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UT-Iowa St. game postponed

- From staff and wire reports

AUSTIN — The Texas at Iowa State game scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed in accordance with the Big 12 Conference men’s basketball interrupti­on guidelines, the conference announced Sunday.

Iowa State on Friday paused all team activities due to COVID-19 protocols within the program, which led to a postponeme­nt of Saturday’s scheduled game against Kansas. No. 4 Texas is also dealing with COVID-19 issues of its own.

The Longhorns held out freshman Greg Brown, sophomore Kai Jones and junior Brock Cunningham from Saturday’s home game against Kansas State. Texas (11-2, 5-1 Big 12) still cruised to an 82-67 win without those three available.

The Big 12 will work with the institutio­ns to reschedule the game. The conference is also working to reschedule the Texas at Baylor game that was scheduled for Dec. 13 but canceled due to COVID-19 protocols within the Bears’ program.

Texas is still set to face TCU at 5 p.m. Saturday in Fort Worth.


Luka Garza had 17 points and 10 rebounds in just 24 minutes as the visiting Hawkeyes rolled past the Wildcats.

Joe Wieskamp had 16 points and CJ Fredrick added 13 to help Iowa (12-2, 6-1 Big Ten) win its fifth straight. Iowa and Michigan are tied for the conference lead.

Pete Nance had 16 points for Northweste­rn (6-6, 3-5). The Wildcats have dropped five in a row.


Tyrece Radford scored 20 points as the visiting Hokies held off the Demon Deacons.

Virginia Tech (11-2, 5-1 ACC) also got 13 points apiece off the bench from David N’Guessan and Hnter Cattoor. Wake Forest (3-5, 0-5) was led by Ismael Massoud’s 12 points.

Women TEXAS TECH 74 NO. 21 TEXAS 66

Vivian Gray scored 24 points with 13 rebounds and Lexi Gordon scored 14 to help the host Red Raiders knock off the Longhorns.

Gray hit a jump shot, Maka Jackson sank a pair of free throws with 3:31 before halftime and Texas Tech (7-6, 2-5 Big 12) took a 28-26 lead and never trailed again.

Gray sealed the win with a three-point play on a sweeping, left-hand layup drawing the foul on Joanne Allen-Taylor. The play gave the Red Raiders a 69-62 lead with 52 seconds remaining.

Naje Murray scored 13 and Jackson 11 for Texas Tech.

Celeste Taylor and Audrey Warren scored 14 apiece for Texas (9-3, 3-2). Charli Collier scored 13 with 15 rebounds and Allen-Taylor 12. Collier, the conference’s leading scorer, was held to 2-for-12 shooting from the floor.



Frida Formann hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:36 left in overtime to lead the host Buffaloes to an upset of the Cardinal.

Peanut Tuitele blocked Lexi Hull’s 3-point attempt that would have tied it at

with a second left to give Colorado (6-6, 4-5 Pac-12) its first win over a topranked team in program history. It also ended a 16-game losing streak to Stanford after a couple of close calls last season.

It was the second consecutiv­e season that Stanford (11-1, 8-1) lost to an unranked team as No. 1.

Mya Hollingshe­d had a career-high 32 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Buffaloes.


Kianna Smith scored 16 points to lead the host Cardinals to a rout of the Seminoles.

The win by Louisville (12-0, 5-0 ACC), coupled by an overtime loss by topranked Stanford at Colorado, may likely give Louisville its first No. 1 ranking in program history when the new poll comes out Monday.

Louisville was originally slated to play N.C. State on Sunday, but the Wolfpack are on pause right now because of the coronaviru­s. The ACC reworked the schedule to setup the game against the Seminoles (4-2, 3-2), who played for the first time since New Year’s Eve due to COVID-19 issues. They dressed and played just eight of their 13 players Sunday.

Bionca Jackson scored a

career-high 21 to lead Florida State.

NO. 8 UCLA 68

NO. 25 WASH. ST. 66 (OT)

Charisma Osborne scored 28 points as the host Bruins withstood the Cougars in overtime.

Osborne had 11 points in overtime as UCLA (8-2, 6-2 Pac-12) won its third in a row. The Bruins improved to 33-0 overall at home against Washington State.

The Cougars trailed 53-50 with two seconds left in regulation when star Charlisse Leger-Walker was fouled. She made the first free throw, missed the second on purpose and her sister, Krystal LegerWalke­r, got the rebound and hit a layup to send the game into OT.

Charlisse Leger-Walker led the Cougars (7-2, 5-2) with 18 points.


Chloe Bibby scored 19 points and Diamond Miller added 17 to pace the visiting Terrapins past the Badgers for their 10th consecutiv­e victory.

Maryland (11-1, 7-0 ACC) suffered its only loss this season in an 81-72 setback to then-No. 24 Missouri State on Nov. 28. Sydney Hilliard scored 19 and Julie Pospisilov­a had 18 for Wisconsin (3-8, 0-8 Big Ten).

 ?? Justin Rex / Associated Press ?? Teammates help Vivian Gray, left, to her feet after she helped to cement Texas Tech’s upset win with a three-point play for a 69-62 lead with 52 seconds left.
Justin Rex / Associated Press Teammates help Vivian Gray, left, to her feet after she helped to cement Texas Tech’s upset win with a three-point play for a 69-62 lead with 52 seconds left.

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