Xavier, Iowa and Duke were all upset over the weekend in college basketball.
The Tigers handed the No.3 Rebels their first loss of the season, while the Bruins prevailed in double overtime.
A game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter propelled Georgia past LSU, while Alabama and Ohio State took care of business.
Both the Ohio State and Notre Dame football teams defeated rivals on Saturday to remain undefeated while Florida threw its hat in the ring for championship consideration with a win over in-state rival Florida State.
The No. 10 Louisville football team remains undefeated after an overtime win, while No. 6 Georgia hands former-No. 2 Florida its first loss.
There was a shift in the top five as the hectic college basketball season continues to roll on.
The Minnesota hockey team continued its win streak and moved to the top of the national rankings, while Merrimack dropped from the top, following a pair of losses.
The lower 15 teams in the Football Championship Subdivision were a jumbled mess after Saturday’s action, but the top 10 teams remained relatively unchanged.
Many teams saw their rankings in the Football Championship Subdivision Top 25 poll take a major hit after suffering difficult losses this weekend.
Robert Caret, the newly-appointed UMass president, spoke about his hopes for the University during a meeting with reporters yesterday.
Despite a scare from North Carolina State, Virginia held on to have a firm grasp on the No. 1 ranking.
The Duke women’s basketball team remains undefeated after wins over top teams such as Xavier, Kentucky and Maryland.