Intriguing results and storylines


No. 17 Florida State took down No. 5 Louisville, 67-59.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina 86, No. 25 Arkansas 65

No. 7 NC State 71, Virginia Tech 59

No. 8 Mississippi State 72, No. 23 Tennessee 55

No. 11 Gonzaga 83, Pacific 65

No. 13 Maryland 79, No. 18 Indiana 69

No. 15 Kentucky 66. Alabama 62

No. 20 Iowa 76, Nebraska 60

Duke 71, North Carolina 61

Michigan 66, Purdue 63

Missouri 73, Georgia 65

Georgia Tech 77, Pitt 48

Notre Dame 75, Wake Forest 71

Rutgers 72, Penn State 39

Rice 64, UAB 53

Minnesota 73, Wisconsin 64

Ohio State 78, Illinois 58

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Arizona State is facing the revenge-minded Oregon schools this weekend.

Oregon State is ready for its rematch with the Sun Devils.

Resting Kiara Lewis is a luxury Syracuse can’t afford.

Does South Carolina or UConn have more to prove in their match up Monday?

Making sense of another shocking UConn home loss.

Princeton looks to extend their 11-game winning streak against Columbia and Cornell this weekend.

North Carolina A&T will leave the MEAC for the Big South Conference.

Iowa State is trying to win the week.

The College of Charleston is turning things around with a new coach and a new team leader.

Can Cal grab their second conference win this weekend?

Alabama basketball history.

College player news:

Gonzaga is rolling with two sets of identical twins.

Ja’Tavia Tapley has found trust and success with Arizona State.

North Carolina’s bounce-back win puts Taylor Koenen in rare air.

Senior Emily Anderson has finally found her niche for Penn.

Ohio State freshman guard Kaelynn Satterfield has entered the transfer portal.

College coach news:

UConn coach Geno Auriemma says Oregon got really good really fast, and isn’t going away.

Syracuse assistant coach Delisha Milton-Jones is laying the ground for another Final Four run.

FIBA Olympic qualifying tournament:

Day one is in the books, and there were some shocks: Puerto Rico over Brazil in OT, and France took down Australia.

China, Spain, Nigeria and the U.S. were winners.

The U.S. beat Serbia, 88-69, and had 33 assists.

Breanna Stewart is ready to be “the best in the world again.”

A’ja Wilson is ready to take on the world with Team USA.

How WNBA players scored major wins for equal pay.