It was DePaul’s first win on the road against Seton Hall, and it snapped a 51-game losing streak for the Blue Demons (11-8, 5-2) against ranked teams — dating to 2008, when they defeated No. 17 Villanova.
D’Angelo Russell scored a career-high 33 to lead the Buckeyes.
Illinois survived a cold start and got double-figure scoring from four players Wednesday to hold off Purdue, 66-57.
Blake Simmons scored 13 points, and Eqidijus Mockevicius added 12 points with 13 rebounds.
Travon Baker had 21 points.
Greg Mays scored 20 points, and Keifer Sykes added 19 points and eight assists.
Anthony Beane scored 20 points, including 15 in the final seven minutes.
Myke Henry scored 19 and grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds to help DePaul overcome an 11-point second-half deficit and beat St. John’s 71-67 in overtime on Sunday.
Indiana survived an early run from Illinois and battled back to beat the Illini on the road, 80-74.
Freshman Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman nailed a 3-pointer with less than a minute to go, giving Michigan (11-7, 4-2 Big Ten) a 56-52 lead with 1:02 left.
Martez Harrison scored 24 points and Missouri-Kansas City held off Chicago State 64-62 on Saturday.
Jerian Grant scored 23 points Saturday and Notre Dame came back from a 12-point deficit in the second half to beat Miami 75-70.
Jones blossomed at season’s end, leading the Buckeyes to the national title.
Illinois is 12-6 with a string of winnable games awaiting.
Kendrick Nunn had a career-high 25 points, including four straight free throws in the final 7.5 seconds.
Jarod Williams hit a pair of free throws with 2 seconds left after Detroit forced two turnovers, completing a late rally.
Christian Thomas scored 16 points to lead Loyola of Chicago.
Justin Moss scored 18 points Wednesday night as Buffalo doubled Northern Illinois’ score by halftime.
Jerian Grant scored 12 points, and Steve Vasturia added 11 points.
Mariota was the Heisman winner in 2014 and led the Ducks to the national title game.
Photos from the Illinois Indiana game on February 7th. The Fighting Illini won the game 74-72.
Notre Dame and Alabama coaches and players meet with reporters at BCS Media Day at Sun Life Stadium.
A photo galley of Joe Paterno’s firing and the ensuing riots on the campus of Penn State University.
Joe Paterno’s coaching career has come to a crashing end. Here are a number of photos of Paterno through the years.