Texas A & M freshman DeAndre Jordan has been good on offense all season. Last night, he finally got it together on defense.

Jordan had 14 points and eight rebounds, leading the 14th-ranked Aggies (10-1) to a 79-39 victory over Detroit. It was their third straight victory.

"I thought DeAndre Jordan played his best game since he's been here," A & M coach Mark Turgeon said.

Jordan, who leads the nation in field goal percentage, missed only the last of his eight shots. He is 46-of-58 (79.3 percent) over his first 11 games.

In other games:

* At North Carolina, Tyler Hansbrough's 27 points and 11 rebounds led the No. 1 Tar Heels (10-0) over Nicholls State, 88-78.

* At Cincinnati, Derrick Rose scored 26 points, steadying No. 2 Memphis (9-0) in a 79-69 victory over the Bearcats.

* At Tennessee, Chris Lofton became the No. 12 Volunteers' all-time three-point scorer in the first half of an 86-73 victory over UNC-Asheville. He passed Allan Houston's total of 346 and then made three more threes, finishing with 24 points for Tennessee (10-1).

* At Michigan State, Raymar Morgan and Durrell Summers both scored 16 points to lead the No. 9 Spartans (10-1) over San Jose State, 85-45.

* At Radford, Darris Nichols and Alex Ruoff both scored 23 points to lead No. 24 West Virginia (9-1) to a 90-60 victory over Radford.

* At Butler, A.J. Graves scored 21 points to lead the No. 16 Bulldogs (10-1) over Bradley, 83-64.

* At Nevada-Las Vegas, Jordan Hill had 16 points and 19 rebounds for No. 19 Arizona (8-2) in its 52-49 win over UNLV (7-3).

In a women's game:

* At UCLA, No. 1 Tennessee (10-0) overcame 23 turnovers to beat the 4-6 Bruins, 82-70.

Noteworthy

* Laval Lucas-Perry, who left Arizona after one semester, will enroll at Michigan next month, making him eligible to play in January 2009. *