Like my Yo Sammity Sam reference? I feel like this season is a huge runaway camel so far….and I’m loving every minute of it.
Georgia toppled #10 Mississippi State, 47-43.
Ole Miss unseated #9 Kentucky, 73-65.
#7 Ohio State escaped Michigan, 97-93.
#13 Texas A&M used an over time to stave off #23 Missouri, 81-77.
#2 South Carolina 74, Auburn 58
#18 Tennessee 58, Vanderbilt 49
#22 Florida 80, Alabama 72
Western Kentucky 68, Old Dominion 51
Penn 60, Temple 54
Mercer 67, Chattanooga 44 (wow)
Wake Forest 75, North Carolina 63
Arkansas 48, LSU 44
South Dakota State 68, IUPUI 66 (2OT)
Several East Coast teams have had to reschedule games to tomorrow, due to a snow storm headed their way Saturday. Stay tuned.
Cal is looking to regain their form against UCLA tomorrow.
Arizona State continues on an upward trajectory.
Life as an unranked team began for Duke tonight against Clemson. (And they won)
Maryland’s win over Wisconsin last night was the 900th for the program.
Is it adversity or pressure for Tennessee?
Fast-paced offense has been the key in Ohio State’s resurgence.
Oklahoma aims to turn embarrassment into fuel moving forward.
A look at Utah’s stats.
Shereesha Richards: early greatness.
Jacinta Vandenberg is emerging as a do-it-all piece for Oregon.
A milestone is in reach for UConn’s big three.
Diamond DeShields is improving in her Tennessee debut season.
Senior Maggie Lyon is now on top of Northwestern’s three-point scoring list.
Outside the paint with Minnesota’s Allina Starr.
Hard work is paying off for Kentucky’s Taylor Murray.
Utah sophomore Emily Potter is leading the team after sitting out last year injured.
Rutgers freshman Khadaizha Sanders is more than just a basketball star.
Arielle Roberson has become an interior force for West Virginia.
Indiana sophomore Jess Walter is returning to form in Big Ten play.
Could Taya Reimer return to Notre Dame? Her teammate Brianna Turner is shining on both ends of the floor.
Tamika Catchings will leave an amazing legacy in her wake when she retires this year.
Arizona State’s Quinn Dorstauder is among those leading Canada’s surge in basketball.