Nemanja Djurisic scored 15 points, Marcus Thornton had 14 and Georgia stretched its Southeastern Conference winning streak to five in a row with a 70-62 victory over visiting Vanderbilt on Tuesday night.
The Bulldogs (14-5, 5-2 SEC) broke open a tight game with a 9-0 run early in the second half, capped by Yante Maten's three-point play.
Georgia hit 7 of 12 three-point shots in the first half.
Vanderbilt (11-9, 1-6) lost its sixth straight, shooting just 36 percent from the field. Vandy got as close as four down the stretch.
Georgetown College 74, West Virginia Tech 71: The Tigers ran their record to 18-3, bouncing back to win after trailing by 10 at halftime.
Visiting Georgetown chipped away at the lead until tying the score and taking the lead 72-71 on two free throws by Deondre McWhorter with 1:48 left. Largely because of turnovers and defensive rebounding, the hosts didn't score again.
Noah Cottrill led Georgetown with 20 points and Mike Walker had 16.
Shariffe Sergeant got 19 points and 14 rebounds for West Virginia Tech.
No. 14 Virginia Commonwealth 72, George Washington 48: Freshman Terry Larrier scored 15 points and host VCU pulled away with a 16-2 run early in the second half for its 12th straight victory.
Larrier's point total was his highest since conference play began for the Rams (17-3, 7-0 Atlantic 10), and it came on a night when VCU scoring leader Treveon Graham managed just seven points on a tender left ankle and struggling Melvin Johnson continued to do so, scoring eight on 4 of 10 shooting.
No. 17 West Virginia 65, Kansas State 59: Tarik Phillip matched a career-high 12 points and the Mountaineers used its high-pressure defense to shut down the hosts.
In a game marred by fouls and poor play, West Virginia (17-3, 5-2 Big 12) forced the Wildcats (12-9, 5-3) into 25 turnovers while holding them to 36 percent shooting from the field.
Xavier 66, No. 21 Georgetown 53: Myles Davis scored 19 points in his third start of the season, and Xavier held Georgetown without a field goal for more than 11 minutes in the first half. Davis went 6 for 9 from the field, including back-to-back 3-pointers to cap an 18-4 run in which the Musketeers totally shut down Georgetown's motion offense.
Cards will play at Boston College as sch eduled
Louisville will play its game at Boston College on Wednesday as scheduled, assuming there are no problems with the Cardinals flight to Boston on Wednesday.
The team is scheduled to leave Louisville on a flight mid-day for the game at 9:06 p.m. Severe weather threatened to postpone the game, but improving conditions and snow removal are expected to allow the game to go on as scheduled.