In the greatest win in Louisville women's history, in the greatest upset the women's NCAA tournament has ever seen, fifth-seeded Louisville executed a perfect game plan to knock off defending NCAA champion Baylor.
In going a perfect 40-0 last season, Baylor managed to make something very difficult look pretty easy. And with all five starters back, led by Brittney Griner, all eyes are on the Lady Bears as they take aim at repeating as national champs.
Attribute No. 1 Baylor's 71-69 loss to No. 4 Stanford on Friday in part to the "Honolulu effect." Another factor? Baylor point guard Odyssey Sims played just four minutes because of a hamstring injury.