Much news again

Today’s results:

Oklahoma stunned Oklahoma State in the game’s final seconds, 77-75.

Texas Tech rebounded to take down TCU, 80-76.

Toledo blitzed Buffalo, 71-59.

Central Michigan edged Ohio, 73-71.

No. 19 West Virginia routed Kansas, 68-49. It is the second loss of the year for the Jayhawks.

UNLV upset Boise State, 66-65.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

With BYU behind them, Gonzaga turns its attention to St. Mary’s.

A crucial stretch is coming up for Kentucky.

Perimeter defense is on South Carolina’s mind as Arkansas comes to town.

How future and previous UConn opponents are faring.

Ohio State rekindles their rivalry with Michigan, as the two teams prepare to face off.

Chattanooga is taking the “clean slate” approach into conference play.

San Diego came out of the break a mixed bag.

Walsh is ranked in the DII top 25 poll for the first time.

College player news:

From menace to leader: Kiah Gillespie’s maturation at FSU has been key to her success.

Oregon State’s Taya Corosdale is on the road to recovery.

Purdue guard Tamara Farquhar is out for the season with an injury.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

College coach news:

South Florida coach Jose Fernandez says his 20-year career there is his dream job.

Lindsay Whalen is channeling George Mikan as the Gophers go back to basics to improve shooting.

John Wooden Award:

Midseason top 25 watch list.

WNBA news:

Walt Hopkins was officially named the New York Liberty’s head coach today.

What the hire means.

The WNBA has no black women in head coaching positions, and that’s a problem.

The focus has turned to CBA negotiations.

Breanna Stewart is set to return as the National Team plays UConn.

Seattle Times version.

Angel McCoughtry: from hardwood to headphones.

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