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And on the seventh day, the court shook

Oh, the upsets today. This is a time when some of the traditional WBB power teams are struggling, and there are a whole lot of new faces shining bright. The game is growing…….

Upsets:

Olivia Miles lead No. 7 Notre Dame past No. 3 UConn, 74-60……the Irish had Miles, and a lot more, that the Huskies did not.

St. John’s toppled No. 13 Creighton, 66-62.

Middle Tennessee rained on No. 18 Louisville, 67-49

Nebraska surprised No. 20 Maryland, 90-67.

Seton Hall turned back No. 24 Marquette, 82-78.

More results:

No. 2 Stanford 84, No. 23 Gonzaga 63

No. 4 Ohio State 82, Rutgers 70

No. 5 Indiana staved off Illinois, 65-61.

No. 9 Virginia Tech 59, Tennessee 56

No. 10 Iowa 102, Wisconsin 71

No. 11 LSU 85, Tulane 72

No. 14 Arizona 77, New Mexico 60

No. 21 Baylor 79, Houston Christian 35

No. 22 Texas 92, Southern 35

No. 25 Villanova 79, Providence 54

Arkansas 92, Oral Roberts 58 (Hogs are 10-0)

Virginia 78, UNC Wilmington 36 (Cavs are 10-0)

Florida State 83, Stetson 48

DePaul 78, Butler 72

Oklahoma 69, Ole Miss 59

Missouri 71, Arizona State 60

Kansas State 73, Houston 59

Syracuse 60, Yale 58

Georgia Tech 59, Belmont 55

Florida 69, Dayton 65

Colorado 71, Boise State 48

Kansas 88, Southeast Missouri State 51

Duke 100, Richmond 49

SMU 70, Cal 56

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Health and safety protocols within the Morgan State program caused them to cancel their game against Texas A&M today.

College player news:

Caitlin Clark notched the seventh career triple-double of her career, breaking a Big Ten record.

Rickea Jackson, Jillian Hollingshead and Jasmine Franklin did not play for Tennessee today. Franklin was not even in the arena.

Jackson is out indefinitely.

How Isa Alexander is elevating her game for Michigan State.

Louisville guard Payton Verhulst has entered the transfer portal.

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