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.

Guard leaves Iowa State. Coach Fred Hoiberg said that junior guard DeMarcus Phillips has decided to transfer from Iowa State.