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College Station, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - This time it took two overtimes for Kentucky to remain undefeated. The top-ranked Wildcats pulled out an overtime win Tuesday in their SEC opener against Ole Miss and on Saturday needed a second extra period in their first road conference game, escaping with a 70-64 triumph over Texas A&M. Devin Booker finished with 18 points for Kentucky (15-0, 2-0 SEC), which many thought might take advantage of a so-called weakened SEC to waltz into March with an unblemished record. The Wildcats blew through their non-conference schedule with 12 wins by double-digits before an eight-point victory at arch- rival Louisville to close out December. Then came a nine-day layoff and the tougher-than-expected 89-86 win over Ole Miss. Aaron Harrison scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Wildcats before fouling out in the second extra period on Saturday. Karl-Anthony Towns fouled out in the first extra session, finishing with nine points and nine rebounds. Dakari Johnson contributed eight points and nine boards in the victory. Danuel House scored a career-high 25 points and added nine rebounds for Texas A&M (9-5, 0-2), which was coming off a 65-44 drubbing on Tuesday at Alabama in its SEC opener. Kourtney Roberson added 11 points and eight boards in defeat. Final Score: (18) North Carolina 72, (5) Louisville 71 Chapel Hill, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Marcus Paiges layup with 8.5 seconds left lifted the 18th-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels over the fifth-ranked Louisville Cardinals, 72-71, on Saturday. Brice Johnson made a short jumper with 38.1 seconds remaining to give North Carolina a 70-69 edge, but Louisvilles Terry Rozier responded with a baseline jumper at the other end. Paige then drove to the hoop and made a layup high off the glass to put the Tar Heels back in front. Wayne Blackshear missed a 3-point attempt from the corner and Roziers put-back layup attempt was off the mark as time expired. Final Score: (11) Maryland 69, Purdue 60 West Lafayette, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - Balanced scoring and terrific free throw shooting helped No. 11 Maryland leave Mackey Arena with a 69-60 win over Purdue on Saturday. Jake Layman led four Terrapins in double figures with 14 points. Dez Wells added 13 points while Melo Trimble and Richaud Pack each scored 11. Maryland (15-2, 3-1 Big Ten), which lost to Illinois on Wednesday to absorb its first ever Big Ten loss, bounced back by hitting 27-of-31 from the stripe to pull off the important road win. Kendall Stephens paced the Boilermakers (10-7, 2-2) with 14 points, and Rapheal Davis gave 12 in their second straight loss. Final Score: (12) Kansas 86, Texas Tech 54 Lawrence, KS (SportsNetwork.com) - Perry Ellis had 15 points and five rebounds to help give No. 12 Kansas an 86-54 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday. Kelly Oubre had 14 points, Cliff Alexander gave 12 points and five boards and Frank Mason had 10 points and five assists for the Jayhawks (13-2, 2-0 Big 12), who have won four straight. Justin Jamison had 12 points for the Red Raiders (10-6, 0-3), who have dropped their first three games to open conference play. Final Score: (19) Seton Hall 68, Creighton 67 Omaha, NE (SportsNetwork.com) - Down by two with three seconds to play, Sterling Gibbs hit a contested 3-pointer to help No. 19 Seton Hall slip past Creighton, 68-67, on Saturday. Gibbs paced all scorers with 22 points for the Pirates (13-3, 3-1 Big East), who rebounded after suffering their first Big East loss of the season on Wednesday at Xavier. Khadeen Carrington chipped in 11 points for Seton Hall, and Brandon Mobley added nine points, 13 rebounds and two blocks. In his first career start, James Milliken scored 20 points on 8-of-16 shooting for the short-handed Bluejays (9-8, 0-4). Creightons top two scorers, Austin Chatman and Isaiah Zierden, combined to play just 19 minutes due to injuries. Will Artino contributed 14 points and 11 boards for the Bluejays. Final Score: (20) VCU 89, Saint Josephs 74 Richmond, VA (SportsNetwork.com) - Melvin Johnson and Treveon Graham led a torrid display from 3-point range that carried No. 20 VCU to an 89-74 victory over Saint Josephs in an Atlantic 10 clash. Johnson knocked down 6-of-7 attempts from beyond the arc in a 20-point performance, while Graham went 4- of-6 en route to 19 points to help the Rams avenge their loss to the Hawks in last years A-10 Championship Game. As a team VCU (13-3, 3-0 A-10) made good on 12-of-23 3-pointers to extend its current win streak to eight games. DeAndre Bembry finished with 16 points and eight rebounds for Saint Josephs (6-8, 0-3). Aaron Brown added 14 points and Isaiah Miles had 12 in the loss, the Hawks fourth straight. Final Score: Indiana 69, (22) Ohio State 66 Bloomington, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - Yogi Ferrell made four free throws in the final minute to help Indiana earn a 69-66 victory over 22nd-ranked Ohio State on Saturday at Assembly Hall. Ohio State trailed the entire second half, but had possession down 65-62 after an Indiana shot-clock violation. Marc Loving air-balled a 3-point try and Sam Thompson corralled the rebound under the basket. He was fouled while making a layup with 32.1 seconds to play, but missed the free throw. Ferrell sank two from the line with 21.9 seconds left to extend the Indiana edge to three and DAngelo Russell made two free throws with 8.7 seconds remaining to again pull Ohio State within a point. The Hoosiers got the ball in to Ferrell and the Big Tens best free throw shooter rattled two home for a three-point advantage before Russells long three drew iron as time expired. Ferrell, despite a 1-for-8 effort from the field, finished with 10 points for the Hoosiers (12-4, 2-1 Big Ten), who played their conference home opener after a win at Nebraska and a 20-point loss at Michigan State to open the Big Ten ledger. Freshman James Blackmon Jr. led Indiana with 18 points and Troy Williams contributed 15 with 12 rebounds. Shannon Scott scored 16 and Russell added 13 for the Buckeyes (13-4, 2-2), who had beaten Minnesota and Illinois after dropping their conference opener against Iowa. Thompson and JaeSean Tate each netted 12 points in defeat. Chris Wormley Jersey .Those stars, most notably the top line of James van Riemsdyk, Tyler Bozak and Phil Kessel, struggled against the Montreal Canadiens and must be better as the Leafs look ahead to facing the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers this weekend. 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