A bit of topplin’


Texas A&M took down #19 Syracuse, 105-84.

Wyoming toppled #15 Colorado, 82-75. It was the first loss of the season for the Buffs.

More results:

#1 UConn 84, Nebraska 41

#4 Maryland 77, Duquesne 57

#6 South Carolina 70, Savannah State 30

#7 Florida State 83, Mercer 40

#8 Louisville 78, Vanderbilt 66

#12 Ohio State 88, Winthrop 48

#13 West Virginia 77, Mount St. Mary’s 35

#14 Stanford 71, George Washington 52

#17 Duke 68, Villanova 50

#18 Kentucky 69, Washington State 67

#20 Oklahoma 74, Portland State 60

#21 South Florida 77, UNLV 42

#21 Arizona State 63, Holy Cross 33

#23 Virginia Tech 71, Radford 52

St. John’s 74, James Madison 63

Tennessee 110, Troy 84

IUPUI 67, Purdue 62

Saint Louis 72, Missouri 61

Marquette 62, New Mexico 52

Auburn 85, Drake 80

USC 83, Cal State Irvine 45

#25 Oregon State and Oklahoma State still in progress at the moment.

All scores so far.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

A day in the life of Vanderbilt basketball.

South Dakota State is prepared to play on without Macy Miller.

Harvard stays competitive as Ivy League talent grows.

Buffalo is off to the best start in program history.

New jerseys for Syracuse?

Ole Miss is emerging on the national radar.

Indiana keeps rolling.

Utah has tied its best start ever.

Aerial Powers misses Michigan State, but the Spartans miss her more.

College player news:

Oregon State’s Sydney Wiese set the Pac 12 three-point record last night.

Stephanie Mavunga is back to work after Ohio State’s loss to UConn.

Senior Bridget Perry is contributing to Purdue’s recent success.

Michigan’s Hallie Thorne wants to stay in the spotlight.

SUNY Geneseo freshman Savannah Williams died in a car crash yesterday.

WNBA news:

Overseas report.

Elena Delle Donne ponders her next move as the Sky surge ahead with new coach Amber Stocks.

The Sky owner calls an EDD trade a strong possibility.