men's highlights

Longhorns stop No. 2 UCLA

NO. 8 TEXAS 63, NO. 2 UCLA 61: Damion James' dunk with eight seconds remaining helped the Longhorns upset the Bruins on Sunday in the Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series in Los Angeles, after the Longhorns blew a 16-point, first-half lead. James and D.J. Augustin scored 19 points each for the Longhorns (7-0), who ended a 25-game home winning streak for UCLA (7-1).

• NO. 4 KANSAS 59, NO. 22 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 55: Mario Chalmers made a three-pointer and a free throw in the final 20 seconds for the decisive points for the Jayhawks in Los Angeles. Chalmers finished with 20 points for Kansas (7-0). Freshman O.J. Mayo led the Trojans (6-2) with 19 points but shot 6-for-21.

• ARIZONA 78, No. 9 TEXAS A&M 67: Jerryd Bayless scored a season-high 26 points, and the host Wildcats (5-2) rallied from a 20-point first-half deficit to hand the Aggies (7-1) their first loss.

WOmen's highlights

Top-ranked Lady Vols trip Tar Heels

• NO. 1 TENNESSEE 83, NO. 4 NORTH CAROLINA 79: Alexis Hornbuckle's two free throws with 13.8 seconds remaining sealed a Lady Vols (6-0) victory over the Tar Heels (9-1) in Knoxville, Tenn. After Italee Lucas' steal and layup brought the Tar Heels (9-1) within 79-78, Rashanda McCants fouled Hornbuckle with 13.8 seconds left and she hit both free throws. Hornbuckle finished with 25 points.

• NO. 7 GEORGIA 71, GEORGIA TECH 64: Ashley Houts made eight free throws in the final 91 seconds for the Lady Bulldogs (8-0), who overcame an eight-point halftime deficit to beat the visiting Yellow Jackets (5-1) for the 28th time in 30 meetings. Tasha Humphrey had 21 points and 12 rebounds, her fifth consecutive double-double for the Lady Bulldogs.

PENN STATE 86, NO. 11 DUKE 84: Brianne O'Rourke scored 23 points, including 15 of 15 free throws, and set up Janessa Wolf's game-winning layup after a frantic full-court drive for the Lady Lions (6-2) in a home upset of the Blue Devils (5-3). The loss gave Duke its first three-game losing streak in 12 years.

• NO. 12 CALIFORNIA 67, NO. 23 VANDERBILT 59: The Golden Bears (7-1) won their weekend tournament by beating the Commodores (7-2) for their 28th consecutive nonconference home victory. Tournament MVP Rama N'diaye had 16 points and eight rebounds.

• NO. 18 AUBURN 75, NO. 14 ARIZONA STATE 69: Sherell Hobbs scored 18 of her 26 points in the second half for the Tigers (8-0), who beat the Sun Devils (4-3) in the title game of the ASU Classic. Former Gophers center Lauren Lacey scored a career-high 20 points and had eight rebounds for the Sun Devils.

OLD DOMINION 79, NO. 20 MICHIGAN STATE 73: T.J. Jordan scored 24, and the Lady Monarchs (4-2) overcame an early 11-point deficit to beat the Spartans (6-2) in Norfolk, Va. Courtney Davidson had 17 points for the Spartans.

• OAKLAND (MICH.) 85, NO. 21 FLORIDA ST. 75: Hanna Reising sank two free throws with 30 seconds left for the last of her 23 points, and Oakland (4-2) upset the Seminoles (6-2) in Rochester, Mich.

• NO. 22 NOTRE DAME 77, MICHIGAN 46: Charel Allen and Tulyah Gaines combined for 34 points for the host Irish (6-1), who beat the Wolverines (4-3) for their fourth consecutive victory of 30 or more points.

WISCONSIN 85, INDIANA-PURDUE-FORT WAYNE 69: Jolene Anderson scored 26 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had six assists for the host Badgers (3-3). Tara Steinbauer, a freshman from Bloomington, scored 16 in her first start.


• Texas Tech coach Bob Knight is feeling better, a day after leaving a game at Centenary at halftime because he was feeling ill, his son said Sunday."He is OK," said assistant coach Pat Knight. "It's just flulike symptoms."