Intense action today! I am happily exhausted.
Texas A&M dominated LSU, 77-58.
Georgia stopped Kentucky, 78-66, which may put them on an elite tier.
South Carolina defeated Alabama, 75-63.
Tennessee survived Ole Miss, 77-72.
Louisville ran by Wake Forest, 65-53.
A buzzer-beater propelled Syracuse over Florida State, 67-66…….and the Orange will face Louisville in the semis.
NC State prevailed over Virginia Tech, 68-55.
Georgia Tech outlasted Clemson, 60-57.
No. 4 Stanford smashed Oregon State, 79-45.
UCLA beat Arizona, 58-49.
No. 24 Rutgers handled No. 22 Ohio State, 71-63.
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
A rebuilt Maryland leads the Big Ten.
Michigan is winning games and fans.
Kentucky now turns its focus to the NCAA tourney.
With today’s win, FGCU clinched the ASUN title outright.
Seton Hall defies the odds in their NCAA Tournament push.
Maine is playing every game like its their last.
Siena has received an NCAA waiver and will play in the MAAC Tournament.
A COVID pause has ended Radford’s season.
College player news:
The five finalists for the Lisa Leslie Award.
Indiana seniors Ali Patberg and Keyanna Warthen share a special bond.
Senior Tegan Graham’s message to her BYU teammates inspired them going into the WCC Tournament.
Michigan State’s three seniors have left their mark.
Aaliyah Edwards has respect for the game, and wants to finish what she started.
College coach news:
The film “Coach” tells the story of C. Vivian Stringer.
Vanderbilt coach Stephanie White will return for a sixth season.