Four days, eight upendings

With two more top 25 upsets today, that makes eight since Thursday. The AP top 25 poll is about to look really different tomorrow.

Upsets:

Colorado toppled No. 1 Stanford in OT, 77-72. It was the Buff’s first program win over a first-ranked team.

Texas Tech upended No. 21 Texas, 74-66.

More results:

No. 9 Maryland held off Wisconsin, 79-70, for their tenth straight dub.

No. 11 Arizona sailed past Oregon State, 67-51.

No. 23 Tennessee bounced back with an 82-56 win over Alabama.

No. 24 Syracuse showed no signs of rust in their 99-64 stomping of Miami.

Georgia cruised past Ole Miss, 73-57.

TCU outlasted Kansas in OT, 81-78.

Wake Forest edged Virginia Tech, 67-64.

LaSalle squeezed by Duquesne, 67-63.

Notre Dame stopped Boston College, 83-73.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

With two ACC teams opting out, where does that leave the rest of the conference?

How big was Iowa State’s win over Baylor? Huge.

Iowa is resetting for Purdue. They look to get right for that contest.

Mississippi State set an unwanted school record today.

Penn State is struggling to find production and leadership amidst their scoring leader’s absence.

Cal has canceled four games due to COVID issues.

VCU is paused due to COVID issues.

New Mexico State has paused after a positive COVID test.

College player news:

Kentucky standout Rhyne Howard is day-to-day with a left ankle injury.

High-scoring Caitlin Clark is fitting right in at Iowa.

Tiana Mangakahia and Kiara Lewis are anchoring Syracuse.

College coach news:

Baylor coach Kim Mulkey said that for the NCAA, the “almighty dollar” trumps health concerns.

I have said the same thing this season. There were jobs lost, pay cuts taken and sports slashed after no NCAA Tourney last year. A second year would change college sports for the worse.


Adia Barnes said Arizona’s 2021 class is done, and 2022 will be strong.


Navy won its first game today under new coach Tim Taylor.

WNBA news:

Jantel Lavender is baffled by the Sky trade, but is optimistic about her future with the Fever.