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  1. Matthew Mitchell Channels Bruno Mars

    Melanie Jackson

    Matthew Mitchell likes you just the way you are, Big Blue Nation. Kentucky's women's college basketball coach put on a show once again Friday at the school's annual Midnight Madness event. After dancing like MC Hammer and Michael Jackson in previo...

    Blog | October 17, 2014
  2. Women's NCAA tournament 2014 - 1-64 power rankings

    Melanie Jackson

    During an interview on ESPNU on Tuesday, coach Geno Auriemma said his Huskies aren't cocky enough. Our 1-64 power rankings have plenty of attitude.

    Story | Conversation | March 18, 2014
  3. Women's NCAA basketball: Jugging March and motherhood

    Melanie Jackson

    Not everyone loves March Madness. Take, for example, my 8-year-old daughter, who despite my best efforts was born March 22, 2001. By "best efforts" I mean she was born a month prematurely. I wasn't planning on attending the Final Four in St. Louis ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 20, 2010
  4. All's fair in love and Bracketology

    Melanie Jackson

    A March Madness marriage? The return of Cynthia Cooper? Some intriguing first-round matchups? Check out our tourney primer for some storylines you might not have heard.

    Story | Conversation | March 13, 2007
  5. Wade winner Augustus earns third straight Kodak nod

    Melanie Jackson

    LSU senior Seimone Augustus won the Wade Trophy for the second straight year and her third consecutive Kodak All-American nod on Saturday. * All-time Kodak teams

    Story | Conversation | April 01, 2006
  6. Feaster leads Crimson to historical upset

    Melanie Jackson

    In March 1998, Harvard became the first No. 16 seed to be a No. 1 seed with its upset of Stanford.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2006
  7. With a freshman leading the way, Texas runs the table

    Melanie Jackson

    Texas turned away all comers -- including Cheryl Miller -- in 1986 to win its first NCAA title and produce just the second undefeated season in women's NCAA history.

    Story | Conversation | March 24, 2006
  8. Lady Vols overcome subpar regular season for '97 title

    Melanie Jackson

    Ten regular-season losses -- the most ever for an NCAA champ -- didn't stop Tennessee from going all the way in '97.

    Story | Conversation | March 21, 2006
  9. Tennessee takes out three No. 1 seeds for first title

    Melanie Jackson

    In the first Final Four sellout, Tennessee beat three No. 1 seeds for its first national championship in 1987.

    Story | Conversation | March 05, 2006
  10. Haynie steal puts finishing touches on rally

    Melanie Jackson

    Down 16 with 16 minutes to play, Michigan State put together one of the greatest Final Four comebacks.

    Story | Conversation | February 26, 2006
  11. Questionable call ends Baylor's season

    Melanie Jackson

    Moment No. 18: After a controversial call, Tasha Butts hit two foul shots with 0.2 seconds left in the '04 Sweet 16.

    Story | Conversation | February 17, 2006
  12. Rebounding lacking for Lady Vols

    Melanie Jackson

    The Dish examines Tennessee's rebounding woes, hot Hofstra and the MWC's new scoring leader.

    Story | Conversation | February 15, 2006
  13. Marciniak leads Lady Vols to '96 title game

    Melanie Jackson

    Michelle Marciniak scored 21 points -- and made up for Nykesha Sales' key 3-pointer -- as the Lady Vols won 88-83 in OT at the '96 Final Four.

    Story | Conversation | February 13, 2006
  14. Stanford wins title No. 2 as Cavs come up short

    Melanie Jackson

    In 1992, Stanford won its second title -- while Virginia came up empty-handed at its third straight Final Four.

    Story | Conversation | February 10, 2006
  15. Triangle-and-two puts end to Tennessee

    Melanie Jackson

    Duke's upset of Tennessee in '99 put an end to Chamique Holdsclaw's college career -- and put the Devils in their first Final Four.

    Story | Conversation | February 04, 2006
  16. With time expiring, Tennessee pulls off comeback

    Melanie Jackson

    An ill-timed turnover allowed Tennessee to steal a last-second win from LSU in the 2004 Final Four.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2006