Breanna Stewart might be the only player in the country who can get off any shot she wants, whenever she wants it. That was on full display in top-ranked UConn's rout of No. 21 Cal on Sunday in the Maggie Dixon Classic.
Sure, UConn has Breanna Stewart and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, who combined for 45 points and nine 3-pointers Tuesday, but Stefanie Dolson is the reason the Huskies will most likely win another NCAA title four months from now.
The right side of the bracket? Business as usual. But the left pits two teams few picked to reach New Orleans. On Sunday, it's Notre Dame vs. UConn and Louisville vs. Cal as a trio of Big East teams crashes the party in the Big Easy.
Huskies freshman Breanna Stewart played more like a senior, with 21 points and three blocked shots. The game itself was decided in the final 10 minutes of the first half, when UConn went on a 26-3 run.
For the second straight NCAA tournament, Kentucky will face off against Connecticut for a spot in the Final Four. But this time around, the Wildcats are confident the end result will be much different.