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Big Monday upsets

Whoa now, the upendings continue:

Tennessee upset #4 South Carolina, 76-74. But there was a questionable call at game’s end.

Earlier today, Kentucky re-entered the top 25 rankings at #25. They might be out again after Missouri took them down, 73-67. Fifth straight win for the Tigers.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

A weak Big Ten hurts Maryland.

DePaul’s freshmen are helping the team win.

Oregon is showing that it will be a force in the Pac 12.

College player news:

Seven of the most talented tandems in the country. They forgot UCLA’s Jordin Canada and Monique Billings.

The Nared sisters draw strength from each other, but go their own paths.

Jaida Roper is working her way to being a key contributor for Kentucky.

Diamond DeShields’ letter to her high school self.

A’ja Wilson’s letter to her high school self.

USC freshman Minyon Moore is taking a surprise leadership role for the Trojans this season.

Freshman Destiny Slocum is “amazing” Maryland with her highlight plays.

Shanice Johnson is taking Cincinnati basketball by storm.

Family ties have helped Katie Lou Samuelson become an elite shooter.

Kia Nurse is pointing the way to UConn’s success.

WNBA news:

Big trade today……

The New York Liberty has acquired center Kia Vaughn and guard Bria Hartley from the Washington Mystics in a three-team trade. The Seattle Storm has completed a trade with the Mystics to acquire 6-6 center Carolyn Swords and the Mystics’ 15th overall 2017 WNBA Draft pick. In exchange, Seattle is sending its sixth and 18th 2017 WNBA Draft selections.

Complicated. Odd.

The Mystics have reached an agreement in principle to acquire Elena Delle Donne.

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