Tyus Jones scored 17 points and hit a clinching three-pointer with about 10 seconds remaining Saturday night as No. 4 Duke ended No. 2 Virginia's 21-game home winning streak, 69-63.
Jones' three-pointer was the fourth in the last four minutes for the Blue Devils (18-3, 5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), who had missed 11 of 13 before hitting the critical long-range shots they needed.
Virginia (19-1, 7-1) started the second half with a 16-4 burst and led by 11 with just under 11 minutes to play before some ill-advised shots, turnovers and Duke's blistering shooting turned the tables.
Malcolm Brogdon led Virginia with 17 points and Justin Anderson had 11. Quinn Cook, who scored 15, hit three three-pointers in the last 4:38, including the one to give Duke the lead at 66-63 with 1:16 remaining. After Mike Tobey missed a free throw for Virginia, Tyus Jones hit the finisher with 9.9 seconds left, capping a game-ending 16-5 run for the Blue Devils.
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The loss left Kentucky as the sole unbeaten team in Division I.
Pittsburgh 76, No. 8 Notre Dame 72: James Robinson sliced through the lane for the go-ahead basket with 12 seconds left to lift Pitt, helping the Panthers improve to 14-3 all-time against top-10 teams at the Petersen Events Center.
No. 18 Northern Iowa 70, No. 12 Wichita St. 54: Seth Tuttle scored a career-high 29 points and the Panthers snapped the Shockers' 27-game regular season winning streak in league play and moved into a tie for first in the Missouri Valley Conference.
No. 20 Baylor 83, No. 19 Texas 19: Kenny Chery scored 19 of his 23 points in the second half and Royce O'Neale added 20 points to lead the Bears (16-5, 4-4 Big 12).
Texas (14-7, 3-5) made just five of 26 three-point attempts, many of them wide open.
No. 25 Butler 72, Marquette 68 (OT): Andrew Chrabascz had a career-high 30 points and eight rebounds, Kameron Woods (Lou. Eastern) had a career-high 18 rebounds and the visiting Bulldogs (16-6, 6-3 Big East) edged the Eagles (10-11, 2-7).
Tennessee 71, Auburn 63: Showcasing the tenacity of Bruce Pearl's best Tennessee teams, the Volunteers came from behind in the second half beat the Tigers.
Tennessee's victory spoiled Pearl's homecoming in his first matchup with the team he coached to six straight NCAA Tournament appearances from 2006-11.
Armani Moore scored a career-high 19 for the Vols while matching a career high with 13 rebounds.
South Carolina 67, Georgia 50: Laimonas Chatkevicius scored 12 points and Duane Notice had 11 to lead the Gamecocks.
Tyrone Johnson and Sindarius Thornwell added 10 points each as South Carolina won for just the second time since defeating then-No. 9 Iowa State in Brooklyn, New York on Jan. 3.
Georgia played without leading scorer and rebounder Marcus Thornton, a senior out with a concussion.
Florida 57, Arkansas 56: Michael Frazier II made two free throws with 1.9 seconds remaining to lift the Gators.
Dorian Finney-Smith added 16 points, nine rebounds and four assists for Florida, which won its second straight after a three-game losing streak.
Georgia State 74, Arkansas St. 43: Kentucky transfer Ryan Harrow had 21 points in 28 minutes for the Panthers (15-7, 8-3 Sun Belt).
Curtis Washington (Elizabethtown) had 12 points and five rebounds in 18 minutes off the bench.
Samford 68, Furman 58: Darius Jones-Gibson (Tates Creek) had 19 points, six assists, four rebounds and three steals for the Bulldogs (10-14, 3-8 Southern Conference).
Transylvania 87, Manchester 84 (OT): Alex Jones (St. Xavier) scored 30 points — including a pair of free throws that gave Transy an 85-84 lead with 12 seconds left in overtime — and the Pioneers (9-9, 6-5 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference) rallied from 17 down to win their fourth straight.
Georgetown 84, Shawnee St. 67: Noah Cottrill's 23 points led the Tigers (19-3, 7-2 Mid-South Conference) in their six straight win.
Murray St. 65, Tenn.-Martin 62: T.J. Sapp scored 20 points and Cameron Payne had 16 points, seven assists and two blocks for the Racers, who won their 17th in a row.
Morehead St. 76, Eastern Ky. 58: The Eagles opened the second half on a 14-0 run and never looked back after trailing by four at halftime.
Almesha Jones led Morehead (10-12, 6-3 OVC) with 26 points and seven assists.
EKU (8-11, 3-6) fell to the Eagles for the first time since Jan. 14, 2012.
Tenn.-Martin 95, Murray St. 85: Ashia Jones had a career-high 44 points — with no three-point attempts — in the Skyhawks' win over the Racers (5-17, 0-9). Her 44 matched a program best for a single game.
Georgetown 80, Shawnee St. 71 (OT): Devanny King had 22 points and 12 rebounds to lead the host Tigers in the upset.
Mykal Farris connected on a three-pointer as time expired to force overtime. Georgetown (12-7, 3-5 MSC) then outscored the 16th-ranked Bears (17-7, 4-4) 15-6 in the extra period.
Transylvania 70, Manchester 60: Katelyn Smith (Perry Central) had 25 points and 13 rebounds, Nicole Coffman (Casey County) scored 22 and the Pioneers pulled away late to remain undefeated in HCAC play (18-1, 12-0).
Fla. Gulf Coast 67, Northern Ky. 46: Melody Doss had 15 points, six rebounds and a block for the Norse (13-9, 4-3 Atlantic Sun). She became the 28th player to reach the 1,000-point mark for NKU.