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DeNo. 11 Georgetown 64,

No. 12 Syracuse 56

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Austin Freeman had 14 points to lead four Georgetown players in double figures, and the Hoyas won their seventh straight game.

Georgetown (19-5, 8-4 Big East) gave coach John Thompson III his first win in the Carrier Dome in six tries. It was the third straight home loss for Syracuse (20-5, 7-5), only the third time that's happened in coach Jim Boeheim's 35 years.

Kris Joseph scored 14 points, D.J. Fair had 12, and Brandon Triche 11 for the Orange.

No. 13 Wisconsin 62,

Iowa 59, OT

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Jon Leuer scored 19 points, Jordan Taylor added 16 to help Wisconsin to its sixth win in seven games.

Keaton Nankivil added 10 points for the Badgers, who tuned up for their showdown with top-ranked Ohio State on Saturday by barely surviving a road test against the Big Ten's worst team.

Bryce Cartwright had 14 points to lead Iowa (10-14, 3-9), which was seeking its first three-game winning streak in the Big Ten in four years.

No. 17 Florida 79,

South Carolina 60

COLUMBIA, S.C — Erving Walker scored a season-high 25 points and No. 17 Florida used a quick start and some hot shooting to put away South Carolina.

The Gators (19-5, 8-2 Southeastern Conference) led 9-0, were up by 11 at the half and shot better than 55 percent, their best showing since November. They maintained their large lead atop the SEC Eastern and gave Billy Donovan his 350th victory as the school's coach.

Bruce Ellington had 14 points for South Carolina (13-9, 4-5), which has lost four of five.

No. 22 Texas A&M 73,

Colorado 70, OT

BOULDER, Colo. — Nathan Walkup scored 18 points and B.J. Holmes added 13 for the Aggies, including a 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds remaining to send the game into overtime.

Once in overtime, Texas A&M (18-5, 5-4 Big 12) took control early, scoring the first six points to snap a three-game losing streak.

Alec Burks scored 24 points and Cory Higgins added 19 for the Buffaloes (15-10, 4-6), who lost their eighth straight against the Aggies.

No. 24 Temple 77,

Fordham 66

PHILADELPHIA — Ramon Moore scored 22 points to lead Temple to its fifth straight win.

Scootie Randall and Micheal Eric each added 12 points for the Owls (18-2, 8-2 Atlantic 10), who forced 17 turnovers and had a 49-36 rebounding edge.

Temple now sits ½ game behind Xavier and Duquesne for first place in the conference.

Chris Gaston scored 27 points for Fordham (6-16, 0-10), which has dropped 12 straight games and has yet to win in 2011.