Mayo scored the Colonels' first six points, and his third jump shot gave Eastern Kentucky a 6-5 lead it never gave up. EKU then went on a 17-7 run with Dujuanta Weaver, Peyton Broughton and Dillon Avare each burying 3-pointers.
DeAndre Dishman and Avare each scored 12 points and Broughton added 10 for Eastern Kentucky (6-6). The Colonels led 41-30 at halftime and extended the margin to 62-35 on Broughton's jumper with 11:23 left to play.
The Colonels were 29-of-55 shooting (53 percent) and made 10 3s. Eastern Kentucky had a 33-23 rebounding advantage.
No. 11 Michigan hopes to clean up vs. ULM
Michigan State has been far too charitable for Coach Tom Izzo's liking during its first two games.
No. 24 Marquette faces big challenge in Indiana
For the first time in coach Steve Wojciechowski's tenure, the Marquette Golden Eagles are a Top 25 team.
Peppers scores 7 late, Nicholls holds off Idaho 83-80
Gavin Peppers scored seven of his 21 points in the final seconds as Nicholls held off Idaho 83-80 on Tuesday night.