Takedown day

Upsets, count ’em:

No. 20 Miami rallied to stop No. 2 Louisville, 79-73.

No. 14 Iowa downed No. 7 Maryland, 86-73, for a share of the Big Ten lead.

Kansas State toppled No. 15 Texas, 69-60.

Nebraska used a fast start to upend No. 24 Michigan State, 82-71.

Almost-upsets:

No. 10 Stanford edged USC, 69-67.

No. 17 Kentucky escaped Arkansas, 61-59.

No. 19 Arizona State scored the final 20 points of the game to stun Utah, 60-58.

More results:

Tennessee got by Missouri, 62-60.

Ohio State slipped past Wisconsin, 70-68.

A late shot lifted Purdue over Northwestern, 61-58.

No. 4 UConn 78, UCF 41

No. 5 Mississippi State 92, No. 22 Texas A&M 64

No. 16 Syracuse 77, Wake Forest 57

DePaul 70, St. John’s 62

Georgia Tech 76, Virginia Tech 68

Minnesota 97, Penn State 67

Arizona 63, Colorado 51…..it’s the Wildcats’ first weekend sweep in eight seasons.

Texas Tech 75, Kansas 71

North Carolina 70, Virginia 53

UCLA 80, Cal 74

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule features a double-header on ESPN2: Notre Dame at NC State, followed by Oregon at Oregon State.

College player news:

Miami’s Emese Hof is ESPNW’s player of the week.

Stanford’s Shannon Coffee performed the national anthem in sign language today before their game against USC.

Play 4 Kay:

Officials came together to honor the late Rachelle Jones.

WNBA news:

The WNBA and ‘Captain Marvel’ have launched ‘what makes a hero’ to empower and inspire girls.