Eighty four-game day

Today’s notable results:

#11 Cal is unbeaten after rolling over Eastern Washington.

Virginia upset #17 Vanderbilt.

#8 Georgia blew out St. Bonaventure.

#13 Oklahoma slipped by Arkansas, 73-70.

#24 Dayton’s win over Buffalo makes them undefeated – their best start in 20 years.

LSU upset #12 West Virginia, handing them their first season loss.

Indiana over IUPUI, 70-49.

San Diego State 78, Auburn 57.

Georgetown squeaked by Fullerton, 53-51.

FIU 66, Iowa 65.

Florida 66, North Carolina State 64.

Syracuse 75, Georgia Tech 72 (OT).

DePaul 68, Hampton 67.

South Carolina 65, Florida Gulf Coast 46.

UC Davis 66, Navy 63 (OT).

CSUN tournament:

#6 Penn State 80, Detroit 72.

CSUN 47, South Alabama 40.

Tomorrow at noon, Detroit will face South Alabama. At 2:30, Penn State and CSUN play for the championship. I will be there.

Full scoreboard.

Other college news:

Early thoughts on the Lady Vols. Tennessee is on a roll since their losing debut.

Arizona State needs to speed up their offensive improvement.

A rehabilitated Carlie Needles boosts Florida.

Pro news:

Indiana Fever veteran Tammy Sutton-Brown brings the world to kids.

Shock guard Temeka Johnson blogs Thanksgiving wishes from Europe.

No fun: Lauren Jackson’s courtside pain.

High school:

Linnae Harper is second fiddle no more.


  1. ASU is unbelievably weak this year. Maybe that's what happens when your head coach decides to take a year off so she can relax and decompress.

    Now that AD Lisa Love has been fired and run out of town Coach Turner Thorne is going to find that the expectation of a PAC12 WBB head coach is to actually be on the job, recruiting and building the program for now and the future.

    If she wants to relax maybe she should actually retire or take a job at a D3 or NAIA program.

    ASU fans are not impressed. Even as bad as both USC and UCLA recently looked they will crush ASU if they don't get better quick.