Michigan State held on to hand No. 4 Indiana their first loss of the season, 83-78.
Duke upended No. 6 NC State, 72-58.
Clemson surprised No. 7 Virginia Tech, 64-59.
Florida State toppled No. 13 North Carolina, 78-71.
More results…….the SEC is interesting already, on opening day:
No. 1 South Carolina 76, Texas A&M 34
No. 5 Notre Dame escaped Miami, 66-63.
No. 9 LSU 69, No. 24 Arkansas 45
No. 12 Iowa 83, Purdue 68
No. 18 Arizona 84, Arizona State 66
No. 19 Gonzaga 77, Pepperdine 63
Ole Miss 79, Auburn 47
Alabama 56, Georgia 53
Tennessee 77, Florida 67
Mississippi State 72, Vanderbilt 44
Virginia 69, Georgia Tech 63
Louisville 86, Syracuse 77
Illinois 79, Wisconsin 63
Missouri 74, Kentucky 71
Tomorrow’s game schedule has some Pac-12 and Big Ten flavor
College team news:
Seven DII teams are off to surprisingly great starts this season.
What to know about record-setting Pac-12 nonconference play.
The rise and fall, and rise again, of the Hoosiers.
Senior-less Utah is reaching new heights.
Winning UCLA, USC taking strength and momentum into Pac-12 play.
Minnesota has had moments, but the Big Ten giants await.
Washington is back together after travel delays, and is ready for opening weekend.
College player news:
Which transfers have been the most dominant so far this season?
Sam Breen got her confidence back at UMass.
LSU transfer Hannah Gusters has landed at Oklahoma State.
Oregon transfer Jenna Isai has committed to BYU.
Iowa State’s Beatriz Jordao is retiring for medical reasons.
College coach news:
Siena coach Jim Jabir will step aside temporarily while the University investigates allegations that he made racially insensitive and misogynistic comments.