Upsets, and there were many:
NC State took down #10 Florida State, 65-56.
Purdue stunned #13 Michigan in OT, 81-79.
LSU knocked off #17 Georgia, 71-60.
North Florida upset FGCU, 75-73.
Colorado came back to edge Utah, 69-65. Kennedy Leonard led the charge for the Buffs.
#1 UConn dropped the hammer on #7 South Carolina, 83-58.
#2 Mississippi State held off Missouri, 57-53.
#5 Notre Dame routed North Carolina, 94-62, for their 950th program win.
#12 Tennessee took care of #14 Texas A&M, 82-67.
#11 Maryland breezed past Rutgers, 88-60. C.Vivian Stringer is still stuck at win 994.
Iowa got by Michigan State in OT, 71-68.
Nebraska defeated Illinois for their fifth straight win.
Kentucky created chaos to win their third game in a row, over Auburn.
Virginia Tech stopped Syracuse, 73-64.
Vanderbilt squeaked by Ole Miss, 75-72.
College team news:
Missouri has lost three straight games against ranked teams.
Consistency and discipline on half-court offense is still the emphasis for Washington.
College player news:
The Wade Watch spotlight features Jordin Canada and A’ja Wilson.
Jordin Canada’s legacy with UCLA goes beyond the court.
Art has helped Oregon freshman Anneli Maley find balance.
Oregon State’s trio of point guards is steadily improving.
Iowa State’s Emily Durr is surging after being benched.
Hannah Green has adjusted and is contributing at Illinois State.
Watch Carson-Newman’s Haris Price score three baskets in 19 seconds.
College coach news:
Towson coach Diane Richardson motivates on the court and is inspired away from it.
The Amy Williams Effect has taken hold for Nebraska.
Georgia’s success isn’t a surprise.
Quentin Hillsman took the heat for Syracuse’s loss tonight.
Ryun Williams is now the most winning coach in Colorado State basketball history.
Jonathan Tsipis likes the progress of his Badgers.
Jackie Stiles’ hometown is rallying around her in her fight against cancer.
Chattanooga’s win over Western Carolina gave coach Jim Foster his 900th career win.
Ashland won their 58th straight game tonight – a DII record.
Chicago State dropped their 58th straight game tonight, tying a DI record for longest losing streak.
NCAA Women’s Basketball top 16 seed reveal No. 2:
The second installment of the top 16 seeds was unveiled during halftime of the South Carolina-UConn game. And then six of those teams lost.
Lynn Holzman is committed to growing the game as the new Vice President of NCAA women’s basketball.