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The women’s basketball world made plenty of its own headlines on Super Bowl Sunday as three top 5 teams suffered losses while Ohio State and Texas stayed hot.

Here’s a look at Johnson’s complete rankings after Week 15.


Power 10 for the week of Feb. 4, 2024

  1. South Carolina (1) – The Gamecocks are continuously showing it’s them, and then everybody else, with an 18-point victory over UConn. This squad was missing NPOY candidate Kamilla Cardoso and still showcased balance… make it 23-0!
  2. Ohio State (2) – The Buckeyes climb all the way to second after dismantling a quality Michigan State squad in Columbus. 
  3. Stanford (6) – The Cardinal took care of business in the Evergreen State, escaping Washington on Friday and enjoying a comfortable 15-point win over Washington State on Sunday. 
  4. Texas (7) – Winners of four straight, Texas has quietly taken care of business in the Big 12 even without the services of Rori Harmon
  5. Iowa (2) – The No. 2 curse strikes for the seventh time this season! The Hawkeyes led by as much as 14, but a major Nebraska comeback dealt Iowa its third loss. 
  6. NC State (3) – Virginia Tech completes the season sweep over NC State, dominating the Wolfpack from PNC Arena midweek.
  7. Colorado (4) – Oregon State won the sweep over the Buffs, who suffered their fourth loss of the season. On the other hand, it’s the fourth ranked win for the Beavs… this squad is putting the nation on notice!
  8. Kansas State (8)  – The Wildcats continue to struggle without Ayoka Lee, sneaking past a .500 Oklahoma State squad in Manhattan.
  9. Indiana (10) – Mackenzie Holmes became the all-time leading scorer in program history vs Purdue.
  10. Southern Cal (NR) – JuJu Watkins paces this team, averaging nearly 28 points per game.

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