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What utter insanity today!!!!

For the first time since the 2011 Final Four, both the No. 1 and No. 2 teams lost on the same day.

No. 8 Louisville shut down No. 1 Oregon, 72-62.

No. 5 South Carolina knocked off No. 2 Baylor, 74-59.

So who will be the new No. 1 team Monday?

It could be No. 3 Stanford, who just avoided an upset moments ago by holding off No. 10 Mississippi State, 67-62.

But some on social media tonight say it should be Louisville. We will see in less than two days.

Other upsets:

Green Bay toppled No. 18 Syracuse in OT, 79-73.

Notre Dame upended No. 21 USF, 67-51.


No. 11 UCLA edged UCF, 61-56.

No. 15 Michigan State got past Kansas State, 65-60.

No. 25 Arkansas escaped Wisconsin, 68-64.

Other (sometimes surprising) results:

No. 7 Oregon State shook off Liberty, 68-55, and gave coach Scott Rueck the 500th win of his career.

A last second layup propelled FGCU over South Dakota State, 71-70.

Rutgers gave Georgia Tech their first loss of the year, 46-43.

Washington’s three-pointers helped them beat Iowa, 70-63.

Georgia gave Virginia Tech their first loss of the season, 77-72.

Butler clipped Ohio, 60-55.

Central Michigan took care of Marist, 77-54.

No. 17 Indiana thrashed Washington State, 78-44.

No. 12 NC State 68, Hawaii 59

No. 22 Gonzaga 62, Middle Tennessee 50

Auburn 76, Dayton 74 (OT)

Wichita State 88, Oklahoma 83

Marquette 61, Tulsa 60

Texas 63, North Texas 57

Pitt 58, Ole Miss 50

Texas Tech is 5-0 after a 64-60 win over San Diego

Ohio State 64, Northern Iowa 46

Purdue 59, Arizona State 52…and the Boilermakers are 6-0

South Dakota 91, Northern Illinois 48

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College player news:

The NCAA picks these five players to be the top scorers in the country this season.