It's been a nice start to the season for the Nebraska Cornhuskers in both Men's and Women's hoops.

On Sunday, the Nebraska women added a huge win to their resume, as they took down then #2 Iowa by the final of 82-79.

The most impressive stat of all was the fact that they held superstar Caitlin Clark scoreless in the final quarter to hang on to the 3-point win.

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While the win didn't catapult the 16-8 Huskers into the latest AP Top 25, it did slide the Hawkeyes down a bit.

Here is the latest poll, with a new Big Ten team occupying the #2 spot:

AP Top 25 Women's College Basketball Poll

First-place votes in parentheses

1. South Carolina (35)23-0
2. Ohio State21-3
3. Stanford22-3
4. Iowa22-3
5. Texas22-3
6. NC State21-3
7. Kansas State21-3
8. Colorado20-4
9. UCLA19-4
10. USC17-4
11. Oregon State20-3
12. Virginia Tech20-4
13. LSU21-4
14. Indiana20-3
15. UConn20-5
16. Notre Dame18-5
17. Gonzaga24-2
18. Louisville20-5
19. Syracuse20-4
20. Creighton20-3
21. Baylor18-5
22. Utah18-7
23. Oklahoma17-6
24. West Virginia20-3
25. Princeton18-3

It will be mad dash to the finish line in the regular season, with a ton of action still to come for both the Hawkeyes and the Huskers.

For Iowa, they only have one game this week, when they play host to Michigan on Thursday Night in Iowa City.

Source: AP Top 25 -

13 Famous Iowans

It's a great day for Iowans. The first ever Major League Baseball game was played in Dyersville, Iowa last night (August 12) in The Field of Dreams game and it was awesome!

What a great way to showcase a beautiful state and celebrate the hospitality of Iowans.

Iowa may seem far away from Tinsel Town, but The Hawkeye State has produced many famous actors, musicians, and athletes!

The following 13 are just the tip of the iceberg!

Top Things Most Iowans Were Afraid Of When They Were Kids

If you were a kid in Iowa chances are you were afraid of many of the scary things on this list. Now be honest!