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Tonight’s upendings:

#15 Texas A&M held off #11 Mississippi State, 64-58, in the battle of the head coach (Gary Blair) vs. the former assistant (Vic Schaefer).

Penn State toppled #17 Michigan State, 65-61.

Big Monday bounce-backs:

#2 South Carolina handled #16 Florida, 86-71.

#5 Maryland dominated Purdue, 73-59.

More results:

Minnesota throttled Nebraska, 110-73. Rachel Banham put up 32 points for the Gophers.

#7 Ohio State blasted Iowa, 98-81, for their eighth consecutive victory.

#25 Tennessee whooped Vanderbilt, 69-51.

#10 Florida State took care of Duke, 69-53.

#19 Miami survived Georgia Tech, 58-55.

Syracuse pounded Virginia, 91-57.

Michigan routed Wisconsin, 82-65.

BYU edged San Francisco on a last-second three-point shot, 65-62.

All scores.

Team news:

Training with music is helping UCLA find rhythm.

Oregon’s fifth-year seniors are enjoying the ride.

BYU is on a hot streak.

Multi-threat Utah wants a postseason berth.

Player news:

Kelsey Minato became Army’s all-time scoring leader last night – men or women.

Tiana-Jo Carter adds an inside presence for Albany.

Penn State’s Teniya Page is reaching new heights.

Simone Westbrook is wreaking havoc on both ends of the floor for Florida.

A grateful Elisha Davis is returning to the Bay Area this weekend.

Norfolk State’s Amber Brown continues her recovery after cardiac arrests and a stroke.

Old Dominion freshman Makayla Timmons will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.

A career cut short for Penn’s Keiera Ray.

Coaching news:

Louisville coach Jeff Walz says rumors that he’ll be the next coach at Tennessee are news to him.

WNBA transactions:

February 11, 2016
Team Player Transaction

Chicago Clarissa Dos Santos Contract Signed
Los Angeles Candace Parker Contract Signed

February 10, 2016
Team Player Transaction

Atlanta Matee Ajavon Contract Signed
New York Avery Warley-Talbert Contract Signed

WNBA news:

Q&A with new league president Lisa Borders.

Borders follows women’s basketball.

Her biggest challenge is proper exposure for the league.

Former Connecticut Sun assistant coach Steven Key will fill the same capacity with the Indiana Fever, replacing Gail Goestenkors. Coach G will pursue other interests.

USA Basketball news:

Sixteen women are set to attend the final training camp before the Olympic team selection.

UConn’s Breanna Stewart is one of them.

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