The UConn women's basketball team remains No. 1 in The Associated Press poll after easily sweeping three Top 25 teams.
Sure, Baylor and Maryland suffered upsets. But the Lady Bears and Terps shouldn't give the losses a second thought -- nor should we.
Wondering which 64 teams might wind up hearing their names called on Selection Monday in 2009? A look at the front-runners.
The 2008-09 season might be seven months away, but here's a look at how the preseason top 25 shapes up now.
Two weeks ago, it was hard to distinguish teams two through seven on the S-curve. But after the opening weekend of conference tournaments, the top two lines of the bracket became a lot clearer.
Last week, and perhaps for the rest of the regular season, the biggest question is whether Maryland or Rutgers deserves the fourth and final No. 1 seed.
Jayne Appel scored 20 points to help No. 7 Stanford rout Yale 100-44 Friday, handing the Bulldogs their worst loss in school history.
The 16 are set. Time to catch your breath? Hardly. Here are five questions to ponder before action resumes Saturday.
North Carolina returned to the top of The Associated Press women's basketball poll, just two weeks after surrendering the program's first No. 1 ranking.
Duke chopped a couple points off Tennessee's lead and North Carolina bumped LSU from the No. 3 spot it had held all season in The AP women's basketball poll.
BYU and George Washington joined the AP Top 25 poll.
Selection Sunday is only hours away, but our bracket guru has his field of 64 penciled in.
Rutgers' loss in the Big East final allowed Ohio State, not UConn, to jump one spot to a No. 2 seed.
It's easy to focus on recent games, but when selecting the NCAA field, you must factor in the entire season, not just one weekend.
LSU held the No. 1 spot Monday for the second straight week and this time, the Lady Tigers received all 45 first-place votes from a national media panel.