Today’s results:

Northern Colorado is not playin: they beat LSU, 58-50.

Penn State, who held walk-on tryouts two weeks ago, is 3-0 after beating Marshall, 80-65.

Maybe Washington isn’t bad after all? They just took down BYU, 80-72.

South Dakota State 66, North Dakota 62.

Green Bay 67, Wisconsin 34.

Binghamton 77, Penn 72.

Purdue 75, Miami Ohio 66.

Iowa 105, Northern Illinois 80.

Colorado 76, Florida Atlantic 69.

Arizona State 81, Fresno State 69.

The ranked teams all blew out their opponents.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule, where the most intriguing match up might be #10 Oregon at #19 Texas A&M.

#24 Michigan at #5 Louisville looks pretty fun, too.

College team news:

Mississippi State is looking for a “shot chaser.”

Cal is traveling to Storrs for a showdown with Connecticut Friday.

The growth of their freshmen will be key for UCLA in upcoming games.

A busy five-day stretch will test the Buckeyes.

Georgia will begin a difficult non-conference schedule against Virginia.

Cornell looks to improve after a slow start.

College player news:

The NCAA’s first starting five of the season.

A’ja Wilson makes sure her Gamecock teammates know: ‘You just gotta beat Clemson.’

Jessica Shepard is making an immediate impact for the Irish. She has a big role.

Wisconsin freshman Niya Beverley is off to an encouraging start.

Oregon’s international players are set for a big season.

You better remember Duck guard Sabrina Ionescu’s name.

The Chanelle Molina factor is key for Washington State.

Sophomore Jordan Chavis is providing steady play for Missouri.

College coach news:

First-year coach Natasha Adair has won over Delaware players.

College commissioner news:

Val Ackerman’s cool job: Big East Commissioner.

Recruiting news:

No. 5 recruit Olivia Nelson-Ododa has committed to UConn.

Is the recruiting class of Baylor or UConn better?

WNBA news:

What’s next for the Liberty?

Jim Dolan parting ways with the Liberty was only a matter of time.

For Katie Smith, central Ohio is home.

The WNBA leads all professional sports leagues in hiring women and minorities.

International news:

Saudi Arabia holds its first women’s basketball tournament.