Some positive, some negative

Today's results:


Still in progress right now: No. 1 Stanford is trouncing Cal, which will give Cardinal coach Tara VanDerveer her 1,098th career win and will tie her with Pat Summitt. No doubt there will be plenty of copy on that tomorrow.


No. 4 NC State rallied past Boston College, 75-69.


No. 8 Oregon cruised past No. 15 Oregon State, 79-59.


No. 9 Kentucky's 88-54 win over Samford means they're 6-0.


No. 10 Texas A&M stopped Abilene Christian, 77-59.


No. 11 UCLA made work of USC, 73-52.


No. 13 Arkansas won its fourth straight, thrashing UCA, 105-58.


No. 24 DePaul had to rally to get by Loyola Chicago, 76-67.


No. 25 Gonzaga held on to defeat Montana, 58-51.


A triple-double from Dyaisha Fair paced Buffalo over Akron, 85-77.


Arizona State responded to a halftime lecture to down San Diego, 64-55.


Clutch shots propelled FGCU over UCF, 70-57.


Georgia Tech handled Notre Dame, 82-67.


TCU edged MTSU, 83-77.


Vanderbilt squeaked by Chattanooga, 80-78.


Washington routed Portland, 83-56.


West Virginia dominated James Madison, 85-54.


All scores


Tomorrow's game schedule (for now)


College team news:


No. 23 Texas had to postponed their game against Tennessee today due to contact tracing issues in the Longhorn program.


Kansas has canceled their game tomorrow against UT Rio Grande Valley due to COVID protocols within the Jayhawk program.


Coastal Carolina is paused after a positive COVID test.


North Carolina scheduled an impromptu game against Miami.


Ball State returns to the court tomorrow.


College player news:


Paige Bueckers showed how she will dazzle fans at Gampel Pavilion in her debut yesterday.


What coach Geno Auriemma liked about the rest of the Huskies.


Bonus:


Former NCAA director of women's and men's basketball tournament Sue Donohoe died after a long illness.