While we wait for scores……

Many games still in progress, and I’m going to one that doesn’t start until 8 p.m. Pacific, in USC-UCLA. So in the meantime…….

College team news:

The Lady Vols want to take the mystery out of the season.

Tennessee is trying to maintain momentum away from Knoxville.

Virginia Tech is a transformed program under coach Kenny Brooks.

Notre Dame is turning their attention to details.

Cal is on a different course from 2016.

Penn State is focusing on depth and defense.

Texas Tech is challenging ranked opponents.

BYU seniors are aiming to lead the team.

Seton Hall is keeping their morale up during a six-game skid.

Robert Morris will play at a temporary home next season while upgraded facilities are built.

Loyola Chicago isn’t discouraged, despite their poor record.

Chris Matlock is thriving in his new role with South Carolina.

College player news:

How much will Alexis Peterson rewrite the Syracuse record book before she’s done?

South Carolina’s A’ja Wilson is day-to-day in recovering from an ankle sprain.

Former high school teammates Whitney Tinjum and Bryanna Fernstrom have reunited at Minnesota.

Playing for Seattle Pacific works for Jordan McPhee, whose twin Brittany plays for Stanford.

Senior Ronni Williams says Florida needs to win their next 11 games.

Oliana Squires is an increasing threat in Montana State’s back court.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week includes Brionna Jones and Kelsey Plum.

Jordan Hankins:

Northwestern’s Amber Jamison is finding motivation in Jordan Hankins’ memory.


The balancing act when your child has a major sports injury.

Arena news:

The story behind KeyArena, and how it could be reborn.

Upcoming games:

LSU leads nation in steals. Kentucky rarely coughs it up. Who has the edge?

Purdue and Indiana will meet tomorrow for the only time this season.