College It feels like anyone can lose this season By Sue Favor - November 16, 2018 Upsets: Green Bay took down No. 16 Missouri, 56-49. Washington State held off Nebraska in 2OT, 87-84. All scores. Tomorrow’s schedule. College team news: Iowa is on an early hot streak, and have one more tuneup before the tough part of their nonconference schedule begins. What really matters to Kentucky, and what doesn’t. Kansas State aims to leave no doubt. Minnesota is playing through tough defense. UConn is far from realizing their full potential. Duke is set for their home opener against Elon with room for improvement. The Ohio State at Stanford game Sunday has been canceled due to air quality issues. Oregon State is expecting a test from Saint Mary’s. Two-time national champions Amherst open their season with new expectations. College player news: All-America candidate Kitija Laska suffered a knee injury in South Florida’s game last night and will miss the rest of the season. Senior Annalese Lamke is making the most of her starting gig for the Gophers. Destiny Slocum has found the right fit at Oregon State. Baylor’s Kalani Brown talks about her next evolution. Illinois State is moving on without Megan Talbot. UConn’s young starters are adjusting to big roles. College coach news: Second part of Vivian Stringer podcast. Northern Colorado coach Jenny Huth cleaned up on the recruiting trail. Recruiting news: No. 1 prospect Haley Jones has postponed her college announcement until Nov. 28. No. 9 Rickea Jackson has committed to Mississippi State. She is the highest-ranked recruit the university has landed. Coach’s confessional: misadventures from the recruiting trail. WNBA news: Sue Bird is the Denver Nuggets’ new basketball operation associate. For James Wade, love and basketball is a way of life. A year later, the New York Liberty is still for sale. Kara Lawson is an all-star in front of the camera.