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#15 Colorado is 10-0 after defeating Mississippi Valley State, 76-64.

Utah is 10-0 after downing Weber State, 71-52.

First win:

Pepperdine and assistant coach Delisha Milton-Jones got their first win, 69-58 over Cal State Fullerton. Titans coach Daron Park must be feeling a lot of pressure after several seasons of losing.

More results:

#16 Texas 76, UTSA 43.

#23 Arizona State 79, Oral Roberts 52.

#23 Oregon 90, Portland State 46. Duck freshman Ruthy Hebard was 12-13 for 28 points and 17 rebounds. Be afraid, other teams……Portland and Portland State have each been lagging, like Fullerton, for a long time, too.

Michigan 78, Vermont 56. The Wolverines are 10-3.

Kansas 75, Arizona 51.

Temple 48, Rutgers 37.

UCF 74, Georgia Southern 54.

Ole Miss 77, VCU 57. The Rebels are 9-2.

Tulane 63, NC State 58.

Alabama 67, Georgia Tech 65.

Purdue 77, Eastern Michigan 50. The Boilermakers are now 9-4 after their slow season start.

Northwestern 87, Santa Clara 75. The Wildcats have won seven straight.

Indiana 84, Oakland 59.

All scores.

Key match ups on tomorrow’s 61-game schedule include: UCLA at South Carolina, Stanford at Tennessee, Mississippi State at USC and Virginia Tech at Auburn. I’ll be covering Bulldogs-Trojans, and I couldn’t be more excited.

College team news:

Baylor openly lies about its blowout disgraces, the New York Post says.

Despite their setbacks, Nebraska senior Allie Havers is impressed with the team’s spirit.

No rest for Alabama this Christmas.

Tomorrow’s Bowling Green at South Dakota State game has been cancelled due to winter weather conditions.

College player news:

Faith helps Oregon State’s Sydney Wiese remain positive and upbeat.

Facing UConn was a learning experience for Ohio State star Kelsey Mitchell.

TCU’s freshmen are coming along quickly.

Montana freshman Taylor Goligoski is a woman for all seasons.

College coach news:

Holly Warlick and the Lady Vols are wishing big against Stanford tomorrow.

WNBA player news:

Skylar Diggins on her passion for community service and balancing her crazy schedule.

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