Down they go (again)…..and more rich storylines


#19 Michigan took down #8 Ohio State.

Nebraska knocked off #20 Iowa, 74-65.

Almost upset:

#14 Maryland hung on to beat Indiana, 74-70.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule features #17 West Virginia at #24 Oklahoma State.

College team news:

TCU is the NCAA’s team of the week.

UConn has to work on rebounding and rotation.

The Longhorns must build on their eye-opening loss to UConn.

It’s rivalry week in the Pac-12.

The rankings of Oregon and Oregon State make this year’s Civil War a rarity.

Oklahoma State needs multiple players to fill the void left by Areanna Combs.

MAC power rankings.

Division II roundup.

College player news:

Kelsey Mitchell reflects on her climb up the scoring list.

Consistent Teana Muldrow is driving West Virginia.

Ruthy Hebard: Outstanding as a freshman and still going strong in year two for Oregon.

After her 14th concussion, Missouri State’s Audrey Holt is stepping away from basketball.

FGCU have added William & Mary transfer Tyra Cox.

Tatum Rembao is making an immediate impact for Creighton.

How the McNeill twins have sparked Virginia Union to a 16-1 start.

Ursuline College’s Camryn Hill becomes one of the youngest in NCAA history to score 1,000 points.

NCAA top 16 seeds:

Continuing a two-year-old tradition, the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee will reveal their mock top 16 seeds on Thursday.

WNBA news:

A mock WNBA draft, chosen by a panel of league’s coaches, GMs.

Crystal Robinson is a new assistant coach for the Seattle Storm.

Tina Charles has been given a franchise tag by the New York Liberty.

The Dream’s Bria Holmes will miss the 2018 season due to pregnancy.

Candace Parker and Skylar Diggins-Smith will be features in Nickelodean’s upcoming series “Crashletes.”

McDonald’s All American Game:

Rosters were revealed today.

Teammates will be divided for the game.