And then there were three, and other upendings

#17 Texas A&M handed #7 Tennessee their first loss of the season in overtime, 79-76.

Now only three undefeated teams remain: Mississippi State, UConn and…….

Equally shocking upsets:

#3 Louisville dominated #2 Notre Dame, 100-67. The Cardinals are 19-0.

Instant analysis.

Michigan State took down #11 Maryland, 82-68.

More results:

#9 South Carolina scrapped by Auburn, A’ja Wilson scored her 2000th career point, and then sprained her ankle at the end of the matchup.

Kentucky beat Florida to end an eight-game losing streak.

#4 Mississippi State routed Ole Miss, 76-45.

Alabama topped LSU, 65-51.

Georgia took care of Arkansas, 78-65, and is now 15-2.

North Carolina got past Clemson, 59-52.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule features Pac-12 action.

College team news:

No longer an upstart. Oregon is handling life as the hunted in the Pac-12.

Texas women’s basketball will receive $20 million – the largest donation in program history.

Loyola Marymount is turning their all-around chemistry into success.

College player news:

Cal has a Cowling connection.

Amber Smith changed from post player to guard for Missouri.

Syracuse point guard Tiana Mangakahia and forward Miranda Drummond will return from injury Sunday.

At 6-7, Jaimie Curtis adds a physical presence for Colorado.

Felicia Aiyeotan is playing big for Virginia.

Cornell has a Diamond in Boyd.

Junior post player Bride Kennedy-Hopoate is making a difference for Iowa State.

Less than a year after tearing her ACL, the Buff’s Alexis Robinson is back at full speed.

Jenn Hamson’s little sister is getting it done at BYU.

Maryland sophomore Blair Watson is out for the season after sustaining an ACL tear in practice.

WNBA news:

Overseas report.

Mistie Bass says playing in the WNBL three months after having her son is the hardest thing she’s ever done.

Former NBA player Awvee Story is the Chicago Sky’s new assistant coach.

Former pro news:

Lisa Leslie joins Fox Sports Florida as the pre- and post-game analyst for the NBA’s Orlando Magic.

High school news:

Louisville recruit Seygan Robins is on a mission to win back-to-back Kentucky state titles.