Oh, what carnage is this?

Tomorrow’s AP top 25 poll won’t look very much like last week’s.

Upsets today:

Missouri edged No. 10 Tennessee, 66-64.

Illinois ran past No. 12 Minnesota, 66-62.

Indiana upended No. 15 Michigan State, 68-64.

LSU knocked off No. 21 Texas A&M, 63-52.

Almost upsets:

No. 6 Stanford 86, UCLA 80

No. 14 Syracuse 75, Virginia Tech 73

No. 18 Cal 66, USC 59

No. 22 Arizona State 76, Colorado 70

No. 23 South Carolina 62, Alabama 59

Barn burner game:

South Dakota prevailed over arch rival South Dakota State in two overtimes, 105-98.

More results:

No. 1 UConn 81, Houston 61

No. 2 Notre Dame 76, Georgia Tech 55

No. 3 Louisville 73, Duke 51

No. 5 Oregon 98, Washington State 58

No. 7 Mississippi State 86, No. 16 Kentucky 71

No. 8 Baylor 73, Texas Tech 56

No. 9 NC State 85, Boston College 69

No. 11 Oregon State 78, Washington 67

Auburn 64, Florida 56

Florida State 64, North Carolina 63

Utah 80, Arizona 64

Oklahoma State 75, TCU 71

Arkansas 85, Ole Miss 55

Georgia 71, Vanderbilt 64

Rutgers 74, Penn State 61

Xavier 63, Seton Hall 62 (OT)

Creighton 65, Georgetown 38

Drake 82, Illinois State 64

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

The Lady Vols need to fix their three-point defense, or they won’t last long in the Tournament.

Today’s Tennessee-Missouri game was testy.

Same old success for Central Michigan.

College player news:

Central Michigan’s Reyna Frost broke the MAC career rebounds record.

Former bench warmer Maddy Watters is shining in her starting role.

Injury news:

NC State’s leading scorer, Grace Hunter, is out for the season after tearing her ACL last week.

Stanford’s Nadia Fingall is out for the season with a torn ACL.

Utah’s Daneesha Provo is out for the season with a torn ACL.

Oregon State’s Kat Tudor is out for the season with a knee injury.

Green Bay leading scorer Frankie Wurtz is out indefinitely with a lower body injury.

All these injuries hurt my heart.