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Spartans rip Huskers

EAST LANSING (AP) — Third-ranked Michigan State has reeled off a six-game winning streak since its loss to No. 1 Duke last month.

Nick Ward matched his season high with 22 points as part of a balanced offense that led an 86-57 pounding over Nebraska. Jaren Jackson had 15 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks for the 7-1 Spartans, while teammate Cassius Winston scored 16 points and had seven assists.

Michigan State used a 16-4 spurt to go ahead 34-16 late in the first half.

The most surprising top-25 outcome occurred in Louisville as Desi Rodriguez nailed an off-balance bank shot with eight seconds left to send Seton Hall past the 17th-ranked Cardinals 79-77. Rodriguez had a season-high 29 points in helping the Pirates stay unbeaten since falling from the AP men's basketball poll.

In other top-25 finals:

— Martinas Geben had 14 points and 10 rebounds to help No. 5 Notre Dame beat St. Francis of Brooklyn 71-53. Bonzie Colson had 13 points and nine boards before he and coach Mike Bray were ejected with 6:02 remaining following a flagrant foul call on Colson.

— Nate Mason scored a season-high 26 points and 12th-ranked Minnesota improved to 8-1 by winning its Big Ten opener 89-67 over Rutgers. Murphy finished with 18 points and 16 rebounds in his ninth consecutive double-double.

— No. 13 North Carolina strolled to a 97-73 romp over Tulane behind Luke Maye's 22 points and 10 rebounds. Kenny Williams and Joel Berry II finished with 13 points apiece for the 8-1 Tar Heels.

— UCF held Alabama star freshman Collin Sexton to zero field goals and seven points in a 65-62 upset of the 24th-ranked Crimson Tide. Terrell Allen had 16 points and eight assists for the Knights.

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