So many storylines, so much time

Today’s results:

No. 5 Louisville broke a school points record in their 116-75 romp over No. 20 DePaul.

No. 7 Arizona slipped past No. 9 UCLA, 68-65.

No. 10 Oregon routed Colorado, 82-53.

Virginia Tech’s win tonight gives them a 4-0 start.

Nebraska only has five players back, but that was enough for a first win tonight.

UCF downed LSU, 58-48.

Arizona State edged USC, 63-58.

Washington handled Cal, 80-53.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s game schedule.

College team news:

Flexibility is key for the Pac-12 this year.

Oregon opens the season with their sights set on their fourth straight Pac-12 title.

Stanford has added two games and moved practices to Las Vegas.

Big Ten intensity is here early as Iowa readies for its league opener.

Duke looks to continue their strong start against East Carolina tomorrow.

Albany has resumed practice.

UC Davis season preview.

San Diego State has lost two players for the year to leg injuries.

Washington State doesn’t have the minimum number of athletes available to play, due to COVID protocol and contact tracing. They have canceled their first three games.

The Creighton-Xavier game has been postponed due to an unspecified COVID issue.

A positive COVID test at UT-Arlington has shut down their game against Houston.

Kent State-Ohio has been postponed, with no reason given.

After losing two key players, Cal State Fullerton is rebuilding.

College player news:

Maryland freshman star Angel Reese broke her foot in last night’s game and will miss 12 weeks.

Kentucky’s Rhyne Howard was rusty in her return to the court last night.

Howard’s rocky start to the season is not a cause for concern.

Uncertainty surrounds Ayoka Lee as the injury bug bites Kansas State.

UNC Greensboro’s Jordan Releford used resilience and patience to overcome two knee surgeries.

Florida transfer Brylee Bartram is immediately eligible at Vanderbilt.

Ohio State transfer Janai Crooms has immediate eligibility at Michigan State.

College coach news:

Dawn Staley laid out some harsh truths after South Carolina’s upset last night.

Siena coach Ali Jaques is worried about her team’s mental health.

WNBA news:

In today’s WNBA draft lottery, the Liberty won first pick, the Wings will pick second, the Dream third, and the Fever, fourth.