Team records starting to show who’s boss

Today’s upsets:

#18 DePaul upended #15 Texas A&M, 80-66.

#24 Arizona State bested #19 Syracuse, 61-54, though I don’t consider that a true upset.

Almost-upset:

#22 Cal is stayin’ alive: 87-80 over Nebraska in overtime.

More results:

Missouri edged Colorado , 79-75. Mizzou is now 10-0 for the first time in school history.

Oregon crushed Portland, 93-52, sinking 13 three-point shots in the process. The Ducks are 8-0.

Alabama defeated Georgetown, 78-66. The Crimson Tide are 8-1.

Princeton took care of Pitt, 61-47. The Tigers are 8-1.

Illinois slipped by Central Michigan, 74-69. The Illini are 7-1.

St. Bonaventure beat Penn State, 70-60. The Bonnies are 8-2.

St. Mary’s topped Washington State, 75-71. Both teams are now 8-2.

BYU put out Utah’s fire, 73-59. It was the second loss of the season for the Utes.

Santa Clara downed Texas Tech, 75-70. It was the second loss of the season for Tech.

South Dakota State escaped Creighton, 53-51.

Marist routed 0-9 Boston University, 73-54.

All scores.

Team news:

Texas is ramping up efforts to improve attendance.

Is offense Kentucky’s new calling card?

Player news:

Taya Reimer has left Notre Dame for the balance of the season for personal reasons. Her teammate Madison Cable is doing all things big and little for the Irish.

Jonquel Jones is elevating her game for George Washington.

Purdue’s Hayden Hamby maintains a perimeter presence.

Kentucky freshman Maci Morris is improving her overall game.

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