Takedowns from the ranked and unranked realms

What a wild night in hoops, both in and out of the rankings……..


No. 6 Indiana toppled No. 2 Ohio State, 78-65.

No. 16 Duke pulled away from No. 12 Virginia Tech, 66-55.

Purdue shut down No. 22 Illinois, 62-52.

Rutgers 86, Penn State 82 (OT)

Alabama 69, Arkansas 66

More results:

No. 5 UConn 84, Tennessee 67

No. 7 Notre Dame 70, No. 24 Florida State 47

No. 10 Maryland 72, No. 13 Michigan 64

No. 15 North Carolina 72, Pitt 57

No. 17 Gonzaga 66, Loyola Marymount 55

No. 23 Middle Tennessee 63, Florida Atlantic 48

Ole Miss 78, Mississippi State 63

Wake Forest 68, Louisville 57…….it’s the Deac’s first win over the Cardinals in program history

Georgia 62, Missouri 51

Auburn 71, Kentucky 68

Miami 86, Boston College 65

Syracuse 90, Virginia 72

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Tonight’s win puts the Hoosiers atop the Big Ten.

Mature, talented Colorado is navigating through a tough Pac-12 slate.

The Lady Vols’ long, slow climb back to greatness and the struggle to uphold a legacy.

DePaul’s game against Seton Hall Saturday has been postponed, due to not having enough eligible players, because of injuries.

College player news:

Florida State’s Sara Bejedi is finding herself.

Senior center Quay Miller leads a tough Colorado squad.

Madison Scott has been crucial to the Rebels’ revival.

Crimson Tide guard JaMya Mingo-Young has been medically disqualified for the rest of the season.

College coach news:

Kim Mulkey discusses LSU’s upcoming games against Tennessee and South Carolina.

WNBA news:

The Sky are expected to announce changes to their ownership group tomorrow.

Breanna Stewart’s free agency decision could be pivotal for the league.