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Carnage Sunday

Upsets, upsets, upsets.

Upsets of the ranked kind:

A late layup sent Missouri past #6 South Carolina, 62-60.

Wake Forest toppled #15 NC State, 89-77.

Marquette cruised by #17 DePaul, 96-81.

Michigan State routed #20 Michigan, 86-68, behind a whopping performance by Tori Jankoska.

Temple dumped #22 South Florida, 77-71.

Upsets of the unranked kind:

Colorado 76, Oregon 66

Vanderbilt 85, Ole Miss 67

Almost upsets:

#3 Mississippi State 72, #23 Texas A&M 67

#7 Notre Dame rallied past #21 Syracuse, 85-80.

Northern Iowa 61, Indiana State 59 (OT)

Villanova 61, Butler 58 (OT)

Georgia 70, LSU 65 (OT)

All scores.

Big Monday features #2 Maryland at #12 Onio State, and #4 Baylor at #8 Texas. Full schedule.

College team news:

Syracuse set a new attendance record in their loss to Notre Dame today. They continue their upward trajectory.

College player news:

Washington’s Kelsey Plum is creeping up on the NCAA all-time scoring record after today’s 35-point showing.

Monique Billings tied a school record with 25 rebounds in UCLA’s 67-48 win over WSU.

Haley Smith passed the 1,000-point career mark for the Buffs today.

Myisha Hines-Allen is the difference-maker for Louisville.

Syracuse’s Alexis Paterson combines talent with hard work.

Sabrina Haines’ newfound confidence is paying dividends for Arizona State.

Big goals and big memories abound for Stanford seniors.

Kalani Purcell does it all for BYU.

Missouri’s Lianna Doty takes nothing for granted.

Paige Crozon is ready to cap off her brilliant career at Utah.

Freshman Alexes Bryant has left Oklahoma State.

College coach news:

The late Kay Yow’s words have had a lasting impact.

Playing for Kay in daily life.

Adrian Walters’ coaching career started at an unexpected place before arriving at Auburn.

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