and I’m getting flashbacks to the Old Big East….
Washington State’s been feisty all season. They finally got one to go their way, roaring back in the fourth period to overtake #9 UCLA, 82-73. Cougar frosh Chanelle Molina dropped 33.
Rest of their games held serve but –
The good news? Oregon got Ionescu back. Bad news, they were facing the Cardinal. #10 Stanford over the Ducks.
The Plum-inator scored 34 to help #12 Washington rebound from their Oregon State loss.
#16 OSU showed their win over the Huskies was not a fluke, topping #2o Cal, 66-56.
Conference play’s proving a tough slog for the Utes. #19 Arizona State defeats them, 66-44.
Very much looking forward to Sunday’s games: Washington v. UCLA and Stanford v. Oregon State.
NC State couldn’t make it three in a row as #14 Miami escaped the Wolf Pack, 67-64. Lucky Hurricanes – they have Notre Dame next.
If you’re a #24 Kentucky fan, you’re happy for the win, but must be wondering what’s going on with your team.
I’ve got similar feelings about #8 Louisville, who needed OT to defeat Virginia, 86-81.
Meanwhile, #13 Duke’s the definition of a team climbing up the rankings as they get past Georgia Tech, 75-68. They get to face Florida State on Sunday.
#7 Notre Dame and #6 Florida State and #5 South Carolina (#200 for Dawn at USC)romped. The competition was a tad stiffer for #4 Mississippi State, who escaped Arkansas with a 59-51 win. Looking forward to the Bulldogs’ game against Tennessee on Sunday.
Charlotte making a run at the C-USA title, taking down Western Kentucky in OT, 89-85.
See what I mean about Texas A&M. They get a couple of good wins, then lose to Georgia, 69-59. Go figure.
And what about Ole Miss? They outscore Alabama 34-27 in the FOURTH quarter, and lose 90-80. Does this mean we need to pay attention to the Tide?
Clearly, IUPUI’s been listening to my press… but it is a nice win for Omaha. Mavericks over the Jaguars, 64-44.
So first Pacific beats Gonzaga, and they they top San Diego. Does anyone else think the WCC seems wide open this season?
Whoops. The Tribe (11-2) falls to Charleston (4-9), 70-60.
In the Ivy: Penn women’s basketball made progress in LA, but they’re not there yet
Need something to get you moving? These teams took the HandClap Hoopla Challenge
Congrats! One of best players in Xavier women’s basketball history, Ta’Shia Phillips, headed to Hall of Fame
Thompson applauds Texas’ passion, attitude for rebounding the basketball
Interesting: Sue Bird Appears on Panel at Sports Business Innovation Presented by Turner Sports
Cool! Tamika Catchings to join SEC Network
Looking forward: What Angel McCoughtry’s absence means for Atlanta Dream