More insanity on day two of the Madness

SEC Tournament:

South Carolina bested Tennessee, 73-62. Both A’ja Wilson and Jaime Nared played.

Texas A&M held off LSU, 75-69, behind Chennedy Carter’s 27 points.

Georgia upset Missouri, 55-41.

Mississippi State routed Kentucky, 81-58.

Pac-12 Tournament:

Oregon cruises, UCLA battles to advance to Pac-12 semis.

More on the second two games soon.

Big Ten Tournament:

The Gophers solidified their NCAA Tournament credentials with a 90-89 win over Iowa.

Nebraska took down Michigan, 61-54.

Maryland stopped Indiana, 67-54.

Ohio State made easy work of Rutgers, 82-57.

ACC Tournament:

NC State upended Duke 51-45.

Louisville survived Virginia Tech, 73-70.

Florida State got revenge on Miami, 73-69.

Notre Dame blew by Virginia, 83-47.

A-10 Tournament:


OVC Tournament:


Horizon League Tournament:


Southern Conference Tournament:


WCC Tournament:


MAAC Tournament:


All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

Oklahoma State aims to solidify a strong March with a good Big 12 tourney showing.

The Sooners won’t allow themselves to be weighed down by NCAA Tournament bubble pressure.

“The way last year ended” is fueling UConn and Mississippi State.

It’s a win-or-no-NCAA-Tournament weekend for TCU.

College player news:

Jordin Canada has quietly become the force behind UCLA basketball.

Iowa’s Megan Gustafson scored a Big Ten Tournament record 48 points in their loss today.

Indiana’s Tyra Buss and Amanda Cahill almost never leave the court and they weren’t going to start last night.

Kenisha Bell, after many moves, is making all the right ones for Gophers.

Kaila Charles became a star when Maryland needed her most.

In actions and words, Terp Kristen Confroy has demanded to be heard.

Canadians to watch in March Madness.

College coach news:

Will Sherri Coale’s NCAA Tournament streak end?

UMaine has promoted Amy Vachon from interim to head coach.

Ole Miss has let coach Matt Insell go.

International news:

Vladimir Putin has granted Russian citizenship to Jamierra Faulkner.