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Heavy-hitting week

Upsets:

No. 15 Stanford kicked No. 9 Indiana, 96-64.

NC State dethroned No. 2 UConn, 92-81. Saniya Rivers lead the way with 33 points.

So in the first seven days of the season, both the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds go down………the AP top 25 poll will look very different tomorrow

More results:

No. 1 LSU 109, Mississippi Valley State 47

No. 3 Iowa 94, UNI 53

No. 4 UCLA 113, Bellarmine 64

No. 6 South Carolina 114, No. 14 Maryland 76

No. 7 Ohio State 108, IUPUI 58

No. 10 Notre Dame 104, NJIT 57

No. 13 Texas 75, Liberty 57

No. 16 North Carolina 74, Davidson 70

No. 17 Louisville 81, DePaul 74

No. 20 Colorado 86, Oklahoma State 75

No. 24 Washington State 64, Idaho State 47

No. 25 Mississippi State 84, Jacksonville State 45

Michigan State 99, Wright State 55

Princeton 65, Middle Tennessee 60

Virginia 74, Campbell 49

Auburn 76, Rutgers 56

TCU 67, Rice 42

Texas A&M 74, North Texas 55

Drake 85, Iowa State 73

Oklahoma 103, Oral Roberts 74

Oregon State 63, Villanova 56

Gonzaga 91, Toledo 70

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Duke impressed against USA Basketball, despite their defeat.

College player news:

Caitlin Clark had a triple-double today (the 10th of her career), and became the Hawkeyes’ all-time scoring leader.

Hannah Hidalgo is shining for the Irish.

College coach news:

A cloud hangs over Jackson State’s season, as Tomekia Reed’s contract is expiring at the end of March.

WNBA news:

In foraging forward, new Sky coach Teresa Weatherspoon connects to the league’s beginning.

Kahleah Copper has her eyes on Olympic gold.

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