And then there were six

Two undefeated teams lost tonight – Texas Tech and Colorado – leaving six unbeatens left. Two of those, in No. 10 UCLA and No. 18 Arizona, clash Sunday.


TCU upended No. 25 Texas, 65-63.

Iowa State pummeled Texas Tech, 96-66.


No. 10 UCLA edged Arizona State, 68-66.

No. 18 Arizona had to turn on the gas to beat USC, 65-57.

No. 21 Missouri State defeated Loyola Chicago in OT on a game-winning shot, 74-72.

More results:

No. 2 Oregon 104, Colorado 46

No. 3 Oregon State 77, Utah 48

No. 5 Stanford 77, Washington State 58

Washington 67, Cal 64

Drake 104, Northern Iowa 87

Creighton 72, Marquette 62

Villanova 61, Seton Hall 55

Elon 74, Towson 61

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Intensity is ramping up for Iowa State.

What went wrong for Kentucky at South Carolina?

The Pac-12’s most-asked questions.

College player news:

UConn’s Crystal Dangerfield has found her shot.

Mikayla Pivec diary.

College coach news:

Kelly Graves is demanding more of Oregon after they “sleepwalked” through nonconference play.

Dawn Staley won’t drink the Kool-Aid, but the Gamecocks’ dismantling of Kentucky fuels their hype.


The Phoenix City Council will soon vote on whether or not to make a bid for a Final Four.

The New York Liberty will reveal their new head coach Wednesday.

Kia Nurse is stepping up for Australian wildfire relief.