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Auriemma, Staley renew rivalry in 1-2 showdown

UConn has been on top for decades. South Carolina seeks its place there, too. Both teams have gotten where they are because they're led by coaches whose personas inspire greatness.

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SEC leads the way in Bracketology

The Pac-12 dominated Monday's NCAA top-10 reveal, but the SEC rules Charlie Creme's Bracketology, putting nine teams in our 64-team projection.

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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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Michelle Smith @macsmith413

Cam. Hell of an athlete. You will probably be back on this stage. Another chance to do the grace-in-defeat thing better next time.

Minnesota player ties D-I scoring record

Rachel Banham scored 60 points in Minnesota's 2OT win over Northwestern, tying the Division-I single-game record set in 1987.

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