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No. 1 seed up for grabs in top-16 reveal

After an eventful weekend full of upsets that shook up the top-16 seeds, Charlie Creme expects Notre Dame to replace South Carolina on the top line and Oklahoma to jump to a No. 4 seed.

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Judge allows N.J. girl to play on boys' team

A 13-year-old girl, who was expelled from her N.J. school after her father filed a lawsuit seeking to allow her to play on the boys' hoops team, will play in the team's last regular-season game.

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Plum eyeing women's NCAA all-time scoring record (2:03)
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Texas' McCarty does big things with a small frame (1:07)
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Plum moves into 2nd place on NCAA scoring list in win (1:24)
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Turner sparks No. 7 Notre Dame past No. 21 Syracuse (0:51)
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No. 3 Mississippi State avoids upset against No.23 Texas A&M (1:23)
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Kelsey Plum on her record-setting career (2:12)
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Greenwell, Brown lead Duke past Miami (1:07)
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Drake is new No. 1 in espnW mid-major poll

Several mid-major teams are close to wrapping up unbeaten conference seasons, including Missouri Valley leader Drake, which replaces Green Bay in the top spot of our mid-major rankings.

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Does the WNBA need more dunks? (2:01)
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UConn's road to 100 in a row (1:22)
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Geno says UConn got to where it is by taking 'no days off' (2:26)
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Texas tops Florida State in double-OT thriller (1:11)
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McCarty's strong game helps Texas top FSU (1:45)
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A'ja Wilson is a matchup nightmare (0:34)
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Samuelson's scoring abilities mirror Delle Donne (0:33)
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Bilas says UConn more dominant than Wooden's UCLA teams (1:52)
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Watching my dad coach helped me become a feminist

When Alysa Auriemma was moved to become a feminist, she started to read and learn about experiences had by other men and women. But most of all, she watched the people who played for her dad, UConn coach Geno Auriemma.

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LaChina Robinson @LaChinaRobinson

Lesson learned from Beyonce's Grammy Loss: Your work won't always win you the award, money, or recognition..some things you do for the CAUSE