Playing as the No. 3 team in the country for the first time since 1987, Iowa came up with a clunker of a performance. Eighth-ranked Maryland had a lot to do with it.

Jarrod Uthoff and the Hawkeyes shot poorly for much of the game, and Iowa's nine-game winning streak ended with a 74-68 defeat in College Park, Md., on Thursday night.

Iowa (16-4, 7-1 Big Ten) went 5-for-24 from long range, was outrebounded 38-35 and had 11 turnovers compared to nine assists against the Terrapins (18-3, 7-2).

"I thought they were locked in," Iowa coach Fran McCaffrey said of Maryland. "They were locked in defensively, they were locked in on the glass."

Uthoff, who entered with a Big Ten-leading 18.9 points per game average, finished with nine points on 2-for-13 shooting.

Robert Carter Jr. and Rasheed Sulaimon each scored 17 points for Maryland.

No. 12 Michigan State 76, Northwestern 45: Denzel Valentine made five of the Spartans' season-high 16 three-pointers and Michigan State (18-4, 5-4) clamped down on the cold-shooting Wildcats (15-7, 3-6) in Evanston, Ill. Valentine finished with 19 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Northwestern shot a season-low 20.7 percent from the field.

Ohio State 68, Illinois 63: Trevor Thompson scored 16 points and the Buckeyes (14-8, 6-3) survived a furious comeback by the Illini (10-11, 2-6) to win in overtime in Champaign, Ill. JaQuan Lyle hit a pair of free throws with 14 seconds left in overtime to put Ohio State up 66-63 and Mickey Mitchell followed with a layup to ice the game.

Big Ten women

No. 7 Ohio State 76, Northwestern 73: Kelsey Mitchell scored 27 points for the Buckeyes (16-4, 8-1) to fuel a fourth-quarter comeback in a victory over the Wildcats (13-8, 2-7).

Mitchell had three points and a steal during a 7-0 run that gave the Buckeyes the lead for good in the final two minutes.

Former Hopkins star Nia Coffey led Northwestern with 23 points. The Wildcats have dropped four games in a row.

Iowa 85, Michigan 69: Former Minneapolis Washburn star Chase Coley had 21 points and 10 rebounds to pace the Hawkeyes (14-7, 4-5) over the Wolverines (11-9, 3-6) in Iowa City.