So many stories

Today’s results:

No. 6 Stanford routed Washington State, 71-49.

Though short-handed, No. 24 West Virginia won their seventh in a row, 73-53 over Texas Tech.

Oklahoma State ran past Texas, 68-51.

Oklahoma held off Kansas, 84-81.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Oregon is leaning on defense.

Ohio State looks ahead to a tough matchup.

Iowa State wants a short memory going into their game against Kansas State.

After yesterday’s blowout, Oregon State looks like a team with an NCAA Tournament future.

Why Alabama deserves to be ranked.

Missouri must end their turnover woes against Florida.

Siena hopes their next trip doesn’t come up empty.

UC Riverside is finding a rhythm.

Wisconsin has lost 10 straight.

Stanford is set to return to campus after COVID restrictions were lifted Monday.

Arizona has postponed their weekend games, due to COVID restrictions.

South Dakota State has canceled this weekend’s games due to COVID protocols.

Marist has entered a COVID pause.

Niagara has entered their third COVID pause of the season.

College player news:

The NCAA’s starting five.

The Ducks are confident their three injured players will return this week.

Wake Forest is leaning on seniors Gina Conti and Ivana Raca, and it’s working.

Minnesota sophomore guard Jasmine Powell is being challenged by coach Lindsay Whalen.

Talia von Oelhoffen made her presence felt immediately for the Beavers.

Saylor Poffenbarger is cleared to play for UConn.

Mikayla Boykin, Sara Anastasieska and Jayda Adams will transfer from Duke.

College coach news:

Arkansas coach Mike Neighbors is trivia savvy and stuck in the 80’s.

WNBA news:

Sources say Candace Parker will sign with the Chicago Sky.

What does the move mean for all parties?

Kayla McBride says she’s signing with the Lynx.

Minnesota will bolster their backcourt with her addition.

Asia Durr talked last night on HBO’s “Real Sports” about her long-haul COVID symptoms, which have kept her from playing.

Her future in hoops is uncertain.

Durr talked with ESPN’s Mechelle Voepel.