Intensity, milestones


LSU ran away from the #10 Lady Vols, 70-59.


During the tense game between #9 South Carolina and #11 Missouri today, a brawl broke out and two Tiger players were ejected.

The Gamecocks got revenge from their first matchup with a 64-54 win.

What South Carolina players said about the scuffle.

More results:

#3 Mississippi State is 22-0 after a 69-49 victory over Ole Miss.

#3 Baylor defeateed #20 West Virginia, 83-72.

#5 Notre Dame stymied #8 Florida State, 100-69.

#7 Oregon beat Utah, 84-68.

#13 UCLA overcame Washington State, 79-71.

#15 Texas A&M stomped Vanderbilt, 91-67.

#16 Michigan routed Northwestern, 80-59.

#21 Georgia stayed perfect on the road with a 66-57 win over Florida.

Kansas State slipped by Kansas in OT, 63-59.

Asia Durr scored 26 to lead #4 Louisville past Wake Forest.

Nebraska is on fire, and today they destroyed Iowa, 92-74. It was “like a bad dream” for the Hawkeyes.

#25 Arizona State took care of Cal, 57-42.

Auburn snapped a six-game skid by downing Alabama, 69-60.

USC took out Washington, 72-61.

Western Kentucky stopped Louisiana Tech, 74-64.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.


Sabrina Inoescu got her ninth triple-double of the season today for Oregon: 19 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds.

Michigan coach Kim Barnes Arico won her 400th career game today.

DIII Emmanuel coach Andrew Yosinoff reached the 800-career win plateau today, and is 15 away from the Division record.

Ceal Barry received the Jane Wahl Legacy Award for her basketball coaching achievements at Colorado.

College team news:

Five things that make Mississippi State the successful program it has become.

Duke and the Chinese National Team are collaborating.

Nebraska is holding opponents well below their scoring average.

Beating Tennessee checked a lot of boxes for LSU.

After a strong season start, New Mexico has dipped below .500 in conference play.

Twenty-five years ago, Iowa had a fairy-tale season.

College player news:

Oregon guard Maite Cazorla shook off a hand injury in Friday’s game to score 21 points today.

Colorado’s Annika Jank remains confident despite the team’s Pac-12 struggles.

WNBA news:

The Las Vegas Aces have made some front office hirings.