Takedown Thursday in the SEC

The SEC was on fire tonight with upendings:

LSU handed No. 7 Texas A&M their first loss of the season, 65-61 in OT.

Alabama knocked off No. 14 Mississippi State, 86-78.

Georgia came from behind to topple No. 23 Tennessee, 67-66. It was the first time the Bulldogs won in Thompson-Boling Arena since 1996.

More results:

No. 9 Maryland had no trouble with Minnesota, 90-73.

No. 11 Arizona drubbed No. 10 Oregon, 57-41. (Technically an upset, but not really)

No. 13 Michigan is 10-0 after a 69-40 rout of Wisconsin.

No. 17 Arkansas held off Florida, 84-80, behind Chelsea Dungee’s 33 points.

No. 18 Indiana ran away from Purdue, 66-45.

A big performance from Charli Collier paced No. 21 Texas past Kansas, 79-72.

Missouri returned to the court and took down red-hot Ole Miss, 86-77.

Notre Dame stopped Wake Forest, 79-72.

Virginia Tech ended a losing skid with a 66-54 victory over North Carolina.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

What to expect from Oregon State when they return to the court.

UAlbany got a surprise homestand this weekend.

Air Force is gaining momentum after COVID slowed its start.

Dayton has won five straight.

FGCU is back in action Saturday, on the road.

Virginia has canceled the rest of the season, for health and safety concerns.

San Jose State has also canceled the remainder of its season.

Vermont has paused team activities due to a positive COVID test.

SIU is on a COVID pause again.

Grand Canyon is part of the WAC expansion.

The Summit League tournament will be held without fans, and in a smaller venue.

College player news:

Texas post Charli Collier has created a basketball show to prepare for a broadcasting career.

College coach news:

Podcast with Seton Hall coach Tony Bozzella.

WNBA news:

Chicago has extended coach James Wade’s contract through 2025.

Raiders owner Mark Davis bought the Aces from MGM.