Kyle Barone scored 16 points and grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds and Stephen Madison scored 15 as Idaho defeated San Jose State 64-55 in a Western Athletic Conference game at the Event Center.

The Vandals (6-6, 2-0 WAC) picked up their second road win in conference play and ended the Spartans' (7-6, 2-1) hopes of going 3-0 for the first time as a WAC member.

Guard James Kinney was the only San Jose State player to score in double figures, with a game-high 17 points.

After opening conference play with two 50-plus percent field goal shooting efforts, the Spartans made just 28.2 percent against Idaho, which made 50 percent of its field goal tries.

Guard Matt McChristian was a third double-figures scorer for Idaho with 10 points, including two key 3-pointers in the second half.

After leading 33-30 at halftime, the Vandals used a 10-0 run early in the second half to take a 46-32 lead.

The Spartans closed to 53-48 with 8:13 remaining, but Idaho answered with a 7-0 spurt.

Arizona 92, Colorado 83: Kevin Parrom scored five of his 16 points in overtime after No. 3 Arizona staged an improbable late rally in regulation and the Wildcats escaped with a victory over Colorado in their Pac-12 opener in Tucson, Ariz.

Colorado's Sabatino Chen banked in a 3-pointer at the end of regulation, but officials waved it off after reviewing the video, saying the ball was on his fingertips as the backboard lights went on to show time had expired.

Arizona (13-0, 1-0) outscored the Buffaloes 10-2 over the final 1:35 of regulation to force the overtime.

The Wildcats were down by 17 points in the first half and 16 with 12:40 to go in regulation.

Askia Booker led Colorado (10-3, 0-1) with 18 points.

Gonzaga 78, Pepperdine 62: Elias Harris scored 18 points and Kelly Olynk had 16 to lead No. 10 Gonzaga (14-1) over Pepperdine (8-6) in a West Coast Conference opener in Malibu.

Michigan 94, Northwestern 66: Trey Burke scored 23 points, Tim Hardaway Jr. added 21 and No. 2 Michigan pounded host Northwestern (9-5, 0-1 Big Ten) to remain unbeaten. Off to their best start since they opened the 1985-86 season with 16 wins, the Wolverines (14-0) had no trouble in the Big Ten opener after breezing through the nonconference portion of their schedule.

Women

Saint Mary's 68, USF 48: Danielle Mauldin scored 16 points to lead three Saint Mary's players in double figures as the Gaels (9-4) rolled past USF (7-7) in both team's WCC opener. Kate Gaze added 14 points and Jackie Nared 12 for the Gaels.

Mel Khlok led the Dons with 13.

Santa Clara 59, Portland 58: Nici Gilday scored 15 points, and Ricki Radanovich 12 as Santa Clara (8-5) opened WCC play with a road win over Portland (5-9).

Idaho 82, San Jose State 65: Despite 20 points by Ta'Rea Cunnigan, San Jose State (4-10, 1-2 WAC) remained winless on the road this season by falling to Idaho (4-9, 1-1).

Duke 67, North Carolina State 57: Haley Peters had 18 points and 11 rebounds to help third-ranked Duke beat host North Carolina State. Chelsea Gray added 20 points and six rebounds for the Blue Devils (12-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who had to fight into the final minutes to put away the Wolfpack (8-6, 0-2).

North Carolina 60, Maryland 57: Brittany Rountree scored 13 points and No. 15 North Carolina (14-1, 2-0 ACC) held on to beat No. 8 Maryland (10-3, 1-1) in Raleigh, N.C.

Tennessee 73, South Carolina 53: Isabelle Harrison tied her career best with 18 points and set career highs with 14 rebounds and seven blocks as No. 12 Tennessee (10-3) rallied with a big second half to beat No. 18 South Carolina (12-2) in a Southeastern Conference opener in Columbia, S.C.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.