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College basketball roundup: Louisville women knock off No. 15 Florida St.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Mariya Moore scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers, with eight assists to help the Louisville women beat No. 15 Florida State 79–69 Friday in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.

Briahanna Jackson had 15 points and four steals, Myisha Hines-Allen scored 13 with a career-high three blocked shots and Arica Carter added 11 points for Louisville (9–5), which has won six in a row.

Adut Bulgak’s layup gave Florida State (10–4) a 2–0 lead about 90 seconds in, but the Seminoles scoreless for nearly six minutes—committing six turnovers during that span—and Louisville led 19–6 at the end of the first quarter.

The Cardinals scored 26 points, their second-most in a quarter this season, in the third to take a 13-point lead into the fourth.

Back-to-back 3s by Bulgak pulled the Seminoles within 66–61 with 5:36 to play, but they got no closer.

Bulgak led Florida State with 22 points.


STANFORD 70, NO. 21 UTAH 68 (OT)

STANFORD, Calif.—Rosco Allen scored five of his 17 points in overtime after banking in the tying basket with 10.5 seconds left in regulation, and Stanford (8-4, 1-0) took advantage of many missed free throws to beat No. 21 Utah 70–68 on Friday night in the Pac-12 opener for both schools.

The Utes (11–3, 0–1) got one final play with seven seconds left and Lorenzo Bonam drove into traffic and traveled.

Utah—the best free-throw shooting team in the conference coming in at 73.2 percent—missed four free throws in the final 18.9 seconds of regulation.

Brandon Taylor missed two with 1.8 seconds left after two misses by Jordan Loveridge with 18.9 to play. Loveridge missed two more with 2:27 to go in overtime.

Freshman Marcus Sheffield scored a season-high 17 points and Marcus Allen added 14 for Stanford, which made 10 of its first 18 shots out of halftime to get back in the game.

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