Some upsets in conference tournaments today……
Cal upset No. 24 Arizona State, 71-67.
Utah downed Washington, 72-63.
USC took out Colorado, 69-54.
Oregon State thrashed Washington State, 82-55.
Arkansas ran past Auburn, 90-68.
Georgia topped Alabama, 68-61.
Tennessee came back to beat Missouri, 64-51.
LSU ran away from Florida, 73-59.
Big Ten Tournament:
Purdue stopped Michigan State, 72-63.
Michigan rallied past Nebraska, 81-75.
Rutgers defeated Wisconsin, 63-55.
Ohio State took care of Minnesota, 77-56.
Wake Forest upended Virginia Tech, 58-55.
Syracuse handled Virginia, 67-50.
Georgia Tech outlasted Pitt, 68-58.
Boston College overcame Clemson, 85-73.
No. 2 Baylor 69, Texas 53
Rice 82, UTEP 59
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Attendance at college games is surging.
What to expect from Mississippi State at the SEC Tournament.
A win over powerful Maryland would end the NCAA debate for Purdue.
Michigan State is unsure about a potential WNIT berth.
Oregon will play Baylor in Las Vegas this December.
Stanford will limit attendance for basketball due to coronavirus concerns.
DIII tournament preview.
College player news:
Sabrina Ionescu timeline.
Ionescu’s decision to stay at Oregon could net a champion.
Monika Czinano is fitting into the center role for Iowa.
Kiara Lewis exceeded Syracuse’s expectations this season.
Borislava Hristova leaves a legacy at Washington State that will be hard to surpass.
How Carol Blazejowski paved the way for female hoopers.
College coach news:
How Teri Moren turned Indiana into something it’s been chasing for decades.
North Carolina coach Courtney Banghart’s life lessons.
WNBA player news:
Seimone Augustus took less money to sign with the Sparks after negotiations with the Lynx went South.
Another Maya Moore piece.