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Voepel: UConn widens gap between everyone else

Just like most other times UConn has played in a 1-2 showdown lately, the Huskies won easy. But just because we saw it coming doesn't mean they shouldn't be lauded for making it happen yet again.

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Lady Vols fall to No. 25 in AP Top 25

As Tennessee falls to No. 25 in the latest AP poll, UConn and South Carolina stay on top for a No. 1 vs No. 2 showdown Monday night.

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ESPN's Rowe tweets surgery on tumor 'went well'

ESPN reporter Holly Rowe said surgery to remove a second chest tumor "went well" on Tuesday night after announcing she would undergo the operation earlier Tuesday.

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Team USA names finalists for WBB Olympic team

The group of 25 finalists for the U.S. women's basketball Olympic team has both longtime veterans of international play and the top college senior in the country, UConn's Breanna Stewart.

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Breanna Stewart has her 3rd game this season with 20 Pts, 10 Reb and 5 Blk in UConn's 60th straight win.

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Stay tuned into ESPN2 for Ohio State vs. Maryland WBB next! Major Big Ten battle between two teams we may see in Indy in April.

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And let's give a big hand to the South Carolina crowd ... this isn't a one-time thing. This support is for real and it's not going away.

UConn wins battle of Top 2 teams

Geno Auriemma's Huskies have now won 60 straight games after they took down No. 2 South Carolina 66-54 on the road. Breanna Stewart posted a double-double of 25 points and 10 rebounds. Box score


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UConn 66, South Carolina 54 is final score from Columbia. I think what most expected. Let's see how much Gamecocks can improve for March.

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Kaela Davis made 153 3-pointers in her 2 seasons at Georgia Tech, Allisha Gray 118 in 2 seasons at North Carolina.