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First, Matt Bollant’s resurgent Illinois program takes down #9 Kentucky, 77-71 in Paradise. The Wildcats recovered for a win against Oklahoma, but it did take them overtime.

Then #5 Stanford (yikes, what an opening schedule of games!) only manages to score 19 in the first half against #11 UNC on its way to a 70-54 defeat.

#17 Iowa was up two at the half over Arkansas, then the Razorbacks made mincemeat of them in the second, earning a 77-67 win.

#15 Huskers were down 7 at the half, but rallied to defeat UCLA, 71-66.

#1 USCar was down 4 to #22 Syracuse, but rallied for four-point win.

On the flip side:

#14 Cal scored 61 – yes, that’s right, 61! –  in the first half against San Diego Jose (thanks, Melanie!) State, on its way to a 110-87 victory.

#3 UConn routed. #13 Baylor routed. #12 Louisville routed. # Duke routed (with a strong second half).

#10 Maryland handled James Madison, 80-64.

Betnijah Laney tallied her fifth double-double as #21 Rutgers defeated Colgate… but the Scarlet Knights only managed to score 60 pts.

In other games:

Washington took down Florida State, 80-68.

Princeton gave Wake Forest their first loss of the season, 72-55, and then easily dispatched Montana.

Wonder if the Tigers will need to pay attention to Big Green: Dartmouth moves to 3-0 with a win over Cal Poly.

South Florida came up with a nice win for the program, taking down Oklahoma, 83-68. They then took down the Wildcat-slaying Illini, 67-61. ‘ware the Bulls?

Green Bay dispatched Georgia Tech, 71-50.

We’ll see how significant this win is as the season progresses: Michigan over Washington State, 76-64.

The Hatters are 4-0, courtesy of their win over Marist.

American surprised previously undefeated Gonzaga, 59-56.

Not my fault: a last-second three means Virginia goes down to Toledo, 64-62.

Western Kentucky’s been playing a LOT of basketball… but they still managed to defeat Tulane, 69-64.

Yup, it was quite a game: Fresno State 93, San Diego 88. The kind of game that makes Debbie smile.

More injury news for Ohio State, as they lose Beach in the loss against Wichita State.

Trouble in Puerto Vallarta: Santa Clara women have two games canceled at tournament in Mexico

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