Topplin’ and slumpin’

Count 'em - upsets:

Florida rallied past No. 13 Kentucky, 70-62.

LSU took down No. 15 Texas A&M again, 59-58.

Michigan powered past No. 18 Iowa, 78-63.

Close ones:

No. 7 NC State came back from 10 down to eclipse Duke, 63-60.

No. 25 Arkansas needed an OT to prevail over Missouri, 85-81.

Upsets or no? You decide:

Oklahoma 94, Kansas 82.....the Jayhawks were undefeated for a long time to begin the year

Notre Dame 59, Georgia Tech 51.......the Yellow Jackets have faltered lately after a strong start

Ohio State 80, Nebraska 74 (OT)......after the Huskers were formidable last month

Cal snapped a nine-game losing streak and snagged their first Pac-12 victory with an 81-74 showing over a very good Washington team, which has stumbled of late.

Minnesota outlasted previously-hot Rutgers in 2OT, 73-71.

Auburn 70, Vanderbilt 62.....and the Commodores also had a great start to the season.

It looks like several teams have hit a mid-year slump.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina 69, No. 22 Tennessee 48

No. 6 Stanford 71, Washington State 49

No. 8 UCLA 70, No. 19 Arizona State 61

No. 16 Arizona 73, USC 57

No. 23 Northwestern 82, Penn State 59

The National Team routed Louisville, 97-54, in an exhibition match up.

All scores

Tomorrow's game schedule features Oregon at UConn.

College team news:

Oregon is ready for a marquee match up with UConn tomorrow night.

Gonzaga is more than ready to step into the national spotlight.

Team USA taught a master class to Louisville, and left incredible memories.

Turnovers marred the Lady Vols' loss today.

Syracuse scored the fewest points in a decade in a game today.

New Hampshire is finding hope amidst the struggles.

The NCAA's power rankings for the week.

College player news:

Who is the X-factor for Northwestern?

College coach news:

Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale won her 500th career game today.

C. Vivian Stringer led Cheyney State to the first NCAA National Championship in 1982.

WNBA news:

Gail Goestenkors and Alana Beard discuss Beard's retirement.

Angel McCoughtry was happy to return to Louisville today.