No. 8 Baylor takes down No. 1 UConn, 68-57

Three upsets today, and the biggest one was:

No. 8 Baylor took down No. 1 UConn, 68-57, ending the Huskies regular-season winning streak at 126 games.


Northwestern upended No. 15 Michigan State, 70-62.

No. 23 South Carolina rallied to toppled No. 21 Texas A&M, 60-57.

More results:

Miami handed previously-undefeated Virginia Tech their first loss, 68-61.

Denver snapped South Dakota’s 15-game Summit League winning steak with a 104-99 win.

No. 3 Louisville hung on to beat North Carolina, 73-66.

No. 19 Iowa held of Nebraska, 77-71.

No. 9 NC State 63, Duke 51

No. 10 Tennessee 78, Auburn 69

No. 14 Syracuse 84, Clemson 75

Penn State 71, Wisconsin 64

Wright State 85, Green Bay 67

Georgia Tech 81, Boston College 76

Florida State 63, Virginia 61

Georgia 63, LSU 50

Missouri 78, Ole Miss 55

With UConn and Virginia Tech sustaining their first loss of the season tonight, there are five unbeaten teams left in DI: Louisville, NC State, Utah, South Alabama and Ohio.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule features Pac-12 and Big East action

College team news:

Pac-12: Arizona is riding a streak, Cal is regrouping and Oregon is prepared.

The Ducks open the season as the hunted.

Improved Stanford has high hopes entering Pac-12 play.

Can Utah’s magic last?

Cal is eager for the Pac-12 after their upset loss to Harvard.

Arizona may be way ahead of schedule.

FGCU wants to write their own history en route to a conference championship.

South Florida has lost another top scorer to injury.

College player news:

Lamar’s Chastadie Barrs became only the fourth player in NCAA history to notch 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 500 assists and 500 steals.

Amber Smith is helping Missouri inside and out.

Iowa State’s Kristin Scott could be “scary good.”

Joanna Grymek continues to progress for the Beavers.

College coach news:

How Chelsea Newton became a vital coaching asset for Georgia.

High school news:

Remember Azzi Fudd’s name.

Rutgers recruit Maori Davenport says her lost senior season “hasn’t gotten any easier.”

Incoming Gamecock Olivia Thompson knows her role: draining three’s and bringing energy.