Things remain interesting on day six


No. 8 South Carolina outlasted No. 4 Maryland, 63-54.

More results:

No. 5 UConn got past Cal, 72-61.

Rider knocked off Penn State, 78-70.

Drake stopped Iowa State, 86-81.

Nebraska slipped by Missouri in OT, 90-85.

Missouri State edged Boise State, 72-69.¬†A statement win slipped through the Bronco’s grasp.

Chennedy Carter led No. 6 Texas A&M over Duke, 79-58.

No. 23 Minnesota rebounded from their opening game loss and thumped Vermont, 90-56.

No. 13 Kentucky 67, Middle Tennessee 52

No. 14 NC State 80, UNC Wilmington 40

No. 18 Miami 83, Jackson State 68

No. 24 Indiana 111, Nicholls State 47

No. 25 Michigan 77, Bradley 57

Columbia 70, Fordham 51

Ohio 81, American 69

Princeton 75, George Washington 50

Northern Illinois 74, North Dakota State 68 (OT)

Ohio State 89, Valparaiso 38

St. Louis 60, Cincinnati 50

Colorado 80, NJIT 57

TCU 59, Cornell 49

Rhode Island 68, Hartford 56….first-year coach Tammi Reiss has the Rams off to a 2-0 start

Oklahoma 82, UAB 75

Ole Miss 66, UL Monroe 42

Tulane 64, Washington 62

Florida 71, Longwood 54

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule¬†features some interesting match ups.

College team news:

Oregon preview.

The Gamecocks are getting it right after transfer difficulties.

What we learned from Drake’s win today.

An early-season test awaits the Lady Vols.

Inside the brand Mississippi State built.

Northwestern preview.

Lehigh wants a Patriot League title.

College player news:

Maine standout Blanca Millan is leaving an indelible mark on the program.

College coach news:

Lance White enters his second year at Pitt with hope, and a mostly-new roster.