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BEVO BEAT Women's Basketball

Texas remains No. 6 as UConn remains unanimous No. 1 in AP basketball poll

Longhorns have won 20 games in five straight seasons

Posted February 12th, 2018

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  • UConn, Mississippi State, Baylor continue to be 1-2-3 in poll

For the second straight week, the University of Texas women’s basketball team is No. 6 in the weekly Associated Press Top 25 poll.

None of the top six teams changed in the rankings as they all went through the week without a loss. Texas defeated West Virginia 73-55 and Kansas State 76-54.

The Longhorns will play Texas Tech at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Erwin Center. That will be followed by a game at Oklahoma State on Saturday and a Monday showdown against Baylor. Tipoff for Baylor is 7 p.m. and it can be seen on ESPN2.


Here are the AP’s top 25 teams this week: 1. UConn; 2. Mississippi State; 3. Baylor; 4. Louisville; 5. Notre Dame; 6. Texas; 7. UCLA; 8. South Carolina; 9. Oregon; 10. Maryland; 11. Tennessee; 12; Florida State; 13. Missouri; 14. Stanford; 15. Oregon State; 16. Ohio State; 17. Texas A&M; 18. Duke; 19. Green Bay; 20. Georgia; 21. Oklahoma State; 22. South Florida; 23. Michigan; 24. Belmont; 25. North Carolina State.

Here is how American-Statesman writer and AP voter Rick Cantu selected his top 25: 1. UConn; 2. Mississippi State; 3. Baylor; 4. Louisville; 5. Notre Dame; 6. Texas; 7. UCLA; 8. Oregon 9. Maryland; 10. South Carolina; 11. Florida State; 12; Tennessee; 13. Oregon State; 14. Missouri; 15. Duke; 16. Texas A&M; 17. Ohio State; 18. Green Bay; 19. Oklahoma State; 20. Georgia; 21. Michigan; 22. Central Michigan; 23. Gonzaga; 24. South Florida; 25. West Virginia.






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