Hunter Dickinson, KJ Adams Jr. had 18 points. dunked his way to 14 and blew the host Kansas Manhattan out a final tuneup before facing No. 16 Kentucky in the Champions Classic next week.
Kevin McCullar Jr. and freshman Johnny Furphy added 15 points apiece for the Jayhawks (2-0), who gave Bill Self an easy night in his first game since signing a lifetime contract that made him basketball’s most height of wages by the community. University.
NO. 3 PURCHASE 87, ADDRESS MED STATE 57: Zach Edey had 18 points and eight rebounds, Lance Jones scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half, and Purdue went into its second straight road, beating Morehead State at home.
The Boilermakers (2-0) broke the school record for most consecutive regular season wins against non-conference opponents with their 26th straight. The previous mark stood from November 1994. Purdue’s streak, the longest active in Division I, began after a loss at Miami in December 2020.
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NO. 5 MARQUETTE 95, RIDER 65: Kam Jones scored 23 points and Oso Ighodaro had 13 points and 11 rebounds as host Marquette rolled past Rider.
The Golden Eagles lost (2-0) leading Big East Player of the Year Tyler Kolek late in the game. Kolek, who had six assists and five rebounds, walked off the court and into the locker room with just under 8 minutes left and did not return.
NO. 9 TENNESSEE 80, WISCONSIN 70: Dalton Knecht scored 24 points to continue his smooth transition to high-major basketball as visiting Tennessee (2-0) faced Wisconsin (1-1).
Knecht led the Big Sky Conference with 20.2 points per game last season. The transfer from Northern Colorado averaged a team-best 16.3 points during Tennessee’s three-game exhibition trip to Italy this summer and had 17 points in his Volunteers debut on Monday, an 80-42 blowout of Tennessee Tech.
NO. 11 GONZAGA 86, Yale 71: Braden Huff scored 19 points off the bench in his collegiate debut, helping host Gonzaga pull away from Yale.
The redshirt freshman forward sparked a big first-half run by the Zags (1-0), who fell behind by 10 points early. Huff made 7 of 10 shots and grabbed nine rebounds.
NO. 13 MIAMI 88, UCF 72: Wooga Poplar scored 23 points to lead Miami (2-0) over UCF (1-1).
Poplar, a junior guard, shot 6 for 8 from the field and was perfect on five 3-point attempts.
NO. 14 ARKANSAS 86, GARDNER-WEBB 68: Khalif Battle had 21 points and Arkansas used a pair of big runs in the middle of the game to beat visiting Gardner-Webb.
Tramon Mark added 14 points and El Ellis scored 13 for the Razorbacks (2-0). Trevon Brazile had 10 points and a team-high seven rebounds.
NO. 15 TEXAS A&M 73, OHIO STATE 66: Tyrece Radford and Wade Taylor IV each scored 21 points to help visiting Texas A&M beat Ohio State (1-1).
Henry Coleman III added 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Aggies (2-0) in a game that featured 19 lead changes and seven ties.
NO. 16 KENTUCKY 81, TAMU COMMERCE 61: Antonio Reeves scored 21 points, Tre Mitchell added 18 and Kentucky A&M Commerce beat Texas.
Justin Edwards scored 16 points for the short-handed Wildcats (2-0), while Rob Dillingham had 12 and DJ Wagner 11. Reeves made five of Kentucky’s eight 3-pointers, hitting three in a row to end his add to the first half.
BYU 74, NO. 17 SAN DIEGO STATE 65: Dallin Hall scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half to lead BYU (2-0) to a home win over San Diego State (1-1).
Jaxson Robinson, Richie Saunders and Fousseyni Traore each finished with 12 points for the Cougars and Traore grabbed a team-high eight rebounds as BYU earned its fifth win over an AP Top 25 opponent in coach Mark Pope’s tenure.
NO. 18 TEXAS 86, DELAWARE STATE 59: Max Abmas scored 19 points, Ithiel Horton added 18, and Texas used a 3-point flurry to pull away for a home win over Delaware State.
The Longhorns (2-0) made seven 3-pointers in the second half, finishing the game 12 for 22.
NO. 22 VILLANOVA 83, LE MOYNE 57: Justin Moore had 21 points and Tyler Burton had a double-double to lead Villanova (2-0) against Le Moyne.
Moore scored 16 points in the first half on 6 for 10 shooting and Burton, one of four transfers for the Wildcats this season, finished with 10 points and a game-high 13 rebounds.
NO. 24 ALABAMA 102, INDIANA STATE 80: Aaron Estrada scored 27 points to lead host Alabama over Indiana State.
Mark Sears had a hot hand in the second half, scoring 15 of his 22 points in the final 20 minutes and finishing with four rebounds and two goals. Grant Nelson added 20 points and led Alabama (2-0) with eight rebounds.
NO. 25 ILLINOIS 64, OAKLAND 53: Terrence Shannon Jr. scored. 15 points and host Illinois went on a 16-5 run to end the game to turn around upset Oakland.
Quincy Guerrier and Dain Dainja were forces inside for Illinois (2-0). Guerrier had 13 points and a team-high 10 rebounds while Dainja had 10 points and seven rebounds. Ty Rodgers also had 10 points for Illinois.
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