Carly Santoro scored a season-high 25 points to reach the 1,000-career plateau and Ohio State beat No. 17 Michigan State 65-55 on Monday night.
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On a night when Ohio State's Kelsey Mitchell moved into second on the NCAA all-time scoring list, Central Michigan pulled off the upset to make its first Sweet 16 and keep the Buckeyes from potentially reaching the Final Four in their own backyard.
The Sweet 16 has two double-digit Cinderellas after No. 11 seeds Buffalo and Central Michigan won Monday. The Bulls, who beat Florida State on the Seminoles' court, and Chippewas are the first pair of 11-seeds or lower to reach the Sweet 16 since 2012.
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Maryland and NC State each dropped to No. 5 seeds, and Ohio State and Duke jumped to the 4-seed line, in Charlie Creme's updated bracket projection. Selection Monday is two weeks away.
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Despite Tennessee's recent 1-3 stretch, there's no question the Lady Vols belong among the top 16 seeds right now. But it's hard to see Ohio State -- which has nearly better numbers across the board -- omitted from the NCAA committee's second reveal.
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