West Virginia bet Oklahoma 89-76. In the loss the Sooners received 11 points from Junior Rashard Odomes (Copperas Cove, TX) and Junior Jamuni McNeace (Allen, TX) who had 12 points/8 rebounds.
Colorado beat Arizona 80-77. Senior George King (San Antonio, TX) had 5 points/11 rebounds for the Buffaloes in the win.
Fort Wayne beat Denver 82-63. Sophomore Jake Krafka had 5 points/9 rebounds in the loss for the Pioneers.
New Mexico State demolished Chicago State 97-60 as Senior Jemerrio Jones had 18 points/16 rebounds/5 assists in the win for the Aggies.
San Francisco bet Pepperdine 80-67. True Freshman Colbey Ross (Aurora, CO) had 23 points/5 rebounds in the loss for the Waves.
Sam Houston State beat Incarnate Word 85-74. Junior Abrian Edwards (Pflugerville, TX) had 10 points, as did Junior Josh Delaney (Harker Heights, TX).
Indiana beat Minnesota 75-71. Junior Jordan Murphy (San Antonio, TX) continued his assault on the record books with his 17th straight double double. He's now tied with Wake Forest and San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan for most consecutive double doubles to start a season. Murphy had 18 points/10 rebounds for the Gophers in the loss.
It took double overtime for the Central Arkansas Bears to beat Lamar. True Freshman Jordan Foster (Lafayette, LA) had 7 points/7 rebounds/3 blocks in the loss for the Cardinals.
Jacksonville State beat Belmont 64-60. Junior Christian Cunningham (Albuquerque, NM) had 8 points/4 rebounds in the win for the Gamecocks.
Jackson State beat Alcorn State 60-55. Sophomore Tyler Carter (Clear Lake, TX) had 6 points/8 rebounds in the loss for the Braves.
Montana beat Northern Colorado 89-80. Sophomore Jonah Radebaugh (Thornton, CO) had 15 points/9 rebounds in the loss for the Bears.
Idaho State beat Northern Arizona 64-60. Senior Gino Littles (Scottsdale, AZ) had a career high 22 points in the loss for the Lumberjacks.
Saint Mary's College beat San Diego 70-63. Senior Cullen Neal (Albuquerque, NM) had 14 points in the win for the Gaels.