Quiet week with some big news

Today's results:


No. 3 UConn 90, Villanova 52


No. 15 Northwestern 79, Eastern Kentucky 50


No. 18 DePaul 90, Creighton 81


No. 20 South Florida 73, Cincinnati 61


No. 25 Michigan State 94, Oakland 56


Buffalo 87, Western Michigan 66


TCU 62, Oral Roberts 48


Iowa State 85, Drake 67


All scores


Tomorrow's game schedule


College team news:


DePaul is the NCAA's team of the week.


Despite being undefeated, NC State has lost momentum in conference play.


The season's early stages are full of positives for Michigan State.


With today's win over Memphis, Houston is off to their best start in 10 years.


Chattanooga is adjusting to the new SoCon schedule.


Ohio State has imposed a postseason ban on women's basketball as the NCAA investigates the program for infractions.


College player news:


Iowa freshman Caitlin Clark had a triple-double in the Hawkeyes' win today.


Iowa State's freshmen are improving early.


Player's Court: Rhyne Howard, University of Kentucky.


Andra Espinoza-Hunter has been granted immediate eligibility at Seton Hall.


Nebraska transfer Kayla Mershon brings a helping hand to Minnesota.


Former Kansas standout Angela Aycock found a higher calling.


College coach news:


St. Francis Brooklyn coach Linda Cimino impermissibly contacted recruits and offered inducements at her previous school.


High school news:


ESPN's top 25.


WNBA news:


The Sparks have restructured their management and named Derek Fisher the general manager.


The Naismith Hall of Fame candidates for next year include Yolanda Griffith, Lauren Jackson and Val Ackerman.


Nneka Ogwumike reflects on 2020.