Boston College toppled No. 14 Florida State, 65-56.
A last-second bucket sent Syracuse past Virginia Tech, 67-65.
No. 1 South Carolina pounded Ole Miss, 87-32.
No. 3 Oregon made easy work of Utah, 90-63.
No. 5 Louisville smashed Notre Dame, 86-54.
No. 9 Mississippi State rallied past Auburn, 78-73.
No. 15 Texas A&M survived Georgia, 64-63.
No. 18 Iowa took care of Penn State, 77-66.
No. 10 Oregon State is back in the win column with a 79-52 rout of Colorado.
No. 17 Maryland cruised past Ohio State, 85-65.
No. 20 Indiana turned back Wisconsin in OT, 75-65.
No. 22 Tennessee stepped on it to defeat Vanderbilt, 78-69.
No. 23 Northwestern downed Michigan, 81-73.
North Carolina left Virginia behind, 78-68.
Miami came back from 18 behind to top Georgia Tech in OT, 54-49.
Purdue staved off Michigan State, 76-66.
Minnesota’s strong second half propelled them by Nebraska, 67-61.
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Player development has become the cornerstone to Louisville’s success.
Arizona is keeping the mood light to fuel a successful season.
Texas A&M is finding their footing without top scorer Chennedy Carter.
The tone for Seton Hall is set by their senior class.
Michigan State has embraced a team mentality.
Utah women’s basketball will be one of two recipients of a $6 million donation.
Depleted Maine is looking for some males to practice with them.
What UConn’s return will mean for the rest of the Big East.
College player news:
Natalie Chou is raising her game as UCLA hits their toughest stretch of the season.
Chou is carrying on the basketball tradition of her mother.
Kentucky’s Rhyne Howard is sidelined with a broken finger.
Arizona State’s Robbi Ryan is a master of the mid-range game.
The talented sophomore duo of NaLyssa Smith and Queen Egbo are thriving for No. 2 Baylor.
South Carolina coach Dawn Staley wants Destanni Henderson to be a super sub.
Kiara Lewis is carrying the burden for Syracuse.
“Jiterbug” Jessie Loera brings zip to Gonzaga.