Another day of amazing storylines


Indiana stopped No. 10 Iowa, 75-73, on a last-second floater.

No. 16 Kentucky took down No. 13 South Carolina, 65-57.

Virginia Tech upended No. 14 Miami, 73-65.

Almost upset:

No. 8 Maryland escaped, 71-69 over Minnesota, on the back of Kaila Charles.

More results…..and some are QUITE interesting:

No. 5 Notre Dame 89, Duke 61

No. 6 Mississippi State 80, Ole Miss 66

No. 15 Gonzaga 74, Santa Clara 61

No. 21 Texas A&M 79, Tennessee 62

Ohio State 77, Michigan State 70

Michigan 86, Rutgers 76

Penn State 72, Purdue 61

Georgia 93, Arkansas 83

Georgia Tech 75, Clemson 53

North Carolina 93, Boston College 78

Nebraska 71, Northwestern 64

Pepperdine 96, Pacific 76

Loyola Marymount 69, Saint Mary’s 56

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule


Arike Ogunbowale passed Skylar Diggins as Notre Dame’s all-time leading scorer.

College team news:

Oregon is preparing for senior weekend without Ruthy Hebard.

Arizona State closes the regular season facing for NCAA-caliber teams.

Oregon State’s defense is taking shape with improved post presence.

South Dakota has won 11 straight.

It’s gut check time for Michigan State after dropping their third straight.

College player news:

Bridget Carleton has exceeded expectations and now has a shot at Iowa State’s all-time scoring record.

Utah’s seniors are building for the future. And they want to end their home court careers on a high note.

UCLA guard Japreece Dean is hitting her stride.

UConn’s Olivia Nelson-Ododa is earning playing time with “dirty work.”

BYU is back on track after a slump, and Brenna Chase is a big reason why.

Maya Caldwell is cementing her place in Georgia’s starting lineup.

Aarion McDonald’s work ethic and quick learning curve lead Arizona’s resurgence.

Oregon State’s Katie McWilliams fulfilled her basketball dream by staying home.

Colorado’s Kennedy Leonard and Alexis Robinson are set for their final home games.

Former Ute Emily Potter has become a health advocate.

Seven DII post players ready to make an impact in the postseason.

College coach news:

Two days after giving birth, Georgia coach Joni Taylor returned to the huddle tonight to coach her team. Pictures.

Kelly Graves podcast.

Adia Barnes has Arizona on the rise.

Q&A with UMES coach Fred Batchelor.

Purdue Fort Wayne coach Niecee Nelson has been cleared of wrongdoing.

WNBA news:

New owner Joe Tsai is providing resources to the Liberty, and Isiah Thomas is out.

Veteran Noelle Quinn has retired and joined the Seattle Storm’s coaching staff.


How the NBA’s Indiana Pacers became a top destination for hiring women.