BOOM!

When was the last time we saw SIX upsets in one night?

No. 6 Baylor snapped No. 1 UConn’s 98-home game winning streak with a decisive 74-58 win. The Huskies are no longer undefeated.

North Carolina handed No. 9 NC State their first loss of the season, 66-60.

LSU hung on to beat No. 10 Texas A&M, 57-54. Chennedy Carter rolled her ankle in the first half and did not return to the game.

A balanced Georgia Tech defeated No. 11 Florida State, 67-52.

Iowa stopped No. 17 Maryland, 66-61.

Ohio State ran past No. 24 Michigan, 78-69.

Only two unbeaten teams left in Division I: UCLA and Oregon State.

More results:

Northwestern edged Minnesota, 56-54, to hand the Gophers their third straight loss.

No. 12 Indiana had fun in their 66-48 rivalry win over Purdue.

No. 4 South Carolina 91, No. 21 Arkansas 82

No. 7 Louisville 87, Miami 41

Penn State downed Michigan State, 86-73.

Vanderbilt 63, Georgia 55

Virginia 66, Duke 63

Nebraska 65, Wisconsin 50

Idaho 69, Montana State 68 (2OT)

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

The Pac-12 is off to a dominating start.

The Pac features five ranked teams, but not everyone can see the network.

UCLA aims to “beet” altitude symptoms on their road trip.

What we learned from the best start in Arizona history.

Arizona State has double trouble this weekend.

Oregon State will face a tough challenge in the desert.

The ACC will break ground when they broadcast Syracuse games.

Boston College beat Notre Dame for the first time since 2006.

Navy is undergoing a midseason makeover.

College player news:

Rhyne Howard tied a school single-game scoring record with 43 points for Kentucky tonight. She scored 37 last game.

Iowa State’s Ashley Joens is meeting every challenge this season.

Emily Engstler is cleaning the glass for Syracuse.

Five high-impact freshmen and what they do best.

College coach news:

Arizona coach Adia Barnes hopes for 10,000 fans as her team faces the Oregon schools this weekend.

Charli Turner Thorne on Phoenix’s Final Four bid.

Cal coach Charmin Smith faces her former school and mentor this weekend.

Bonus:

HBO will debut a “women of Troy” special about the USC teams of the 1980’s.

Tamika Catchings, Swin Cash-Canal and Lauren Jackson highlight the Basketball Hall of Fame finalists.

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