Grant Halverson

College basketball Wednesday: No. 10 UConn, No. 14 North Carolina lose

A pair of upsets highlighted Wednesday's college basketball schedule, with No. 10 Connecticut falling to Stanford 53-51, and No. 14 North Carolina dropping a home game 86-83 to Texas.

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San Diego State annihilates Southern Utah, 76-39

San Diego State led by 30 at the half, cruising behind 16 points from Xavier Thames.

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No. 12 Baylor needs OT to beat Northwestern State

The Bears needed overtime and a scoring burst from Kenny Cherry to hold off Northwestern State.

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Stanford upsets No. 10 UConn

Down 10 at the half, Stanford handed Connecticut its first loss of the season with a second-half rally.

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Streaky Tar Heels fall in Chapel Hill

North Carolina has beaten Louisville and Michigan State, but the Tar Heels dropped their third game to an unranked opponent Wednesday night.

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Minutemen fight off Ohio to stay unbeaten

UMass got an unexpected lift from Maxie Esho, who came off the bench to have a huge night.

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Buckeyes win another at home

LaQuinton Ross had another big night to help the Buckeyes remain unbeaten.

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