Down they go

Upsets, count ’em:

No. 4 NC State rallied from behind to beat No. 3 Louisville, 68-59.

Ohio State took down No. 12 Maryland, 95-89, for their fifth straight dub.

Boston College came from behind to nip No. 19 Notre Dame, 73-71.

Florida routed No. 23 Kentucky, 77-52.

More results:

Yet another Caitlin Clark triple-double powered No. 25 Iowa’s romp over Minnesota, 105-49.

Miami won their first game over Florida State in eight years.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Tennessee’s season has a familiar feel to it.

Could BYU go all the way?…….they have been dominating opponents and want more.

UConn is preparing for weekend games without Christyn Williams and Azzi Fudd.

Red-hot UCF is garnering national attention.

After COVID stoppages, Arizona State is eager to play their first game in 22 days.

Siena went from no wins to four wins.

College player news:

Caitlin Clark’s second 30-point triple-double made both women’s and men’s hoops history.

Indiana’s top scorer, Makenzie Holmes, had knee surgery and may be back for the postseason.

Oregon forward Nyara Sabally practiced today and is expected to play against Washington this weekend.

Kentucky’s second-leading scorer, Dre’Una Edwards, was suspended for a game again just prior to tonight’s matchup.

Vanderbilt transfer Brylee Bartram will play for FGCU.

How UConn transfer Saylor Poffenbarger is making a difference at Arkansas.

College coach news:

Vanderbilt coach Shea Ralph is raising money for LGBTQ youth for pride night.

Mississippi State assistant coach Malikah Williams has been out for a month. Here’s why.

NCAA news:

NCAA members approved a new constitution that allows all three divisions greater autonomy.

WBHOF:

The 12 finalists for the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame 2022 class include Delisha Milton-Jones, Becky Hammon, Doug Bruno and Penny Taylor.

WNBA news:

Candace Parker is the executive producer of a new documentary film on Title IX.