Ryan Reid scored 17 points and Chris Singleton hit the go-ahead basket with 1 minute 5 seconds left in overtime to help Florida State beat No. 22 Georgia Tech, 66-59, last night in Atlanta.
The Seminoles (10-2, 1-0 ACC) won their fourth straight and stopped Georgia Tech's seven-game winning streak.
Zachery Peacock scored 17 for the Yellow Jackets (8-2, 0-1). Mfon Udofia added 12 points, and Derrick Favors pulled down 12 rebounds as Georgia Tech lost its fourth straight ACC opener.
Reid scored on Florida State's first two possessions of overtime before Singleton banked in a one-handed runner to make it 61-59 and put the Seminoles ahead to stay.
Connecticut 60, Central Florida 51 - Stanley Robinson scored 26 points as the No. 14 Huskies (7-2) came from behind to beat the Knights (7-4) in Hartford.
Freshman guard Marcus Jordan, the son of Michael Jordan, led Central Florida with a season-high 13 points.
UConn was outrebounded by the Knights, 36-34, and the Huskies had just nine offensive boards. Dave Diakite had 12 rebounds for Central Florida.
Elsewhere: Chester's Jawan Carter scored 26 points to lead Delaware to a 56-50 victory over Vermont in Burlington, Vt. . . . Joe Trapani scored 21 points as host Boston College clubbed winless Bryant, 72-46.
D.J. Kennedy scored 10 of his 19 points in St. John's game-closing 18-1 run as the Red Storm topped Hofstra, 72-60, in New York. . . . Gilberto Clavell scored 34 points to lead Sam Houston State to a 107-89 win over host Auburn for the school's first victory against a Southeastern Conference opponent.