On day 13, a few surprises

Upsets:

Georgia Tech 63, No. 14 Georgia 53

Iowa State 75, No. 24 Miami 52…..the Cyclones are undefeated

LSU 58, Florida State 45

More results:

No. 3 Oregon 102, Buffalo 82

No. 9 Maryland 85, No. 10 South Carolina 61

No. 12 Tennessee 96, Florida A&M 31

No. 18 Syracuse 70, Bucknell 56

No. 21 South Florida 87, Oklahoma 70

No. 22 Arizona State 88, Arkansas 85

No. 23 Cal 81, Pacific 69

Iona 52, George Washington 43

Drake 73, CSUN 63

Duke 81, Elon 64

Northwestern 83, Florida 74 (OT)….the Wildcats are undefeated

Boston College 64, Houston 57

Kentucky 71, High Point 49…..the Wildcats are undefeated

Penn State 79, Princeton 71 (OT)…….the Tigers are struggling so far this season

Colorado 86, North Carolina 74

Fordham 71, Charlotte 64

Cincinnati 51, St. Louis 50

TCU 65, SMU 63

Tulane 63, Washington 51

UCLA 78, Seton Hall 62

All scores

Tomorrow’s schedule

College team news:

How a beer and a bite brought a Final Four team to Boise.

Virginia won their first game of the Tina Thompson era with a 73-67 decision over Old Dominion.

Mississippi State raised their Final Four banner today before dismantling Coppin State.

How Tennessee continues to sign strong recruiting classes.

Missouri looks to get back to their winning ways tomorrow against SIUE.

Northwestern is 4-0 after an OT win over Florida today.

Portland is looking to prove doubters wrong.

College player news:

Despite shooting a career-low 1-7, Sabrina Inoescu racked up her 12th career triple-double, tying the NCAA record.

College coach news:

Former UMaine coach Joanne P. McCallie is still going strong at Duke.

Penn State coach Coquese Washington won her 200th career game today.

Lindsay Whalen: the whims of being a hometown hero.

WNBA news:

Chicago Sky players are at home in Deerfield.