Two days until the Tournament tips

NCAA Tournament news:

Game times through the weekend have been announced.

What has changed since the NCAA’s inequalities were exposed last year.

Don’t let the new logo and swag fool you: the NCAA still needs to do more for the women’s tournament.

Conference news:

The Big Ten has a good chance to end the conference’s title drought.

Team news:

Double-digit seeds could be the ones to watch.

South Carolina is the first team in four years to be ranked No. 1 for the entire season.

The path for Iowa is full of Midwestern flavor.

Michigan has drawn confidence from Big Ten play.

What LSU should know about Jackson State.

Indiana will host, but won’t have an easy bracket.

Maryland looks to complete the mission in the tourney.

BYU earned their best seed in program history.

Oregon is looking forward to playing Belmont.

UConn has a deep rotation for the tournament.

Nebraska: “it’s just special.”

Florida took the high road after the NCAA seeded them tenth.

West Virginia declined a postseason invite due to injuries, and players about to enter the transfer portal.

Duke rejected a WNIT invitation, for unspecified reasons.

AP top 25 poll.

Player news:

The nation’s top two players – Aliyah Boston and Caitlin Clark – are on track to meet in the Elite 8.

Why Shakira Austin chose Ole Miss, and what it means for the program’s future.

Te-Hina Paopao is fueling the joyous play of the Ducks.

Paige Bueckers is trying to be the best version of herself for the Huskies heading into the tourney.

ESPN ranks the top 25 players in the Tournament.

The Naismith Trophy defensive POY finalists.

Coach news:

Arkansas State has removed the interim tag from Destinee Rogers’ title and made her head coach.