NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tu Holloway scored eight of his 24 points in overtime and No. 11 Xavier rallied from 10 down to beat 20th-ranked Vanderbilt 82-70 Monday night.

The Musketeers (5-0) trailed by as many as 10 points, but forced overtime when Mark Lyons made a short jumper with 6.5 seconds left in regulation. Wells hit two free throws and Holloway knocked down two 3-pointers to start overtime.

John Jenkins led Vanderbilt (5-2) with 20 points.

 

(6) LOUISVILLE 79, LONG BEACH STATE 66: Chris Smith scored 18 points, and the Cardinals (6-0) held off the 49ers (2-4) at Louisville, Ky.

 

(10) FLORIDA 96, STETSON 70: Bradley Beal had 22 points and 10 rebounds, and Billy Donovan earned his 400th career coaching victory as the Gators (5-1) beat the Hatters (3-3) at Orlando, Fla.

 

(16) MARQUETTE 88, JACKSONVILLE 56: Jae Crowder scored 27 points to lead the Golden Eagles (6-0) past the Dolphins (2-4) at Milwaukee.

 

(22) MEMPHIS 70, JACKSON STATE 45: Joe Jackson scored 15 points, Chris Crawford added 14 and the Tigers (3-2) overcame a lackluster first half to defeat Jackson State at Memphis, Tenn.

 

MINNESOTA: Trevor Mbakwe will miss the rest of the season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, robbing the Golden Gophers (6-1) of their top scorer, rebounder and leader.

 

AP POLL: Kentucky is back at No. 1 in The Associated Press poll for the first time since the 2009-10 season, replacing North Carolina, which dropped to fifth following its 90-80 loss to UNLV.

Kentucky (6-0) received 46 first-place votes from the 65-member national media panel. Ohio State (6-0) moved up from third to second and had 17 first-place votes, while Duke (7-0) jumped from sixth to third and had the other two No. 1 votes.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

COLBY 87, THOMAS 26: Rachael Mack scored 21 points, and the Mules (4-0) opened a 46-3 halftime lead on their way to a win against the Terriers (0-3) at Waterville.

 

AP POLL: Baylor is still the No. 1 team in The Associated Press poll, receiving 39 of the 40 first-place ballots.

Connecticut remained second, followed by Notre Dame and Texas A&M. Stanford fell from third to fifth after losing to UConn last week.