During an interview on ESPNU on Tuesday, coach Geno Auriemma said his Huskies aren't cocky enough. Our 1-64 power rankings have plenty of attitude.
Duke and Louisville have traded spots for the final No. 1 seed yet again. How does that affect the rest of the teams behind them, and why is the bubble such a mess?
In a reversal of last season's league race, Penn State could be chasing Nebraska all season long in the Big Ten.
With two of the best players in the league, if not the country, Penn State is the team to beat in the Big Ten.
Baylor is the clear-cut overall No. 1 seed; Nebraska, Maryland and Ohio State are better than expected; Delaware is here to stay; and Gonzaga's placement in the bracket once again creates a dilemma.
After Baylor knocked off top-seeded Tennessee, ESPN.com's experts think the Lady Bears will pull another upset in the Elite Eight.
ESPN.com's experts predict the winner of each game in the round of 16.
Now that we know the field of 64, what do ESPN.com's contributors think about the bracket?
Florida State has moved past West Virginia and Xavier as the final No. 2 seed in Charlie Creme's women's Bracketology video update.
All the recent upsets helped pave the way for Texas A&M to move up one spot to a No. 2 seed in Charlie Creme's women's Bracketology video update.
OK, so maybe you have to take Stanford and UConn out of the conversation. But Sunday's results alone (five upsets in 10 games involving Top 25 teams) are proof that parity is alive and well.
There's finally some shake-up at the top. Nebraska is now a No. 1 seed after Georgia's upset of Tennessee on Thursday. Charlie Creme breaks down the top eight seeds in his latest women's Bracketology video update.