Another three-upset night, and of Nos. 2 and 3, no less. First loss of the season for both the Wolfpack and Huskies. The title is open for the taking.
Virginia Tech toppled No. 2 NC State in OT, 83-71.
No. 19 Arkansas took down No. 3 UConn, 90-87.
LSU upended No. 22 Georgia, 60-52.
No. 7 Maryland thrashed Michigan State, 92-52.
Minnesota eclipsed Purdue, 77-72, for their third straight win.
No. 1 Louisville 79, North Carolina 68
No. 4 South Carolina 75, No. 21 Mississippi State 52
No. 8 Texas A&M 84, Auburn 69
No. 14 Ohio State 78, No. 16 Indiana 70
No. 15 Kentucky 81, Alabama 68
No. 20 Tennessee 68, Ole Miss 67
No. 23 Northwestern 87, Iowa 80
Wake Forest 73, Florida State 59
Syracuse 80, Pitt 57
Georgia Tech 70, Miami 56
Iowa State 62, Kansas State 60
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Alabama is on pace to end their NCAA Tournament drought.
Creighton will return Sunday after 27 days off.
Georgia Southern has called off its weekend games due to COVID issues.
William & Mary has paused activities due to COVID protocols.
The Horizon League has a new format for its conference tourney.
College player news:
“Walking bucket” Sedona Prince is back happy and healthy for Oregon.
Can Aliyah Boston, Zia Cooke and Brea Beal lead South Carolina back to a title?
Georgia’s success this year is due to their senior starters.
College coach news:
Iowa State coach Bill Fennelly nabbed his 700th career win tonight in the Cyclone’s victory over Kansas State.
Army coach Dave Magarity will reportedly retire at the end of the season.
Top players to watch and team-by-team needs in free agency.
With Candace Parker’s reported signing, the Sky’s title window is wide open.
With their free agent additions, the Lynx have a championship roster.
Chelsea Gray has signed a multi-year deal with the Aces.
The Lynx are reportedly signing Natalie Achonwa and Aerial Powers.
Alysha Clark is reported to be signing with the Mystics.