Cody Zeller scored 18 points and Victor Oladipo added 13, giving No. 18 Indiana a 70-55 victory over No. 5 Michigan State on Tuesday.
The host Hoosiers (23-7, 10-7 Big Ten) became the second team in less than a week to beat three top-five teams this season. Kansas also achieved the feat.
"When we beat top teams like that we're nasty, we're scrappy, we're fighting," said senior Verdell Jones. Indiana is the only team to beat Kentucky this season
Draymond Green had 29 points for Michigan State (24-6, 13-4), which had won seven straight and was trying to clinch its second outright league title in four seasons.
The Hoosiers used a 12-2 run to build an 18-8 lead. Michigan State never got closer than four points the rest of the way.
It was Indiana Coach Tom Crean's first victory against his former boss, Tom Izzo.
Mississippi 77, Arkansas 75: Terrance Henry's three-point play with eight seconds left lifted Ole Miss past host Arkansas.
Henry finished with 19 points to lead the Rebels, who trailed by as many as 15 points in the second half before rallying. It was the second straight win for Ole Miss (17-12, 7-8 SEC) after a three-game losing streak.
The Razorbacks (18-12, 6-9) led 55-40 midway through the second half before faltering. The loss was Arkansas' third in a row at home after opening the season 17-0.
BJ Young led the Razorbacks with 19 points.
Indiana-Southeast 99, Brescia 63: Jake Simpson scored 20 points to lead Indiana-Southeast (25-7) to a sweep of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title games played in Berea. Southeast's women had won earlier.
Haris Batalevic had 20 for the winners, who outshot Brescia 55 percent to 40 per- cent and won the rebounding battle 42-31.
Brescia (16-6) got 15 points from Myron Christian.
Indiana-Southeast 77, Asbury 64: Megan Murphy scored 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead Southeast to victory in the KIAC title game.
Southeast ran off to a 17-0 lead and hit 53 percent of its shots in the first half to grab a 40-24 halftime lead. They went on to outshoot the Eagles 49 percent to 36 percent.
Asbury got 26 points from Laura Carroll and 12 rebounds from Lakin Griffith.
Lemoyne-Owen 73, Kentucky State 53: Shonice Sprouse led the way with 24 points as the LeMoyne-Owen Lady Magicians won in the first round of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament in Atlanta.
Raven Ward, Jasmine Davis and Shayla Moore all had 11 points for Kentucky State, which finished the season 9-18.
Cards to honor 3 seniors
Louisville will honor its three seniors — Kyle Kuric, Chris Smith and Jared Swopshire — at Wednesday's game against South Florida.
Kuric and Smith both joined the Cardinals as walk-ons and Swopshire will graduate and transfer after the season ends with a year of eligibility remaining after missing all of 2010-11 with a groin injury. Coach Rick Pitino said Swopshire hopes to get more playing time somewhere else.
Kuric leads the team with a 13-point average.
Smith laughed again about the often-told story that Pitino initially thought he was a ball boy when he transferred from Manhattan, but he has turned into a starter that's averaging 10.2 points.
Canaan, Prohm top OVC
Murray State junior guard Isaiah Canaan has been named the Ohio Valley Conference player of the year with first-year coach Steve Prohm the league's coach of the year.
The Racers won their third straight regular season title and go into the tournament semifinals ranked 12th in the country. They also are among only three Division I teams with only one loss at 28-1.
Murray State senior guard Jewuan Long is the OVC's defensive player of the year, while Myles Taylor of Tennessee Martin took freshman of the year.
Canaan scored 19.4 points per game, which ranked second in the OVC and 22nd in the nation. He also hit a league-best 92 three-pointers.
Eastern Kentucky's Jaron Jones made the second team and teammate Mike Dinunno made the All-Newcomer team.
On the women's side, Morehead's Courtney Lumpkin and Murray's Erica Burgess made the second team and Eastern Kentucky's Jade Barber made the All-Newcomer squad.
Honors for Thomas More
Thomas More College men's head coach Jeff Rogers was named Presidents' Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, and three of his players received all-league recognition Tuesday.
Rogers led the Saints to a 20-8 record and a tie for second place in the PAC regular season at 13-3. He guided the Saints to the title game of the PAC Tournament for the second time in his three seasons.
Junior small forward Phil Feinberg was named first- team All-PAC. He averaged 14 points and eight rebounds and had 27 blocks, 34 steals and 28 assists.
Senior center Colt Stafford was named to the second team. Senior guard Daniel Whelan got honorable mention.