B.J. Johnson scored 19 points, and Rakeem Christmas added 14 despite being in foul trouble.
The Illini fell to 17-10.
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera scored 19 points, and Georgetown held off DePaul.
Mike Talley scored 19 of his career-high 25 in the first half, and Karrington Ward added 21 points and nine rebounds.
Daishon Knight scored 21 points to lead Illinois State.
Bonzie Colson came off the bench to score 16 points with six rebounds in 15 minutes, leading No. 10 Notre Dame to an 87-70 victory over Boston College on Saturday.
Vic Law scored 17 points, Tre Demps added 16 and Northwestern beat Penn State 60-39 on Saturday afternoon.
The indefinitely suspended Cosby will transfer to a new school.
Javonte Maynor scored 21 points.
Steve McWhorter scored 21 points.
Bryant McIntosh scored 17 points.
LaDontae Henton and Kris Dunn combined for 43 points.
Braylon Rayson scored 23 points and Central Michigan got its school-record 14th win on its home court this season.
Jerian Grant had 24 points and 10 assists to pace No. 10 Notre Dame.
Stuck in the muck of the Big Ten sits an Indiana team with all the potential to make an NCAA Tournament run or bow out in the NIT.
Anton Grady matched a career-high with six blocks, and added nine points with 13 rebounds to help Cleveland State beat Illinois-Chicago 67-59 on Sunday.
Bryant McIntosh scored 18 points and Northwestern ended a 10-game losing streak with a 66-61 overtime victory over Iowa after the Hawkeyes’ Jarrod Uthoff nailed a 3 at the end of regulation on Sunday afternoon.
Earl Peterson made a key layup with 13 seconds left as Loyola of Chicago held on to beat Bradley 58-53 on Sunday.
Frank Kaminsky scored 23 points, Bronson Koenig added 15, and No. 5 Wisconsin beat Illinois 68-49 on Sunday.
The win was the fourth straight for the Illini (17-8, 7-5 Big Ten).
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.