TEMPE, Ariz. — Jahii Carson scored 23 points and Jordan Bachynski swatted Derrick Wilson's runner at the buzzer for his seventh block, helping Arizona State knock off Marquette to remain undefeated.

TEMPE, Ariz. — Jahii Carson scored 23 points and Jordan Bachynski swatted Derrick Wilson's runner at the buzzer for his seventh block, helping Arizona State knock off Marquette to remain undefeated.

The Sun Devils (6-0) led by 15 in the first half, but had to withstand a late rally by the Golden Eagles.

With Arizona State leading 78-77, Jermaine Marshall hit one of two free throws with 7 seconds left, giving Marquette (3-2) a final shot.

Wilson managed to get into the lane, but the 7-foot-2 Bachynski roamed across the lane to knock the ball away, then was swarmed by teammates on the floor.

Bachynski had 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Marshall had 23 points for Arizona State, off to its best start since opening the 1980-81 season with seven straight wins.

California 85, Arkansas 77

At Lahaina, Hawaii, David Kravish had 19 points and 15 rebounds as California beat Arkansas in the opening game of the Maui Invitational.

Ricky Kreklow scored 17 points off the bench while three others scored in double-digits for the Golden Bears (5-0).

Stanford 86, Houston 76

At New York, Dwight Powell and Anthony Brown both scored 20 points to lead Stanford past Houston in the semifinals of the Progressive Legends Classic.

Josh Huestis had 13 points and 13 rebounds for Stanford, which shot 66.7 percent from the field (18 of 27) from the field in the second half breaking from a 32-32 halftime tie.

Men's Top Five

No. 3 Kentucky 68,Cleveland St. 61

At Lexington, Ky., Andrew Harrison's three-point play broke a 57-all tie before twin brother Aaron followed with a 3-pointer with 1:20 remaining, helping Kentucky escape stubborn Cleveland State.

After Bryn Forbes' 3-pointer provided a 57-56 lead, Cauley-Stein made one of two free throws before Andrew Harrison followed with his drive and free throw. Aaron Harrison added a 3-point for a six-point lead.

No. 5 Oklahoma St. 93,South Florida 67

At Tampa, Fla., Marcus Smart and Markel Brown scored 25 points apiece, leading Oklahoma State to a victory over South Florida.

The Cowboys (5-0) were barely tested in the early-season matchup of unbeaten teams. There were eight lead changes in the opening minutes, however Smart put a big exclamation mark on a 23-point opening-half with a buzzer-beating shot from beyond half-court to put Oklahoma State up by 16 at halftime.

That was as close as South Florida (4-1) would get the rest of the way.

No. 7 Ohio State 65, Wyoming 50

At Columbus, Ohio, Lenzelle Smith Jr. scored 20 points and Aaron Craft had all 10 of his points in a second-half surge to lead Ohio State past Wyoming.

Craft was scoreless and having a forgettable game until he began driving and scored 10 of the Buckeyes' 13 points during a 13-4 run that turned the tide.

Amir Williams added 12 points and a career-high 16 rebounds — six more than his previous best — for Ohio State (5-0).

Larry Nance Jr., son of the former Cleveland Cavaliers star, had 17 points and 12 rebounds despite heavy foul trouble for the Cowboys (4-2).

No. 8 Syracuse 75, Minnesota 67

At Lahaina, Hawaii, C.J. Fair scored 16 points and had 10 rebounds as Syracuse held off Minnesota in the first round of the Maui Invitational.

The Orange (5-0) pushed through a late run by the Golden Gophers, who pulled within 67-65 with little more than two minutes left.

But Minnesota (5-1) committed four turnovers in the final two minutes, scoring only once more when Austin Hollins hit a meaningless layup in the game's final moments.

Trevor Cooney scores 15 points all on 3-pointers, while Tyler Ennis and Jerami Grant scored 12 points each.