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Georgia ran by No. 21 Arkansas, 64-55.

“Wow” results:

North Carolina outlasted Georgia Tech in OT, 67-60.

Duke thrashed Syracuse, 88-58.

No. 14 Florida State held off Wake Forest, 70-65.

No. 15 Texas A&M escaped Alabama, 79-74.

More results:

No. 3 UConn downed No. 23 Tennessee in the renewal of their rivalry, 60-45.

No. 5 Louisville ran past Virginia, 71-56, for their 11th straight win.

No. 9 Mississippi State rallied to defeat Vanderbilt, 68-52.

No. 17 Indiana bounced back with a 76-60 win over Penn State.

Temple edged Penn, 76-72.

No. 19 Iowa pulled away from Ohio State, 77-68.

No. 20 Maryland handled Illinois, 79-60.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Arizona and Arizona State meet this weekend with both teams ranked, for the first time.

Oregon State is prepared for a tough Civil War series with Oregon.

The Oregon schools have the best rivalry in the country.

After their first loss of the season, UCLA hosts Washington tomorrow.

How Northwestern went viral on Tik Tok.

James Madison is poised for a special run.

After another humbling loss, Syracuse faces tough decisions.

Penn State is searching for winners after their fourth straight loss.

Some former New Mexico Lobos allege mistreatment.

UConn, Tennessee and the gamesmanship of Geno Auriemma and Pat Summitt.

The Lady Vol-Husky rivalry is still good for the game.

College player news:

Louisville’s Dana Evans continues to make her case for ACC player of the year.

How Aari McDonald has lifted Arizona into national prominence.

Taryn McCutcheon is leading Michigan State despite an injury and some struggles.

Madison Greene is expanding her role for Ohio State.

Battle-tested Pre Stanley leads Appalachian State.

Leigha Brown leads Nebraska despite not starting.

Nicole Jorgensen is now the center of attention at Rhode Island.

The Naismith defensive player of the year watch list is out.

College coach news:

Louisville coach Jeff Walz reached 350 career wins tonight.

LSU assistant coach Cherie Cordoba profile.

WNBA news:

The Lynx are facing a second season without Maya Moore.

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