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Too early for indicators, but some intrigue

Some interesting scores on this Friday……

Today’s results:

No. 1 Notre Dame 103, Harvard 58

No. 5 Louisville 78, Chattanooga 49

No. 6 Mississippi State 72, Virginia 44

No. 8 Oregon State 79, Cal Poly 54

No. 13 Iowa 90, Oral Roberts 77

No. 14 Georgia 67, St. Bonaventure 40

No. 15 DePaul 73, Green Bay 64

Dayton 67, Colgate 58

Oklahoma State 62, Arkansas State 60

San Diego State 58, Hawaii 57

North Carolina 73, Kent State 60

BYU 72, UC Riverside 70 (OT)

Wake Forest 69, Mercer 54

Middle Tennessee 65, Vanderbilt 58

Houston 95, Georgia Tech 89 (2OT)

IUPUI 66, Mississippi 58

Oklahoma 90, Western Kentucky 83

South Dakota State 80, FGCU 62

Minnesota 70, New Hampshire 47

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.


List of ESPN personalities set to cover the game.

College team news:

Maryland has “so many weapons” this year.

Even if unspoken, Oregon has a postseason destination in mind.

South Carolina season preview.

For the first time in years, North Carolina is ready to dominate.

Duke will face a tough road test Sunday at Northwestern.

Oregon roster breakdown.

New-look UTEP will be faster and more explosive this year.

Kentucky is returning to “40 minutes of dread.”

UConn heads into new territory this season.

After years of perfection, could this year be UConn’s stumble?

College player news:

Words from Indiana’s Brenna Wise.

Marina Mabrey was out for Notre Dame’s season opener.

Coach Dawn Staley and Bianca Jackson on how she’s become a veteran for the Gamecocks.

Redshirt freshman Amandine Toi will miss a second straight season for Virginia after injuring her knee in practice. She will have surgery.

CMU legend Crystal Bradford returned to campus for the team’s season opener.

Best players lists:

WomensHoopsWorld has a top performers list.

ESPN has a writer-voted list.

College coach news:

Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer coached her 999th career win today.

Lindsay Whalen is breaking records for Minnesota again.

How Matt Insell reunited with father Rick at MTSU.

Jim Littell sees promise in young, guard-oriented Oklahoma State.

WNBA news:

A source says Minnesota Lynx assistant coach James Wade has been hired as the Chicago Sky’s new head coach.

A’ja Wilson has returned from China to rehab a knee injury.

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