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Today’s results:

No. 2 Baylor beat up Kansas, 97-44.

Kansas State ran past Texas Tech, 84-70.

Oklahoma rolled by West Virginia, 68-58.

Iowa State stopped Oklahoma State, 74-63.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

No. 2 Baylor set a school record in tonight’s 53-point rout of Kansas – the biggest margin in a Big 12 game.

Central Michigan is 10-0 in MAC play after tonight’s win.

Wichita State set a school single-game record for three-pointers in tonight’s victory, with 15.

“All these memories”: inside the history of Tennessee and Mississippi State.

Oregon State is returning to form ahead of their home stand.

Nebraska is on the outside looking in for the NCAA Tournament.

Duke begins their final run for the postseason with a rivalry match up with North Carolina.

Jacksonville State looks to replicate their success on the road.

Possible postseason scenarios for the SEC.

College player news:

Jazmine Jones waited her turn, and her patience is paying off for Louisville.

Fran Belibi, the Stanford freshman that can fly.

A quiet freshman guard is starting to make noise for Maryland.

Northwestern captain Veronica Burton is shining as a third generation Wildcat.

Lauryn Miller has evolved into a reliable starter “mother” for No. 10 UCLA.

Iowa could use a healthy Monika Czinano against Nebraska.

Ohio: the new and improved Edecia Beck.

Gabrielle Cooper’s shooting struggles mirror that of Syracuse’s.

LSU senior forward Ayanna Mitchell will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury suffered in Sunday’s game.

Minnesota freshman Sara Scalia shot down self-doubt and started draining shots.

Ten student-athletes from Texas Southern and Alabama State, along with two managers, have been suspended after an on-court brawl Monday.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

International news:

How the coronavirus and the Australian wildfires are affecting players overseas.

Sophie Cunningham is shooting for a cause Down Under.

Can the team-first culture of Canada basketball keep convincing its WNBA stars to come back?

Canada is just two wins away from Tokyo.

The stage is set for FIBA’s Olympic qualifying tournament.