The Pac-12 battle continues

The upset of the night so far has got to be:

USC over #19 Cal, 77-70. Ariya Crook lead the Trojans with a career-high 34 points – the first to score that many points since 2002.

Almost upset:

#14 Arizona State used free throws to squeeze by Utah, 65-62.

More results:

Oregon State topped Washington, 75-68.

Oregon routed Washington State, 82-66, for their first conference victory.

Colorado stormed past Arizona, 68-47.

#4 Stanford and UCLA are currently battling, so it remains to be seen whether the night will bring a second upset.

More news:

Chattanooga coach Jim Foster is on the verge of 800 career wins.

At UETP, Chrishauna Parker’s work at the free throw line is paying off.

Ebony Rowe is poised to become Middle Tennessee’s all-time leading scorer.

North Carolina’s Diamond DeShields dares to dream.

Liz Brenner is leaving Oregon basketball to focus on volleyball.

The SEC has embraced the “We Back Pat” fundraising and awareness drive.

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