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Saturday's upsets

What's the bracket impact after Oregon, Baylor lose on same day?

Louisville beating No. 1 Oregon and South Carolina knocking off No. 2 Baylor could have far-reaching impact. Here's what it all could mean in March.

Trouble in Paradise: No. 8 Louisville stuns top-ranked Oregon

Louisville's defensive scheme and Oregon's inadequate shooting showed the rest of women's college basketball that the Ducks can be vulnerable.

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national signing week

Winners and losers from national signing week

While landing Hailey Van Lith boosted Louisville's place in the class rankings, Mississippi State missed out on two top-10 prospects.

Louisville, Rutgers jump up in latest class rankings

While the top four schools remained unchanged since the beginning of national signing week, Louisville and Rutgers are among the schools that jumped in the class rankings.


Baylor's Smith converts steal into and-1

Baylor's NaLyssa Smith comes up with a steal and then at the other end gets to the basket for a layup while drawing a foul.



Wells' impressive offense leads No. 12 Aggies to win

Kayla Wells (19 points) says the Sugar Bears played tough defense, but Texas A&M was still able to find open players and come out on top for a 76-46 win.



Howard's 29-point game lifts Kentucky past Charlotte

No. 15 Wildcats head coach Matthew Mitchell says Rhyne Howard's aggressiveness on offense really set the tone for the team in their 86-39 win against the 49ers.


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