J.J. Redick scored 26 points in an 82-65 win over Georgia Tech.
DURHAM, N.C. -- Mike Krzyzewski collapsed from a dizzy spell during a timeout in the first half of No. 4 Duke's 82-65 victory against No. 25 Georgia Tech on Saturday.
During a timeout 81/2 minutes into the game, Krzyzewski was talking to one of the referees and suddenly fell to the floor. He lay on his right side, but never appeared to lose consciousness, and coached the rest of the game.
J.J. Redick had 17 of his 26 points in the first half, Shelden Williams finished with 15 points, 12 rebounds and six blocks, and Daniel Ewing added 16 points for Duke (17-2, 7-2 Atlantic Coast Conference).
Georgia Tech (13-7, 4-5) has lost five of its last seven games, all without injured guard B.J. Elder (hamstring). Jarrett Jack scored 18 points and Luke Schenscher had 11 for the Yellow Jackets.
No. 3 Kansas 78, Nebraska 65
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Keith Langford matched his career high with 27 points, and Kansas held Nebraska without a field goal for more than six minutes late to seal the win.
Wayne Simien had 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Jayhawks (18-1, 8-0 Big 12). Jason Dourisseau scored a career-high 24 points for Nebraska (10-9, 3-5).
No. 6 Kentucky 84, Vanderbilt 70
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Patrick Sparks, Kelenna Azubuike and Chuck Hayes each scored 15 points to help Kentucky win its eighth straight.
The Wildcats (17-2, 8-0 Southeastern Conference) have beaten Vanderbilt in 24 of the last 26 games.
Hayes had a team-high 13 rebounds, and Rajon Rondo added 12 points for Kentucky. Corey Smith led Vanderbilt with 16 points.
No. 7 Wake Forest 83,Virginia Tech 63
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Taron Downey scored 18 points lead Wake Forest.
Downey, who plays behind star guards Chris Paul and Justin Gray, scored 13 points in the first half in just 12 minutes, getting into the game while Gray sat out in foul trouble.
Gray finished with 16 points for the Demon Deacons (19-3, 7-2 Atlantic Coast Conference). Paul didn't score until hitting a free throw with 3:30 to go, finishing with three points and a game-high nine assists.
Jamon Gordon led the Hokies (12-8, 5-4 ACC) with 20 points.
Florida 85, No. 11 Alabama 54
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- David Lee, Anthony Roberson and Matt Walsh each scored 18 points to lead Florida to its largest victory against a ranked opponent.
Freshman Al Horford pulled down 18 rebounds for the Gators (14-5, 6-2 SEC), who blew it open early with a 15-0 run. Earnest Shelton and Chuck Davis had 15 points to pace Alabama (17-4, 6-2).
No. 13 Washington 82, UCLA 70
SEATTLE -- Brandon Roy scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half, and Washington collected 22 offensive rebounds to survive one of its worst shooting performances of the season.
Washington (19-3, 9-2 Pac-10) shot 37.8 percent (28-of-74) from the floor. Dijon Thompson scored 22 points for the Bruins (12-7, 6-5). Josh Shipp added 20.
No. 14 Arizona 90, Stanford 72
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Salim Stoudamire had 20 of his 26 points in the second half, and Arizona ended Stanford's four-year winning streak in Tucson.
Channing Frye had 15 points and 13 rebounds, Hassan Adams and Chris Rodgers scored 13 each and Ivan Radenovic had 10 points for the Wildcats (19-4, 9-2 Pac-10). Dan Grunfeld had 23 points for the Cardinal.
No. 17 Gonzaga 92, Santa Clara 75
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Ronny Turiaf and Adam Morrison each scored 22 points to lead Gonzaga over Santa Clara.
J.P. Batista added 19 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for Gonzaga (17-4, 7-2 WCC). Santa Clara (12-12, 5-4) shot just 39 percent. Kyle Bailey led the Broncos with 25 points, hitting 10-of-11 free throws.
There were 48 fouls called in the game, and Santa Clara made 23-of-28 free throws.
Charlotte 91, No. 18 Cincinnati 90
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Brendan Plavich scored all but two of his 26 points on 3-pointers to lead Charlotte over Cincinnati in the final regular season meeting between two Conference USA rivals.
Plavich made 8-of-17 3-pointers to lead the 49ers (15-4, 6-2 C-USA) in scoring.
The Bearcats' (17-5, 6-3) Eric Hicks was fouled under the basket and sent to the line with a chance to tie it, but Hicks made just one of his free throws.
Eddie Basden finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds and four steals for Charlotte. His four steals gave him 231 for his career, tying the conference record.
Hicks led Cincinnati with 20 points.
No. 23 Connecticut 68,St. John's 46
STORRS, Conn. -- Rashad Anderson scored 21 points and Josh Boone blocked a career-high nine shots for Connecticut.
The Huskies (14-5, 6-3 Big East) were outrebounded for just the second time this season (40-41), but came up big everywhere else. The Red Storm (8-11, 2-7) shot just 27 percent in their lowest scoring game of the season, going nearly 11 minutes without a field goal in the second half and was 0-12 from 3-point range.
Daryll Hill, the Big East's top scorer, led St. John's with 22 points.