The MAC is wild…….Ohio stunned Central Michigan, 78-75.
Rice sets a program record…..13 straight wins with today’s over Marshall, 79-67.
Washington State edged Arizona, 90-88.
Penn held on to stop Yale, 54-48.
No. 1 Baylor 89, TCU 71
No. 14 Texas 91, Kansas 73
No. 22 Iowa State 77, West Virginia 61
Buffalo 75, Kent State 66
Miami Ohio…..what a turnaround to be second in the MAC’s East division after tonight’s 82-75 win over Bowling Green.
North Texas 76, Western Kentucky 67
BYU 75, Pacific 49
Old Dominion 70, Middle Tennessee 65
Portland State 85, Northern Colorado 66
Pepperdine 76, Santa Clara 74
Texas Tech 90, Oklahoma State 78
Tasty match ups on tomorrow’s game scheduleOld
College team news:
Maryland feels more than prepared for its rematch with Rutgers.
Indiana is celebrating Black History Month with special uniforms.
Oregon State looks to continue to grow after losing to Stanford last night.
A player-led halftime speech shows Ball State’s growth.
Oklahoma continues the hunt to slay their long losing streak.
San Francisco is building on a youthful core.
Mississippi State will be a litmus test for the Lady Vols.
Duke looks to extend their 26-game winning streak over Virginia tomorrow.
College player news:
Kristine Anigwe became Cal’s all-time leading scorer last night.
For Grambling State’s Shakyla Hill, quadruple-doubles are great, but she wants wins.
Christyn Williams is retaining her swagger at UConn.
Laila Arthur will walk on to West Virginia.
College coach news:
For ODU coach Nikki McCray-Penson, Hoops For the Cure has a special meaning.