Another night of upsets


TCU just toppled #7 Texas, 79-77.

Purdue took down #21 Rutgers, 47-33.

More results:

#23 Michigan 84, Indiana 79.

Villanova 60, Georgetown 58.

Wyoming 66, New Mexico 55.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule features SEC action and the Louisville-Notre Dame showdown.

College conference news:

Connie Hurlburt has been named the West Coast Conference’s interim commissioner.

College team news:

Oregon State’s current season is similar to that of 2013-2014.

North Carolina has begun a new era on the right foot.

Undefeated Louisville prepares for #2 Notre Dame tomorrow.

Florida will try to put together a complete game against Kentucky tomorrow.

Also manana: South Carolina must withstand a relentless Auburn team to avoid their first losing streak since 2013.

Mid-major rankings:

FGCU takes over the top spot.

College player news:

Shakyla Hill is keeping her head up, despite negative comments about her quadruple-double last week.

Hill heads up the NCAA’s starting five for the week.

‘I want people to know who I am’: Myisha Hines-Allen leads undefeated Louisville women with guts.

Asia Durr’s offense has helped spark a record start for #3 Louisville.

Michigan’s Hallie Thome takes center stage.

Makenzie Meyer’s broken left hand needs more time to heal for Iowa.

Former Ute Malia Nawahine is flourishing at BYU.

Azura Stevens’ defense must catch up with her offense, UConn coach Geno Auriemma says.

College coach news:

UCLA coach Cori Close and OSU coach Scott Rueck discuss the significance of their matchup this past weekend.

Hampton coach David Six has become the program’s all-time wins leader.

What else Dawn Staley said about the referees at the Missouri game.

Staley called the SEC league office after the game.

Lady Vols coach Holly Warlick on the next four games: “we’ll see how good we are.”

High school news:

McDonald’s All-American Game nominees were announced.

15-year-old Azzi Fudd of St. John’s is already one of the nation’s top recruits.

USA Basketball news:

Court coaches for the USA National Team’s February mini-camp are WNBA coaches Brian Agler, Cheryl Reeve and Dan Hughes.