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Boston MA- Here is this week's polls from our writer and college sports expert Evan Levine:

 

Mens:

http://t25v.com/forums/index.php?topic=608.0

 

Women's Poll:

 

Women's Basketball Top 25

1.   Duke - 28-0, 13-0 ACC
The Blue Devils will go undefeated for the regular season if they beat the rival Tar Heels this week.

2.   Tennessee - 25-2, 12-0 SEC
Candace Parker is the best player in the nation without a question.  Please no questions on whom the best player in the nation is.

3.   Connecticut - 25-2, 14-0 Big East
The Lady Huskies have the 4th best field goal percentage in the nation at just under 50 percent.

4.   North Carolina - 26-2, 10-2 ACC
The Tar Heels have the number one scoring offense in the nation averaging just less than 87 points per game

5.   Ohio State - 24-2, 13-1 Big Ten
Before the loss to Michigan State they had won 17 games in a row.

6.   Maryland -  25-4, 9-4 ACC
Maryland has lost 4 games and twice against the Blue Devils.

7.   George Washington - 23-2, 12-0 A 10
The Colonials are looking to go undefeated for the first time ever in Atlantic 10 play.

8.   Arizona State -  25-3, 15-2 Pac-10
The Sun Devils have the fifth best field goal percentage in the nation at 48 percent.

9.   Stanford - 23-4, 15-1 Pac-10
Jayne Appel averaged 23 points and 17 rebound per game this week in victories over Oregon and Oregon State

10.   LSU - 23-5, 9-3 SEC
With the Tigers losing against Tennessee it more than guarantees they will not be a number one seed for the tournament.

11.   Vanderbilt - 23-4, 9-3 SEC
Games against Tennessee and LSU don't always end on a high note.

12.   Oklahoma - 20-4, 10-3 Big 12.
The game winning shot by Jenna Plumley over Texas Tech kept the Sooners in first place in the Big 12.

13.   Baylor - 23-4, 10-3 Big 12
Bernice Mosby will make the all Big 12 first team averaging 18 points a game.

14.   Georgia - 23-5, 10-3 SEC
The Bulldogs are thinking national championship with a 4-3 record against top 25 teams.

15.   Purdue - 23-5, 12-2 Big Ten
Sharon Versyp has done a tremendous job with this young Boilermaker squad and will be Coach of the Year in the Big 10.

16.   Bowling Green - 25-2, 14-0 MAC E
The Falcons have won 18 in a row, but have not defeated a top 25 team all season.

17.   Middle Tennessee State - 24-3, 16-0 S. Belt E
Chrissy Givens is number 10 in the nation in scoring averaging just less than 22 points a game.

18.   Texas A&M - 20-5, 10-3 Big 12
Just like the Men's team these Aggies are in the running to be Big 12 Champs.

19.   Marquette - 22-5, 10-4 Big East
After losing to Connecticut and Rutgers the Golden Eagles have won 4 games in a row and are hot heading into the Big East Tournament.

20.   Michigan State - 21-6, 12-2 Big Ten
The Spartans have two wins over top 25 teams in there last 4 games and now have a shot at the Big 10 crown.

21.   Rutgers - 18-7, 11-3 Big East
Essence Carson has averaged 14 points and 9 rebounds per game in the last 3 Scarlet Knight victories.

22.   Louisville - 23-5, 9-5 Big East
The women's team is doing the exact opposite of the men's team.  The men have won 5 in a row and the ladies have lost 3 out of their last 5.

23.   Wisconsin Green Bay - 21-3, 12-0 Horizon
The Phoenix are outscoring their opponents by 15 points per game.

24.   James Madison - 24-2, 15-0 CAA
The Dukes are undefeated in conference play and have won 15 games in a row.

25.              California - 20-7, 10-6 Pac-10
The Golden Bears victory over Oregon State gave them 20 wins and an NCCA Tournament birth.

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