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Almost-upsets and statement wins

Close to being upsets:

No. 6 Stanford needed an OT to slip past Colorado, 76-68.

No. 10 UCLA held off Washington, 85-80, in OT. Michaela Onyenwere led them with a career-high 31 points.

Statement wins:

No. 4 Oregon dominated No. 7 Oregon State, 76-64.

No. 18 Arizona stopped No. 16 Arizona State, 59-53, in front of a raucous crowd of more than 10,000. It was their first sweep of the Sun Devils since 2000.

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College team news:

Oregon is coping with a short front court.

BYU is rebounding after a slow start to their season.

Young Ohio State is chasing the NCAA Tourament.

Big 10 power rankings, second edition.

College player news:

Satou Sabally and Sabrina Ionescu dish on their friendship and their chemistry.

Ionescu and Mikayla Pivec are leaving their marks on their respective programs.

Taylor Chavez is emerging as the Ducks’ best defender and three-point shooter.

Anna Makurat and Aubrey Griffin are stepping up for UConn.

Borislava Hristova wants to lead Washington State to do something special.

Andrea Torres’ teamwork and kindness is lifting Utah.

Megan Gustafson returns to Iowa for her jersey retirement ceremony as the team hosts Michigan State.

Former Mississippi State player Ameshya Williams has emerged as a mother and a student-athlete.

How a jersey connected two generations at Missouri.

College coach news:

Villanova coach Harry Perretta says it’s time to retire after 42 years.

A judge has dismissed the domestic assault charge against Brown coach Sarah Behn.

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