No. 3 Tar Heels
• TEXAS 84, NO. 3 NORTH CAROLINA 82: Javan Felix swished a short jumper Saturday as time expired, giving new coach Shaka Smart his biggest victory with the Longhorns. Felix was left unguarded as players from both teams watched Isaiah Taylor's three-point attempt in the final seconds bounce off the rim to Felix. After a few minutes of reviewing replay video, the game officials ruled the basket good. Felix finished with 25 points for Texas (6-3) and made five three-pointers. Marcus Paige scored 20 to lead the Tar Heels (7-2), who started the season No. 1.
• NO. 5 KENTUCKY 72, ARIZONA STATE 58: Jamal Murray scored 12 of his 17 points in the second half including two of Kentucky's five three-pointers that helped the host team (9-1) pull away from Arizona State (6-3). Tra Holder had 15 points for Arizona State (6-3), which had a 22-14 rebound advantage in the first half before Kentucky flipped that number in the second half.
• NO. 7 OKLAHOMA 96, ORAL ROBERTS 73: Buddy Hield scored 30 points and had a career-high five steals as the Sooners (7-0) beat the visiting Golden Eagles (8-3).
• NO. 15 PROVIDENCE 74, BRYANT 67: Drew Edwards scored a career-high 17 points, including five three-pointers, and usual starter Ben Bentil (sprained left ankle) came off the bench to get 16 points and eight rebounds as the Friars (10-1) struggled to beat visiting Bryant (2-9) without preseason All-America Kris Dunn (stomach virus).
• NO. 22 LOUISVILLE 86, EASTERN MICHIGAN 53: Damion Lee scored 16 points, all in the second half, and the host Cardinals (7-1) shot 53 percent from the field to overwhelm Eastern Michigan (6-4). Louisville shot better than 50 percent for the seventh time in eight games this season. Freshman James Thompson IV had 12 points and 13 rebounds for the visitors for his sixth straight double-double.
• WICHITA STATE 67, NO. 25 UTAH 50: Zach Brown scored 14 points and the Shockers (5-4) went 10-for-25 on three-pointers to beat the visiting Utes. Jacob Poeltl had 11 points for Utah (7-2), which had 19 turnovers and only 14 field goals.
• MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE 88, AUBURN 81 (OT): Reggie Upshaw scored 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, leading the host Blue Raiders (6-2) over the Tigers (4-2). Kareem Canty made a three-pointer from the top of the key to tie the score at 73 with 1.7 second left, sending the game into overtime. Canty tied a career-high with 28 points, including eight three-pointers.