For the first time since 2002, the women's NCAA tournament will return to having the top 16 seeds host the first and second rounds, which, along with the regionals, also return to a Friday through Monday format.
The madness we've all been waiting for tips Saturday morning. We look at what underdogs might come out on top, which teams might make the most noise, and the tourney's reigning top dog, UConn sophomore Breanna Stewart.
Our resident bracketologist examines how South Carolina, not Stanford, ended up a No. 1 seed, why geography didn't play as big of a role in the bracket this year, and explains why a No. 3 seed might be just what Louisville deserved.