SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw figures top-ranked Connecticut is going to provide the best possible measuring stick to see just how good her second-ranked Fighting Irish are.We need to see where we are. We havent really played a great game, McGraw said Tuesday.Voters in The Associated Press womens basketball poll moved the Huskies (7-0) ahead of Irish (8-0) on Monday, marking the first time 11 years a team lost the top ranking without actually losing a game. The Irish say theyre not concerned.Rankings really dont matter, its really about the best team wins, Irish guard Marina Mabrey said.McGraw said two months ago that this season should be more open in womens basketball because the Huskies looked more vulnerable. The Huskies eked out a 78-76 win over Florida State to open the season, but since then have had little trouble.Notre Dame has outscored opponents 85.8 to 54 on average so far this season, while the Huskies have outscored opponents 81 to 56.9. The Huskies have the more impressive victories with four over Top 25 opponents while the Irish have one.The Irish will have the crowd behind them Wednesday night, which UConn coach Geno Auriemma said will be a challenge.Were going to have to match that. Theyre deep, have a lot of players. Were not so (deep) right now, he said.Auriemma said he was looking forward to preparing his team to face the Irish.Thats still one of my favorite things to do, he said.The rivalry has grown into the best in womens college basketball, although its been a bit one-sided the past four seasons. The Huskies have won five straight, dating back to beating the Irish 83-65 in an NCAA Tournament semifinal in 2013. Before that, the Irish had won seven of eight.The difference this time around is the Huskies wont have Breanna Stewart, who led the Huskies to four consecutive national championships.They dont have a great player, McGraw said. They dont have that one player like Stewart that can just take over the entire game. I think they have balance -- probably more balance than theyve ever had. You have to guard everybody.McGraw contends the pressure is on the Huskies, who have won 82 straight.Theyve got to keep that going, with however many games theyve won in a row, McGraw said. Theyre No. 1 now, so its a little bit like it was in the past.McGraw said trying to regain the top ranking wont be a motivating factor for the Irish.I dont think were going out to prove a point in that way, McGraw said. But I think were certainly looking at it as a great test for us to see who is No. 1. Black Air Max 2018 Outlet . After taking two big hits this week -- losing at home and dropping back-to-back games for the first time all season -- Indiana struck back by playing its most complete game of the year. Wholesale Air Max 2018 Free Shipping . Brandon Morrow allowed five runs on six hits over three innings. He struck out two, walked one and hit a batter. Edwin Encarnacion had a two-out, bases loaded two-RBI double in the third inning. http://www.wholesaleairmaxsale.com/ .Y. - Nelson Mandela will be honoured by the New York Yankees with a plaque in Monument Park. Grey Air Max 2018 . With the first unit struggling of late and Amir Johnson - one of the teams iron men - hobbling on an injured right ankle, Patterson knew he could get the nod in a challenging matchup against one of the leagues up and coming players at his position. Cheap Air Max 2018 . -- The Magic have their first victory of the new year.St Helens Travis Burns and Hull KRs James Green will face the RFL disciplinary committee, after trading punches during Fridays Super League match-up. Tempers flared after half an hour at the KC Lightstream Stadium, following an initial tackle by Burns on Green. Both players were subsequently sin-binned by referee Phil Bentham after coming to blows in the 31st minute of Saints 31-22 victory over the Robins. St Helens trailed 16-10 at half-time but scored three tries after the interval to return to winning wayys.ddddddddddddThey were the only players from round three matches charged by the Rugby Football Leagues match-review panel and are facing a ban of between one and two matches.Watch Salford v Warrington (Thursday, 7.30pm, SS3) and Leeds v Huddersfield (Friday, 7.30pm, SS2) live on Sky Sports this week. Also See: Rugby League on Sky Fixtures and results Follow @SkySportsRL Pundits Wholesale JerseysWholesale Jerseyscheap jerseysCheap JersyesCheap Basketball JerseysCheap NHL Jerseyscheap jerseysCheap JerseysCheap JerseysCheap Jerseys From ChinaCheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '