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Results in a world of parity are upsetting, and close

What a day of games!!!


North Carolina knocked off No. 17 South Florida, 71-69.

Michigan took care of No. 21 Missouri, 70-54.

Kentucky nipped UCLA in OT, 75-74. Sophomore Michaela Onyenwere dropped a career-high 28 points for the Bruins.

Washington stopped Duke, 71-64.

Rallies and close games:

No. 2 UConn pulled away from St. John’s in the game’s final minutes to win, 65-55.

No. 4 Baylor outlasted South Dakota State, 72-66.

A last-second layup propelled No. 5 Louisville by No. 19 Arizona State, 58-56.

No. 9 held off No. 13 South Carolina, 70-68.

No. 10 Texas survived Quinnipiac, 56-55.

No. 12 Iowa rallied from a 24-point deficit to top No. 25 West Virginia, 84-81.

Fordham fought past Ball State, 78-70.

Northern Arizona edged LMU, 63-62.

CSUN rallied from 14 down to defeat Washington State, 65-52.

BYU 61, TCU 58.

More results:

No. 1 Notre Dame 82, Drake 64.

No. 3 crushed UC Riverside, 94-44.

No. 14 Syracuse thrashed Princeton, 92-61.

No. 15 NC State is undefeated after a 69-61 win over George Washington.

Gonzaga routed Rutgers, 57-40.

Wisconsin is 5-0 after handling Pitt, 57-42.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Boise State and Idaho have renewed their in-state rivalry in California.

A very long flight helped Nebraska land an Australian player. The Huskers drop to 1-3 with today’s loss to Miami.

College player news:

Meet Megan Huff, Utah’s most valuable player.

College coach news:

Arizona coach Adia Barnes hosted Thanksgiving dinner for her team yesterday.

Women’s hoops coaches talk about getting players to the pros.

WNBA news:

Can new Sky coach James Wade instill a new culture with the team?

Podcast with Sue Bird.

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