Cameron Biedscheid scored on a layup with 1:19 left in the fifth overtime, and Eric Atkins and Pat Connaugton added free throws in the final 19 seconds as No. 25 Notre Dame overcame an eight-point deficit in regulation to beat No. 11 Louisville 104-101 on Saturday in South Bend, Ind.

Russ Smith had a chance to tie it but his 3-point attempt missed before Notre Dame students flooded the court.

It marked the sixth time in the last eight meetings that a game between the Irish (19-5, 7-4 Big East) and the Cardinals (19-5, 7-4) went into overtime.

"Many times it looked like we lost it," Notre Dame coach Mike Brey said. "We got to a hundred (points) because we played an extra game, but it still only counts as one Big East win."

Both teams missed crucial free throws in the final minute. Atkins missed two with 37 seconds left and Montrezi Harrell did the same for Louisville with 24 seconds left.

Jerian Grant led the Irish with 19 points. Chane Behanan had 30 points and 15 rebounds for Louisville.

The lead changed hands 26 times and the score was tied 16 times.

Saint Mary's 74, San Diego 64: Matthew Dellavedova had 19 points and seven assists, and the visiting Gaels (21-4, 10-1 WCC) beat the Toreros (13-13, 6-5) for their ninth straight win. Brad Waldow added 18 points.

Three minutes into the second half, Johnny Dee (19 points) converted a three-point play to cut the Gaels' lead to one, 38-37, but Saint Mary's went on a 9-0 run.

Wisconsin 65, Michigan 62: Ben Brust hit a shot from just inside midcourt to tie the game at the end of regulation and added a tiebreaking 3 with less than 40 seconds left in overtime as the host Badgers (17-7, 8-3 Big Ten) beat the No. 3 Wolverines (21-3, 8-3). Tim Hardaway Jr. hit a contested 3-pointer to put Michigan up 65-52 with less than 3 seconds left in regulation. Brust, who scored 14 points, got the inbounds pass near halfcourt, took one dribble and hit a runner to tie it.

Oklahoma 72, Kansas 66: Romero Osby had 17 points, Steven Pledger added 15, and the host Sooners (15-7, 6-4 Big 12) handed the No. 5 Jayhawks (19-4, 7-3) their first three-game losing streak in eight years.

Gonzaga 74, Loyola Marymount 55: Kevin Pangos and Kelly Olynyk each scored 20 points as the No. 6 Bulldogs (23-2, 10-0 WCC) beat the visiting Lions (8-16, 1-10).

Oregon 73, Utah 64: E.J. Singler had 21 points and seven rebounds as the No. 19 Ducks, (19-5, 8-3 Pac-12) ended a three-game slide with a win over the visiting Utes (10-13, 2-9).

UCLA 76, Washington St. 62: Shabazz Muhammad scored 12 of his 17 points in the first half, when the host Bruins (18-6, 8-3 Pac-12) took control against the Cougars (11-13, 2-9).

USF 99, BYU 87: De'End Parker scored 23 points, Chris Adams and Avry Holmes added 17 apiece, and the Dons (11-3, 4-7 WCC) rallied to beat the host Cougars (18-8, 8-4). USF shot 57 percent from the floor, including 72 percent after halftime.

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Cal State Fullerton returned to the court, its first game since the killings of assistant coach Monica Quan and her fiance, Keith Lawrence, six days ago.

"It was hard, really hard," guard Alex Thomas said after a 64-45 loss to visiting UC Riverside.

Police are searching for Christopher Dorner, a fired Los Angeles police officer who was reportedly represented in a disciplinary hearing by Quan's father.

"I don't think anybody feels like they're healing right now. We're just getting through," Titans coach Marcia Foster said.

Saint Mary's 64, BYU 52: The Gaels (16-6, 8-2 WCC) closed on a 19-7 run to beat the visiting Cougars (16-7, 7-3). Danielle Mauldin (St. Mary's High-Berkeley) came off the bench to get 12 points and 10 rebounds for Saint Mary's.

Santa Clara 69, USF 64: Ruta Zurauskyte had 16 points, Nici Gilday (Presentation High-San Jose) added 11 points and 10 rebounds, and the Broncos (13-11, 5-6 WCC) beat the host Dons (9-15, 2-9).

Utah St. 87, San Jose St. 54: The Spartans (9-14, 6-6 WAC) scored just 19 first-half points and lost to the host Aggies (13-10, 10-2). Riana Byrd had 19 points and 17 rebounds for San Jose State.

Wire services contributed to this report.