UConn and South Carolina remain the top two teams in The Associated Press women's basketball poll setting up a 1 vs. 2 showdown Monday night.
It will be the 56th meeting between the No. 1 and No. 2 teams with the top team holding a 34-21 advantage. The Huskies have been involved in the last five matchups between top seeds, winning all of them, including an 87-62 victory over the Gamecocks last season.
Tennessee fell to No. 25, the first time the Lady Vols have ever been ranked that low during their 564-week streak of being in the Top 25 that started on Feb. 17, 1985. They split their games this week, beating Arkansas before falling to Texas A&M in overtime Sunday.
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The Lady Vols visit Vanderbilt on Thursday in their only game this week.
Notre Dame, Baylor and Maryland once again rounded out the first five. The Terrapins visit No. 7 Ohio State on Monday night.