Spectacular grand finale of upsets

Holy moly – this may be the biggest upset day yet of this crazy season of parity:

#13 Kentucky toppled #2 South Carolina, 67-56.

Oregon closed out #19 Stanford, 62-55.

Virginia rolled past #8 Louisville, 75-59.

LSU took it to #12 Texas A&M, 80-63.

#16 Duke rallied to edge #15 North Carolina, 81-80.

More results:

#5 Maryland closed out a perfect Big Ten season by routing Northwestern, 69-48.

Seton Hall stunned Butler, 85-76, and claims their first Big East title.

West Virginia rallied to beat Texas in overtime, 76-69.

#4 Notre Dame defeated NC State, 67-60.

#10 Arizona State handled Colorado, 59-46.

#11 Mississippi State denied Ole Miss, 55-47.

#6 Tennessee breezed past Vanderbilt, 79-49.

#17 Iowa routed Minnesota, 92-76.

Ohio State stuffed Nebraska, 78-60, and locked up the Big Ten’s third seed.

Villanova downed Creighton, 61-53.

Xavier silenced St. John’s, 74-61.

#9 Florida State topped Miami, 69-55.

Missouri took care of Arkansas, 57-41.

Pitt held on to beat Clemson, 61-56.

Full scoreboard.

Texas center Imani McGee-Stafford:

Amazing piece about how she’s used poetry to cope with difficult life circumstances, that included abuse.

More player news:

Iowa’s Samantha Logic is ESPN’s player of the week.

Charlotte seniors Ayanna Holmes and Olivia Rankin have developed a friendship bigger than hoops.

Lindsay Allen and Notre Dame are reaching their goals.

Nebraska’s Brandi Jeffery isn’t tall, but she has a big impact.

The strained Achilles tendon of Kentucky’s Makayla Epps is sapping her explosiveness.