Another day, another stunner or two

Upsets:

Miami ran away from No. 13 Syracuse, 84-71.

No. 17 Iowa stunned No. 14 Rutgers, 72-66. Under-discussed Megan Gustafson led the Hawkeyes with 32 points and 12 rebounds.

More results:

Toledo bested Central Michigan, 62-59.

St. Louis outlasted Dayton in triple-overtime, 68-65.

No. 2 Baylor 84, No. 20. Iowa State 69

No. 12 Texas 62, Kansas 43

West Virginia 68, Texas Tech 65

Penn 71, Temple 62

Memphis 47, South Florida 40

Kansas State 59, Oklahoma State 48

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule is full of great match ups

College team news:

The Lady Vols aim to turn their losses into learning.

Butler’s turnaround has been remarkable.

Dinged up Kentucky is trying to get healthy for their top 25 showdown tomorrow.

Indiana is looking for a bounce-back against Michigan Thursday.

The Irish and Lady Vols, who face off tomorrow, are on the opposite ends of the basketball spectrum.

Wisconsin is learning hard lessons in Big Ten play.

Zone defenses are causing the Gophers trouble.

North Texas is showing potential to be C-USA contenders.

Ohio State’s earlier close game with Maryland boosted them.

South Dakota has taken over the top spot in ESPN’s mid-major rankings.

There is plenty of love for DII top-ranked Northwest Nazarene.

College player news:

Despite her shooting slump, Minnesota’s Destiny Pitts vows to let it fly.

Redshirt freshman Dru Glyten is finding her niche at Utah.

Taylor Kissinger is making three-point shots at a great rate for Nebraska.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

The Undefeated ranks the top five players at HBCU’s.

Making the case for the Pac-12 player of the week.

College coach news:

Tara VanDerveer reflects on the Stanford community that backed her 900 wins there.

Wes Moore profile.

What Vic Schaefer expects out of Mississippi State without Chloe Bibby.

Losses are taking more of a toll on Lindsay Whalen as a coach than they did as a player.

Hazel Head, mother of Pat Summitt, passed away today at age 93.

WNBA news:

Nets minority owner Joe Tsai has purchased the New York Liberty.

Derek Fisher’s hiring underscores the double standard in sport.

The Sky have hired Bridget Pettis as an assistant coach.

Statistics:

Top players aren’t usually who they seem: a numbers lesson.

Women are better than men at the free throw line.