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Daily Links: Northeastern, New Hampshire claim upsets

Wildcats and Huskies knocked off Temple and UConn, respectively.

NCAA Basketball: CAA Conference Tournament - UNCW vs Northeastern
Bill Coen and Northeastern were the latest mid-major to trip up UConn.
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All attention has been paid to the marquee marathon games. And for good reason.

But meanwhile, several mid-majors registered upset wins. New Hampshire knocked off Temple just days after the Owls exciting win over La Salle. Meanwhile, UConn (sorry UConn) fell to Northeastern at home for a second consecutive mid-major loss.

Here are today’s links as we continue to indulge in continuous basketball:

UConn Loses Another Ugly One, Drops To 0-2 With Loss To Northeastern | Hartford Courant

The season is just a few days old, yet the UConn men's basketball team has made history. But it's not the kind of history anyone connected with the program had in mind. UConn was beaten again at home, again by a mid-major opponent.

2016 MAC Men’s Basketball Recap: Western Michigan @ Oakland | Hustle Belt

Sometimes it’s hard to tell what happened in a game by just the stats. In the modern age, with all the new stats, it becomes even more of a cluster. However, there is one stat that sums up this game perfectly for the Broncos. They had 1 assist after playing 25 minutes of basketball.

Ole Miss vs. UMass basketball 2016: Rebs win on last-second tip-in, 90-88 | Red Cup Rebellion

UMass coughed up a sizable lead in the last four minutes at Ole Miss, but the future looks bright in Amherst after a 25 point, eight rebound, six assist night from freshman DeJon Jarreau.

Cold-shooting Temple falls to New Hampshire |

After an impressive opening overtime win over La Salle, Temple's basketball team couldn't duplicate that performance over a hustling New Hampshire squad.

UAB's 26-game home win streak snapped with loss to Furman |

The first game of the post-Nick Norton era couldn't have gone any worse for UAB. The Blazers were routed in the second half by Furman and the Paladins ran away with an 84-74 win.