Marcus Jordan scored 22 of his 26 points in the second half to help No. 19 Central Florida rally to a 68-62 win over visiting Princeton in the final of the UCF Holiday Classic.

The son of NBA star Michael Jordan scored nine straight points early in the second half to wipe out a 37-29 halftime deficit for the Knights (13-0).

Dan Mavraides scored 20 points and Ian Hummer added 19 for Princeton (10-4).

Princeton scored the first eight points of the game and led by 10 in the first half behind the three-point shooting of Mavraides. He hit four of six three-pointers and finished the half with 18 points.

Jordan made two free throws with 3:42 left to give UCF a 68-57 lead, and put the Knights ahead for good.

In other games:

* At Buffalo, Jimmer Fredette shook off a sluggish start to score 28 of his season-high 34 points in the second half and Noah Hartsock added 19 to lead No. 16 BYU to a 90-82 victory.

Bandon Davies added 18 for the Cougars (13-1), who have won three straight following an 86-79 loss to UCLA almost 2 weeks ago.

The win was coach Dave Rose's 140th at BYU, moving him into third place on the school's all-time victories list. He passed G. Ott Romney.

* At Missouri, Marcus Denmon matched his season best with five three-pointers and scored 22 points, helping the No. 10 Tigers (13-1) beat Old Dominion, 81-58.

* At Memphis, Wesley Witherspoon, 3 weeks removed from having surgery on his right knee, scored a season-high 28 points and had a career-best 14 rebounds, sending the No. 21 Tigers (10-2) over Lipscomb, 88-70.

* At Miami, Malcolm Grant scored 22 points to lead the Hurricanes (11-3) a 94-59 victory over Pepperdine.

* At Virginia Tech, Malcolm Delaney scored 17 points and Jeff Allen added 16 points and 15 rebounds as the Hokies (8-4) beat USC-Upstate, 64-53, for their fourth straight victory.


* Jelan Kendrick, a former McDonald's All-America from Atlanta who signed with Memphis, will transfer to Mississippi. He left the Tigers in November and had several issues in his short time with Memphis, including missing 2 weeks of preseason practice for "personal reasons." He returned, but never played in a game.

NCAA transfer rules allow him to practice immediately, but he cannot play until the second semester next season. He is the first McDonald's All-America to sign with the Rebels. *