Day four indicators: this season will be wild

Upsets:

DePaul beat #21 Oklahoma, 111-108 in OT, on a buzzer-beater shot.

New Mexico upended #16 Marquette, 88-87.

Almost an upset:

#4 South Carolina held off #15 Maryland, 94-86.

Wait a minute:

All these 100-point-plus games by day four of the season??

More eyebrow-raising results:

Loyola Marymount edged St. Louis on a buzzer-beater, 62-60.

Virginia Tech topped Auburn, 72-63.

Rutgers is 2-0 after their 84-67 win over Temple.

Colorado State ran way from Gonzaga, 65-49.

All scores.

There are 46 games on tap tomorrow.

College team news:

Stars and teams shined on opening weekend.

Southern begins a 10-game, two-month road trip tomorrow.

Nebraska signed a recruiting class this fall that better’s last year’s class.

College player news:

Myisha Hines-Allen and Asia Durr are swelling expectations for Louisville.

The return of Hines-Allen has given the Cardinals title hopes.

Highly-touted Satou Sabally is quickly proving her worth at Oregon.

St. Louis’ Jackie Kemph stars with a balance sheet or a basketball.

Crystal Dangerfield is living up to the hype at UConn.

Cal sophomore Mi’Cole Cayton tore her ACL in the season opener and is out for the year.

Missouri freshmen Kelsey Winfrey feature.

College coach news:

Joanne Aluka-White has been elevated to associate head coach.

Recruiting news:

How Baylor got the #1 draft class.

WNBA news:

Las Vegas won the first pick in the 2018 draft tonight. Indiana will take second pick and Chicago will grab picks three and four.

Liberty coach Katie Smith on being a lifelong Buckeye, and her leadership style.

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