The good, the dominating, and the struggling


#21 Georgia 62, #11 Missouri 50. The Bulldogs are now in sole possession of second place in the SEC.

Iowa 103, #12 Ohio State 89. It’s the third straight loss for the Buckeyes. What’s going on with them?

Upset avoidance:

#14 Maryland 68, Northwestern 65.


#2 Mississippi State 90, Florida 53. The Bulldogs are now a program-best 21-0.

#3 Baylor 81, #6 Texas 56.

#5 Notre Dame 87, Pitt 53.

#9 South Carolina 90, Arkansas 42.

Another surprise:

Kentucky found their shot and blasted Alabama, 79-54.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule includes Pac-12 and Big East action.

College team news:

South Carolina is getting healthier with A’ja Wilson’s return.

Oregon State heads to Utah seek their first road game win.

Maryland is relying on its depth to replace Blair Watson.

North Carolina is on their way back.

Ashland is looking to add more records in their historic run.

They made basketball history.

College player news:

Skayla Hill’s quadruple-double got her a shout out from the NBA’s LeBron James.

Kelsey Mitchell talks about her scoring success.

Tennessee’s Rennia Davis is a quick study on and off the court.

Baylor is posting up big with Kalani Brown and Lauren Cox.

Myisha Hines-Allen is doing big things at Louisville.

Injured ASU guard Sabrina Haines: ‘I appreciate walking.’

Loryn Goodwin is the motor that keeps Oklahoma State going.

Peyton Carter’s hard work is paying off for Colorado.

The NCAA denied Te’a Cooper’s hardship waiver to play for South Carolina.

College coach news:

Arizona State coach Charli Turner Thorne has made a lasting impact in her 22-year tenure.

When Washington hosts USC Sunday, it will be a coaching matchup that’s been years in the making, between Mark Trakh and Jody Wynn.

Missouri State assistant coach Jackie Stiles will have cancer surgery next Friday.

We Back Pat Week:

Around the Rim talks to Tamika Catchings, Mercedes Russell and Jaime Nared about We Back Pat Week and more.

WNBA news:

Courtney Williams reflects on her MVP season in Perth.

Former players are learning life after basketball in the NBA league office.