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  • Parker, Duke rout Georgia Tech

  • ATLANTA — Jabari Parker had 16 points and 14 rebounds, and No. 5 Duke rolled past Georgia Tech 68-51 on Tuesday night.
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  • ATLANTA — Jabari Parker had 16 points and 14 rebounds, and No. 5 Duke rolled past Georgia Tech 68-51 on Tuesday night.
    Rodney Hood sank four 3-pointers and scored 14 points for Duke, which never trailed and led by double figures for the final 28 minutes. The Blue Devils (21-5, 10-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) have won four straight and nine of 10.
    Duke is in a hectic run of four games in eight days. The Blue Devils will play at North Carolina on Thursday before facing No. 1 Syracuse on Saturday. The stretch began with a win at Maryland on Saturday.
    Robert Carter Jr. led Georgia Tech (13-13, 4-9 ACC) with 13 points. Kammeon Holsey had 12, and Chris Bolden added 10.
    Duke, which has lost twice on the road to unranked conference opponents Notre Dame and Clemson, was 3-3 in ACC road games before Tuesday.
    No. 6 San Diego St. 60,Utah St. 45
    At San Diego, Matt Shrigley scored 15 points, including four 3-pointers, and San Diego State used a stifling defense to beat Utah State for its 12th straight home victory.
    Josh Davis added 12 points and Skylar Spencer 10 for the Aztecs (23-2, 12-1 Mountain West Conference), who play their much-anticipated first game of the season against New Mexico on Saturday night. The Lobos are in second place in the MWC going into their game at UNLV tonight.
    No. 8 Kansas 64, Texas Tech 63
    At Lubbock, Texas, Andrew Wiggins' layup with two seconds left lifted Kansas over Texas Tech.
    The freshman finished with 19 points, and Joel Embiid added 18 to lead the Jayhawks (20-6, 11-2). Kansas earned 20 wins for the 25th consecutive season and 11 conference victories for the 20th straight year.
    No. 9 Villanova 82,Providence 79, 2OT
    At Providence, R.I., Ryan Arcidiacono had a three-point play with 3.6 seconds left in the second overtime to lift Villanova to a win over Providence.
    Arcidiacono led the Wildcats (23-3, 11-2 Big East) with 21 points. JayVaughn Pinkston had 20 and James Bell 17. Villanova moved into a tie for first atop the Big East with Creighton.
    No. 11 Louisville 80,South Florida 54
    At Louisville, Ky., Russ Smith scored 19 points and Louisville overcame foul troubles to run away from South Florida.
    Luke Hancock added 16 points and Montrezl Harrell added 14 points despite four fouls as the Cardinals (22-4, 11-2 American Athletic Conference) won their tuneup before Saturday's rematch at first place and No. 7 Cincinnati. Louisville's fifth consecutive lopsided win also completed a season sweep of the Bulls (12-15, 3-11).
    No. 14 Virginia 57,Virginia Tech 53
    At Blacksburg, Va., Justin Anderson and Joe Harris made consecutive 3-pointers to cap Virginia's rally from an 11-point, second-half deficit in a victory over Virginia Tech.
    The Cavaliers (22-5, 13-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed most of the game but outscored the Hokies 23-6 after falling behind 40-29 with just more than 14 minutes remaining. It was Virginia's 10th victory in a row, matching the school's best start in ACC play since the 1980-81 team was also 13-1.
    No. 17 Iowa State 85,No. 19 Texas 76
    At Ames, Iowa, Melvin Ejim scored 25 points and DeAndre Kane added 22 to help Iowa State beat Texas for its fifth victory in six games.
    Georges Niang had 20 points for the Cyclones (20-5, 8-5 Big 12), who clinched their third straight 20-win season under coach Fred Hoiberg.
    No. 18 Kentucky 84,Mississippi 70
    At Oxford, Miss., Julius Randle had 25 points and 13 rebounds, Aaron Harrison added 17 points and Kentucky beat Mississippi.
    Kentucky (20-6, 10-3 Southeastern Conference) dominated throughout most of the game, going on a 15-0 run midway through the first half to take a 25-11 lead that proved insurmountable.
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