Jan 13, 2021 3:00 AM

Tuesday Sports Headlines and Scores presented by Barton Community College

Posted Jan 13, 2021 3:00 AM
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STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Cade Cunningham scored 18 points, and Oklahoma State held off a late rally to defeat No. 6 Kansas 75-70. Kansas trailed by three in the closing seconds and had possession. Oklahoma State’s Bryce Williams stole the ball, drove the length of the floor and and dunked as time expired. The Cowboys blew a 19-point lead in a loss to West Virginia eight days earlier and squandered a 16-point lead in the second half of this one before scoring the game’s final eight points. David McCormack scored a season-high 24 points for Kansas.

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — De’Vion Harmon made four 3-pointers and scored 22 points to lead Oklahoma to an 82-46 rout over TCU. Oklahoma (7-4, 3-3 Big 12), which beat TCU 82-78 on Dec. 6, ended a two-game losing skid. The Horned Frogs (9-5, 2-4) have lost three straight since having their five-game winning streak snapped. Austin Reaves added 11 points and Alondes Williams had 10 for Oklahoma. The Sooners scored 25 points from 16 TCU turnovers. RJ Nembhard scored 10 points to lead TCU.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Seventh-ranked Michigan is 11-0 following a 77-54 drubbing of No. 9 Wisconsin. The Wolverines turned it into a blowout by reeling off a 43-6 run bridging the two halves after leading by three. Mike Smith had 16 points and six assists, while Franz Wagner added 15 points and 10 boards for Michigan.

UNDATED (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert says he is disappointed with the delay in moving ahead with proposals surrounding athletes’ ability to make money and to transfer to another school without having to sit out a year of competition. He says he remains committed to getting those things done in 2021. Votes on the two issues were postponed this week. The Justice Department has rasied concerns about potential anti-trust violations. Emmert also says diversity, health and safety and rules enforcement remain key issues.

UNDATED (AP) — For those fans who are a tired of the same teams gobbling up the College Football Playoff spots and the top rankings, there is reason to believe next season could be different. AP College Football Writer Ralph Russo says the top five teams in the final AP Top 25 may be breaking in new starting quarterbacks next season. That doesn't mean that Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State won't be top teams. But Russo says other teams could be in the mix.

TUESDAY SCORES

TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL

(13)West Virginia at (2)Baylor 9 p.m. (Postponed)

(10)Tennessee at South Carolina 7 p.m. (Postponed)

(10)Tennessee at Vanderbilt 7 p.m. (Postponed)

(12)Clemson at Syracuse 9 p.m. (Postponed)

Vanderbilt at (17)Missouri 9 p.m. (Postponed)

Final Oklahoma St. 75 (6)Kansas 70

Final (7)Michigan 77 (9)Wisconsin 54

Final (20)Virginia Tech 74 (19)Duke 67

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

Boston at Chicago 8 p.m. (Postponed)

Final Utah 117 Cleveland 87

Final Brooklyn 122 Denver 116

Final OT Philadelphia 137 Miami 134

Final L.A. Lakers 117 Houston 100

Final San Antonio 112 Oklahoma City 102

Final Indiana 104 Golden State 95