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Even more news than scores

Upset:

Syracuse took down #23 NC State, 85-75. Alexis Peterson poured in a school record 45 points for the Orange.

Almost-upsets:

#5 South Carolina survived Georgia, 66-63, without injured A’ja Wilson.

#7 Florida State rallied to top #9 Louisville, 72-65.

The SEC is interesting right now:

#4 Mississippi State 82, Florida 49. The Bulldogs are now 18-0.

Ole Miss 67, Tennessee 62.

Kentucky 71, Alabama 54.

Auburn 64, Vanderbilt 59.

LSU 80, Missouri 71.

Texas A&M 90, Arkansas 65.

All scores.

Pac 12 and others on the schedule tomorrow.

College team news:

After a rough week, Utah has renewed focus ahead of Stanford and Cal.

Defense is fueling LSU’s improvement from last season.

Syracuse has America’s best back court.

Ohio State is taking the next step in professional development.

Does Ohio have the resume to get an NCAA at-large bid?

Minnesota alum Lindsay Whalen applauds the shift in culture of the school’s athletics.

A defensive identity is carrying Purdue.

College player news:

Purdue freshman Dominique Oden has found her spot on the team.

The Northwestern men wore a patch on their uniforms tonight to honor the late Jordan Hankins.

Oregon freshman Sabrina Ionescu’s big game-winner at Cal last weekend reflects her family’s athletic intensity.

Ducks guard Megan Trinder will miss the rest of the season with an ACL tear.

Holes in the game of Notre Dame’s Kathryn Westbeld are hard to find.

Freshman forward Jasmine Walker has left Florida State.

A seed planted by North Texas coach Jalie Mitchell years ago has lead to Terriell Bradley becoming a leader there.

UConn’s Gabby Williams is in a rush.

It’s been a record-braking week for WNBA draft watch seniors.

The legacy of Danielle Adams at Texas A&M.

College coach news:

Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw is confident for the future.

Sue Guevara is leading Central Michigan to MAC glory.

UConn coach Geno Auriemma almost left his job 10 years ago to take a position as a men’s college basketball coach.

Jordan Hankins:

Jordan Hankins’ former high school coach can’t hold back tears when discussing her.

WNBA news:

With her new job, Swin Cash doesn’t miss playing.

Sun coach Curt Miller’s match ups, volume II.

Women’s sports coverage:

….has fallen since 1989.

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