Monday, March 4, 2024
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Close, but no upsets

Today’s results:

No. 1 South Carolina 70, Georgia 56

No. 6 NC State 86, Georgia Tech 85 (OT)

No. 9 UCLA 74, Oregon 55

No. 10 USC 58, No. 11 Oregon State 50

No. 12 Virginia Tech 86, No. 18 Louisville 70

No. 19 Syracuse 85, Virginia 79

No. 21 Baylor 61, Texas Tech 32

Michigan State 70, Michigan 66

Ole Miss 75, Mississippi State 71 (OT)

Tennessee 86, Vanderbilt 61

Maryland 77, Penn State 62

Alabama 67, Auburn 61

Arizona 90, Washington 82 (3OT)

Washington State 73, Arizona State 46

Florida State 74, Miami 68

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

The future is bright, but Purdue is looking at current struggles.

College player news:

The swagger of Caitlin Clark.

Will Maddy Westbeld return to Notre Dame for a fifth season?

Brittney Griner’s jersey was retired at Baylor today.

A day of games

Upset:

No. 24 West Virginia knocked off No. 23 Oklahoma, 70-66, and ended their nine-game winning streak.

More results:

No. 5 Texas 81, Iowa State 60

No. 7 Kansas State 60, UCF 58

No. 17 Gonzaga 91, Pacific 78

No. 25 Princeton 70, Yale 25

Kansas 70, BYU 62

Nebraska 77, Purdue 65

Houston 65, Oklahoma State 57

Wisconsin 61, Rutgers 43

TCU 79, Cincinnati 72

Fairfield 61, Mount St. Mary’s 59

UNLV 95, Air Force 68

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Colorado has hit the critical point of the season.

College player news:

Ashley Owusu, now starting for Penn State, is making up for lost time.

College coach news:

The ACC reprimanded and fined North Carolina coach Courtney Banghart for criticizing officials after last Sunday’s game.

Caitlin Clark breaks NCAA scoring record

Caitlin Clark broke the NCAA women’s basketball career scoring mark tonight, and did it about as quickly as possible.

It was a performance that dazzled, as usual, as she also scored a career-high 49 points and broke the school single-game scoring record.

The Clark effect.

Clark’s points, in graphs.

She can now aim for Pete Mavarich’s overall record.

Lynette Woodard is back in the news with Clark’s record talk.

Today’s results:

No. 1 South Carolina 66, Tennessee 55

No. 4 Iowa 106, Michigan 89

No. 6 NC State 59, No. 16 Notre Dame 43

No. 12 Virginia Tech 61, Duke 56

No. 17 Gonzaga 96, Saint Mary’s 68

No. 18 Louisville 69, Boston College 67

No. 19 Syracuse 71, Miami 60

Vanderbilt 49, Texas A&M 45

Ole Miss 77, Florida 67

Illinois 86, Penn State 71

Georgia Tech 64, Clemson 63

Auburn 78, Kentucky 50

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

NCAA top 16 reveal:

The NCAA has South Carolina at the top of their top 16 reveal.

College player news:

Angel Reese on hitting rock bottom, manifesting her dreams and becoming famous.

AP top 25 poll shuffle

This week’s AP top 25 poll:

1. South Carolina

2. Ohio State

3. Stanford

4. Iowa

5. Texas

6. North Carolina State

7. Kansas State

8. Colorado

9. UCLA

10. USC

11. Oregon State

12. Virginia Tech

13. LSU

14. Indiana

15. UConn

16. Notre Dame

17. Gonzaga

18. Louisville

19. Syracuse

20. Creighton

21. Baylor

22. Utah

23. Oklahoma

24. West Virginia

25. Princeton

Ah, the drama

Upsets:

Nebraska shocked No. 2 Iowa, 82-79.

No. 17 Oregon State upended No. 4 Colorado, 65-59.

No. 23 Syracuse slipped past No. 15 Louisville, 73-72.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina rocked No. 11 UConn, 83-65.

No. 3 NC State 83, Pitt 47

No. 5 Ohio State 86, Michigan State 71

No. 6 Stanford 73, Washington State 58

No. 9 UCLA 78, Arizona State 45

No. 12 Notre Dame 98, Florida State 94 (2OT)

No. 13 LSU 85, Alabama 66

No. 14 Indiana 95, Purdue 62

No. 16 Virginia Tech 74, Boston College 63

No. 20 Utah 70, Oregon 48

Florida 90, Mississippi State 70

Duke 68, North Carolina 60 (OT)

Vanderbilt 61, Georgia 55

Miami 62, Georgia Tech 60

Cal 59, Washington 57

Maryland 69, Illinois 53

Texas A&M 61, Kentucky 44

Wisconsin 69, Penn State 64

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College player news:

Mackenzie Holmes became the Hoosiers’ all-time leading scorer today.

Holmes is looking for more……like another Big Ten title.

College coach news:

Geno Auriemma is focused on making the Huskies better – not the NCAA Tournament.

Indiana’s historic afternoon encapsulates Teri Moren culture.

Jeff Walz said the call at the end of Louisville-Syracuse was “God-awful.”…….and that the game was stolen from them.

Olympics news:

The USA routed Senegal to qualify for the Olympics.

Lauren Jackson announced her retirement after helping Australia secure a berth in the Paris Olympics.

Less insanity

Today’s results:

No. 7 Texas 65, TCU 43

No. 8 Kansas State 69, Oklahoma State 68

No. 18 Baylor 65, No. 22 West Virginia 58

No. 19 Gonzaga 71, LMU 47

No. 21 Creighton 88, DePaul 59

No. 24 Oklahoma 86, Iowa State 72

No. 25 Princeton 67, Penn 54

Michigan 86, Rutgers 58

BYU 69, Cincinnati 57

Fairfield 52, Saint Peter’s 46

Villanova 55, Marquette 52

Temple 59, South Florida 55

UNLV 63, Fresno State 49

UCF 69, Texas Tech 64

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule.

College player news:

Caitlin Clark’s relentless climb into the record books, with graphs and statistics.

Tyra Buss shaped Indiana’s culture. McKenzie Holmes embodies it, and it poised to break her scoring record.