Mikh McKinney scored 18 points and Konner Veneto (Placer High School) added 14, helping host Sacramento State overcome its foul-line struggles Monday night and beat Southern Utah 64-59.
Dylan Garrity chipped in 12 points for the Hornets (7-5, 2-2 Big Sky), who had lost four of their previous five games.
Sac State took 55 foul shots, many of them in the final minutes as Southern Utah tried to rally, but made just 29 (52.7 percent).
Jackson Stevenett had 24 points on 8-of-15 shooting, plus 12 rebounds, for the Thunderbirds (5-8, 3-1), who never led but pulled within 41-40 on Jayson Cheesman's dunk with 9:32 to play. But Sac State scored the next 11 points.
No. 5 Indiana 74, Penn State 51 in State College, Pa. Christian Watford scored 16 points, Cody Zeller had 15, and the Hoosiers (14-1, 2-0 Big Ten) raced past the Nittany Lions (8-6, 0-2).
No. 17 Notre Dame 66, No. 21 Cincinnati 60 in Cincinnati Jerian Grant scored 19 points, and the Fighting Irish (14-1, 2-0 Big East) used their patient offense to get open shots, extend their winning streak to 12 games and hand the Bearcats (13-3, 1-2) their third straight home loss.
Florida The No. 11 Gators likely will be without forward Erik Murphy for Wednesday's game against Georgia, maybe longer. Murphy, the team's second-leading scorer, has a painful rib injury that kept him out of Sunday's win at Yale.
AP Poll Unbeaten Duke and Michigan hold the top two spots in the Associated Press' basketball poll for the fourth straight week.
Duke received 62 first-place votes from the 65-member national media panel, with Michigan getting the other three.
Louisville overtook unbeaten Arizona for third. Completing the top 10 are Indiana, Kansas, Syracuse, Minnesota, Gonzaga and Missouri.
AP Poll Baylor is back where it started the season No. 1.
The Lady Bears regained the top spot in the Associated Press poll after former No. 1 Connecticut lost to Notre Dame on Saturday.
Baylor, which received 32 first-place votes this week, was the top choice in the preseason after going 40-0 last season. The Lady Bears had a run of 21 straight weeks at No. 1 end with a neutral-site loss to Stanford in November.
Notre Dame jumped three spots to No. 2 after its thrilling one-point victory at UConn. Stanford dropped one place to fifth, and Cal remained seventh.