Oskar Michelsen scored 20 points, Brian Sullivan hit a 3-pointer with one second left in regulation and Davidson outscored George Mason in overtime for an 80-73 win on Saturday.
D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera hit five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points, and Joshua Smith added 18 points and 15 rebounds to help Georgetown beat Marquette 95-85 in overtime on Saturday.
Aaron Harrison added 13 and No. 1 Kentucky defeated South Carolina 58-43 on Saturday, equaling a 19-game win streak to start the 2009-10 season.
Indiana sent a message to the Big Ten on Thursday night.
John Kopriva scored 19 points, and Patricio Garino added 16 and eight rebounds to help George Washington beat Fordham 79-59 on Thursday night.
Malcolm Brogdon scored 13 points and No. 2 Virginia ran its home winning streak to 21 games with a 57-28 victory against Georgia Tech on Thursday night.
Laurin Mincy scored 17 points, Lexie Brown added 12 and seven assists and No. 7 Maryland breezed past injury-riddled Michigan State 85-56 Thursday night for its 10th straight victory.
In the past month, Gardner has scored go-ahead baskets with 0.5, 0.8 and 0.3 seconds left in regulation. “We all have confidence in him that he’ll make the right play,” teammate John Schoof said, “no matter what it is.”
Georgetown is back on script, which means the Hoyas have returned to a familiar spot - first place in the Big East.
Copeland finishes with a career-high 17 points off the bench and the Hoyas lead by as many as 23 points in the first half to knock off the visiting Wildcats.
Justin Jackson scored 16 points and No. 15 North Carolina held on for a sloppy 68-53 win over Virginia Tech on Sunday night.
Trust and a growing comfort in the offense have translated into new levels of production for Copeland in Georgetown’s past two games. The forward will aim to continue that streak Monday night, when the Hoyas host No. 5 Villanova.