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Philadelphia — As he tried to recall some of the game's most pivotal plays, Fran Dunphy called one shot "impossible" and shook his head in disbelief when recalling two others that somehow banked in.

Temple's coach was as surprised as anyone by just how thoroughly his team dominated No. 10 Kansas.

Led by 19 points from Will Cummings and 18 from Quenton DeCosey, the Owls stunned Kansas with a 77-52 rout Monday night that snapped the Jayhawks' eight-game winning streak.

Jesse Morgan added 17 points and keyed a dominant second-half performance from the Owls, who were swallowed up after the game by a sea of Temple fans rushing the court at the Wells Fargo Center, home of the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers.

"I think we played about as well as we possibly could have," Dunphy said. "It was our night."

Frank Mason III scored 20 points for Kansas (9-2), which shot 32.1 percent from the field and committed 17 turnovers.

No one else on the Jayhawks hit double figures, and leading scorer Perry Ellis was held to five points on 1-for-10 shooting.

"We played tired," Kansas coach Bill Self said. "And we played like we were a half-step slow or even a full step slow in my eyes."

The win marked Temple's first over Kansas since 1995 but continued an impressive streak for the Owls under Dunphy. Temple has beaten a Top 25 team in each of the last eight seasons, and has knocked off a top-10 team in six of the last seven seasons.

Temple's last win over a top-10 team came against Syracuse at Madison Square Garden — two years ago to the day. Three seasons ago, when Cummings was as freshman, the Owls stunned Duke at the Wells Fargo Center.

"I really wanted it to happen again," Cummings said. "I didn't think the fans would rush the court again. It's a great feeling for our fans to celebrate with us. It was a great crowd tonight and we just wanted to give them something to celebrate."

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(At) No. 16 Notre Dame 91, Northern Illinois 66: Pat Connaughton had 21 points and 10 rebounds for Notre Dame (12-1). Darrell Bowie led Northern Illinois (4-5) with 15 points.

(At) No. 17 St. John's 66, Long Beach State 49: Chris Obekpa had 16 points, eight rebounds and seven blocked shots to lead St. John's (10-1).

(At) No. 18 West Virginia 77, Wofford 44: Juwan Staten had 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead West Virginia (11-1).

(At) No. 19 Oklahoma 85, Weber State 51: Jordan Woodard and Ryan Spangler scored 15 apiece for the Sooners (8-3), who set an NCAA Division I record with 39 straight points.

(At) No. 22 Baylor 70, Southern U 66: Rico Gathers had 16 points with 11 rebounds and Baylor held on to win its first game this season as a ranked team.

(At) No. 24 Colorado St. 75, Charleston Southern 54: Daniel Bejarano scored 15 points, John Gillon had 14, and Colorado State (12-0) won its 12th straight game.

(At) No. 25 TCU 80, Grambling State 39: Kyan Anderson scored 17 for TCU (12-0), which entered the AP poll earlier in the day.

State men

(At) Clemson 60, Oakland 50: Clemson redshirt sophomore Jaron Blossomgame scored a career-high 26 points to lead the Tigers.

Clemson (7-4) led by as many as 15 points in the second half, but held off an Oakland comeback attempt that cut the Clemson lead to 56-52 on a pair of Kahlil Felder free throws with 5:46 to play.

Felder led the Golden Grizzlies (4-9) with 22 points.

(At) Western Michigan 71, Alabama A&M 62: Connar Tava and David Brown each put up 20 points to help Western Michigan hold on.

Tucker Haymond scored the last six points for the Broncos (7-4), dunking with 56 seconds left and adding four straight free throws.

The Broncos (7-4) shot 54.8 percent from the field (23-of-42) and were 20-of-26 from the free throw line.

Ladarius Tabb had 17 points to lead Alabama A&M (1-8), which shot 51.1 percent (24 of 47).

Big Ten men

(At) No. 21 Ohio State 93, Miami (Ohio) 55: Reserve guard Kam Williams scored 18 and Ohio State (10-2) went on a 26-3 run in the first half.

Marc Loving had 16 points, D'Angelo Russell added 15 points and eight assists, and Keita Bates-Diop scored 12 for the Buckeyes (10-2).

(At) Penn State 69, Dartmouth 49: D.J. Newbill scored 17, Geno Thorpe added 12 and Penn State (12-1) won its 10th straight and took a school-record 12th non-conference victory.

Alex Mitola had 13 points and Gabas Maldunas had nine to lead Dartmouth (5-6)

(At) Northwestern 63, Illinois-Chicago 46: Bryant McIntosh scored 22 points and Alex Olah had 17 to lead Northwestern (8-4).

D'Juan Miller had 14 points and seven assists for Illinois-Chicago (3-10), which played without top scorer Jay Harris.

Gardner-Webb 89, (at) Purdue 84: Jerome Hill had 31 points and nine rebounds and Tyler Strange added 18 points and 10 assists for Gardner-Webb (8-5) as it handed Purdue its third straight loss.

Rapheal Davis had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Purdue (8-5). Bryson Scott also scored 13.

State women

(At) Michigan 81, Eastern Michigan 52: Cyesha Goree recorded her second straight double-double (14 points, 10 rebounds), and freshman Katelynn Flaherty scored 17 to lead four in double figures for Michigan (8-3).

Sierra Thompson added 15 points and Nicole Elmblad had 10 for Michigan (8-3), which had 18 steals.

Janay Morton scored 14 and Brianna Puni had nine rebounds for Eastern (6-4).

Oakland 92, (at) Fort Wayne 84: Elena Popkey scored 17 and Haley Seibert 15 for Oakland.

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