#2 Baylor continues to be in a league of their own: they thrashed Oklahoma State, 86-50.
#3 Maryland might have their own league, too: they pounded Northwestern, 96-65.
But congrats to Wildcat Nia Coffey, who has joined the 2,000-point, 1,000-rebound club.
Remember how #15 Texas' schedule looked so foreboding? They're handling it: Longhorns 83, TCU 54. It was the 200th career win for Texas coach Karen Aston.
Buffalo was undefeated until recently; now they've lost a third game. Central Michigan 88, Buffalo 71.
Upset: San Diego State 84, Boise State 77.
#11 Ohio State staved off Michigan, 96-87.
Purdue 64, Penn State 61.
Illinois 78, Rutgers 41.
Seven games were postponed today due to inclement weather. All scores.
Tomorrow's schedule features my beloved Pac 12 and SEC conferences.
College team news:
A major brawl broke out in today's UNLV-Utah State game.
UConn made a slain teen an honorary team member.
Syracuse is hosting Doggy Dome Day tomorrow.
College player news:
Drexel's Meghan Creighton is using her assists on court to help people off court.
Kentucky senior Makayla Epps is having fun on the floor again.
DePaul's Jessica January and Creighton's MC McGrory are eyeing similar futures.
Maddie Manning's well-rounded play is important to Oklahoma.
Sierra Calhoun and Asia Doss are giving Ohio State extra scoring options.
College coach news:
Texas assistant Tina Thompson applauds the Longhorns for their passion and attitude in rebounding.
WNBA player news:
WNBA players are staying in Turkey for now.