Gary Blair can coach, Skylar Diggins can play, and there's more to women's college basketball than Stanford, Connecticut, Tennessee and Baylor. And that's a good thing.
There will not be a No. 1 seed in Tuesday's women's NCAA championship game, as the Aggies and Irish played spoiler for Connecticut and Stanford.
Connecticut, Notre Dame, Texas A&M and Stanford went through their final practices before Sunday's Final Four, hoping to fine-tune their game plans and get ready to play.
We asked staff writers from each of the student newspapers to state the case for why their school will win it all. Who's it going to be: Stanford, Notre Dame, UConn or Texas A&M? Check it out.
The secret of success for this year's Final Four teams is blending personalities.
We get to the source, asking a real rocket scientist to look at the women's Final Four and forecast who will win the national title.
Three out of the four teams heading to the women's Final Four in Indianapolis rely on veteran point guard leadership, and that's not by accident.
UConn and Stanford were expected to be playing in Indianapolis this weekend. Notre Dame and Texas A&M -- not so much. But the Fighting Irish and the Aggies will be joining the favorites in the Final Four.