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Louisville No. 1 in combined men's and women's college basketball rankings

Louisville, in the AP top 10 in both men's and women's college hoops, leads ESPN's updated combined rankings.

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Can Kentucky topple rival Louisville?

How good is unbeaten Kentucky? How hard did graduation hit Mississippi State? And what do we expect from No. 1 Stanford after its two-week break?

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Bracketology

Big Ten puts 11 teams in field

UConn joins Pac-12 trio on the top line

After Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and UConn as No. 1 seeds, Baylor, Florida State, Louisville and South Carolina are 2-seeds.

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Can Notre Dame still make the NCAA tournament?

At 5-6 and with a tough ACC schedule looming, the Irish could miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1995.

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So what do we know about UConn so far this season?

UConn is 8-0 and undefeated. And on Sunday, junior Megan Walker showed the rest of the country she might be ready to be the next great Huskies player.

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UConn's Megan Walker is espnW's player of the week

More confident and more comfortable taking charge, Megan Walker came into the season prepared for more responsibility. The junior has delivered.

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No. 11 Aggies overcome TCU 70-68

Texas A&M guard Shambria Washington says playing like they have everything to lose is what keeps them grounded in challenging matchups.

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Razorbacks finish with a 50-point victory against Tulsa

After defeating the Golden Hurricane 91-41, Arkansas guard Alexis Tolefree says Razorbacks will be a threat in the SEC due to all the options they have on the court.

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Tennessee

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Davis eclipses 1,000 career points for Lady Vols

Junior Rennia Davis surpasses 1,000 career points for the No. 23 Lady Vols with a 23-point, 11-rebound night in a 79-41 win against Colorado State.

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  • UConn joins Pac-12 trio on No. 1 line

    Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and UConn are on the top line. Baylor, Florida State, Louisville and South Carolina are 2-seeds.