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It’s a “down they go” day

Four upsets, count ’em:

Harvard knocked off No. 14 Cal, 85-79.

Nia Clouden’s career-high 27 points sent No. 21 Michigan State past No. 16 Iowa, 84-70.

Arizona shut down No. 17 Arizona State, 51-39.

Central Michigan upended No. 24 Miami, 90-80.

More results:

Guess who’s 12-0? Utah, after today’s 76-61 victory over Colorado.

NC State is 13-0 after thrashing Davidson, 75-45.

Duke 57, Florida Gulf Coast 41

UCF 47, Quinnipiac 45

Chattanooga 66, Maine 61

Seton Hall 77, St. John’s 67

South Dakota 67, North Dakota State 41

Virginia 65, Charlotte 61

Fordham 61, Middle Tennessee 49

LSU 78, South Florida 49

UCLA 72, USC 65

Washington State 79, Washington 76

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Can a Pac-12 break through to win the first NCAA title since 1992?

Freshmen are a big part of Nebraska’s balanced attack.

The Gamecocks must simplify their game heading into SEC play, according to Dawn Staley.

College player news:

Cataloging Sabrina Ionescu’s 14 triple-doubles.

Oregon State’s Maddie Washington is playing big in the post.

USC’s Mariya and Minyon Moore are making the most of their season together.

Former UConn guard Lexi Gordon has transferred to Texas Tech.

South Florida has signed Latvian guard Luize Septe, who is eligible to play immediately.

Milestones:

Notre Dame gave Muffet McGraw career win No. 900, against the school where she started her head coaching career 37 years ago.

Megan Gustafson became Iowa’s all-time scoring leader today.

Kennedy Leonard became Colorado’s all-time assists leader today.

WNBA news:

Sky guards Allie Quigley and Courtney Vandersloot were married in Seattle Thursday.

Kia Nurse had a knee injury scare playing in the WNBL.

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