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Upsets, close games and milestones

LSU upended #9 Georgia, 62-54.

Michigan upset #13 Purdue, 67-56.

#23 Oklahoma beat #22 Oklahoma State, 80-61.

Close to being upsets:

#6 Cal got by Arizona, 91-86.

#14 Texas A&M overcame #15 South Carolina by a last-second bucket, 50-48.

#16 North Carolina held off Georgia Tech, 60-58.

More results:

#18 Dayton’s win was Coach Jim Jabir’s 400th.

Tulane’s road win streak was snapped as Tulsa squeaked out a 67-65 victory.

Ohio State survived Northwestern, 59-52.

Houston came back to defeat Rice, 53-51.

It took three overtimes, but Arkansas prevailed over Alabama, 91-80.

Washington bested USC, 61-58.

Western Michigan barely beat Bowling Green, 55-54.

Mississippi State 61, Missouri 56.

Marquette over Villanova, 60-56.

San Diego State snapped Fresno State’s 20-home game winning streak in grand style, with a 74-49 thrashing.

Northern Iowa prevailed past a Missouri State comeback attempt, 82-78.

Virginia rallied to defeat Virginia Tech, 50-47.

Wake Forest clipped Boston College, 61-59.

Other goodies and milestones:

Kentucky’s A’Dia Mathies is ESPNW’s player of the week.

Hofstra forward Shante Evans eclipsed 2,000 points.

Stony Brook guard Dani Klupenger has joined the 1,000-point club.

Utah State’s Devyn Christensen became her school’s all-time leading scorer in today’s game.

Profiling West Virginia guard Christal Caldwell.

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