Ty Lawson helped Tyler Hansbrough make it four in a row at Cameron Indoor Stadium, while keeping himself perfect against North Carolina's most despised rival.
Lawson scored 21 of his 25 points in the second half, and No. 3 North Carolina rallied past No. 6 Duke, 101-87, last night.
Hansbrough scored 17 points - and hit another late three-pointer - for the visiting Tar Heels (22-2, 8-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), who became the first team in nine seasons to hit triple digits against Duke.
Kyle Singler scored 22 points and Jon Scheyer added 20 to lead Duke (20-4, 7-3), which lost for the fifth time in six meetings with its hated rival 8 miles down Tobacco Road.
North Carolina State 82, No. 7 Wake Forest 76: : Brandon Costner scored 23 points to help the host Wolfpack (13-9, 3-6 ACC) score its first win over a ranked opponent in five games this year.
James Johnson scored 18 points to lead the Demon Deacons (18-4, 5-4), who dropped their third consecutive road game.
Virginia Tech 76, Georgia Tech 71: : Malcolm Delaney (Towson Catholic) scored nine of his 23 points in a four-minute stretch late in the second half and the host Hokies (16-7, 6-3 ACC) won their second straight after losing two in a row.
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No. 1 Connecticut 63, No. 23 Syracuse 49:: Hasheem Thabeet had eight points, 16 rebounds and seven blocks to lead the host Huskies (23-3, 11-1 Big East) to their 12th straight victory.
No. 2 Oklahoma 78, Baylor 63: : Blake Griffin had 18 points and 10 rebounds for his 21st double double this season and the visiting Sooners (24-1, 10-0 Big 12) won their 12th straight.
Top 25 women
No. 10 Louisville 71, No. 22 Notre Dame 66: : Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) had 20 points and 11 rebounds and Candyce Bingham had 21 points and 12 rebounds for the visiting Cardinals (22-3, 9-2 Big East).
Johns Hopkins 74, Gettysburg 68: : The host Blue Jays (12-10, 7-8 Centennial), led by Collin Kamm and Mike Henrici with 14 points each, overcame a 15-point halftime deficit to beat the Bullets (14-7, 9-6).
McDaniel 69, Dickinson 55: : Josh McKay (Eastern Tech) had a double double with 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Green Terror (17-5, 12-3 Centennial) past the Red Devils (10-11, 4-11).
Gallaudet 80, Salisbury 70: : Devin Jones had 22 points for the Sea Gulls (9-13, 6-7) in a losing effort. Seko White had a game-high 24 points for the Bison (11-12, 2-12 Capital Athletic).
Frostburg State 62, Penn State-Altoona 55: : Steven Ogg scored a team-high 16 points to power the visiting Bobcats (13-9, 10-5 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate) past the Lions (12-10, 9-6).
Marymount 68, Stevenson 64: : Tarek Ammoury scored a team-high 15 points and his two free throws with 0.1 of a second remaining gave the visiting Saints (11-11, 6-7 Capital Athletic) the win. The Mustangs (6-16, 5-8) are tied with York for the sixth and final conference playoff spot.
St. Mary's 56, Mary Washington 53: : Sam Burum (eight points) hit a layup with 1:10 left to give the host Seahawks (19-4, 12-2 Capital Athletic) the lead for good. St. Mary's Camontae Griffin finished with a game-high 30 points.
Haverford 53, Washington College 45: : Sam Permutt had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead the host Fords (11-10, 8-7) past the Shoremen (10-12, 7-8).
Hood 86, Wesley 83: : Garrett Williams hit the game-winning three-pointer with five seconds left to lift the host Blazers (8-15, 5-9 Capital Athletic) over the Wolverines (15-7. 11-2).
Vermont 73, UMBC 49: : Michelle Kurowski had 14 points and Erin Brown 12 in a losing effort for the host Retrievers (12-11, 4-6 America East).
Salisbury 54, Gallaudet 51: : The visiting Sea Gulls (7-15, 7-6 Capital Athletic), led by Kylie Hall with 14 points, held off a late rally by the Bison (5-17, 0-14).
Mary Washington 73, St. Mary's 42:: The host Eagles (18-4, 10-3 Capital Athletic) won their fifth straight and completed their sweep of the Seahawks (7-15, 5-9). Kiely Murphy had 15 points for St. Mary's.
Wesley 78, Hood 48: : Jen Willison scored 17 points in a losing effort for the host Blazers (4-19, 2-12 Capital Athletic).
The Wolverines (13-9, 9-4) led 42-16 at the half.
Marymount 74, Stevenson 47: : The visiting Saints (18-4, 11-2 Capital Athletic) outscored the Mustangs (5-17, 3-10), 45-23 in the first half.