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131dMechelle Voepel

Tennessee turnaround keeps season alive

Just weeks ago, it looked like a wipeout of a season for Tennessee. But the fog has lifted; the Lady Vols are no longer worried about what might go wrong and are bound for their 34th Sweet 16.

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Voepel: How Tennessee upset Arizona State

Tennessee continued its turnaround, upsetting second-seeded Arizona State in Tempe with one of its more aggressive and gutsy games of the season to advance to the Sweet 16.

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Tennessee defeats Arizona State 75-64

Diamond DeShields scored 24 points, Mercedes Russell added 12 and Tennessee completed its improbable run to the Sweet 16 by beating Arizona State 75-64 Sunday night.

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133dMechelle Voepel

Can Tennessee solve ASU's defense?

Arizona State has the better seed, home-court advantage and a relentless defense. With its lowest seed in team history, No. 7 Tennessee can't help but look like an underdog in the second round.

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ASU rides hot hand of Hempen past NM State

Katie Hempen opened with two 3-pointers and made all six of her attempts to score 20 points, helping Arizona State run away from New Mexico 74-52 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

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Sioux Falls Region preview: All eyes on SEC

South Carolina is an overwhelming favorite to reach another Final Four, Tennessee might have more to prove than any team, and Florida -- despite lacking momentum -- could be a dark horse.

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Briann January on possible Arizona St.- Tenn.

Fever G Briann January talks about the Arizona State defense, style of play and likely outcome of a possible matchup with Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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137dMechelle Voepel

Pac-12, SEC have something to prove in tourney

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).

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Top 4 unchanged in committee's final rankings

The NCAA women's basketball committee released a top 10 with the same crop of teams for the third consecutive week on Tuesday, with UConn, South Carolina, Notre Dame and Baylor as the top four.

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Creme: Expect change in NCAA's top 10

The top five teams will likely remain the same in the NCAA committee's third and final top-10 reveal, but expect plenty of shake-up after that, Charlie Creme writes.