Count ’em – upsets:
Florida rallied past No. 13 Kentucky, 70-62.
LSU took down No. 15 Texas A&M again, 59-58.
Michigan powered past No. 18 Iowa, 78-63.
No. 7 NC State came back from 10 down to eclipse Duke, 63-60.
No. 25 Arkansas needed an OT to prevail over Missouri, 85-81.
Upsets or no? You decide:
Oklahoma 94, Kansas 82…..the Jayhawks were undefeated for a long time to begin the year
Notre Dame 59, Georgia Tech 51…….the Yellow Jackets have faltered lately after a strong start
Ohio State 80, Nebraska 74 (OT)……after the Huskers were formidable last month
Cal snapped a nine-game losing streak and snagged their first Pac-12 victory with an 81-74 showing over a very good Washington team, which has stumbled of late.
Minnesota outlasted previously-hot Rutgers in 2OT, 73-71.
Auburn 70, Vanderbilt 62…..and the Commodores also had a great start to the season.
It looks like several teams have hit a mid-year slump.
No. 1 South Carolina 69, No. 22 Tennessee 48
No. 6 Stanford 71, Washington State 49
No. 8 UCLA 70, No. 19 Arizona State 61
No. 16 Arizona 73, USC 57
No. 23 Northwestern 82, Penn State 59
The National Team routed Louisville, 97-54, in an exhibition match up.
Tomorrow’s game schedule features Oregon at UConn.
College team news:
Oregon is ready for a marquee match up with UConn tomorrow night.
Gonzaga is more than ready to step into the national spotlight.
Team USA taught a master class to Louisville, and left incredible memories.
Turnovers marred the Lady Vols’ loss today.
Syracuse scored the fewest points in a decade in a game today.
New Hampshire is finding hope amidst the struggles.
The NCAA’s power rankings for the week.
College player news:
Who is the X-factor for Northwestern?
College coach news:
Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale won her 500th career game today.
C. Vivian Stringer led Cheyney State to the first NCAA National Championship in 1982.
Gail Goestenkors and Alana Beard discuss Beard’s retirement.
Angel McCoughtry was happy to return to Louisville today.