2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
15-3, 3rd in Big Ten
Indiana takes down Penn State (1:07)
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741d

Texas, Duke take the HandClap Hoopla Challenge

From Akron to Wake Forest, teams across the country have accepted the #handclaphoopla challenge. Has your favorite team lip synced its way through Fitz and the Tantrums' "HandClap"?

Mitchell's 31 points lead Ohio State past Indiana (0:56)
Auburn comes out on top over Indiana (0:38)
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807d

Notre Dame tops preseason Top 25; UConn 3rd

Notre Dame has earned the top spot in the preseason Associated Press women's basketball poll, while UConn, which has won 75 consecutive games and four straight national championships, is third.

Notre Dame headed back to Sweet 16 (1:44)
0:20

Irish enters fourth quarter up 10

Notre Dame hasn't lost at home to a team other than UConn since 2012. Indiana is down 66-56 after three quarters.

0:38

Notre Dame pushes lead to double digits

Lindsay Allen's jumper at the buzzer gave the Irish a 47-37 lead at intermission. Notre Dame is 31-0 this season when leading at halftime.

0:15

Indiana keeping it close with Notre Dame

Karlee McBride's off-balance 3-pointer brought the Hoosiers even with the top-seeded Fighting Irish.

AP Photo/Robert Franklin

Watch: ND-Indiana in NCAA women's tourney

Notre Dame, the top seed in the Lexington region, hosts in-state rival Indiana with a chance to reach its seventh straight Sweet 16. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

IND vs. UGA Postgame Breakdown (2:15)
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1035d

Lexington Region preview: UK right at home

Top-seeded Notre Dame is the favorite, but can Kentucky and Makayla Epps -- who know how to come up big in the tourney -- capitalize on home-court advantage and reach their first Final Four?

Courtesy of Indiana University, Archie Dees
1490dGraham Hays

Is Tyra Buss big enough to handle the Big Ten?

The nation's No. 3 all-time prep scorer, freshman Tyra Buss wasted no time making an impression at Indiana. But six decades after Archie Dees went from the small town of Mt. Carmel, Illinois, to become a break-out star for the Hoosiers, the 5-foot-7 freshman is trying to following in his considerable 6-8 footsteps.

AP Photo/Gerry Broome
1809dCharlie Creme

Creme: Duke drops to No. 2 seed

There is no shame in losing to No. 2 Notre Dame. But after getting blown out at home and barely beating an inferior ACC foe, Duke has fallen to a No. 2 seed.