Hank Thorns scored eight of his 32 points in overtime for host TCU, which overcame an 18-point deficit for a 102-97 victory over No. 11 UNLV on Tuesday night.
It was the first win for TCU (15-10, 5-4 Mountain West) over a ranked team since February 2007.
The Horned Frogs, who have won seven in a row at home, hadn't led since the opening minutes when Thorns started overtime with a layup to make it 87-85, and they didn't give the lead up. Thorns made his eighth 3-pointer with 1:21 left, dribbling through a couple defenders and shooting over another one to make it 96-91.
No. 14 Florida 61, Alabama 52: Patric Young took advantage of Alabama's frontcourt, which has been depleted by suspensions, with 19 points to lead visiting Florida.
The Gators (20-6, 8-3 Southeastern Conference) scored the first 16 points of the second half to turn a tie game into a comfortable win after losing two straight.
The Crimson Tide (16-9, 5-6) have lost two in a row without their top two scorers and rebounders JaMychal Green and Tony Mitchell, who are on indefinite suspension. Guards Trevor Releford and Andrew Steele did rejoin the team and the starting lineup.
Young scored 12 in the second half despite heading to the bench with four fouls halfway through and fouling out late. He finished 9-for-12 from the field.
Clemson 60, No. 22 Virginia 48: Andre Young and Tanner Smith scored 13 points each and Clemson held visiting Virginia to its lowest point total this season.
Virginia looked out of synch with outside threat Joe Harris playing in a cast after breaking his left hand in a loss to North Carolina last Saturday. He came in averaging 12 points, but hit only one of five shots for two points.
Campbellsville 83, Mountain State 75: Host Campbellsville hit 16 three-pointers and upset Mountain State, ranked ninth in in NAIA.
Mountain State, which got a game-high 21 points from Mark Williams, had won eight in a row. Campbellsville is the first team to beat Mountain State twice in the same season since Union did it in 2005-06.
Campbellsville senior point guard Cedric Henderson had 13 assists while turning the ball over twice. He also scored 15 points.
Justin Ennis led CU in scoring with 21 points, including five three-pointers, and sophomores Jordan Myers and Kevin Bobson each had four three-pointers and scored 18 and 14 points, respectively.
Indiana-Southeast 70, Berea 57: IU Southeast beat visiting Berea for its fifth straight win. The Grenadiers were led by Wes Cox's 17 points off the bench. Kegan Clark had a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds. Guard Harry Cross led Berea with 22 points.
No. 19 Louisville 71, Pittsburgh 66: Antonita Slaughter hit a jumper to force overtime, then had four points and a steal in the extra period to help Louisville hand Pitt its 11th straight loss.
Slaughter finished with 14 points for the Cardinals (19-7, 8-5 Big East), who overcame a seven-point deficit with 5:02 left in regulation.
In overtime, Slaughter and Bria Smith made two layups each. The Cardinals were up 69-66 before Slaughter's steal with 1:22 remaining, then neither team scored until Becky Burke's two free throws with 15 seconds left.
No. 4 Notre Dame 66, Providence 47: Devereaux Peters had 19 points and 11 rebounds, her eighth double-double of the season, to lead Notre Dame past visiting Providence.
Skylar Diggins had with 19 points and seven assists for the Irish (25-2, 12-1 Big East).
Kentucky Christian 71, Pike ville 66: Tanya Bowens had 19 points to lead visiting Kentucky Christian. The losers got a game-high 31 points from Jalisa Jones, who hit 12 of 18 shots.