Another upset Sunday

Yet another Funday of mind-blowing upsets:

North Carolina stunned No. 1 Notre Dame, 78-73, behind Paris Kea’s 30 points.

Don’t say I didn’t tell you about those Utes: No. 21 Utah took down No. 6 Stanford, 75-68, on the back of Erika Bean’s career performance. It was the first win over the Cardinal in program history.

No. 24 Texas A&M held on to edge No. 15 Kentucky, 73-71.

Almost-toppled:

No. 8 NC State rallied to get past Georgia Tech, 68-60. They are a perfect 20-0.

No. 14 Rutgers held off Penn State, 69-61.

No. 22 Florida State rallied to stop Virginia Tech, 56-54. It is the seventh straight loss for the Hokies.

No. 23 Michigan State staved off Michigan, 77-73.

More results:

Tennessee beat LSU, 74-65, to snap a six-game losing streak.

No. 2 Baylor 74, Oklahoma 53

No. 3 UConn 93, UCF 57

No. 4 Louisville 70, Pitt 42…..without Asia Durr

No. 5 Oregon 76, Washington 57

No. 7 Mississippi State 80, Mississippi 49

No. 9 Oregon State 52, Washington State 35

No. 10 Marquette 87, Butler 58

No. 11 Maryland 76, Indiana 56

No. 13 Syracuse 64, Duke 55…..it’s the first win at Cameron for the Orange. So many “firsts” this season, around the country.

No. 16 Arizona State 68, USC 59

No. 17 Iowa 72, Purdue 58

No. 25 Missouri 74, Auburn 65

UCLA outlasted Arizona in three overtimes, 98-93.

Seton Hall 76, Georgetown 63

Miami 76, Boston College 73

TCU 58, Kansas 53

DePaul 73, Xavier 71 (OT)

Alabama 58, Georgia 53

Cal 80, Colorado 60

Wisconsin 70, Nebraska 69

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Ole Miss knows it isn’t Mississippi State yet, but that’s the goal.

College coach news:

Amy Williams sees it as a positive that Nebraska has “beasts off the bench.”