Storylines of every stripe


Ole Miss sunk No. 15 Kentucky, 72-60.

More results:

No. 1 Louisville 97, Boston College 68

No. 2 South Carolina 77, Auburn 58

No. 7 Texas A&M 54, LSU 41

No. 8 Baylor 83, Kansas 50

No. 10 Maryland 84, Wisconsin 48

No. 11 Ohio State 92, Iowa 87

No. 16 Arkansas 85, Missouri 80

No. 25 Georgia 83, Alabama 76 (OT)

Syracuse 85, Wake Forest 78

Georgia Tech 71, Clemson 69

Penn State 85, Nebraska 74

Florida State 61, North Carolina 51

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

No. 6 Stanford returns to home court this weekend for the first time in over two months.

West Virginia is cruising with nine straight wins.

Slow starts continue to plague Arizona State.

Oregon State has postponed this weekend’s games due to COVID issues.

Rutgers postponed their return to the court tonight in the wake of a positive COVID test.

Can the Scarlet Knights still get a good seed in the Tournament?

Villanova has paused activities due to COVID issues.

VCU has postponed games due to COVID issues.

Down to five available players, Siena has postponed the weekend’s games.

Canisius has canceled the remainder of its season.

College player news:

Katrina McClain Award watch list.

Elissa Cunane is putting up historical numbers.

California freshmen Daeja Holmes and Simone James are quickly making an impact at Georgia Southern.

Oregon State newcomer Talia van Oelhoffen is following in Jamie Weisner’s footsteps.

College coach news:

Brenda Frese notched Maryland career win 499 tonight, tying the program record.

FSU interim coach Brooke Wycoff is balancing parenting with the demands of her job.

Q&A with new Brown coach Monique LeBlanc.

WNBA news:

Mental health counseling did wonders for Brittney Griner.

Natalie Achonwa will bring the little things to the Lynx.

Erica Wheeler is excited for new beginnings with the Sparks.

Jasmine Thomas has re-signed with the Sun.

Tianna Hawkins has signed a multi-year deal with the Dream.

USA Basketball news:

The National Team opened camp today.

Photo gallery.

Veterans Sylvia Fowles and Nneka Ogwumike are excited to be back.