Olivier Hanlan and Patrick Heckmann hit 3-pointers in overtime, Lonnie Jackson made four straight free throws in the final 26.2 seconds, and lowly Boston College stunned top-ranked Syracuse 62-59 on Wednesday night, ending the Orange's unbeaten season.

Boston College (7-19, 3-10 Atlantic Coast Conference), which had lost five straight, rallied from a 13-point second-half deficit to pull off the improbable road upset.

The Eagles came to town with heavy hearts and a good dose of determination. Longtime basketball media contact and sports information assistant Dick Kelley died last week after a two-year battle with ALS. His funeral was Tuesday, and the Eagles, who often visited his apartment, wore "DK" patches on their uniforms.

"The patch on our chests, toward the end of the game it was like, 'We can't be denied. DK is looking down on us. He's got us,' " said forward Ryan Anderson, who grabbed 14 rebounds.

Syracuse (25-1, 12-1), which had won its previous two games by a combined three points, shot a season-low 32.2 percent from the field. "When you get in enough of these games, there's going to be one you're not going to make a play. That's what happens," Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said. "I'm really happy that we've won 25 games. We can't think about that. We've really got to get better."

Tied at 50 after regulation, Hanlan and Heckmann hit from long range to give BC a 56-52 lead with 2:56 left. Hanlan finished with 20 points.

Florida 71, Auburn 66: Patric Young made two free throws with 19 seconds left, and the second-ranked Gators (24-2, 13-0 Southeastern Conference) beat the Tigers (12-12, 4-9). The win was Florida's school-record 18th in a row.

Wichita State 88, Loyola of Chicago 74: Fred VanVleet scored 22 points on perfect shooting, and the No. 3 Shockers (28-0, 15-0 Missouri Valley Conference) beat the Ramblers (9-18, 4-11) to remain the last unbeaten team in major college basketball. VanVleet was 6 for 6 from the field and made all 10 free throws.

Arizona 67, Utah 63: Gabe York and Nick Johnson each scored 15 points, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson added 13, and the fourth-ranked Wildcats (24-2, 11-2 Pac-12) escaped in overtime against the Utes (17-9, 6-8).

Colorado 61, Arizona State 52: Askia Booker scored all but two of his 18 points during a second-half charge that carried the Buffaloes (20-7, 9-5 Pac-12) past the Sun Devils (19-7, 8-5).

Oregon 78, Washington 71: Damyean Dotson and Joseph Young combined for 23 second-half points, sparking the Ducks (17-8, 5-8 Pac-12) over the Huskies (14-13, 6-8).

Women

Nevada 99, San Jose State 95: Despite 21 points from Britta Hall and 18 apiece from Rebecca Woodberry and Ta'Rea Cunnigan, the Spartans (10-15, 4-10 Mountain West) fell to the visiting Wolf Pack (14-11, 9-5).

Wire services contributed to this report.

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