High 25 basketball roundup: Texas upends No. 23 Purdue

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Junior guard Matt Coleman III led 4 scorers in double figures with 22 factors as Texas rallied late to upset No. 23 Purdue 70-66 in West Lafayette, Ind.

Nov 9, 2019; West Lafayette, IN, USA; Texas Longhorns guard Jase Febres shoots over Purdue Boilermakers guard Sasha Stefanovic (55) within the 2nd half at Mackey Enviornment. Obligatory Credit score: Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports activities

Junior guard Jase Febres hit a Three-pointer with 1:25 left to place Texas forward to remain 64-62 throughout a late Eight-Zero run that was fueled by protection. From there, guards Andrew Jones and Coleman mixed to make six straight free throws to shut the sport out.

Ahead Gerald Liddell, again within the lineup after sitting out the season opener with a concussion, added 14 factors and eight rebounds for the Longhorns (2-Zero), who snapped Purdue’s 18-game residence win streak.

Sophomore guard Sasha Stefanovic led the Boilermakers (1-1) with 14 factors, with guards Eric Hunter Jr. and Jahaad Proctor including 12 factors apiece.

No. 7 Maryland 73, Rhode Island 55

Jalen Smith completed with 19 factors and 11 rebounds, and teammate Aaron Wiggins added 13 factors and 13 rebounds because the Terrapins bounced again from a gradual begin and defeated the visiting Rams in School Park, Md.

Smith and Wiggins helped Maryland draw back within the second half. The Terrapins wanted to rally for a 35-32 halftime lead after trailing by 12 within the first half however then outscored the Rams 38-23 within the ultimate 20 minutes. Jeff Dowtin scored 14 factors to steer Rhode Island.

Senior guard Anthony Cowan Jr. scored 14 factors for Maryland (2-Zero), whereas sophomore guard Eric Ayala added 13 off the bench. Ayala gave the Terrapins a elevate after Rhode Island (1-1) shocked Maryland with a fast begin and led 24-12 with Eight:18 left within the first half.

No. Eight Gonzaga 110, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 60

Filip Petrusev scored 25 factors to steer a balanced Bulldogs offense to crush the Golden Lions in Spokane, Wash., as all 5 Gonzaga starters scored in double figures.

Ryan Woolridge scored 14 factors to associate with 5 rebounds and 9 assists, Admon Gilder added 15 factors, Anton Watson chipped in with 12 factors and eight boards, and Corey Kispert recorded 10 factors.

The Zags (2-Zero) performed with out Killian Tillie, who’s recovering from knee surgical procedure, however the 6-foot-10 senior wasn’t wanted because the West Coast Convention energy ran previous its Southwestern Athletic Convention foe. Shaun Doss led Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Zero-2) with 15 factors.

No. 12 Seton Corridor 74, Stony Brook 57

Romaro Gill, a 7-foot-2 senior, achieved his first profession double-double, and guards Sandro Mamukelashvili and Quincy McKnight mixed for 31 factors because the host Pirates defeated the Seawolves in South Orange, N.J.

Seton Corridor (2-Zero) overcame the absence of Myles Powell, a first-team preseason All-American guard who didn’t return after spraining his left ankle with 16:36 left within the first half.

Gill had 10 factors and 10 rebounds. Mamukelashvili completed with 17 factors on 6-of-11 capturing and pulled down 5 rebounds. McKnight added 14 factors with 4 rebounds and three assists. Jared Rhoden had 11 factors. Stony Brook (Zero-2) was led by Makale Foreman’s 16 factors. Elijah Olaniyi and Mouhamadou Gueye every added 14 factors.

No. 13 Texas Tech 79, Bethune-Cookman 44

T.J. Holyfield scored 20 factors to steer the Purple Raiders over the cold-shooting Wildcats in Lubbock, Texas, as Texas Tech received its 49th straight residence recreation towards non-conference opponents.

Holyfield was the one Purple Raiders participant in double figures till 10:38 remained within the recreation. That’s when Davide Moretti made a Three-pointer to offer him 11 factors and put Texas Tech forward 55-31.

Bethune-Cookman (1-1) was led by Malik Maitland’s 13 factors. Isaiah Bailey added 11 factors for the Wildcats, who shot 29.Eight % from the sector, together with Three of 17 from Three-point vary.

No. 15 Oregon 106, Boise State 75

Guard Anthony Mathis scored 16 of his career-high 30 factors within the first half, and the hot-shooting Geese coasted previous the Broncos in Eugene, Ore.

Mathis, a graduate switch from New Mexico, knocked down a profession excessive of 9 Three-pointers on 11 makes an attempt. Oregon (2-Zero) additionally bought 19 factors, seven assists and 6 rebounds from senior guard Payton Pritchard, giving him 501 assists for his school profession. Pritchard moved into third place in class historical past, forward of former NBA participant Luke Ridnour, who had 500.

Guard Derrick Alston led Boise State (1-1) with 28 factors, and Alex Hobbs added 18. However the Broncos couldn’t take care of Oregon’s 70 % capturing as a staff (42 of 60), together with 13 of 19 on Three-pointers.

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