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College basketball

Michigan moves to 10-0

– Trey Burke stole the ball near midcourt and raced ahead for a breakaway layup to put Michigan ahead by 31.

Moments later, his night was done.

Burke scored 19 points in only 30 minutes – the most rest he’s had in a game all season – and No. 3 Michigan routed Binghamton 67-39 on Tuesday.

“I don’t feel banged up, but I think Spike (Albrecht) did a good job coming and giving me some time,” Burke said. “Caris (LeVert) obviously came in and gave some great minutes.”

LeVert played 14 minutes and Albrecht played 10. They combined for six assists and no turnovers.

The Wolverines (10-0) are off to their best start since their national title season of 1988-89.

No. 10 ILLINOIS 65, NORFOLK ST. 54: In Champaign, Ill., Brandon Paul scored 14 points and D.J. Richardson overcame a shoulder injury to add 11 and help the Illini stay unbeaten. Illinois was shooting 46 percent from the field coming in but shot just 35 percent against the Spartans (6-6).

No. 13 MINNESOTA 70, NORTH DAKOTA ST. 57: In Minneapolis, Rodney Williams scored a season-high 19 points, including a 360-degree dunk off a fast break to lead the Gophers (11-1), who have won 16 straight games in this series.

IUPUI 65, INDIANA-NORTHWEST 59: In Indianapolis, John Hart scored 18 points and Lyonell Gaines grabbed a career-high 19 rebounds to lead the Jaguars (4-8).

Women

No. 10 MARYLAND 88, TOWSON 43: In Towson, Md., Alyssa Thomas had 23 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Terrapins (7-2).

No. 18 TEXAS 77, LOUISIANA-MONROE 49: In Austin, Texas, Brady Sanders scored 15 points to lead the Longhorns (6-1).

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