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2017 Schedule
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Big programs looking to bounce back

UCLA, Notre Dame and Oregon combined to win a total of 12 games last season. The three programs, regular bowl participants in recent years, hope to return to winning ways in 2017.

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163dJonathan Hawthorne

HoopGurlz: The Jordan Brand Classic mystery player

She was born in New York, moved to Gambia and settled -- and starred -- in Germany. Now Oregon-bound Satou Sabally will show off her game at the Jordan Brand Classic Friday at Barclays Center.

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179dGraham Hays

UConn dominant from beginning to end

Spectacular defense explains why this particular Huskies team heads to its 10th straight Final Four after a victory against a promising but entirely overmatched Ducks squad.

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179dSean Hurd

UConn rolls past Oregon and into 10th straight Final Four

With a rout of 10-seed Oregon, UConn reached its 10th consecutive Final Four, running its winning streak to 111 games and helping Geno Auriemma set the NCAA mark with his 113th tournament win.

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The Oregon and South Carolina women's basketball teams play in the Elite Eight on Monday, looking to join their men's teams in the Final Four. There have been 12 instances of a school sending both basketball teams to the Final Four in the same season, including Syracuse last year. Connecticut is the only school to sweep both titles, doing so in both 2004 and 2014.

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181dSean Hurd

Upset-minded Oregon sets sights on No. 1 UConn

One person who isn't surprised by Oregon's first trip to the Elite Eight? Geno Auriemma, whose Huskies will face the upset-minded Ducks on Monday for a spot in the Final Four.

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Freshmen lead Oregon to upset of Maryland

Sabrina Ionescu led five Oregon players in double figures with 21 points and the 10th-seeded Ducks continued their improbable run through the NCAA Tournament with a 77-63 upset win over third-see

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182dSean Hurd

Oregon stuns 3-seed Maryland to reach first Elite Eight

The Ducks did it again. Behind five players in double figures, No. 10 seed Oregon advanced to its first Elite Eight after upsetting Maryland. The third-seeded Terps failed to hit a 3-pointer.

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184dGraham Hays

Oregon is going places, to the Sweet 16 and beyond

Oregon's first trip to the Sweet 16 started long before the NCAA tournament tipped. And behind a class of six freshmen, the end of this run will not be the end of the road for the Ducks.

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Smith chimes in on the Pac-12's rise in WBB

LaChina Robinson welcomes espnW writer Michelle Smith to break down the Bridgeport Region, UConn's dominance and the Pac-12's rise to prominence in women's basketball.

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186dMechelle Voepel

First impressions of the Sweet 16

A pair of double-digit seeds. Five Pac-12 teams. A rematch of one of the tourney's all-time greatest upsets. The Sweet 16 is set -- and full of potential when the regional semifinals open Friday.

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During the last month, the Oregon women have now beaten Washington in Seattle and Duke at Cameron. Remarkable run to the Sweet 16 for the young Ducks.

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187dCharlie Creme

Oregon upsets 2-seed Duke to reach first Sweet 16

Oregon executed its game plan to perfection -- and took advantage of a Duke team struggling without its injured point guard -- to reach the Sweet 16. Ruthy Hebard's double-double led the way.

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192dCharlie Creme

Women's NCAA tournament: Breaking down Bridgeport Regional

Maryland and Syracuse hope to get back to the Final Four, but in Bridgeport, everything runs through UConn. Can a region full of premier point guards prevent the Huskies from advancing?

Oregon upsets Washington in Pac-12 tourney

Kelsey Plum scored 34 points and Chantel Osahor grabbed a Pac-12 tournament-record 27 rebounds, but Sabrina Ionescu's free throws lifted Oregon over No. 11 Washington 70-69.