In maybe the night’s biggest nail biter, #7 Cal topped USC in overtime, 71-63.
After a sluggish first half, Meighan Simmons rallied #9 Tennessee past Auburn, 75-66.
Well, one exception – #25 Michigan just triumphed in their tenth.
#5 Kentucky, at 17-1, is also off to the best start in school history.
#13 Georgia erased an 11-point deficit to squeak out a victory against Arkansas, 57-53.
Sam Ostarello showed up big again for #12 Purdue, guiding them to a 75-67 win over Minnesota.
Miami outlasted Georgia Tech, 71-65.
Tulane grabbed one over Rice, 69-65, to remain unbeaten on the road.
Loyola Marymount downed San Francisco, and forward Alex Cowling became the Lions’ school rebounding leader.
UC Riverside fought back from a 13-point deficit to take one over Long Beach State, 50-49.
Kentucky is grappling with Coach Matthew Mitchell’s “junk yard dog” vision.
ODU is casting a wide net in their search for new players.
Central Florida’s Gevenia Carter has upped her game.
Richmond’s Becca Wann excels on the court.
Ohio State’s young players respond when needed.
In Texas Tech’s win last night, Casey Morris scored a rare four-point play.
Krista Donald has worked her way back into Georgia’s rotation after missing the fall.
Gonzaga and Seattle U are in the Seattle Times mailbag.
Colorado’s Jen Reese is making up for lost time from last season.