Sunday, February 5, 2017

Upsets of the ranked and unranked kind

Today was interesting:

Memphis took down #22 South Florida, 62-57.

Georgia survived Tennessee in two overtimes, 81-78.

Washington State got by Utah, 61-55.

Georgia Tech took care of Virginia Tech, 87-81.

St. John's powered past Marquette, 82-72.

More results:

#1 UConn got win 97.

Maryland is now 23-1 and off to the best start in program history.

#5 Mississippi State fought off Missouri, 70-53.

#10 Washington held off Colorado, 79-75.

#23 Arizona State survived Oregon, 68-63.

#25 Kentucky staved off Vanderbilt, 71-63.

Texas A&M edged Auburn, 66-61.

Penn State handled Northwestern, 74-58.

All scores.

Big Monday tomorrow, featuring #9 Louisville at #7 Notre Dame and #13 UCLA at #8 Stanford.

Can Notre Dame stop Louisville's potent offense tomorrow?

College team news:

South Carolina has work to do in the SEC before they turn to UConn's winning streak.

Ohio State is fighting a perception of a weaker Big Ten.

Notre Dame is OK where they are.

Athletic UConn doesn't always look the part.

Penn ought to start thinking about March.

St. John's has Marquette's number this season.

College player news:

Taylor Cooper is shining in a bigger role for Texas A&M.

Lindsey Spann is coming off the bench to ignite Penn State.

College coach news:

It's love, basketball and family for Colorado's coaches.

JMU's Sean O'Regan is the right coach for the job.

1 comment:

Scamp said...

Another Big Monday is in Waco, as Texas and Baylor play tonight for the first time this season. 7 pm CT on FS1.