College basketball scores, schedule, NCAA top 25 rankings, games today: UNC, Gonzaga in action

It’s been more than seven months since Kansas defeated North Carolina to capture the national championship in New Orleans. Now, at long last, a new college basketball season is upon us. The 2022-23 campaign will see the 25 top-ranked teams in action day and night across the country from Monday.

No. 5 Baylor pointed things out earlier in the day by crushing Mississippi Valley State 117-53 behind contributions from 10 players. No. as heavy favorites for home games at 6:30 p.m. 4 Kentucky, no. 16 Villanova and the no. 22 The action is happening as much as every tip as Michigan.

Games continue throughout the night, with Sacramento State capping off No. 8 offered by UCLA. While there are no obvious marquee matchups, the night will give us our first look at most of the national rivals.

This being college basketball — a game that thrives on upsets — it wouldn’t be a shock to see two shocking outcomes as teams try to shake off their grudges early.

CBS Sports will be here every step of the way to keep you updated with the latest scores, highlights and storylines throughout the evening. East at all times

College basketball scores, standings

No. 5 Baylor 117, Mississippi Valley State 53 — Review
No. 4 Kentucky 95, Howard 63 — Review
No. 22 Michigan 75, PFW 66 — Review
No. 16 Villanova 81, La Salle 68 — Review
No. 7 Duke 71, Jacksonville 44 — Review
No. 13 Indiana 88, Morehead State 53 — Review
No. 11 Tennessee 75, Tennessee Tech 43 — Review
No. 15 Auburn 70, George Mason 52 — Review
Northern Colorado no. 3 In Houston — Review
No. 10 Arkansas 76, North Dakota State 58 — Review
Memphis 76, Vanderbilt 67 — Review
No. 5 Kansas 89, Omaha 64 — Review
No. 9 Creighton 72, St. Thomas 60 — Review
UNC-Wilmington no. 1 North Carolina — ACC Network — Game Tracker
No. in North Florida. 2 Gonzaga — Game Tracker
UTEP no. 12 Texas — Longhorn Network — Game Tracker
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