Johnny Newman III had a career-high 23 points and Clemson used a strong defensive first half to send No. 5 Louisville to a second straight defeat, 77-62 on Saturday in Clemson, S.C.

The Tigers (13-12, 7-8 Atlantic Coast Conference) held the Cardinals to their lowest first-half output this season. They led 31-14 at the break and limited ACC scoring leader Jordan Nwora to five points. After Louisville cut a 21-point lead to 44-34 with 9:49 left, Clemson buried the Cardinals (21-5, 12-3) with an 11-2 run.

No. 1 Baylor 70, West Virginia 59: The host Bears (23-1, 12-0) tied the longest winning streak in Big 12 history at 22 games. Taz Sherman scored 20 points for the Mountaineers (18-7, 6-6).

No. 2 Gonzaga 89, Pepperdine 77: Filip Petrusev had 27 points and 12 rebounds for his eighth double-double of the season, and the Zags (26-1, 11-0 West Coast Conference) beat the host Waves (14-13, 7-6) to extend their winning streak to 18 games.

No. 3 Kansas 87, Oklahoma 70: Marcus Garrett scored 24 points, and the host Jayhawks (22-3, 11-1 Big 12) rolled past the Sooners (16-9, 6-6).

No. 6 Dayton 71, Massachusetts 63: Obi Toppin scored 19 points for the visiting Flyers (23-2, 12-0 Atlantic 10), who beat the stubborn Minutemen (10-15, 4-8) for their 14th victory in a row.

No. 7 Duke 94, Notre Dame 60: The host Blue Devils (22-3, 12-2), with their seventh victory in a row, took over the ACC lead. Vernon Carey Jr. scored 21 points.

No. 8 Florida State 80, Syracuse 77: The Seminoles' MJ Walker, who took an elbow to his lip that required stitches, finished with 16 points, including five three-pointers, for host FSU (21-4, 11-3 ACC). Joe Girard scored 22 for Syracuse (14-11, 7-7).

Providence 74, No. 10 Seton Hall 71: Alpha Diallo scored 35 points for the host Friars (14-12, 7-6 Big East), who avenged a January loss to the first-place Pirates (18-7, 11-2).

Missouri 85, No. 11 Auburn 73: Guards Dru Smith and Xavier Pinson each scored 28 points as host Mizzou (12-11, 4-8 Southeastern) shocked Auburn (22-3, 9-3).

No. 16 Colorado 69, Oregon State 47: A victory on the road gave the Buffaloes (20-6, 9-4) sole possession of the Pac-12 lead.