Think it's too early for a preseason top 25? Think UConn should lead the rankings? Think again. The 2016-17 season looks as wide-open as any season in more than a decade.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 68-47
- 11/21W 107-43
- 11/24W 109-37
- 11/27W 92-34
- 11/29W 92-25
- 12/26L 53-47
- 12/6W 82-54
- 12/13W 93-63
- 12/16W 78-65
- 12/19W 65-60
- 12/20W 90-68
- 12/21W 72-70
- 12/28W 81-41
- 12/3020W 68-58
- 1/3W 76-70
- 1/7W 60-45
- 1/10W 80-55
- 1/1424L 66-54
- 1/18W 79-51
- 1/21L 47-43
- 1/242L 57-51
- 1/2819W 65-63
- 1/31W 65-55
- 2/4W 71-52
- 2/721W 52-42
- 2/1115L 64-58
- 2/1816L 83-60
- 2/21W 60-51
- 2/25W 66-61
- 2/28W 61-52
- 3/4W 63-46
- 3/5W 58-48
- 3/63L 66-52
- 3/1812W 60-50
- 3/204W 74-72
- 3/261L 98-38
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Breanna Stewart had 22 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks to lead No. 1 UConn to a 98-38 record rout of fifth-seeded Mississippi State on Saturday.
This is how you look when you win by 60
It's no surprise that UConn head coach Geno Auriemma is happy after a blowout win over Mississippi State.
UConn with huge lead over Mississippi State
Katie Lou Samuelson's tough left-handed layup extended the Huskies' lead to 81-18 over the Bulldogs on ESPN.
So, UConn means business
Moriah Jefferson's buzzer-beater at the end of the first quarter gave the Huskies a 32-4 lead over Mississippi State on ESPN.
UConn getting out to quick lead
With Morgan Tuck's lay-up, the Huskies have gone up 11-0 over 5-seed Mississippi State. Check out the game on ESPN.
That's what we call a statement. Breanna Stewart started things off with a 3-pointer and top-seeded UConn shooed away the upset bug with a dominant Sweet 16 win over Mississippi State.
Top seeds Baylor and South Carolina cruised into the Sweet 16 as half the regional finals was set Sunday. Charlie Creme recaps everything you need to know from Day 3 of the NCAA tournament.
Victoria Vivians scored 24 points and Breanna Richardson hit a crucial 3-pointer with 34 seconds remaining to lead fifth-seeded Mississippi State over No. 4 seed Michigan State 74-72 on Sunday in
Victoria Vivians scored 13 of her 19 points in the second half, and fifth-seeded Mississippi State beat No. 12 Chattanooga 60-50 on Friday in the first round of the women's NCAA tournament.
It wasn't Mississippi State's best game, but Victoria Vivians and the bigger, more athletic Bulldogs took Chattanooga's best shot, surviving to advance to the second round.
The SEC (nine teams in the field) and Pac-12 (four teams among top-16 seeds) did exactly what they needed to in the regular reason. But now it's all about what happens in March (and maybe April).
How favored is UConn to win its 11th NCAA title? Leonardo-winning-the-Oscar-for-"The Revenant" favored. And it doesn't look like there is a team in the Huskies' region that will stop them.
Other than a curious but explainable placement of Notre Dame in Lexington and South Carolina in Sioux Falls, the NCAA selection committee left little room for criticism.
With its relatively easy path to the Final Four, UConn is the big winner. A tournament lacking Duke, North Carolina and NC State makes Tobacco Road the biggest loser.
What better way to get ready for the first round than to read up on every team in the field? Charlie Creme has everything you need to know about all 64 squads in the NCAA tournament bracket.
Which team has the edge on the bubble? South Carolina or Notre Dame as the No. 2 overall seed? Will Mississippi State land a No. 4 seed and wind up hosting early-round games?