Montrezl Harrell scored 20 points to lead six in double figures as Louisville defeated Louisiana-Lafayette 113-74.
Shawn Long, who led all scorers with 25 points, had a dunk three minutes into the second half to get Lafayette to within 62-54, but Louisville (8-1) scored the next 13 points and its lead didn’t fall below 19 points the rest of the way.
Chris Jones had 19 points and Russ Smith, 16 for the host Cardinals, who won their 13th consecutive home game.
Kasey Shepherd added 18 points off the bench for the Rajin Cajuns.
No. 8 Wisconsin 70, Marquette 64
Sam Dekker had 20 points and 10 rebounds as the Badgers snapped a two-game losing streak in the series with their in-state rival.
All five starters scored in double figures for the Badgers, who are 10-0 for the first time since 1993-1994.
For Marquette (5-4), Jamil Wilson hit 10-of-20 field goals for a team-high 20 points.
No. 16 Memphis 96, Northwestern State 76
Shaq Goodwin scored a career-high 21 points and the Tigers shot 54 percent in the home win.
Joe Jackson added 18 points for Memphis (6-1), which has won 15 consecutive games at FedExForum since dropping a game to Louisville last December.
The visiting Demons got 39 points from their bench, including Jalan West’s team-high 15 points.
Missouri 80, No. 18 UCLA 71
Jabari Brown, Jordan Clarkson and Earnest Ross combined for 63 points and made 10-of-24 3-pointers as the Tigers stayed unbeaten at 9-0.
Jordan Adams led UCLA (8-1) with 22 points, but the visiting Bruins shot just 37 percent (23-of-61) from the field.
No. 21 Massachusetts 105, BYU 96
Chaz Williams had career-highs in points (32) and assists (15) as the Minutemen stayed unbeaten at 8-0.
Kyle Collinsworth’s lay up pulled the visiting Cougars to within 58-53 with 16:42 to play in the game. But the Minutemen got a pair of lay ups from Maxie Esho and Cady Lalanne’s dunk to go up 64-53 two minutes later and the lead didn’t fall below eight points the rest of the way.
Tyler Haws had 25 points and Matt Carlino added 23 for BYU (7-3).
Massachusets continued its best start since the 1995-1996 final four team won its first 26 games.
No. 22 Michigan 107, Houston Baptist 53
The Wolverines scored 60 first-half points and bounced back from a Tuesday loss to Duke.
Michigan (6-3) made 64 percent (36-of-56) of its field goal attempts in scoring its most points since a 112-64 win over Indiana in February, 1998.
Nik Stauskas had a game-high 25 points for Michigan. Houston Baptist (3-6) was led by Ricmonds Vilde and reserve Rob Lewis, who each had 10 points.