Garlon Green scored 20 points and TCU held on for a 62-55 upset of No. 5 Kansas on Wednesday night for the Horned Frogs' first Big 12 victory and their first-ever win over a top-five team.

The Jayhawks (19-3, 7-2 Big 12), coming off a loss four days earlier against Oklahoma State, have their first losing streak in more than seven years. They had played 264 games in a row since January 2006 without consecutive losses.

Host TCU (10-12, 1-8) never trailed but allowed Kansas to get close as the Horned Frogs hit only 5 of 12 free throws in a late stretch.

Kansas trailed 22-13 at the half.

"It was the worst team that Kansas ever put on the floor, since Dr. Naismith was there," Jayhawks coach Bill Self said. "I think he had some bad teams when he lost to Topeka YMCA in the first couple years. But for the first half, there hasn't been a team play worse than that offensively."

First-year TCU coach Trent Johnson, who has lost three players to season-ending injuries, said: "I said this from day one, we need to focus on what's in the locker room. You're never as bad as people say you are."

Louisville 68, Rutgers 48: Wayne Blackshear scored 19 points, including a 3-pointer to ignite a 23-2 run in the second half, and the No. 11 Cardinals (19-4, 7-3 Big East) routed the host Scarlet Knights (12-9, 3-7).

It was the seventh time Louisville has held an opponent under 50 points this season.

"We just put the pressure on those guys," said Russ Smith, who added 14 points for the Cardinals. "The second half coming out of the locker room, we decided to turn up the energy a little bit."

Michigan State 61, Minnesota 50: Gary Harris scored 15 points while playing through a back ailment and Keith Appling added 14 before leaving the game with a shoulder injury as the host No. 12 Spartans (19-4 8-2 Big Ten) defeated the No. 18 Golden Gophers (17-6, 5-5).

"Gary hit a couple big shots, the guy has ice in his veins and is tougher than nails," Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said of Harris. "He could barely go. It was one of the guttier performances in my career."

Butler 77, St. Bonaventure 58: Rotnei Clarke scored 17 points to help the No. 14 Bulldogs (19-4, 6-2 Atlantic 10) beat the visiting Bonnies (10-11, 3-5).

Indiana State 76, Creighton 57: Jake Odum scored 22 points to lead the host Sycamores (15-8, 8-4 Missouri Valley Conference) past the No. 16 Bluejays (20-4, 9-3). Indiana State beat a top-25 team at home for the first time since upsetting Butler in December 2006.

Doug McDermott, who is Creighton's leading scorer on the season, finished with just eight points, all in the first half.

Oregon State 82, Utah 64: Roberto Nelson had 26 points to spark the host Beavers (12-11, 2-8 Pac-12) past the Utes (10-12, 2-8).

Women

Baylor 86, Kansas 45: Brittney Griner scored 26 points to help the No. 1 Lady Bears (21-1, 11-0 Big 12) rout the visiting Jayhawks (14-7, 5-5).