Big things poppin…..again

Today’s results:

Upset: West Virginia throttled No. 17 Texas, 92-58. Kysre Gondrezick scored a team-high 24 points for the Mountaineers after the death of her father.

No. 22 Northwestern bounced back to beat Iowa, 77-67.

Central Michigan grabbed their fourth straight by bouncing Buffalo, 79-63.

No. 18 South Florida 80, Houston 51

No. 21 Gonzaga 75, Portland 43

Oklahoma State 69, TCU 50

Rice 55, UTEP 43

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

The Gamecocks returned negative COVID tests and will play tomorrow.

Louisville is back in their ACC groove and preparing for Clemson.

No. 14 Mississippi State looks to continue their success against rival Ole Miss tomorrow.

It’s time to take Oklahoma State seriously.

The Gophers are getting it half right.

Siena won their first game of the season tonight, after a month’s wait.

Oregon State’s pause is just temporary, and they’re getting closer to returning to the court.

College player news:

Colorado freshman Frida Formann is making an early splash.

Ole Miss freshman Madison Scott is making her mark.

Minnesota’s Jasmine Powell has elevated her three-point shot.

Duke’s Nyah Green talks about her transfer, Final Four aspirations and more.

College coach news:

With today’s win, UConn coach Geno Auriemma has tied Pat Summitt’s career wins record of 1,098.

Maureen Magarity’s Holy Cross team beat dad Dave Magarity’s Army squad today.

Kelly Graves’ new contract includes a $1 million base salary.

How Yolett McPhee-McCuin and Nikki McCray-Penson bring a new look to the Mississippi schools rivalry.

Joye Lee-McNelis has stage four lung cancer.

WNBA news:

Sue Bird reflects on the Raphael Warnock election and the attack on the Capitol.