Duke adds Ohio State to win list
BY Associated Press
Thursday, November 29, 2012
11/29/12 at 5:08 AM
DURHAM, N.C. - Mason Plumlee had 21 points and a career-high-tying 17 rebounds, and No. 2 Duke rallied late and held on to beat No. 4 Ohio State 73-68 on Wednesday night.
Rasheed Sulaimon scored 17 points and Ryan Kelly added 15 and hit 3-pointers on consecutive trips downcourt early during the 20-7 run that put the Blue Devils (7-0) ahead to stay and sent them to their third win over a top-five team this month.
Deshaun Thomas scored 16 points for Ohio State (4-1), while Aaron Craft and Lenzelle Smith Jr. had 11 apiece.
Shannon Scott pulled the Buckeyes within 66-64 with a free throw with 28.9 seconds left before Quinn Cook sealed it by hitting six free throws in the final 27.3 seconds.
Boise State 83, No. 11 Creighton 70: Derrick Marks scored a career-high 35 points, including 28 in the second half, and Boise State upset No. 11 Creighton 83-70.
The Broncos (5-1) beat a ranked opponent for the first time in four seasons and beat one on the road for the first time since March 2005.
Creighton (6-1) hadn't lost a regular-season November home game since 1989.
Anthony Drmic had 17 points and Jeff Elorriaga added 12 for the Broncos.
Doug McDermott led Creighton with 21 points.
Creighton got within five points in the last 3 minutes of the game, but Drmic scored twice and Marks made four free throws to seal the Broncos' first win over a ranked opponent since they beat Utah State in February 2009.
The Broncos had come into the game having lost 18 of 19 on the road against ranked teams.
Miami 67, No. 13 Michigan St. 59: Senior Trey McKinney Jones scored a career-high 18 points and Miami held Michigan State without a field goal for a 5 1/2-minute stretch in the second half.
McKinney Jones went 5-for-7 from 3-point range, including a basket that capped a 14-2 run to start the second half that put Miami (4-1) ahead 41-33. Keith Appling had 15 points for the Spartans (5-2), who lost for the first time since the season opener against Connecticut.