No. 1 Duke bounces back against Maryland

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DURHAM, N.C. — Fresh­man Rasheed Sulaimon scored a season-high 25 points and No. 1 Duke bounced back from one of its worst losses under Mike Krzyzewski by routing Maryland 84-64 on Saturday.

Mason Plumlee added 19 points and Seth Curry had 13 for the Blue Devils (17-2, 4-2).

Dez Wells and Charles Mitchell both had 13 points for the Terrapins (15-5, 3-4).

NO. 18 N.C. STATE 91,
NORTH CAROLINA 83

In Raleigh, N.C., Lorenzo Brown had 20 points and 11 assists to help No. 18 North Carolina State (16-4, 5-2) beat North Carolina (13-6, 3-3) , ending a 13-game losing streak in the long rivalry.

Freshman T.J. Warren added 19 points for the Wolfpack, who beat the Tar Heels for the first time in nearly six years.

P.J. Hairston scored 19 points to lead the Tar Heels.

GEORGIA TECH 82,
WAKE FOREST 62

In Atlanta, Robert Carter Jr. scored a career-high 20 points, including seven in Georgia Tech’s 16-0 run to open the game, and the Yellow Jackets beat Wake Forest for their first Atlantic Coast Conference win.

Carter, a 6-foot-8 freshman, made nine of 10 shots from the field, including two 3-pointers.

Georgia Tech (11-7, 1-5) was never threatened as it became the last ACC team to win its first conference game. It kept its leads in double figures for the final 38 minutes.

The Yellow Jackets made four of six 3-pointers in the 16-0 run and pushed the lead to 30 points at 37-7 on a 3-pointer by another freshman, Marcus Georges-Hunt.

C.J. Harris had 18 points for Wake Forest (10-9, 3-4), which fell to 0-4 in road conference games.

VIRGINIA 65,

BOSTON COLLEGE 51

In Charlottesville, Va., Justin Anderson and Akil Mitchell scored 16 points each and Virginia (14-5, 4-2) took command with a 16-3 run in the second half and beat Boston College (9-10, 1-5), the Cavaliers’ third consecutive victory.

With scoring leader Joe Harris managing just seven points for Virginia, the freshman Anderson and Mitchell carried the scoring load.


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