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Who will win women's tourney?

Bracketmania didn't end Sunday. On Monday, the women's NCAA tournament field was released, with -- as expected -- UConn (34-0) earning the No. 1 overall seed for its quest to win a record ninth title. Fellow No. 1s are Notre Dame (also undefeated), Tennessee and surprising South Carolina, with Duke, Stanford, Baylor and West Virginia receiving No. 2s. Which team will take the whole thing? Are you rooting for the Huskies to make history?

Which team will win the women's NCAA tournament?

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  • How many No. 1 seeds (UConn, Notre Dame, Tennessee, South Carolina) will reach the women's Final Four?

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  • Which of these non-No. 1 seeds has the best chance of reaching the women's Final Four?

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  • Will UConn (34-0) and Notre Dame (32-0) meet in the women's national championship game?

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  • Are you rooting for UConn to win a record ninth women's basketball national championship?

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For the first time since the 2010-11 season, the reigning national champion Connecticut Huskies are atop the The Associated Press preseason poll. Last year's runner-up, Louisville, will enter the 2013-14 season ranked No. 5, while North Carolina and its top recruiting class comes in at No. 12. Do you agree with the rankings? Click the logos below to set your own!

Women's college basketball preseason top 15

Connecticut

Connecticut

AP preseason rank: 1
2012-13 record: 35-4

Duke

Duke

AP preseason rank: 2
2012-13 record: 33-3

Stanford

Stanford

AP preseason rank: 3
2012-13 record: 33-3

Tennessee

Tennessee

AP preseason rank: 4
2012-13 record: 27-8

Louisville

Louisville

AP preseason rank: 5
2012-13 record: 29-9

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

AP preseason rank: 6
2012-13 record: 35-2

Kentucky

Kentucky

AP preseason rank: 7
2012-13 record: 30-6

Maryland

Maryland

AP preseason rank: 8
2012-13 record: 26-8

California

California

AP preseason rank: 9
2012-13 record: 32-4

Baylor

Baylor

AP preseason rank: 10
2012-13 record: 34-2

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

AP preseason rank: 11
2012-13 record: 24-11

North Carolina

North Carolina

AP preseason rank: 12
2012-13 record: 29-7

Penn State

Penn State

AP preseason rank: 13
2012-13 record: 26-6

Dayton

Dayton

AP preseason rank: 14
2012-13 record: 28-3

LSU

LSU

AP preseason rank: 15
2012-13 record: 22-12

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Any day with college basketball on television is a good thing. A day when college basketball is always on television is a great thing. With the march to the Final Four in Indianapolis underway (and the march to San Antonio for the women), ESPN is showing nothing but basketball Tuesday -- 12 games in 24 hours. And that doesn't even include the games going on ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN360.com and ESPN Mobile. At this point, you've already missed the start of class (and Cal State Fullerton upsetting UCLA) but there's still time to salvage the day.

usf_football

The benefits of working from home!

-- usf_football
bh4312

I love the 24 hour marathon -- took Tuesday off from work. Good thing the Monday Night Fooball game is so terrible ... so I can get a nap in after work before the marathon tipoff.

-- bh4312

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