BERKELEY In a game marred by an altercation, Chasson Randle scored 20 points as Stanford beat Cal 83-70 Wednesday night, completing a season sweep and ending the Bears' seven-game winning streak.
Play was halted for nearly 10 minutes late in the game after players from both teams began pushing and shoving each another during a break in play. Six players received technical fouls, two others were ejected for leaving the bench, and a combined three assistant coaches from the teams were thrown out.
Josh Huestis had 18 points, and Aaron Bright scored 16 for the Cardinal (18-13, 9-9 Pacific-12 Conference).
Allen Crabbe and Justin Cobbs, both of whom were involved in the dustup, had 24 points apiece for Cal (20-10, 12-6).
Washington State 73, No. 23 UCLA 61 in Pullman, Wash. Brock Motum had 20 points and 11 rebounds as the last-place Cougars (12-18, 3-14 Pacific-12) stunned the first-place Bruins (22-8, 12-5).
UCLA fell from a tie with Oregon atop the conference standings and had a four-game winning streak stopped.
Washington State broke a nine-game skid despite playing without its second- and third-leading scorers, Mike Ladd and DaVonte Lacy, both out with knee injuries.
The Cougars sliced up the Bruins inside for easy layups much of the game, outscoring them in the paint 44-20. Washington State also had a 46-23 rebounding advantage.
UCLA was held 15 points below its conference-leading scoring average. The Bruins had beaten the Cougars eight straight times.
Villanova 67, No. 5 Georgetown 57 in Philadelphia The Hoyas joined some elite company just not in the kind of category they preferred.
JayVaughn Pinkston scored 20 points to help the Wildcats (19-12, 10-8 Big East Conference) beat a top-five team for the third time at home this season. Louisville and Syracuse also had fallen to Villanova.
Georgetown (23-5, 13-4) had an 11-game winning streak stopped. The Hoyas committed 23 turnovers.
Georgia Tech 71, No. 6 Miami 69 in Coral Gables, Fla. Marcus Georges-Hunt followed his own miss for the winning tip-in at the buzzer, and the Yellow Jackets (16-13, 6-11) prevented the Hurricanes from clinching the outright Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title.
Miami (23-6, 14-3) blew a 13-point second-half lead and lost for the third time in four games.
No. 7 Michigan 80, Purdue 75 in West Lafayette, Ind. Trey Burke had 26 points as the Wolverines (25-5, 12-5) stayed alive for a share of the Big Ten Conference regular-season title, withstanding the Boilermakers (14-16, 7-10).
Michigan hosts No. 2 Indiana on Sunday in the regular-season finale. The Hoosiers lead the Wolverines by one game.
No. 11 Florida 66, Vanderbilt 40 in Gainesville, Fla. Kenny Boynton had 15 points to help the Gators (24-5, 14-3) clinch the Southeastern Conference regular-season title with a rout of the Commodores (13-16, 7-10).