After allowing 12 transition points in the first half, Louisville limited Cal to two transition points after intermission, including no transition plays in the final 13:01 of the game. The slower pace worked to the Cardinals advantage, as they forced a turnover on 32.1 percent of the Golden Bears half-court possessions in the second half, while holding them to 28.6 percent shooting.
West Virginia ran out to a big lead and was able to hold on from there to get a 66-59 upset win over No. 24 Kansas State.
UConn women's basketball extends their record win streak to 100 games with another big win on Monday.
For the second consecutive week, stunning upsets on Big Monday have had a ripple effect on the top of Charlie Creme's Bracketology. With two road wins, Texas has been the biggest beneficiary.