OK, so maybe you have to take Stanford and UConn out of the conversation. But Sunday's results alone (five upsets in 10 games involving Top 25 teams) are proof that parity is alive and well.
It might be Valentine's Day. But Wyoming fans critical of the Cowgirls' No. 9 seed in Monday's projection weren't giving any love to our bracketologist.
Who knew that four games in two days could impact Charlie Creme's latest bracket projection so much? And for winners like Oklahoma, North Carolina and Kansas State, that was very good news.
Interpreting the resumes of Delaware, Green Bay, North Carolina, Texas, Kansas State and Oklahoma is the toughest part to Women's Bracketology this season.
Tennessee tops the region, but the story in Dayton is all the great point guards that'll be in action starting Saturday.
Forget debating whether OU or OSU gets the final No. 2 seed. As Charlie Creme explains, it doesn't really matter because their paths won't be much different. • Bracket