Will Cummings scored 19 points, Quenton DeCosey had 18 and host Temple stunned No. 10 Kansas a 77-52 Monday night, snapping the Jayhawks' eight-game winning streak.
Jesse Morgan added 17 points and keyed a dominant second-half performance from the Owls, who were swallowed up after the game by a sea of Temple fans rushing the court at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Frank Mason III scored 20 points for Kansas (9-2), which shot 32.7 percent from the field and committed 17 turnovers.
No one else on the Jayhawks hit double figures, and leading scorer Perry Ellis was held to five points on 1-for-10 shooting.
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The Owls (8-4), who have won four of their last five, shot a blistering 58.3 percent from the field.
Florida Atlantic 69, Eastern Kentucky 66: The Colonels fell to 6-5 after a game that saw 13 lead changes and 12 ties.
With the game tied 60-60, FAU's Javier Lacunza hit a three-pointer from the corner to give his team the lead for good. The Owls (6-4) went up by six, 68-62, on a three-pointer by Jackson Trapp with 27 seconds left.
EKU scored four straight on a dunk by Ja'Mill Powell and a lay-up by Corey Walden to get within two. Trapp missed one of two free throws with four seconds remaining leaving the Colonels with a chance to tie, but Walden's shot from one step inside half court missed.
Walden led Eastern with 15 points to go along with four steals and three rebounds. Eric Stutz added 13 points, six assists and five rebounds.
Trapp hit six 3-pointers and had a game-high 19 points for the winners.
Earlier in the day, Walden was named Co-Player of the Week in the Ohio Valley Conference for his game-high 18 points in the Colonels upset over Miami (Fla.). The Hurricanes were ranked No. 18 at the time.
Northern Kentucky 81, Idaho 68: Anthony Monaco got a career-high 17 points and Tayler Persons got double-figures for the sixth time in seven games for the host Norse, now 6-6.
Persons hit nine of 17 shots for 23 points, while Tyler White scored 12 points, all in the second half, hitting four three-pointers. Daniel Capps had 11 rebounds for Northern.
Mike Scott led Idaho with 25 points, only four in the second half.
Murray State 83, Southern Illinois 71: Cameron Payne scored 22 points, Jeffery Moss added 21 and visiting Murray State won.
Murray State (9-4) shot 56 percent, including 9 of 21 from beyond the arc, and went 24 of 30 from the line.
Murray State used a 9-0 run midway through the second half to extend a seven point lead out to 16 and cruised to the win.
Tennessee 64, Mercer 54: Devon Baulkman scored a career-high 22 points off the bench Monday as Tennessee held Mercer without a basket for an 11-minute stretch.
After trailing 13-8, Tennessee (6-4) ended the first half on a 19-2 run and also scored the first basket of the second half.
The early-season matchup pitted two teams who faced each other in the last two postseasons. Tennessee beat Mercer 83-63 in last year's NCAA tournament after losing to the Bears 75-67 in the 2013 NIT.
Vanderbilt 79, Penn 50: James Siakam scored 17 points in his first start of the season. Siakam was elevated to a starting role after playing well as an energizer off the bench in the past 10 games. He started 28 games last year, but came off the bench after missing the season opener to attend his father's funeral in Cameroon.
Siakam scored the Commodores' first six points and finished 7 of 8 from the floor and 3 of 4 from the foul line.
Vanderbilt outrebounded Penn 39-24, including a 29-14 edge on the defensive glass.
No. 21 Ohio State 93, Miami (O) 55: Reserve guard Kam Williams scored 18 points to lead the Buckeyes, who are 10-0 at Value City Arena and 0-2 against ranked opponents away from home this season.
No. 16 Notre Dame 91, Northern Illinois 66: Pat Connaughton had 21 points and 10 rebounds and Zach Auguste added 16 points on 7-for-7 shooting and eight rebounds for host Fighting Irish (12-1). Demetrius Jackson also scored 16, with five assists and four steals.
Texas Christian 80, Grambling 39: Kyan Anderson scored 17 points in the Frogs' first game as a ranked team in almost 16 years. TCU is 12-0, the best start in school history, topping the 1997-98 team that opened with nine straight wins before making the Frogs' most recent trip to the NCAA tournament.
Ohio State 96, No. 21 West Virginia 54: Kelsey Mitchell scored an Ohio State freshman record 39 points in 27 minutes as Ohio State broke West Virginia's seven-game winning streak.
Mitchell made 12 of 18 shots, including 8 of 10 three-pointers, and hit 7 of 11 free throws to move into a third-place tie on Ohio State's all-time single-game scoring list.