The upsets flow

Upset, upset, upset:

For the second time this week, TCU has upset a ranked opponent. This time it was #15 West Virginia: 76-74 in OT.

The Megan Gustafson show wasn’t enough for #18 Iowa, as they fell to Purdue, 76-70.

Kansas State lit up #20 Oklahoma State, 80-64.

Florida International 68, Rice 58.

Almost upset:

#21 Rutgers needed an OT to defeat Minnesota, 80-70.

#23 Michigan edged Nebraska in OT, 69-64.

More results:

#10 Ohio State downed Indiana, 77-62.

Buffalo felled Ball State, 84-80.

Wyoming nipped Colorado State, 53-49.

All scores.

So many tasty matchups tomorrow.

College team news:

How South Carolina could beat Tennessee without A’ja Wilson.

The Lady Vols must move on from their loss Thursday to face the Gamecocks.

Cal’s young stars and chemistry help in handling pressure.

Short-handed Maryland is still in the mix in a tight Big Ten race.

UConn is amassing assists at an historic rate.

Notre Dame looks to bounce back against Boston College.

Central Michigan is unbeaten in the MAC.

College player news:

Reliable Maite Cazorla lets her game do the talking for No. 8 Oregon.

College coach news:

Cal coach Lindsay Gottlieb is balancing her job with being a new mom.

Q&A with Arizona coach Adia Barnes.

Episode six of Mike Neighbors’ radio show, “the Neighborhood.”

Jacksonville coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin’s podcast: No Ceilings.


Ohio State’s Kelsey Mitchell surpassed the 3,000-point career mark – only the 13th player in NCAA history to do so.

Katelynn Flaherty today became Michigan’s all-time scoring leader, woman or man.

High school news:

She’s 6-2, in eighth grade and can dunk. And she’s on the Gamecocks’ radar.

WNBA news:

Donald Trump’s view of Africa isn’t what Chiney Ogwumike sees.

The Connecticut Sun are still looking for that missing piece.

Tiffany Bias continues her basketball career while pursuing modeling.


Why do we let immigrants into our country? Because of people like Nicky Anosike.