LINCOLN, Neb. – Sam Ostarello had 17 points and a career-high 19 rebounds Saturday and No. 14 Purdue held off No. 25 Nebraska 69-66 in overtime.
The Boilermakers never trailed in the extra period, but Ostarellos basket with 43 seconds left made it 68-66 Purdue.
Courtney Moses and Drey Mingo also scored 17 points for Purdue (13-2, 2-0 Big Ten) in another close one between the schools.
All three games between them have gone to overtime.
Purdue beat Illinois 67-66 in overtime Wednesday in its Big 10 opener.
Lindsey Moore led all scorers with 22 points for the Huskers (11-4, 1-1).
Moore also had eight assists and Jordan Hooper had 15 points and 14 rebounds for Nebraska, which had won its last five.
The schools met twice last season.
Nebraska, new to the Big Ten, won the regular-season meeting at Purdue in triple overtime, but Purdue won the tournament championship in double overtime at Indianapolis.
No. 17 OKLAHOMA 78, TEXAS 70: In Austin, Texas, Sharane Campbell scored 24 points to lead the Sooners.
Campbell made all three of her three-point attempts, as did Morgan Hook, who finished with 17 points for Oklahoma (12-2, 2-0 Big 12).
Hook also had six rebounds. Aaryn Ellenberg scored 18 points for Oklahoma, which led by double digits for most of the second half after edging West Virginia at home on Wednesday, 71-68.
Oklahoma was 11 for 17 (65 percent) from three-point range – 9 of 11 in the second half – and 51 percent overall from the field.
Empress Davenport and Chassidy Fussell scored 14 points apiece for the Longhorns (7-6, 0-2), who have dropped four in a row.
Nneka Enemkpali had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Imani McGee-Stafford had 12 points and nine rebounds for Texas.
The Longhorns held a 48-25 rebounding advantage but shot 40 percent.
DEPAUL 86, No. 11 LOUISVILLE 80: In Chicago, Anna Martin scored 22 points to lead the Blue Demons.
Brittany Hrynko had 21 points and seven assists for DePaul (12-3, 1-0 Big East), which has won six in a row.
Louisville (12-3, 0-1), which had won its previous three games, trailed 80-70 before Shoni Schimmel hit two three-pointers.
Monique Reids layup drew the Cardinals within 80-78, but they came no closer.
Martin made a layup and Hrynko hit four free throws for DePaul.
Jasmine Penny had 15 points on 6-of-6 shooting and Katherine Harry grabbed 13 rebounds for the Blue Demons.
Reid led the Cardinals with 25 points.
Schimmel scored 19, Antonita Slaughter scored 14 points and Bria Smith had 11 points and nine rebounds for Louisville.