You didn’t hear anything either? No upsets today.
No. 16 Gonzaga nipped Pacific, 68-67.
No. 25 Princeton handled Penn, 75-55.
Short-handed Oklahoma leaned on balance in their 81-72 win over Iowa State.
Kansas State handed Texas Tech their second loss of the season, 76-72.
Ohio ousted Buffalo, 76-65.
Washington State bounced Washington, 66-59.
Marist won their sixth straight with a 94-67 rout of Niagara.
Old Dominion rallied to eclipse Charlotte, 54-51.
Tomorrow’s game schedule is loaded with fiery match ups.
College team news:
Oregon State isn’t focused on possibly being No. 1 in the polls next week.
South Carolina has begun SEC play with red-hot offense.
After last night’s buzzer-beating win, Missouri State has the top RPI.
Arizona State will try for an encore upset of Oregon State tomorrow.
NC State has a chance to bounce back against Notre Dame.
After helping shuffle the deck, Texas faces No. 19 West Virginia tomorrow.
What’s behind Iowa’s run, after Megan Gustafson’s departure. The Hawkeyes can share the Big Ten lead tomorrow.
Early success has strengthened the Missouri Valley Conference teams.
Amid their success in the Big South, Winthrop is making history.
Penn’s weaknesses were exposed against Princeton today.
College player news:
Rhyne Howard’s versatility is producing eye-popping numbers.
Oklahoma’s Taylor Robertson is on pace to break the NCAA single-season record for three-point shots.
Borislava Hristova became the first Washington State player to score 2,000 points.
Stanford’s Haley Jones is getting better every day.
East Tennessee State guard Erica Haynes-Overton has transferred to Kansas.
College coach news:
Loyola Chicago coach Kate Achter is turning the program around.
Former Colorado coach Linda Lappe is now a senior associate athletic director at San Francisco.
Why Diamond DeShields decided to take a break from social media.