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Some rocking and rolling in the scoring column


Miami pulled away in the fourth quarter to upend #23 NC State, 52-48.

More results:

#11 Tennessee survived Arkansas, 90-85, thanks to Rennia Davis’ career day.

#7 South Carolina got back on track against Alabama, 79-66.

#10 Maryland took care of Michigan State, 79-68.

#13 Ohio State pounded Rutgers, 90-68.

#15 Missouri held off Kentucky, 83-78.

#18 Georgia downed Vanderbilt, 67-55, despite a rocky start.

Minnesota slipped by Purdue, 78-74.

Auburn defeated LSU, 70-62. It was coach Terri Williams-Flournoy’s 100th career win.

Iowa nipped Penn State, 80-76. Megan Gustafson had 33 points for the Hawkeyes.

All scores.

Pac-12, Big East and Ivy League tomorrow.

College team news:

“There were nearly more UCLA fans than USC fans in Monday’s rematch at the Galen Center.”

Stanford puts the squeeze on opponents with tight defense.

Oregon has plenty of motivation for their showdown with Washington tomorrow.

Washington is 1-11 in Pac-12 play, but not a lost cause.

Cal is looking to recover from season’s ‘low point.’

College player news:

Louisville’s Bionca Dunham is driven to prove doubters wrong and be family’s first college grad.

Morgan William is still chasing that perfect shot.

Fordham’s Bre Cavanaugh on the journey: where it all began.

Georgia’s Stephanie Paul stays true to her Haitian heritage.

Two Boise State teammates went more than 600 days without playing. Now they’re thriving.

Their Bronco teammate Riley Lupfer is a three-point machine.

Freshman Chantel Horvat talks about coming from Australia to play for UCLA.

How UConn transfer De’Janae Boykin brings toughness to Penn State.

Napheesa Collier is making the most of her trips to the foul line.

Tiana Mangakahia is an assist machine for Syracuse.

College coach news:

No ceilings podcast: milestone moments.
WNBA news:

High school news:

The Naismith National High School Girls’ 10 semifinalists have been announced.

A painful plaque is spurring versatile Kaelynn Satterfield to a stellar season at Christ the King.

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