It’s the most wonderful time of the year……
SEC Tournament has been lit today:
LSU downed Mississippi State, 71-62.
No. 17 Kentucky relied on a late surge to get by Florida, 73-64.
Alabama stopped Missouri, 82-74.
Ole Miss upset Arkansas, 69-60.
Oregon State bounced No. 19 Oregon, 71-64.
Stanford thrashed USC, 92-53.
No. 11 Arizona routed Washington State, 60-44.
Starting soon: UCLA vs. Washington
Syracuse got past Boston College, 67-61.
Wake Forest put away North Carolina, 82-71.
Virginia Tech topped Miami, 72-64.
UCF upended No. 15 South Florida, 58-45.
No. 8 Maryland clinched a share of the Big Ten title with an 88-63 win over Michigan.
TCU edged Oklahoma, 83-79.
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
Louisville is prepping for its biggest postseason threat: COVID-19.
Georgia Tech is ready for the ACC Tournament.
FGCU can clinch the ASUN title outright this weekend.
Cal Baptist is unbeaten, but can’t go dancing.
Minnesota is down to eight players for Friday’s game.
West Coast Conference Tournament preview.
College player news:
The five finalists for the Katrina McClain Award.
Texas A&M transfers have embraced the program.
Dana Evans is garnering national attention chasing titles.
Tiana Mangakahia has won the Bob Bradley Spirit and Courage Award.
Que Morrison headlines an impressive group of Georgia scholars.
UConn guard Anna Makurat will return for the Big East Tournament.
Dahnye Redd is more than a band-aid for Morgan State.
Claire Neff is making a difference at JMU.
Five players to watch in the Summit League Tournament.
College coach news:
Auburn has let Terri Williams-Flournoy go.
Geno Auriemma says the Huskies will trust the NCAA’s medical protocols to keep them safe during the NCAA Tournament.
Players next task is to educate themselves on vaccine and coronavirus safety.
Arike Ogunbowale is redefining what it means to be a superstar.