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The takedowns get more surprising

Pac-12 Tournament:

Arizona downed Cal, 86-73.

Oregon took care of Utah, 79-59.

UCLA held off USC, 73-66.

Stanford beat Oregon State, 68-57.

Women are powering coverage of the tournament.

Big Ten Tournament….included two stunners:

Michigan toppled Northwestern, 67-59.

Ohio State upended Iowa, 87-66.

Indiana rode Ali Patberg’s aggression to a 78-60 win over Rutgers.

Maryland stopped Purdue, 74-62.

SEC Tournament…..also had a major upset:

Arkansas took down Texas A&M, 67-66.

South Carolina handled Georgia, 89-56.

Mississippi State had no problem with LSU, 79-49.

Kentucky pounded Tennessee, 86-65.

ACC Tournament:

Louisville thrashed Syracuse, 71-46.

NC State swatted Georgia Tech, 57-48.

Florida State throttled Wake Forest, 76-47.

Boston College defeated Duke, 84-77.

A-10 quarterfinal results

OVC semifinal results

SoCon semifinal results

Non-tournament results:

Northern Iowa stunned Drake, 91-78.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Surging Indiana can stay home for the Tournament with a strong showing in the Big Ten tourney.

Princeton says they’re just getting started.

TCU is primed to earn a spot in the Tournament.

Purdue sees positives in their loss today.

BYU aims for a mental edge entering the WCC Tournament.

College player news:

How a childhood friend helped Indiana’s Ali Patberg find her A-game again.

Sabrina Ionescu and the WNBA look like a perfect fit.

College coach news:

Villanova coach Harry Perretta is ready to retire after 42 seasons and countless stories.

Louisville coach Jeff Walz calls out Oregon, out of the blue.

Kathy Oliver has resigned after 12 years as coach at UNLV.

Coronavirus news:

The NCAA is preparing for coronavirus, and it’s complicated.

Stanford will limit attendance at the Tournament games they host.

Amherst College won’t allow spectators at its DIII tourney games this weekend.

High school news:

Gatorade POY finalists.

Five of Oregon’s commits for next year have been named Gatorade players of the year in their respective states.


Trailblazing female coaches in the NBA.

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