Report: Iowa close to seal deal for top talented Guard

Iowa and Caitlin Clark switch places with USC and JuJu Watkins in CBS’ power rankings.

We’ve reached the stage where we’re nitpicking and shifting the best women’s college basketball teams about just for the purpose of doing so. On the surface, it appears doubtful, but the fact that prominent media sources are arguing how excellent the women’s game has grown is the most significant and important conclusion.

The Iowa Hawkeyes are one of the teams that dominate arguments and discussions over who the best teams in America are. According to surveys, Iowa ranks second in the nation.

According to CBS Sports’ final regular-season power rankings, the Hawkeyes are No. 3, with an upstart team leapfrogging them to No. 2.

Iowa maintained its No. 3 ranking after averting an upset against Nebraska in the Big Ten Tournament title, winning 94-89 in overtime. – Isabel Gonzalez of CBS Sports

Iowa cannot move down. It accomplished its goal by winning the Big Ten Tournament and securing a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, owing to efforts from all around.

The youthful, confident, and dangerous USC Trojans sit second in the rankings, ahead of Iowa. Led by standout freshman JuJu Watkins, USC went into the Pac-12 Tournament, its final year of existence, and stole the show by winning the trophy.

Meanwhile, USC moved up to No. 2 after defeating Stanford in the Pac-12 Tournament final. In its final season with the traditional clubs, the Pac-12 was the most competitive league in the country, therefore Stanford, UCLA, and Oregon State join USC in our top 10. – Gonzalez, CBS Sports.

Iowa and USC might exchange positions all day, and both could be correct. What the NCAA Tournament, the women’s game, and all of us fans require is Caitlin Clark and JuJu Watkins will face off on appointment television.

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