Upsets are the new normal

Upsets are becoming the norm, not the exception


No. 17 Michigan State knocked off No. 9 Maryland, 77-60.

BYU ended No. 13 Gonzaga’s 12-game winning streak, 70-68.

Alabama took out No. 20 Tennessee, 86-65. It is the first four-game losing streak for the Lady Vols since 1970.

Close ones:

No. 16 Kentucky 64, LSU 60

Auburn 72, Vanderbilt 70

More results:

No. 4 Louisville 91, Virginia 43

No. 7 Mississippi State 89, No. 15 South Carolina 74

No. 22 Iowa 75, Michigan 61

No. 23 Minnesota 78, Wisconsin 50

Missouri 61, Georgia 35

Miami 58, Duke 50

Clemson 71, Georgia Tech 61

Ohio State 76, Penn State 71

Florida State 91, Boston College 71

Nebraska 77, Illinois 67

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

There are plenty of North Carolina players on NC State’s undefeated team roster.

Oregon and Oregon State are on the verge of setting attendance records.

Oregon podcast.

Utah is enjoying the moment during Pac-12 play.

The scariest thing about the Utes’ resurgence is that they’re young.

Arizona State’s freshmen are progressing on a veteran team.

Arizona is searching for scorers to help Aari McDonald.

UConn’s game against Temple has been moved to Saturday due to weather.

College player news:

UConn’s Megan Walker outscored Tulane last night – the first DI player since 2002 to do so.

There’s at least one Syracuse player who skips three’s.

Mikayla Pivec is putting in work to overcome her free throw struggles for Oregon State.

Colorado’s young points guards are growing up fast.

College coach news:

Joni Taylor’s daughter brings joy to Georgia.

Amy Williams shares a list of ways Nebraska can improve their scoring production.

High school news:

ESPN’s picks for the McDonald’s All-American game rosters.

Christ the King’s Natalija Marshall is emerging as one of New York’s finest.

Hearing loss hasn’t deterred Cheyenne Talbot.

Saylor Poffenbarger thrives with recruiter’s eyes on her.

WNBA news:

The Minnesota Lynx issued an interesting statement today: “We have been in close contact with Maya Moore and together, are deciding the best way to approach next season.”

The Lynx is unsure if Moore will play this season.

She might sit out.

I would not be surprised at all.