#11/10 PURDUE def. IOWA, 75-52
Iowa coach Fran McCaffery warned his players about Ryne Smith.
He told them the Purdue guard was one of the hottest shooters in the Big Ten and they should never leave him open.
His Hawkeyes played man-to-man, they played zone, and the result was the same - they still couldn't find Smith. He made a career-high six 3-pointers and scored 18 points Sunday to help No. 11 Purdue beat Iowa 75-52, the Boilermakers' 10th straight win. RECAP & BOX SCORE
#2/2 OHIO STATE def. #rv/21 MINNESOTA, 67-64
David Lighty scored 19 points and No. 2 Ohio State survived a scare when Austin Hollins' 3-pointer came up short in the final seconds, allowing the Buckeyes to remain unbeaten with a 67-64 victory over Minnesota on Sunday. RECAP & BOX SCORE
#3/3 Kansas def. MICHIGAN, 67-60 (OT)
After scoring a season-low 18 first-half points, the University of Michigan men's basketball team overcame a 41-28 deficit with 11:19 to play to force overtime, where the Wolverines eventually fell by a 67-60 score to Kansas (No. 3 AP/No. 3 ESPN/USA Today) on Sunday evening (Jan. 9) inside Crisler Arena. Michigan held the Jayhawks to their lowest point total of the season (67) and forced them into 16 turnovers in the loss. RECAP & BOX SCORE
NORTHWESTERN def. INDIANA, 93-81
Northwestern established momentum early and kept Indiana at bay as the Wildcats defeat the Hoosiers 93-81 at Welsh-Ryan Arena, notching their first Big Ten victory of the season. John Shurna led all scorers with 24 points while Luka Mirkovic added a double-double, finishing with 20 points and 12 rebounds for Northwestern as the Wildcats led by as many as 24 in the second half. RECAP & BOX SCORE