Welcome to Week 10 of the women's college basketball season. Stanford survived a scare from Cal, 61-56; LSU crept into the top-5; UCLA and Maryland joined the top-10; Notre Dame's 1-seed reign fell quickly; and the UConn Huskies are impossibly injured.
Let's catch you up on everything you need to know for Week 10 (1/10-1/15):
Here's a comprehensive list of when ranked teams play:
Tuesday, January 10
No. 17 Michigan vs. Purdue at 6:30 pm ET on Big Ten Network
No. 23 Kansas vs. Texas at 8 pm ET on Longhorns Network
Wednesday, January 11
No. 12 Iowa vs. Northwestern at 7:30 pm ET (not televised)
No. 15 Iowa State vs. Kansas State at 7:30 pm ET on Big 12 Network/ESPN+
No. 4 UConn vs. St. John's at 8 pm ET (not televised)
No. 18 Baylor vs. Oklahoma State at 8 pm ET on Big 12 Network/ESPN+
No. 19 Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech at 8 pm ET on Big 12 Network/ESPN+
No. 25 Villanova vs. DePaul at 8 pm ET (not televised)
Thursday, January 12
No. 11 NC State vs. Florida State at 6 pm ET on ACC Network
No. 6 Indiana vs. No. 9 Maryland at 6:30 pm ET on Big Ten Network
No. 1 South Carolina vs. Kentucky at 7 pm ET on SEC Network+
No. 5 LSU vs. Missouri at 7 pm ET on SEC Network
No. 7 Notre Dame at 7 pm ET on ACC Network Extra
No. 13 Virginia Tech vs. Louisville at 7 pm ET on ACC Network Extra
No. 16 Duke vs. Clemson at 7 pm ET on ACC Network Extra
No. 22 North Carolina vs. Virginia at 7 pm ET on ACC Network Extra
Friday, January 13
No. 10 Utah vs. Arizona State at 9 pm ET on Pac 12 Network
No. 14 Arizona vs. Colorado at 9 pm ET (not televised)
No. 21 Oregon vs. Washington at 10 pm ET (not televised)
No. 2 Stanford vs. No. 8 UCLA at 11 pm ET on Pac 12 Network
Saturday, January 14
No. 12 Iowa vs. Penn State at 12:30 pm ET on Big Ten Network
No. 17 Michigan vs. Michigan State at 2 pm ET (not televised)
No. 25 Villanova vs. St. John's at 2 pm ET (not televised)
No. 3 Ohio State vs. Nebraska at 2:30 pm ET on Big Ten Network
No. 19 Oklahoma vs. No. 23 Kansas at 3 pm ET on ESPN+
No. 20 Gonzaga vs. Portland at 8 pm ET
Sunday January 15
No. 1 South Carolina vs. Missouri at 1 pm ET on ESPN
No. 9 Maryland vs. Rutgers at 1 pm ET (not televised)
No. 6 Indiana vs. Wisconsin at 2 pm ET (not televised)
No. 7 Notre Dame vs. Syracuse at 2 pm ET on ACC Network
No. 10 Utah vs. No. 14 Arizona at 2 pm ET on Pac 12 Network
No. 5 LSU vs. Auburn at 3 pm ET on SEC Network+
No. 8 UCLA vs. California at 3 pm ET (not televised)
No. 18 Baylor vs. West Virginia at 3 pm ET on ESPNU
No. 21 Oregon vs. Washington State at 3 pm ET (not televised)
No. 24 Illinois vs. Minnesota at 3 pm ET (not televised)
No. 11 NC State vs. No. 22 North Carolina at 3:30 pm ET on ESPN
No. 4 UConn vs. Georgetown at 4 pm ET (not televised)
No. 16 Duke vs. Georgia Tech at 3 pm ET on ACC Network
No. 2 Stnford vs. USC at 5 pm ET on Pac 12 Network
No. 15 Iowa State vs. Texas at 5 pm ET on ESPN2
There are five games between top-25 teams this week that are all worth paying attention to, but No. 6 Indiana vs. No. 9 Maryland is a big one on Thursday night.
The Terps have had a strange year defined by blowout losses to South Carolina and Nebraska, but convincing wins over Notre Dame and UConn. The Hoosiers are in contention for a No. 1 overall seed as they've held down the fort with just one loss all season, even with star Grace Berger missing eight games. Now with Berger back, this should be a GAME.
Once again South Carolina is the No. 1 overall seed with Stanford behind them. Ohio State is still undefeated as the third likely 1-seed. Then there's an interesting conversation for the very banged up UConn Huskies or the also undefeated (albeit with a weaker schedule) LSU Tigers. Indiana and Notre Dame are also within reach should someone(s) slip up.
1. South Carolina, 2. Stanford, 3. Ohio State, 4. UConn, 5. LSU, 6. Indiana, 7. Notre Dame, 8. UCLA, 9. Maryland, 10. Utah, 11. NC State, 12. Iowa, 13. Virginia Tech, 14. Arizona, 15. Iowa State, 16. Duke, 17. Michigan, 18. Baylor, 19. Oklahoma, 20. Gonzaga, 21. Oregon, 22. North Carolina, 23. Kansas, 24. Illinois, 25. Villanova
(St. John's and Creighton dropped from the top-25)
Well, the UConn Huskies aren't healthy enough to play. With six players on the inactive list (all injuries), the No. 4 team in the country only had six available players. Also, head coach Geno Auriemma has missed the last four games to an illness. It's unclear if they'll have the players needed to play in Wednesday's game.
Iowa State star center Stephanie Soares tore her ACL and will miss the rest of the season.
ESPN announced it'll host three "College GameDays" this season starting with UConn vs. Tennessee on Jan. 26.
1. Aliyah Boston, South Carolina
2. Haley Jones, Stanford
3. Diamond Miller, Maryland
4. Jacy Sheldon, Ohio State
5. Rickea Jackson, Tennessee
6. Charisma Osborne, UCLA
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