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Hard-fought wins, injuries and more

Today’s results:

USC 80, Loyola Marymount 70. Minyon Moore had a career-high 34 points for the 8-0 Trojans, and it was the season’s first loss for the Lions.

TCU 88, Alabama 67. The Horned Frogs are 6-1.

First wins:

Loyola-Chicago 46, Chicago State 28.

Montana 68, CS Fullerton 47.

Hard-fought second wins:

Grand Canyon 77, Florida Atlantic 73 (2OT)

Cornell 48, Stony Brook 40. It was the first loss of the season for Seawolves.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule. Marquette and Green Bay looks tasty……

Sunday’s games:

UConn-Notre Dame headlines Sunday’s blockbuster schedule.

Katie Lou Samuelson might return to the Husky lineup.

College team news:

Notre Dame is again adjusting to a shrinking roster.

Oregon coach Kelly Graves and guard Sabrina Ionescu talk about the state of the team.

Oregon State isn’t satisfied with their close losses to top 25 teams.

College player news:

Jordin Canada, the quiet leader, part I.

Arizona State is working to keep game-changer Jamie Ruden healthy.

Shandricka Sessom of Ole Miss tore her ACL in the game against MTSU earlier this week and is out for the season.

College coach news:

Temple coach Tonya Cardoza’s contract has been extended through 2021-2022.

Richard Barron is the special assistant to the UMaine AD for the next seven months, while he’s on medical leave.

WNBA news:

Senior watch.

Alaina Coates is healthy, graduating and getting ready for the WNBA.

Tina Charles: the basketball star who’s helping victims of sudden cardiac arrest.

WNBA president Lisa Borders expects the Liberty to remain in New York.

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