Tomorrow’s top 25 poll should again look different from this week’s after today’s games
Georgia tripped up No. 13 Tennessee, 66-62. It’s the first time since 1986 that the Lady Vols have dropped three straight.
Ole Miss stunned No. 16 Kentucky, 55-49.
Clemson took down No. 22 Florida State, 57-45.
Florida shocked Missouri, 58-56.
Department of whoa:
No. 19 Arizona State edged No. 24 Cal, 62-61. It’s the third consecutive loss for the Bears.
No. 6 Stanford pounded Arizona, 78-48.
NC State is 17-0 and the only unbeaten team in Division I after their 66-38 thrashing of Virginia.
Kansas ended Kansas State’s 10-game winning streak, 61-54. It was the first win for the Jayhawks over their rivals since 2014.
No. 1 Notre Dame 78, Wake Forest 48
No. 2 Louisville 61, Georgia Tech 44
No. 5 Oregon 72, UCLA 52
No. 12 Syracuse 90, North Carolina 77
No. 15 Marquette 72, Georgetown 62
No. 21 South Carolina 76, LSU 53
No. 25 Indiana 75, Wisconsin 68
West Virginia 66, Oklahoma 55
Rutgers 62, Nebraska 56
Arkansas 83, Vanderbilt 62
Purdue 57, Northwestern 54
Boston College 59, Pitt 55
DePaul 66, Villanova 59 (OT)
Creighton 65, St. John’s 63
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Back at home this week, Minnesota will try to snap their losing streak.
The Gophers have had plenty of issues in their three-game skid.
Nebraska is frustrated after three straight losses.
Don’t call Minnesota a “must-win,” but Iowa could use it.
College player news:
Syracuse guard Tiana Mangakahia got a triple-double in today’s win.
West Virginia senior guard Katrina Pardee will miss 3-6 weeks with an ankle injury.
Boston College freshman Marnelle Garraud is adjusting to the ACC.
Molly Bent is providing an unlikely spark off the bench for UConn.
Q&A with MTSU transfer Anastasia Hayes.
College coach news:
Green Bay coach Kevin Borseth won the 700th game of his career yesterday.
Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer: “it’s my life.”