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TOP 25 REWIND: No. 7 Shockers stumble for 1st…

Seventh-ranked Wichita State has hit the first bump in its new American Athletic Conference home with two straight league losses

Sabally, Ionescu lead No. 7 Oregon over No. 18 Oregon State

Satou Sabally scored 21 points, Sabrina Ionescu had 15 points and 11 assists and No. 7 Oregon beat No. 18 Oregon State 75-63

Canada, Billings help No. 13 UCLA women beat Stanford 64-53

Jordin Canada had 21 points and five assists and Monique Billings scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds to help the No. 13 UCLA women beat Stanford 64-53

No. 12 Florida State women beat No. 2 Louisville 50-49

Alix's 3-pointer, defense help No. 12 Florida State women beat No. 2 Louisville 50-49

Guy, No. 2 Virginia pull away to beat Wake 59-49

Kyle Guy scored 17 points and No. 2 Virginia beat Wake Forest 59-49 for its 10th straight win

Cain, Nebraska women beat No. 25 Rutgers 52-42

Kate Cain scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Jasmine Cincore added 11 and seven to help Nebraska beat No. 25 Rutgers 52-42

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Cunningham scores 22, No. 11 Missouri women beat Arkansas

Sophie Cunningham scored 22 points to lead five Missouri players in double figures and the No. 11 Tigers beat Arkansas 88-54

Anigwe, Thomas give No. 21 Cal women 62-59 win over USC

Kristine Anigwe scored 20 points, Asha Thomas converted the go-ahead 3-point play with 1:29 to play and No. 21 California edged USC 62-59

No. 22 Arizona State women beat Colorado 73-59

Kianna Ibis scored 24 points, Courtney Ekmark added 16 and No. 22 Arizona State beat Colorado 73-59 for its eighth straight win in the series

No. 3 Mississippi State trounces No. 6 Lady Vols 71-52

No. 3 Mississippi State women use their defense to cruise past No. 6 Tennessee 71-52

Bell, Wagner lead Minnesota women past No. 20 Iowa 77-72

Kenisha Bell scored 21 points, Carlie Wagner added 15, combining for six free throws in the final 25 seconds, and Minnesota handed No. 20 Iowa its third straight loss 77-72

Kea scores 36, Tar Heel women upset No. 15 Duke 92-86 in OT

Paris Kea scored a career-high 36 points, including a 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds left that sent the game into overtime, and North Carolina ended a seven-game losing streak against bitter rival Duke, defeating the 15th-ranked Blue Devils 92-86

No. 5 Notre Dame women rout Clemson 90-37

Arike Ogunbowale and Jackie Young each scored 23 points as No. 5 Notre Dame shot 62 percent in routing Clemson 90-37. Fresh off their biggest comeback ever, rallying from a 23-point deficit to beat No. 6 Tennessee 84-70 on Thursday, the Irish coasted

No. 23 Michigan rebounds with 62-47 win over Rutgers

Moe Wagner scored 16 points and Duncan Robinson added 12 to lift No. 23 Michigan to a 62-47 victory over Rutgers

Nurse and Walker help UConn rout Temple 113-57

Kia Nurse scored 24 points and freshman Megan Walker added a career-best 22 to help No. 1 UConn rout Temple 113-57

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No. 25 Miami holds off NC State 86-81 for ACC road win

Bruce Brown Jr. scores 19 points as No. 25 Miami knocks off North Carolina State 86-81

Wilson back, No. 10 South Carolina women top Kentucky 81-64

A'ja Wilson scored 26 points after missing two games because of an ankle injury and led No. 10 South Carolina over Kentucky 81-64

No. 14 Arizona State holds off struggling Cal

Tra Holder and Remy Martin scored 13 points apiece, and No. 16 Arizona State overcame a slow start to beat California 81-73

Atkins, No. 9 Texas rout Texas Tech 90-39

Ariel Atkins scored 22 points on 8-of-10 shooting and Brooke McCarty had 16 points, eight rebounds and six assists to help No. 9 Texas beat Texas Tech 90-39

Norvell helps No. 13 Gonzaga bounce back to beat Santa Clara

Zach Norvell Jr. scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half, and No. 13 Gonzaga bounced back from its first conference loss of the season to beat Santa Clara 75-60

No. 4 Baylor women win 14th straight, 75-50 over K-State

Kalani Brown had 33 points and 19 rebounds, Lauren Cox scored 16 points with a career-high 19 rebounds and the No. 4 Baylor women stretched their winning streak to 14 games with a 75-50 victory over Kansas State

No. 17 West Virginia women beat ISU 69-59, snap 2-game skid

Teana Muldrow had 27 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 17 West Virginia pulled away in the second quarter and cruised to a 69-59 victory over Iowa State to snap a two-game skid

Turner's 25 leads No. 21 Tennessee past South Carolina

Lamonte Turner matched his career high with 25 points, and No. 21 Tennessee pounded the ball inside to get past South Carolina 70-63

Brown scores 28, No. 17 Auburn rallies to beat Georgia

Bryce Brown scored 28 points, and No. 17 Auburn rallied in the second half to beat Georgia 79-65

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No. 10 Kansas rallies late to beat Baylor, 70-67

Malik Newman scored seven of his game-high 24 points in the closing minutes, Baylor turned the ball over on the final inbounds play and Kansas rallied to beat the Bears 70-67

No. 12 Cincinnati tops East Carolina for 10th straight win

Jacob Evans and Kyle Washington each scored 17 points, and Gary Clark had 14 points and 14 rebounds, lifting No. 12 Cincinnati to an 86-60 victory over East Carolina

Flaherty, No. 19 Michigan women steamroll Illinois 86-42

Katelynn Flaherty scored 27 points, Hailey Brown and Hallie Thome had double-doubles and No. 19 Michigan continued the best start in school history with an 86-42 win over Illinois