Louisville falls off the top line, six SEC teams are in the top 16, Oregon State joins the field and an ACC trio are among the "first four out."
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- 12/1W 67-62
- 12/616L 83-78
- 12/10W 65-45
- 12/14W 91-45
- 12/16W 86-52
- 12/18W 136-43
- 12/19W 117-24
- 1/2W 74-50
- 1/16L 75-71
- 1/20W 77-58
- 1/23W 84-61
- 1/26W 82-49
- 1/31W 85-77
- 2/4W 83-50
- 2/7W 64-52
- 2/10W 82-50
- 2/14W 60-35
- 2/21W 77-66
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- Guard Carr transfers to Baylor from Texas Tech
- Mulkey on NCAA: 'Almighty dollar' trumps health
The No. 1 pick changed hands, but Charli Collier still tops the WNBA draft board after a lot of free-agency movement.
Pistons-Mavericks, Predators-Stars, and a host of men's and women's college basketball games have been impacted by the wintry weather in Texas this week.
In a season of COVID-19 pauses and cancellations, anything seems possible. So just how far could each team in Monday's top-16 reveal go in 2021?
From why Baylor and NC State were seeded lower than expected to how COVID-19 pauses impacted seeds, here are the biggest takeaways from the reveal.
The NCAA selection committee will reveal its current top-16 teams at halftime of Monday's Stanford-Oregon game (ESPN/ESPN App, 9 p.m. ET).
Defense could decide Monday's South Carolina-UConn 1-2 showdown. Aliyah Boston headlines our list of the best post and perimeter defenders.
The undefeated Louisville Cardinals once again find themselves atop the AP women's basketball poll with South Carolina moving up a couple of spots to No. 2.
Some of the most underrated players on top-10 contenders could be the difference leading into the NCAA tournament.
Guard Chrislyn Carr has transferred to Baylor from Big 12 rival Texas Tech.
Courtside: Chris Holtmann previews Ohio State's showdown against Purdue. Plus, the guys share their thoughts on Baylor's Kim Mulkey
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Kim Mulkey’s comments about playing college basketball during a pandemic, if there’s a home court advantage this season, not panicking over Michigan’s loss, Auburn’s Sharife Cooper bursting onto the scene, Gonzaga Watch and Iowa’s roster construction. Then, Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann joins the show to talk about Kyle Young’s throwback style, an update on Seth Towns, Dakich wanting to take a bullet for Holtmann, Jae’Sean Tate making an impact with the Rockets and the happiest he’s ever seen his team. Later, quick hitters on Baylor, Texas, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas Tech.
Paige Bueckers on the national stage. Ten years of "We Back Pat." There's a lot to look forward to in UConn's first trip to Knoxville in 15 years.
Baylor women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey didn't mince words when asked if she's concerned about the season being completed, saying, "The season will continue on. It's called the almighty dollar."
Baylor's coronavirus-related pause is set to end Saturday against Iowa State, but it won't be known until game day whether coach Kim Mulkey will be on the sideline.
South Carolina is a Final Four-caliber team, but what other SEC squads have the potential? Plus, we discuss Ohio State and make our game picks.
Rhyne Howard still leads the way, but Stanford, South Carolina and UConn each put three players on our midseason list of the country's best players.
Thursday's matchup between No. 3 UConn and No. 6 Baylor has been canceled after Bears coach Kim Mulkey tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.
Stanford, South Carolina, UConn and NC State are No. 1 seeds in our latest Bracketology, but they have plenty of company competing for a top seed.