One week after earning its first Mountain West Conference victory, San Jose State could not keep up with No. 13 San Diego State on Tuesday night, losing 90-64.

The Spartans (7-20, 1-14), who won at Nevada a week earlier, kept the score close for much of the first half in San Diego. But the Aztecs (24-3, 13-2) pulled away late in the half, then poured it on in the second half.

Rashad Muhammad and Jaleel Williams each scored 14 points for SJSU. JJ O'Brien, Winston Shepard and Dwayne Polee II had 12 points apiece for San Diego State.

Florida 57, Vanderbilt 54: Dorian Finney-Smith scored 19 points, and the No. 1 Gators (26-2, 15-0) held off the Commodores (15-12, 7-8) in Nashville, Tenn., to clinch at least a share of their second straight Southeastern Conference title.

Kyle Fuller missed a potential tying 3 in the final seconds for the Commodores, who beat Florida 83-70 the last time the Gators came into Memorial Gym ranked No. 1, on Feb. 17, 2007.

Wichita State 69, Bradley 49: Ron Baker scored 15 points to lead four Wichita State players in double figures, and the No. 2 Shockers became the first Division I team to reach 30-0 in the regular season. The 10 previous teams to go 30-0 all hit the 30-win mark during the postseason.

The Shockers (30-0, 17-0 Missouri Valley Conference) broke open the win against Bradley (12-18, 7-10) by making five 3-point shots in a second-half run in Peoria, Ill.

Duke 66, Virginia Tech 48: Rodney Hood scored 21 points to lead the No. 6 Blue Devils (23-6, 12-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) past the Hokies (9-18, 2-13) in Durham, N.C.

Wisconsin 69, Indiana 58: Sam Dekker scored 16 points, and the No. 14 Badgers (23-5, 10-5 Big Ten) defeated the Hoosiers (15-12, 5-9) in Madison, Wis.

Minnesota 95, Iowa 89: Austin Hollins scored 27 points as the Gophers (18-11, 7-9 Big Ten) turned back the No. 20 Hawkeyes (19-8, 8-6) in Minneapolis.

Women

Connecticut 81, SMU 48: Bria Hartley scored 25 points, and the No. 1 Huskies (29-0, 16-0 American Athletic) won their 35th straight game, routing the Mustangs (16-11, 7-9) in Dallas.

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