Georgia Tech stunned No. 4 NC State, 65-61.
Duke knocked off No. 14 Florida State, 66-64.
No. 18 Kentucky toppled No. 6 Mississippi State, 73-62, behind 26 points from Rhyne Howard.
Ohio State took down No. 20 Indiana, 80-76.
No. 8 Stanford needed a 40-foot buzzer-beater from Kiana Williams to pull out a 69-66 win over Colorado.
No. 16 Texas A&M held off No. 25 Tennessee, 73-71.
No. 19 Northwestern rallied past Nebraska, 60-56.
No. 22 Arizona State got by Washington, 72-68.
No. 3 Oregon handled USC, 93-67.
No. 9 Louisville routed Notre Dame, 82-49, to take sole possession of first in the ACC.
TCU stopped Iowa State, 82-72.
Boston College dominated North Carolina, 93-75, for their eighth ACC win.
Kansas State prevailed over Oklahoma in OT, 87-85.
Georgia edged Alabama, 76-75.
Syracuse ran away from Pitt, 71-53, for their fourth straight dub.
Rutgers throttled Michigan, 62-41.
Fresno State ousted San Jose State, 78-76, to capture a share of the Mountain West title.
No. 10 Maryland pounded Penn State, 106-69.
Auburn held off LSU, 65-60.
Cal downed Utah, 88-74.
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
South Carolina, Baylor and Oregon are competing for No. 1 in the NCAA’s power rankings.
Missouri still has plenty to play for.
Is Duke back in the NCAA Tournament conversation?
Oklahoma State is looking to take the next step that Ana Llanusa is back.
College player news:
Reili Richardson became Arizona State’s all-time assists leader today.
Isabelle Bourne is a freshman to be excited about for Nebraska.
Notre Dame’s Katlyn Gilbert is growing with a heavy load.
College coach news:
Adia Barnes’ agenda is ahead of schedule at Arizona.
The Dream have signed Shekinna Stricklen.
The Aces have signed Danielle Robinson.
USA Basketball news:
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