More tumultuous times

Upsets:

South Florida rallied past No. 17 Arkansas in OT, 66-65.

Nebraska stopped No. 20 Kansas in 3OT, 85-79. It is the first loss of the season for the Jayhawks.

Duke snapped Virginia’s longest winning streak since 1995, 70-56. It is the first loss on the year for the Cavaliers.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina 102, Coastal Carolina 39

No. 3 Ohio State 84, No. 16 Oregon 67

No. 4 Indiana 67, Butler 50

No. 5 Notre Dame 85, Western Michigan 57

No. 8 Virginia Tech 86, High Point 66

No. 9 UConn 98, Seton Hall 73

No. 13 Iowa 92, Dartmouth 54

No. 15 Maryland 88, Purdue Fort Wayne 51

No. 18 Arizona 78, UT Arlington 59

No. 22 Gonzaga 82, Montana 67

No. 23 Oklahoma 95, Florida 79

No. 24 Baylor 73, Long Beach State 52

No. 25 St. John’s 80, Wagner 51

Louisville 81, DePaul 67

Florida State 92, Miami 85

Purdue 59, Texas A&M 53

Kentucky 95, Ohio 86

Colorado 71, Marquette 48

USC 71, Saint Mary’s 45

FGCU 91, Mercer 81

UNLV 93, Northern Arizona 73

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule┬áhas a few postponements due to weather conditions

College player news:

Caitlin Clark tied Elena Delle Donne’s record for fastest to 2,000 points, doing so in 75 games.

Mackenzie Holmes is steady when Indiana needs it.

BYU’s veterans are logging heavy minutes, because they have to.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

College coach news:

Minnesota coach Lindsay Whalen will miss tomorrow’s game due to illness.

Billie Moore was a women’s hoops pioneer.