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Rankings will look different tomorrow

Upsets, count em:

South Dakota State took down No. 18 Gonzaga, 75-72.

No. 16 Arkansas toppled No. 4 Baylor, 83-78.

Close ones:

No. 7 Arizona held off USC, 78-77, behind Aari McDonald’s 30 points.

No. 9 UCLA rallied to edge Arizona State, 63-59. It was career win 200 for Bruin coach Cori Close.

No. 11 Kentucky came back to top No. 13 Indiana, 72-68.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina routed No. 23 Iowa State, 83-65.

No. 2 Stanford took care of Washington, 83-50.

No. 10 Oregon smashed Utah, 85-43.

No. 22 Syracuse held off Penn State, 82-72.

No. 24 Michigan made work of Wright State, 82-59.

West Virginia outlasted Tennessee, 79-73.

FGCU came from behind to down Temple, 78-69.

Northern Iowa edged Wichita State, 93-91, in 2OT.

North Dakota State played Green Bay for the second day in a row, and beat them again, 82-66.

ODU elevated past VCU, 81-76, in OT.

Creighton put the hurt on Butler, 88-41.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s game schedule.

College team news:

A handful of teams could be the new No. 1 tomorrow.

A U.S. District Court has denied UCLA’s petition for its international players to enter the country and play.

Georgia’s win today shows their potential.

Minnesota vows to learn from their final Big Ten tuneup.

Nebraska wins when the sisters on the team play.

Eastern Michigan’s win today was No. 600 for the program.

Illinois will look to their sophomore class to turn things around.

College player news:

Hawaii native Bella Cravens is finding connections at Nebraska.

Duck forward Sedona Prince missed today’s game with an ankle sprain.

Loyola Chicago transfer Abby O’Connor has immediate eligibility at Gonzaga.

College coach news:

Q&A with UC San Diego coach Heidi VanDerveer.

Get to know longtime Randolph-Macon College coach Carroll LaHaye.

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