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Today’s results:

Ball State took advantage of Purdue’s cold shooting to beat them, 66-60, for the first time since 1979.

Marquette avenged their loss to Green Bay this weekend and fall from the rankings by routing Wisconsin, 88-65.

Rutgers continues its hot start with a 52-43 win over Virginia.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

Hurting at guard, South Carolina is just weeks from requesting a transfer for transfer Te’a Cooper.

9-0 New Mexico has tied the program record for best season start.

Navy is 8-0 to start the season.

Sources say Florida basketball will switch from Nike to Jordan Brand.

College player news:

The Colorado/Colorado State rivalry runs deep in the Leonard family.

And then there’s Aruza Stevens.

Duke’s Kyra Lambert will medically redshirt and miss the season.

Illinois’ Alli Ball is ballin’.

BYU’s Brenna Chase is embracing her new leadership role.

Florida State’s Shakayla Thomas is ESPNW’s player of the week.

Recruiting news:

Elite junior Celeste Taylor has verbally committed to Texas.

WNBA news:

The Seattle City Council has approved the renovation of KeyArena.

Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen will be a guest analyst for eight Minnesota Timberwolves games this season.

Meet new Atlanta Dream coach Nicki Collen.