Let the games begin and let the recruits be signed

The second week of November is always a good one in college hoops, because it marks both the beginning of the regular season and the signing of the next recruiting class.

Most of today’s scores for ranked teams aren’t too surprising. The first games are just to get rolling, anyway.

Stanford 68, Minnesota 55
Rutgers 89, St. Joseph’s 59
North Carolina 90, Western Carolina 56
Duke 77, Oklahoma State 68
California 63, Albany 39
Texas A&M 73, Mercer 45
Vanderbilt, 85, Texas A&M CC, 51
Virginia 78, High Point 48
Baylor 90, Florida Atlantic 45
Arizona State 76, Cleveland State 59
Ohio State 75, Butler 56
Auburn 81, Alabama A&M 53

There was one surprise today, however – unranked TCU beat #5 Maryland 80-68. What happened there? Hmmm.

As for recruits, fans seem to agree that Illinois, Cal and Baylor made out like bandits with their ridiculous recruiting classes.

Tomorrow there are four games for the ranked teams: My beloved Tennessee (ranked sixth) takes on San Francisco at home, Oklahoma (seventh) has a homer against UC Riverside, Georgia (25th) is at home vs. Alabama state, and Louisville (11th) takes on Tennessee Tech at their place.

Eight ranked team games are scheduled Sunday, and at that point, most every team in the country will have officially begun their season.

WOOT! I’ve been waiting for this.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I saw your post on the The Summitt. Just wanted to let you know i will try and broadcast the Lady Vols game Saturday 15th at:

    http://www.justin.tv/ulynxfan

    Now, that is normally the time when a lot of europeans log into justin.tv to watch their weekend soccer games, so the whole system might be down like it usually is at that time every weekend, so it might now pan out, but i will try.

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