Plots thicken

Upsets:

Charlotte took down C-USA leader ODU, 63-59.

Missouri rose to defeat Vanderbilt, 78-66.

Almost-upsets:

No. 9 Mississippi State staved off Auburn in OT, 92-85, behind freshman Rickea Jackson's 34 points.

No. 10 NC State needed a jumper to top Miami, 50-48.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina won their 20th game, 63-48 over LSU.

No. 5 Louisville took a step closer to the ACC title with a 58-47 win over Georgia Tech.

No. 13 Gonzaga claimed the WCC regular-season title with a 75-47 rout of LMU.

No. 16 Texas A&M ran past Georgia, 64-47.

No. 22 Arkansas downed Tennessee, 83-75.

Michigan State edged Purdue, 65-63.

Duke stopped Virginia, 62-47.

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule

College team news:

Can the SEC topple the Pac-12 as the best conference? Kentucky holds the key.

Oregon State will continue to fight through adversity.

No. 20 South Dakota State clinched at least a share of the Summit League title with tonight's win.

No. 24 Indiana prepares for a visit to Minnesota Saturday.

It's not pretty, but Syracuse keeps building momentum.

Ball State's success goes beyond the court.

College player news:

Satou Sabally announced she'll forego her senior year at Oregon to enter the WNBA draft.

Sabrina Ionescu wants to win the whole damned thing.

Rider guard Stella Johnson scored her 2,000th career point tonight.

Mikayla Pivec diary.

How Peyton Williams made her mark at Kansas State.

ASU guard Jamie Loera made a surprise trip to her sister Jessie's senior day.

CoSIDA Academic All-District Teams.

Final Four news:

The 2021 logo has been unveiled.

WNBA:

The Sparks signed Seimone Augustus, and the Lynx wish she wasn't leaving.

Meet the Mabreys.

Allison Feaster is excelling as player development director for the Celtics.

International news:

A less confrontational Liz Cambage could be the best player ever.