Zeller, No. 3 Indiana drops No. 1 Michigan Zeller, No. 3 Indiana drops No. 1 Michigan The Associated Press Feb. 02, 2013 Comments BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Cody Zeller scored 19 points and Victor Oladipo had 15, leading No. 3 Indiana to an 81-73 men’s college basketball win over No. 1 Michigan on Saturday night. It’s the third time in school history the Hoosiers (20-2, 8-1 Big Ten) have beaten the No. 1 team at home, and it’s the first time they’ve done it in back-to-back seasons. The win gives Indiana sole possession of the Big Ten lead and likely the No. 1 ranking it held for the first seven weeks this season when the new poll comes out Monday. In addition to Michigan’s defeat, No. 2 Kansas lost 85-80 to Oklahoma State. The Wolverines (20-2, 7-2) were led by Trey Burke with 25 points and Tim Hardaway Jr. with 18, but they couldn’t extend their four-game winning streak. Indiana took an early 20-7 lead and Michigan tied it only one time after that, at 40. The Hoosiers put it away with a late 7-2 run. OKLAHOMA STATE 85, NO. 2 KANSAS 80: In Lawrence, Kan., Markel Brown scored 28 points, Marcus Smart added 25 and Oklahoma State held on to upset Kansas, ending the Jayhawks’ nation-leading 18-game winning streak. Smart had a pair of key putbacks in the closing minutes, helping the Cowboys (15-5, 5-3 Big 12) go on a 13-2 run that turned a 66-62 deficit into a 73-68 lead with just over a minute left. The Jayhawks (19-2, 7-1) took advantage of a couple missed free throws, trimming Oklahoma State’s lead to 81-80 on a layup by Elijah Johnson with 18.8 seconds left. But unflappable freshman Phil Forte, an 89 percent foul shooter, made both of his tries with 7.9 seconds to go, and Johnson turned the ball over before Kansas could try a tying 3-pointer. Ben McLemore had 23 points to lead the Jayhawks. No. 5 Duke 79, Florida State 60: In Tallahassee, Fla., Seth Curry scored 21 points, Quinn Cook added 18 for Duke. Duke raced to an 18-2 lead, building a 26-point advantage at one point on the way to a 42-22 cushion at halftime. The Blue Devils (19-2, 6-2 Atlantic Coast) scored the game’s first 11 points. Freshman Aaron Thomas led Florida State (12-9, 4-4) with 14 points. PITTSBURGH 65, NO. 6 SYRACUSE 55: In Pittsburgh, Tray Woodall had 13 points, four assists and three steals for Pittsburgh. The Panthers (18-5, 6-4 Big East) improved to 13-1 against teams ranked in the Top 10 since the Petersen Events Center opened a decade ago. C.J. Fair led Syracuse (18-3, 6-2) with 20 points. No. 9 Butler 75, Rhode Island 68: In Indianapolis, Rotnei Clarke scored 23 points, Roosevelt Jones added 18 for Butler. Clarke scored 12 points in the first 11 minutes of the second half. The Bulldogs (18-4, 5-2 Atlantic 10) trailed 32-30 at the break, then went on a 15-3 run. Nikola Malesecix led Rhode Island (6-14, 1-6) with 18 points. California 58, No. 10 Oregon 54: In Berkeley, Calif., Justin Cobbs made an 18-foot jumper with 1:35 remaining then added a pair of free throws for California (13-8, 5-4 Pac-12). No. 11 Ohio State 63, Nebraska 56: In Lincoln, Neb., Lenzelle Smith Jr. had 21 points and Ohio State held off a late Nebraska surge. Ohio State (17-4, 7-2 Big Ten) led 53-38 after a pair of free throws by Aaron Craft with 9:05 left. Nebraska (11-12, 2-8) then made its comeback, outscoring the Buckeyes 15-5 and cutting the lead to 58-53. No. 14 Miami 79, No. 19 N.C. State 78: In Raleigh, N.C., Reggie Johnson tipped in a missed shot with 0.8 seconds left for Miami (17-3, 8-0 Atlantic Coast). Durand Scott led Miami with 18 points. C.J. Leslie had 