Cole, a 6-foot-1 freshman guard, has scored in double figures in all 30 games this season. Williams, a 6-6 sophomore, has reached double-digit scoring in 27 games.
Cole hit a 3-pointer that erased Delaware State's only lead of the game, Williams followed with a layup and the duo combined for 15 straight points over the next 3:34, giving Howard (9-21, 6-8 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) an 11-point edge.
Cole is the MEAC leader in both scoring and assists and he dished eight against the Hornets.
Delaware State (3-26, 1-13) was coming off a win against Coppin State that snapped a 21-game losing streak and earned its first victory against a Division I opponent this season. Despite the breakthrough, the school announced coach Keith Walker was out. The Hornets were coached by assistant Keith Johnson, who was named interim coach.
Everything that's real (and not real) from the weekend's games
Chaotic weekends generate a lot of talk afterward. Amid all the chatter, here's what's real (Kentucky is figuring itself out) and what's fake (UNC will too).
Kelly, balanced Oregon St. beat UCLA 79-66
Kylor Kelley was a perfect six for six from the field and had 14 points and five blocks as Oregon State defeated UCLA 79-66 on Sunday night.
Michigan (17-0) off to best start in program history after drubbing Northwestern
No. 2 Michigan (17-0) set a school record for the best start to a season and tied the longest winning streak in program history after an 80-60 victory over Northwestern on Sunday night.