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Oklahoma State took down No. 25 West Virginia, 57-55.

Ball State rallied to edge Buffalo, 69-65.

Wisconsin beat Minnesota for the first time since 2012, 72-62.

More results:

No. 2 Baylor stopped TCU, 66-57, for their 46th straight conference win.

Iowa State 73, Kansas State 59

Texas 85, Kansas 77

Purdue 76, Nebraska 68

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule is fierce.

College team news:

There’s a lot at stake in this weekend’s rivalry games in the Pac-12.

Fan passion has fueled Iowa’s 30-game home sellout streak.

Georgia is preparing for a track meet against Arkansas.

The Civil War between Oregon and Oregon State has grown to epic heights the last decade.

Home is where the heart is for Michigan State.

Indiana is seeking a spark against Penn State.

Loyola Chicago is finding unparalleled success at home. And it’s time to buy stock in Phoenix basketball.

With the Big 5 title on the line, Penn faces Temple.

UTEP is taking aim at Rice’s 25-game C-USA winning streak.

A new NBC Sports column devoted to women’s college basketball.

Here’s how the DII Championship works.

College player news:

Iowa wasn’t Kathleen Doyle’s original choice, but it became her destiny.

Syracuse forward Digna Strautmane will be OK if she follows one rule.

Ashley Joens’ effort is in her DNA for Iowa State.

Central Michigan hasn’t lost a step with Micaela Kelly leading the way.

Utah’s Brynna Maxwell has a love for basketball.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

College coach news:

C. Vivian Stringer learned about burnout the hard way, but it putting her health first now.

Charli Turner Thorne is impressed with Arizona State’s growth.

What Adia Barnes said before Arizona’s match up with Arizona State.

WNBA news:

Maya Moore will skip a second season to focus on prisoner Jonathan Irons’ case.

Alana Beard says she’s retiring.

The new arena at Seattle Center is being called an engineering marvel.

High school news:

Women coaching girls is increasing.

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