From foul trouble to free throws and from Duke's defense to UConn's offensive "game-changer," Rebecca Lobo breaks down the biggest X factors heading into Tuesday's 1-2 showdown.
Teams with depth and quickness in the backcourt will benefit most from the newly implemented 10-second backcourt rule, which should have a positive impact on the women's game.
Rebecca Lobo goes inside, outside and upside down to preview Big Monday's matchup between Maryland and Duke.
Duke -- the great unknown this season -- will play its first top-five foe and nationally televised game when it plays at UConn on Big Monday.
It's grown into one of the best rivalries in women's college basketball. And from the personnel battles inside and out to the teams' disruptive defense, there's plenty to look forward to in Saturday's sold-out Big East battle.
Even more than the terrific games UConn and Notre Dame played, Rebecca Lobo will miss the trash talk the Big East rivalry helped produce.
Notre Dame's Skylar Diggins gets quizzed by the ESPN analyst's Five Questions.
Connecticut's Tiffany Hayes gets quizzed by the ESPN analyst's Five Questions.
Connecticut's Kelly Faris gets quizzed by the ESPN analyst's Five Questions.
Connecticut's Caroline Doty gets quizzed by the ESPN analyst's Five Questions.
UConn standout Tina Charles gets quizzed by the ESPN analyst's Five Questions.
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma gets quized by the ESPN analyst's Five Questions.
Rebecca Lobo gets players and coaches to say and do the darndest things in her Five Questions feature.
Rebecca Lobo's mother, RuthAnn, survived 17 years after her breast cancer diagnosis -- long enough to meet her grandchildren. It was still too short.
The 1994-95 Honda Cup recipient recalls her favorite moment in women's college athletics and it has nothing to do with her playing or broadcasting careers.