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Wolfpack (16-6, 5-4). Northern Iowa 57, No. 15 Wichita State 52: In Cedar Falls, Iowa, Anthony James scored 16 points for Northern Iowa. Seth Tuttle had eight points, eight rebounds and four blocks for the Panthers (12-11, 5-6 Missouri Valley). They took control with a 14-0 run in the second half and became just the fourth Valley team in the past 23 games to beat Wichita State at home. The Shockers (19-4, 8-3) pulled within 52-50 on Carl Hall’s steal and bucket with 1:18 left. But Northern Iowa’s Seth Tuttle blocked a Nick Wiggins try that would have tied it and then sealed the win with a breakaway dunk. Hall led Wichita State with 20 points. The Shockers, who lost to Indiana State on Tuesday, have dropped a game behind league-leading Creighton in the Valley race. No. 18 Kansas State 52, Oklahoma 50: In Norman, Okla., Angel Rodriguez hit two free throws with 5.6 seconds remaining for Kansas State. The free throws ended an 8-0 run by the Sooners in the final two minutes that tied the game with 13 seconds to play. With Oklahoma trailing 50-42, Romero Osby scored the last of his 13 points on a three-point play to pull the Sooners within five with 1:58 to go. Sam Grooms then tied it with a 3-pointer and a driving layup in the final minute. Rodriguez was fouled on a jumper in the lane and made both free throws to put the Wildcats back in the lead. Grooms had a chance to win it for the Sooners, but his 3-point attempt at the buzzer was short. Will Spradling led the Wildcats (17-4, 6-2) with 12 points. Osby had 13 points and seven rebounds for the Sooners (14-6, 5-3). No. 21 Creighton 75, Bradley 58: In Omaha, Neb., Doug McDermott scored 25 points, including nine during a decisive 12-0 run, for Creighton. The Bluejays (20-3, 9-2 Missouri Valley) beat Bradley for the 15th straight time at home and have won 20 games for the 14th time in 15 seasons. Bradley (13-10, 5-6) lost its fifth straight road game and eighth in a row against a ranked opponent. Austin Chatman, who had 16 points, drilled a 3-pointer after Bradley had closed to 53-48. Then McDermott went to work, hitting a 3-pointer, a layup and four straight free throws to make it 65-48 with five minutes to play. Air Force 70, No. 22 San Diego State 67: In Air Force Academy, Colo., Michael Lyons scored 20 points and Air Force overcame a 25-point performance by Aztecs star Jamaal Franklin. Franklin and James Rahon missed potential game-tying 3-pointers in the waning seconds for San Diegot State (16-5, 4-3 Mountain West). The Falcons (14-6, 5-2 Mountain West) used a 19-2 run to take control at 59-47, then held on as Franklin scored 18 of his 25 points in the second half. He also pulled down 10 rebounds and was 11-for-12 from the free-throw line, his only miss a big one with less than a minute left and the Aztecs trailing by two. No. 24 Cincinnati 65, Seton Hall 59: In Newark, N.J., Sean Kilpatrick scored 21 points and Cashmere Wright added 17 as Cincinnati blew almost all of a 20-point lead before holding off Seton Hall. Cincinnati (18-4, 6-3 Big East) was up 48-28 five minutes into the second half but allowed the Pirates (13-9, 2-7) to get within four points twice. The Bearcats, who entered the game 14th in the 15-team conference in free-throw shooting at 64.9 percent, finished 21-of-27 (77.8 percent) from the line, including making eight of their last nine in the game. Fuquan Edwin and Brandon Mobley both had 16 points for Seton Hall, which has lost three straight and seven of eight. Wright made all seven of his free throws and JaQuon Parker was 6-of-8 to lead the Bearcats.