A day of upsets


Syracuse toppled No. 5 Louisville, 59-51. Second straight loss for the Cardinals.

No. 12 Arizona rallied past No. 9 Oregon State, 65-58. It was the first win over a top 10 team in Wildcat school history.

No. 25 Arkansas erupted to take down No. 15 Kentucky, 103-85.

Close games:

No. 10 UCLA held off Cal in OT, 74-70.

No. 18 Indiana shut down Nebraska, 57-53.

No. 24 Missouri State got by Drake, 89-83.

No. 6 Stanford 79, USC 59

No. 13 Maryland 79, Rutgers 50

No. 14 DePaul 86, Seton Hall 76

No. 17 Florida State 63, Virginia 55

No. 20 Iowa 83, Purdue 71

Virginia Tech 72, North Carolina 63

Texas 81, Texas Tech 66

Alabama 68, Auburn 64

Notre Dame 74, Pitt 52

Washington 61, Colorado 52

Vanderbilt 63, Ole Miss 47

Georgia 49, Florida 43

Ohio State 82, Wisconsin 74

Georgia Tech 62, Wake Forest 52

South Florida 99, Temple 51

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

Given the number of upsets this week, tomorrow’s AP top 25 poll should look really different

More results:

No. 3 Oregon got revenge on No. 19 Arizona State, 79-48, to extend their winning streak to 10.

No. 8 Mississippi State came from behind to stop No. 16 Texas A&M, 69-57.

College team news:

Is this the year South Carolina takes down UConn?

Syracuse has revived its Tournament hopes with today’s upset of Louisville.

Alabama won their series against Auburn for the first time since 2002.

Buffalo has dropped three straight.

Today’s Play4Kay game meant more to Penn State than the actual match up.

Male practice players are helping Illinois move forward.

College player news:

Taylor Chavez’s defense and shooting is invaluable for Oregon off the bench.

College coach news:

Syracuse coach Quentin Hillsman won the 300th game of his career today.

Oregon State coach Scott Rueck believes physical play is out of control after No. 12 Arizona edges No. 9 Beavers 65-58 in overtime.

International news:

The real work begins now for Canada.

Puerto Rico qualified for the Olympics for the first time.

Difficulties have stimulated China’s young national team to mature.