Record-breaking, upsetting on day 2 of Tournament

Records broken:

Baylor set an NCAA Tournament record with an 89-point drubbing of Texas Southern, 119-30.

Texas A&M staged the biggest comeback in Tournament history, rallying back from 21 down in the fourth quarter to stun Penn, 63-61.

Upsets and chokin’:

Quinnipiac upended Marquette, 68-65.

Oregon rallied past Temple, 71-70.

Cal got by LSU, 55-52.

Escapes and annihilations:

Miami 62, Florida Gulf Coast 60.

Stanford 72, New Mexico State 64.

Connecticut 116, Albany 55.

Duke 94, Hampton 31.

More results:

Washington 91, Montana State 63.

Louisville 82, Chattanooga 62.

UCLA 83, Boise State 56.

Kansas State 67, Drake 54.

Syracuse 85, Iowa State 65.

Oklahoma 75, Gonzaga 62.

Tennessee 66, Dayton 57.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

Maryland is at the same spot as last year’s Tournament disappointment.

College player news:

Jadda Buckley will forego her final season at Iowa State.

Ohio State’s Linnae Harper comes to grips with facing her former teammates tomorrow.

Makayla Epps is doing whatever it takes to extend her career.

College coach news:

A-freakin-mazing piece by Tennessee coach Holly Warlick: The voice in my head.

Cal coach Lindsay Gottlieb believed her team was NCAA-worth all along.