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Some thought-provoking scores…..and more milestones


Georgia took down #17 Texas A&M, 92-84.

More results:

#9 South Carolina ran out of gas against #6 Tennessee, 86-70. It was a statement win for the Lady Vols.

#2 Notre Dame bounced back against Boston College, 89-60.

#4 Mississippi State 75, Alabama 61.

#5 Baylor 74, Oklahoma 52.

#8 Oregon 74, #18 Arizona State 64. The Ducks are 6-0 in conference play.

#16 Duke 55, Virginia 48.

#24 Cal 66, Washington State 60.

North Carolina 79, Wake Forest 76 (OT).

LSU 66, Florida 59.

NC State 60, Syracuse 56.

St. John’s 70, Villanova 64.

USC 58, Utah 47.

William & Mary 81, Elon 75.

Arkansas 68, Auburn 58.

Dayton 101, St. Louis 76.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule features #1 UConn at #7 Texas.

College team news:

#1 UConn is ready for a non-conference test against #7 Texas.

The game will bring the Huskies back into the spotlight.

College player news:

Kalani Brown and Lauren Cox have formed an impressive post duo at Baylor.

When does South Carolina get A’ja Wilson back?

Oklahoma State’s Areanna Combs will miss the remainder of the season with an injury.


Jordin Canada became UCLA’s all-time assists leader today.

Seton Hall coach Tony Bozzella notched his 400th career win today.

Bentley coach Barbara Stevens is one victory away from becoming the fifth coach in NCAA history to notch 1,000 career wins. She’s in her 32nd year at the school and 41st coaching overall.

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