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And then there was one

There are upsets just about every night this season

Upsets:

No. 16 Kentucky upended No. 13 Tennessee, 73-71.

Purdue leveled No. 17 Iowa, 62-57.

Ohio State stunned No. 25 Indiana, 55-50.

Virginia rallied from 19 points down to stun Virginia Tech, 62-58.

The big showdown tonight:

A strong second half lifted No. 1 Notre Dame over No. 2 Louisville, 82-68.

Which means there is only one unbeaten team left in Division I: NC State.

More results:

No. 7 Mississippi State 80, Georgia 71

No. 8 NC State 63, Pitt 34

No. 21 South Carolina 71, Florida 40

Georgia Tech 70, Duke 64

Boston College 65, Wake Forest 64

Auburn 66, Alabama 56

Texas A&M 50, Vanderbilt 43

Missouri 71, Arkansas 53

LSU 55, Ole Miss 41

Quinnipiac 76, Marist 69

North Texas 70, UTEP 51

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Ohio’s first loss hurts, but it’s time to move on.

Syracuse is trying to learn from late-game drama.

Oregon State heads to Los Angeles – a lost weekend of late.

College player news:

Brief interview with Louisville standout Asia Durr.

After last year’s historic season, Megan Gustafson got even better.

Despite nerves, Iowa State’s Maddie Wells is excelling at everything.

Anisha George has found a home at North Texas while making an impact for the Mean Green.

Iowa State freshman Ashley Joens is living up to high hopes.

Vanderbilt’s two freshmen are feeling right at home.

College coach news:

Division II Union coach Mark Campbell has reached 600 career wins faster than any other NCAA women’s basketball coach.

South Carolina is on a winning streak since coach Dawn Staley put on one pair of shoes.

Coach Jose Fernandez is teaching life lessons at South Florida amidst injuries.

Kristen Gillespie is liking her choices as Illinois State gets healthier.

Siena coach Ali Jaques is supporting her fiancee through his cancer fight.

Duquesne coach Dan Burt says: “we are a bad basketball team.”

High school news:

Alabama lawmakers have called for Maori Davenport’s reinstatement.

A high school freshman is staking claim to Skylar Diggins’ old stomping grounds.

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame:

The 12 finalists for induction.

Harlem Globetrotters:

La’Keisha Sutton is a Globetrotter.

Lili Thompson is about to be.

Bonus:

Seven ways to improve coverage of women’s sports.