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Upsets, close games, and so many storylines

Upsets:

No. 3 Louisville beat No. 2 UConn, 78-69, for only the second time in program history.

A three-point play sent LMU past No. 25 BYU, 61-58.

Close ones:

Boston College stopped Duke, 92-90, on a last-second shot in 2OT.

No. 16 South Carolina got by No. 19 Kentucky, 74-70.

No. 17 Rutgers rallied past Indiana, 69-64.

No. 18 Syracuse escaped Virginia, 72-68.

No. 24 Florida State surged to take Miami, 62-58.

North Carolina topped Georgia Tech, 91-90.

More results:

No. 7 NC State shook off a slow start to defeat Wake Forest, 59-50. They are 21-0.

Georgia ended a three-game losing streak with an 80-72 win over Arkansas.

Minnesota ended a three-game losing streak with a 61-54 win over Northwestern.

Tennessee 67, Florida 50.

Auburn 64, Ole Miss 51.

Nebraska 84, Purdue 64.

Still in progress now: No. 8 Stanford at Cal

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Louisville set a nationwide attendance record for the season tonight, as more than 17,000 showed up to see them take on UConn, and the Cardinals got a confidence boost.

So far, so good for the Hawkeyes.

Utah is thriving with eight players. How did they get to this point?

No. 21 ASU seeks to avenge their loss to Arizona tomorrow.

A subtle scouting change has aided No. 23 Iowa State this season.

A look inside Ohio’s defensive struggles.

Ole Miss is proud of their growth despite their loss to Mississippi State.

Kansas State notebook.

College player news:

Kristine Anigwe is focusing on the next game ahead for Cal.

The role model that Stanford’s Alanna Smith seeks to become is into the dust.

Underclassmen have led Maryland’s resurgence after a loss to Michigan State.

Feature on Texas point guard Sug Sutton.

Oregon State’s chances grow with Joanna Grymek’s emerging game.

Kelly Karlis is savoring her shot at the big time for the Badgers, and teammates Marsha Howard and Imani Lewis look to remain consistent for Sunday’s Michigan game.

Arizona’s freshman class is excited to be part of their turnaround.

College coach news:

Kelly Graves comments about the possibility of Sabrina Ionescu leaving Oregon and entering the WNBA draft.

Longtime Holy Cross coach Bill Gibbons has been suspended for the remainder of the season pending investigation into a personnel matter.

St. Francis coach Joe Haigh has resigned.

High school news:

An Alabama judge has again postponed Friday’s hearing in the Maori Davenport case.

WNBA news:

Breanna Stewart is aiming beyond the arc to impact the world.

The Lynx are expected to sign Karima Christmas-Kelly tomorrow.

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