#18 Miami outlasted #9 Ohio State in overtime, 94-89.

#17 Kentucky handed #12 Oklahoma their first loss, 82-68.

Kansas State edged #23 Auburn, 71-66.

More results:

#2 Connecticut 91, #15 DePaul 46

#3 South Carolina 76, #14 Texas 67

#4 Baylor 79, Abilene Christian 34

#5 Maryland 78, #7 Louisville 72

#13 Washington 101, Grand Canyon 66

Virginia Tech remains unbeaten after a 76-67 win over Nebraska

Michigan 92, Georgia Tech 52

NC State 84, Indiana 70

Duke 68, Rutgers 32

Northwestern 69, Virginia 60

Ole Miss 89, Jackson State 41

CSUN 83, Northern Arizona 79

Buffalo 66, UCF 65

North Carolina 72, Wisconsin 59

South Dakota State 61, Northern Iowa 50

Almost all scores, with Stanford and Cal State Bakersfield still in progress.

College team news:

Colorado has shown a 180-degree turnaround this season.

Their two-game turnaround last weekend looks promising for Wisconsin.

Virginia’s freshman class is running to be their best.

Three’s company for Michigan.

Ohio looks to improve their rebounding as they prepare for Duquesne.

Oregon has two international weapons for next year.

College player news:

Wichita State is leaning on Diamond Lockhart’s stability.

College coach news:

Geno Auriemma is relishing close competition for Connecticut.

WNBA player news:

Sun forward Chiney Ogwumike had Achilles surgery yesterday and could miss the 2017 WNBA season.

The Indiana Fever will retire Tamika Catchings’ jersey next June 24.

Swin Cash has found a positive early in her retirement.

Cappie Pondexter, whose jersey was retired at Rutgers tonight, calls it her fondest achievement.