Rankings look to change tomorrow

Only one upset today:

Gonzaga upended #22 Dayton, 75-65. The Flyers are 0-2.

More results – and they’re interesting:

#13 North Carolina topped #23 UCLA, 84-68. The Bruins are now 0-2.

#5 Texas A&M survived UT Pan American, 63-61.

#7 Duke annihilated Alabama, 90-40.

#14 Michigan State held off Eastern Michigan, 69-61.

#15 Cal showed off their depth in their rout of Pacific, 84-64.

#20 Oregon State isn’t playing: they pounded Utah State, 85-62.

Georgia rallied to beat TCU, 62-53.

Central Michigan edged UMass, 72-70.

CSUN put away Sacramento State, 81-66.

Richmond is now 2-0 after a 65-57 win over Georgetown.

South Florida got past Chattanooga, 59-57.

Delaware defeated Marist, 70-60.

Michigan took out Bucknell, 68-61.

JMU stuffed St. Bonaventure, 76-43.

Ohio State powered past St. Francis, 113-97.

UAlbany squeaked by Penn State, 54-53.

SMU pulled it out against UETP, 63-59.

Morehead State beat George Mason, 79-70.

Wisconsin took it to Illinois State, 71-60.

Long Beach State won at San Diego State, 74-62.

Full scoreboard.

Big performances:

Jayhawk Chelsea Gardner surpassed 1,000 career points in Kansas’ 68-60 win over South Dakota.

Texas-Arlington is 2-0 for the first time since 2006-2007.

Tomorrow’s games:

#8 Baylor is at #11 Kentucky. The Bears bring out the best and the worst of Wildcat guard Jennifer O’Neill.

Forty-three other games are on tap.