assists.

Arkansas 86, Auburn 67: Ky Madden scored a career-high 24 points for host Arkansas. Madden had 19 points in the second half for the Razorbacks (13-6, 2-4 SEC).

Mississippi 82, Mississippi St. 63: Marshall Henderson and Jarvis Summers both scored 19 points to lead Mississippi. Summers scored on the game's opening possession, driving to the basket for a layup, and Ole Miss (14-5, 5-1 Southeastern Conference) never trailed.

Vanderbilt 66, Texas A&M 55: James Siakam scored 22 points and Kyle Fuller added 19 as Vanderbilt toppled host Texas A&M. The Aggies led 34-33 just 5 minutes into the second half before the Commodores (10-8, 2-4 SEC) ripped off 13 consecutive points to build a lead they wouldn't relinquish.

State

Western Kentucky 79, Louisiana-Lafayette 70: George Fant scored 25 points in Western Kentucky's road win. The Hilltoppers (13-7, 5-2 Sun Belt) got 18 points from Chris Harrison-Docks and Trency Jackson scored 17. The Hilltoppers shot 50 percent from the floor and made 24 of 27 free throws.

Lewis 76, Bellarmine 68: Bellarmine couldn't shake off an ice-cold start.Trailing host Lewis by 21 at halftime, the Knights closed the gap to just four points with just 21 seconds remaining but could get no closer.

Rose-Hulman 66, Transylvania 38: The Pioneer offense was silenced Saturday as Transylvania fell on the road. The Engineers outrebounded Transylvania 41-29 as the Pioneers went only 26 percent shooting from the field. The Pioneers were led by freshman point guard Mason Monroe with nine points.

Gophers go without Hollins

Minnesota will be without leading scorer Andre Hollins for a while. Gophers Coach Richard Pitino said Saturday that the junior shooting guard's sprained left ankle was more severe than anticipated. Hollins won't play Sunday at Nebraska, and Pitino said the team was also assuming he will miss at least the game next Saturday.

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