Nolan Smith scored 22 of his season-high 26 points in the first half, and No. 1 Duke routed host North Carolina-Greensboro, 108-62, on Wednesday night to give coach Mike Krzyzewski sole possession of second place on the men's all-time wins list.
Kyle Singler led the Blue Devils (12-0) with 27 points. In giving the Hall of Fame coach his 880th career victory, Duke shrugged off an eight-day break and shot a season-best 60.9 percent, scored 42 points off 23 turnovers, and hit the 100-point mark for the second time.
Coach K moved past longtime rival Dean Smith, leaving Bob Knight - who mentored Krzyzewski and coached him at Army - as the only man ahead of him.
Notre Dame 69, Georgetown 55 - Tim Abromaitis scored 20 points and Tyrone Nash added 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead the No. 15-ranked Irish (12-1) past the No. 9 Hoyas (11-2) in a Big East Conference opener in South Bend, Ind.
Delaware 54, Santa Clara 53 - Devon Saddler scored 12 points, including a key basket down the stretch, to help Delaware beat host Santa Clara (7-7) in the first round of the Cable Car Classic in California.
Malcolm Hawkins recorded a career-high 10 rebounds for the Blue Hens (6-4).
Lehigh 77, St. Peter's 64 - C.J. McCollum scored 23 points as the Mountain Hawks (7-6) held off a rally by the visiting Peacocks (7-6) in Bethlehem, Pa.
Gabe Knutson and Michael Ojo scored 13 points each for Lehigh.
New Hampshire 68, Cornell 66 - Tyrone Conley scored 15 points and Ferg Myrick added 14 to lead New Hampshire (6-5) past Cornell (2-9) in the opening game of the Richmond Marriott Holidays on the Hardwood Classic in Richmond, Va.
Chris Wroblewski led Cornell with 14 points.
Another Musketeer is out. Xavier's Jay Canty has a broken right foot, leaving the already depleted Musketeers with nine healthy scholarship players.
Canty is expected to miss at least four weeks with a stress fracture. The 6-foot-6 freshman played guard and forward.
The Musketeers (8-3) already were missing top three-point shooter Brad Redford, out for the season after knee surgery.
Razorback suspended. Arkansas forward Marshawn Powell, a preseason first-team all-Southeastern Conference selection by the league's coaches, has been suspended.
No reason or length was given.