Some big-time wins

Today’s results:

Iowa beat Iowa State, 61-55, on their home court for the first time since 1989.

#11 Tennessee scored the third-most points in program history in a 131-69 rout of Troy.

South Dakota State held off Oklahoma, 67-61.

#3 Notre Dame handled Michigan State, 90-59.

#12 Ohio State pounded Florida, 103-77.

#21 Texas A&M put out TCU’s fire, 71-58.

#23 Green Bay topped Dayton, 75-64.

Colorado nipped Colorado State, 70-67.

Penn State escaped Fordham, 65-60.

New Mexico’s win over Texas Tech pushes them to 10-0.

And just moments ago, Gonzaga downed Washington State, 64-56.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

What we learned from Iowa-Iowa State.

Duquesne is looking to take a big step forward to the big time.

High-powered offense has Seton Hall off to a great start.

#4 Louisville hosts Vanderbilt tomorrow.

College player news:

Kelsey Mitchell became Ohio State’s all-time leading scorer tonight, surpassing Jantel Lavender.

Duke transfer Sierra Calhoun is finding her niche with the Buckeyes.

94 feet with Kennesaw State freshman Kamiyah Street. AWESOME way to do a player interview.

Nebraska’s Rachel Blackburn has returned to the court after injuries.

From practice player to team captain: Jenna Moser’s incredible journey at Washington.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

WNBA news:

For the WNBA, business isn’t as bad as it looks.

Lindsay Whalen was fighting nerves before her broadcasting debut tonight.

Q&A with Maya Moore on criminal justice reform.

Storm statement on the city’s approval of the KeyArena remodel.

Bonus:

Coaches, college athletics officials and several agents are supporting an effort to strengthen laws that regulate sports agent conduct.