Upsets all over the place:
No. 19 Arizona State outlasted No. 10 Oregon State in double overtime, 79-76.
Georgia Tech took down No. 12 Syracuse, 65-55.
No. 20 Rutgers routed No. 17 Michigan State, 76-62.
Nebraska rallied past No. 23 Minnesota, 63-57.
Seton Hall toppled No. 24 DePaul, 84-73.
Purdue knocked off No. 25 Indiana, 56-53.
Should make for yet another interesting week of top 25 rankings tomorrow
No. 1 Notre Dame 92
No. 2 Baylor 79, West Virginia 47
No. 3 Louisville 73, Wake Forest 49
No. 5 Oregon 93, Arizona 60
No. 6 Stanford 85, Washington State 64
No. 8 NC State 70, Virginia Tech 61
No. 9 Maryland 79, Penn State 67
No. 14 Marquette 73, St. John’s 63
LSU 62, Alabama 56
Florida State 66, Duke 62
Miami 76, North Carolina 68
Michigan 62, Ohio State 58
Ole Miss 76, Florida 66
Cal 79, Washington 70
USC 72, UCLA 67
Tomorrow’s game schedule
Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer today became the fifth Division I head coach to win 900 games at one school.
Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu earned her 16th career triple-double today.
College team news:
South Carolina and Missouri are taking extra steps to cool down their heated rivalry.
Ole Miss talks growth and success amid an up-and-down season.
Indiana is still confident despite their loss to Purdue.
College player news:
Is Sophie Cunningham a dirty player? It’s not just South Carolina asking anymore.
Duke redshirt freshman guard Mikayla Boykin will miss the rest of the season after tearing her ACL in the team’s Miami game.
College coach news:
Harvard has created the Friends of Harvard Women’s Basketball Head Coach Endowment.