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Let the cream of the crop come forth

t’s that time of year when the women are beginning to separate from the girls.

An example was tonight’s upset:

#14 Maryland routed #12 Ohio State, 99-69.

The Buckeye’s own school newspaper called the game a decimation, and the season disappointing.

Ohio State’s weak defense is costing them.

All scores.

Only nine games tomorrow, but one is Michigan State at #16 Michigan.

College team news:

The Oregon coaches have no love for back-to-back rivalry games.

Injuries are leaving Michigan State thin in the backcourt going into a tough game stretch.

The future of the Oregon Civil War is bright.

Harvard is rounding into form.

Australians are flowing on to some teams.

College player news:

Florida State’s Skakayla Thomas is ESPNW’s player of the week.

Stanford’s Kiana Williams is a freshman in name only.

Leading scorer and rebounder Donnaizha Fountain is no longer part of the Seton Hall Pirates.

College coach news:

The coaching carousel reveals institutionalized discrimination in college basketball.

Sad news:

Davidson sophomore forward Andrea Robinson has been diagnosed with leukemia and will miss the rest of the season. Find out how to help here.

Former Baylor standout Chameka Scott has died at 33, after a long battle with cancer.

Chameka Scott tribute.

Pat Summitt:

The Pat Summitt Foundation has kicked off “We Back Pat” week.

MIT director of athletics Julie Soriero has received the NCAA’s Pat Summitt Award.

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