FGCU took down another ranked team……..today it was No. 21 South Florida, 81-77.
LSU edged No. 15 Michigan State, 58-56.
South Dakota State bested Notre Dame, 65-59.
Purdue is 5-0 after routing Drake, 67-47.
Long Beach State overcame Penn State, 64-56.
No. 2 Baylor had to fight hard to defeat No. 17 Indiana, 77-62.
Utah outlasted archrival BYU in OT, 77-73.
No. 3 Stanford (after escaping upset last night), they drilled No. 18 Syracuse, 77-59, behind freshman Hannah Jump’s eight three-point shots.
No. 7 Oregon State pounded No. 19 Miami, 75-53.
No. 12 NC State topped Texas, 84-73.
No. 25 Arkansas took care of Fordham, 71-59.
South Dakota ran away from Ohio State, 68-53.
North Carolina is 6-0 after dropping struggling Missouri, 82-69.
Virginia Tech is 6-0 after surviving Belmont, 60-58.
No. 24 Arizona crushed UC Riverside, 70-27.
Creighton pulled away to down Temple, 69-59.
No. 22 Gonzaga 76, Dayton 65
No. 8 Louisville 69, Oklahoma State 48
No. 9 Maryland 63, Clemson 44
No. 10 Mississippi State 83, Green Bay 58
No. 1 Oregon 91, UT Arlington 54
Middle Tennessee 73, Auburn 50
Marquette 77, Saint Mary’s 63
Ohio 72, Pitt 50
Arizona State 57, Maine 31
Memphis 72, Kansas State 68
Duke 66, Penn 50
Georgia 69, Butler 36
Washington 75, Howard 58
Nebraska 67, USC 54
Tomorrow’s game schedule
College team news:
South Dakota State’s win over Notre Dame today was the 1,000th for the program.
UCLA will face UCF and Virginia this weekend in its first road stanza of the season.
Montana State is emphasizing ball security.
Illinois State is shooting for another win.
Five teams that are under the radar.
College player news:
Oregon State’s Kat Tudor has found her shot.
Rennia Davis profile.
Sabrina Haines is a major weapon for Kentucky.
With a high motor, Taryn McCutcheon plays big for Michigan State.
Maine senior Blanca Millan was injured in tonight’s game, and didn’t return.
Michigan transfer Ariel Young is headed to North Carolina.
College coach news:
Why Georgia players are thankful for coach Joni Taylor.
Lyon College coach Tracy Stewart-Lange won her 300th career game.