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LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Bam Adebayo scored 16 points, Malik Monk added 15 and No. 6 Kentucky scored 21 straight points in a first-half run to beat Valparaiso 87-63 on Wednesday night.Needing to rebound after Saturdays upset by then-No. 11 UCLA, Kentucky (8-1) turned a 4-all tie into a 29-9 lead behind that big run over 8:51, holding the Crusaders scoreless for 7 minutes during that stretch. Valparaiso (7-2) shot 23 of 67 from the field (34 percent), including 28 percent in the first half.Derek Willis added 12 points and Isaiah Briscoe 10 for Kentucky, which shot 46 percent after making just 41 percent against UCLA.High-scoring Valparaiso forward Alec Peters scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half for the Crusaders, who had their four-game winning streak snapped eight days after upsetting No. 21 Rhode Island.---No. 7 NORTH CAROLINA 83, DAVIDSON 74CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Justin Jackson matched his career high with 27 points and hit a career-best seven 3-pointers for North Carolina.Luke Maye added an early burst by scoring all of his career-high 10 points before halftime for the Tar Heels (9-1), who played without top point guard and No. 2 scorer Joel Berry II.Jack Gibbs -- ranked seventh nationally by averaging 23.3 points -- finished with 30 points for the Wildcats (5-3), who trailed by 16 midway through the second half before making a late push to get within three in the final 2 minutes.But Kennedy Meeks answered with two free throws, then Isaiah Hicks followed with two more after getting a big rebound in traffic with 52 seconds left to help UNC hang on.---No. 8 GONZAGA 98, WASHINGTON 71SPOKANE, Wash. -- Nigel Williams-Goss scored 23 points for Gonzaga in a resumption of the cross-state rivalry.Przemek Karnowski added 17 points and Jordan Mathews had 14 for Gonzaga (9-0), which dominated from the opening minutes.Freshman Markelle Fultz had 25 points and 10 rebounds for Washington (4-4), which has lost three straight. The Huskies came in averaging 88 points per game.Noah Dickerson had 12 points and 15 rebounds for Washington, which shot just 30 percent for the game. Gonzaga shot 53 percent.Williams-Goss, who played for Washington before transferring to Gonzaga and becoming eligible this season, made 9 of 13 shots against his former team.---No. 10 CREIGHTON 77, NEBRASKA 62LINCOLN, Neb. -- Maurice Watson Jr. scored a season-high 25 points and Cole Huff added 13 as Creighton dominated the second half.The Bluejays (9-0) have won 15 of 18 meetings with the Cornhuskers (5-4), including the last six by double digits.Creighton led 31-30 at halftime and held Nebraska scoreless for 6 1/2 minutes in the second half while going up 51-37 and grew the lead to 21 in the last 3 minutes.Tai Webster had 16 points and Ed Morrow had 13 rebounds for the Huskers.---No. 11 LOUISVILLE 74, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 51LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Mangok Mathiang scored 15 points to lead Louisville.The 6-foot-10 senior got the Cardinals (8-1) off to a hot start as he scored the teams first seven points, and Louisville settled in from there, extending the lead to 21-4 in the games first 8 minutes. In making six of nine shots, Mathiang finished two points shy of his career high in just 22 minutes.As Southern Illinois (5-4) had no one taller than 6-9, Louisville used its size to its advantage. The Cardinals blocked nine shots and outrebounded the Salukis 43-31.Sophomore Deng Adel posted his first double-double for Louisville, as the 6-7 forward finished with 12 points and a career-high 12 rebounds.Sean OBrien led the Salukis with 15 points and 11 rebounds.---COLORADO 68, No. 13 XAVIER 66BOULDER, Colo. -- Derrick White scored 23 points and had a crucial block with 13 seconds remaining to help Colorado.Xavier Johnson added for 18 points for the Buffaloes (7-2), who have posted consecutive wins over ranked teams for the first time since 2013. They knocked off a ranked Texas team at the Legends Classic in New York last month.Colorado was 1-5 against ranked teams last season.Trevon Bluiett tied a career high with 27 points for Xavier (7-2), which has lost two straight.Spurred on by the shooting of White and Johnson, the Buffaloes went on a 12-0 run midway through the second half. They kept Xavier scoreless for more than 6 minutes during the pivotal stretch.It was a frenzied ending, though, with Xavier getting several good looks. White swatted one of those away -- his only block of the game.---No. 15 WEST VIRGINIA 90, WESTERN CAROLINA 37CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Esa Ahmad scored 14 points for West Virginia.West Virginia (7-1) didnt slack off after a close road win at No. 14 Virginia on Saturday. The Mountaineers forced 34 turnovers against Western Carolina, a week after setting a school record by forcing 40 against Manhattan.West Virginia scored the games first seven points and used a 16-0 run to build a 25-point lead midway through the first half. Western Carolina went scoreless over the final 7:39 and trailed 46-12 at halftime.By then, Western Carolina (3-6) had 19 turnovers to far surpass its season average. And West Virginias pressure defense was just getting started. A 26-4 run by the Mountaineers followed early in the second half.Jevon Carter added 13 points for the Mountaineers, who had 21 steals.Western Carolinas Haboubacar Mutombo was limited to six points, six under his team-leading average.---INDIANA ST. 72, No. 16 BUTLER 71TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Brenton Scott made one of two free throws with 0.8 seconds left and finished with 25 points to help Indiana State to the upset.Matt Van Scyoc scored 23 points and had six 3-pointers, both career highs, as the Sycamores (5-4) won their third straight to snap a four-game losing streak in the series.Coach Greg Lansing set a school record by picking up his fifth career victory over a ranked team. Lansing had been tied with Bill Hodges, who coached Larry Bird, and the late Royce Waltman.Andrew Chrabascz had 18 points for Butler (8-1) and Tyler Lewis added 15. 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But, its kind of weird to have two home run reviews in three days," he said. The ball hit the padding atop the fence and then appeared to strike a back wall, making it a home run. The second base umpire was Angel Hernandez -- he was the chief in Cleveland earlier this month when Hernandez and his crew mistakenly failed to reverse a call on the field and rule a home run. The Twins won for only the second time in 13 games. Carlos Gomez homered twice for the Brewers. Minnesota led 4-3 when Mauer led off the seventh inning against Tom Gorzelanny with a long fly to left field. Mauer stopped at second base. "They obviously signalled a double out there," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "I was honestly sitting right here (in the clubhouse) talking with my starting pitcher. I looked at the monitor and I just took off running out and said thats a home run. They said, Well talk and well go get it right. Easy enough." Moments later, Mauer had his fourth home run of the season. 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Jean Segura and Gomez hit back-to-back homers to open the sixth. Chris Parmelees solo homer in the eighth put the Twins up 6-3. Gomez hit his ninth homer leading off the fourth. The Brewers loaded the bases with none out in the first but didnt score. Yuniesky Betancourt lined into a double play and Jeff Bianchi struck out. "I was kind of off in the first," Correia said. "To get out of that with no runs was huge. You feel so much better about going back out there in the second inning. It changes your mindset. I felt great the rest of the game." NOTES: Alfredo Figaro will start Tuesday against the Twins. He is 0-0 with a 3.46 ERA in 15 appearances, all in relief. Figaro was a starter the last two seasons for Orix in Japan. ... Bianchi bunted for a single, giving the Brewers 64 infield hits, tops in the major leagues. ... Josh Roenicke, nephew of Brewers manager Ron Roenicke, relieved to start the seventh inning for the Twins. 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