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As the regular season blazes on, the copy flows

Conference news:

With three weeks to go, the Pac 12 race is still wide open.

College team news:

Texas is the NCAA’s team of the week.

Maryland’s best start ever has included a slew of individual milestones.

The Terps bench needs to keep pushing, as postseason nears.

BYU is passing and stealing its way to a high WCC tournament seed as league play wraps up.

Florida is getting a boost after going back to the basics in practice.

Illinois harbors that empty feeling.

Staying positive helped Oregon State notch a bounce-back win Sunday.

New Mexico has lost yet another player to injury.

Not everyone is ready to celebrate UConn’s dominance.

College player news:

A big heart has fueled Michigan State’s Tori Jankoska through her record-setting career.

Hannah Fenske brings the intangibles for Navy.

St. John’s Imani Littleton is out for the season with a knee injury.

College coach news:

Harvard coach Kathy Delaney-Smith: how do you last 35 years?

Coach Tonya Cardoza is turning Temple back around.

UConn coach Geno Auriemma got his start in Philadelphia.

Southern Mississippi coach Joye Lee-McNelis will take a leave of absence to battle lung cancer.

Was Quentin Hillsman rebuked by Sylvia Hatchell after their game last week?

Today’s results:

UCF upset #22 USF, 66-62.

Today’s scores.

Big Ten and Big 12 match ups highlight tomorrow’s schedule.

High school/middle school news:

Deaf sisters succeed on the court with unique communication system.

This week’s top 25 rankings.

Middle school girls learned about girl power from former WNBA great Chamique Holdsclaw.

WNBA and pro news:

Sun forward Morgan Tuck got to meet Jesse Jackson recently.

An Elena Delle Donne-Emma Meesseman front court opens up the Mystics playbook this season.

Jantel Lavender has extended her contract with the Sparks.

The Mercury have signed Leilani Mitchell.

Overseas report.

How a new minor league could transform the sport.

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