Another day of amazement

Upsets:

South Florida upended #13 Ohio State, 84-65, on the strength of Kitija Laska’s career-high 41 points.

LSU knocked off #14 Texas A&M, 80-78, for their fourth win over a ranked opponent.

Short-handed Michigan State took down #21 Michigan, 66-61.

More results:

#2 Mississippi State took care of Kentucky, 74-55. The Bulldogs are 26-0.

#7 South Carolina held off Florida, 64-57.

#9 Oregon rode its offense to a 90-79 win over Washington State.

#10 Maryland routed Rutgers, 72-54.

#11 Tennessee handled #18 Georgia, 62-46.

#12 Florida State put the hurt on Miami, 91-71.

#17 Stanford got past Colorado, 62-53.

#23 NC State defeated North Carolina, 73-54.

Iowa stopped Northwestern, 70-61.

Nebraska outlasted Wisconsin, 51-48.

Cal beat Utah, 84-73.

Syracuse came from 16 behind at halftime to top Wake Forest, 71-61.

All scores.

Big Monday tomorrow.

Milestones:

Ruthy Hebard was 12-12 today, setting a UO single-game field goal percentage record. She and Sabrina Ionescu also became the only sophomores in Duck history, after Jillian Alleyne, to reach 1,000 career points.

College team news:

The Missouri at Arkansas game scheduled for today has been rescheduled for tomorrow, as the Tigers couldn’t reach their destination due to weather.

Princeton is at the top of the Ivy League after this weekend’s sweep.

College player news:

South Carolina’s Lindsey Spann is out for the season with a knee injury.

WNBA news:

Senior watch: frontcourt versatility.

Liberty coach Katie Smith and center Tina Charles are urging fans to follow the team to White Plains.

USA Basketball news:

National Team camp day three notes and news.

Quote board.

Dawn Staley’s Team USA task is more about tweaks than cuts for the 2020 Olympics.