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Interview: Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer on embracing the moment, yet staying focused on task at hand

02 April 2017 Comments are off for this post.
DALLAS, TX – Mississippi State head coach Vic Schaefer has already made a huge statement in his return to his home state of Texas, shocking the sports world when his second-seeded Bulldogs knocked off top-seeded Connecticut in a hard-earned, overtime victory in the Final Four.  The thrilling upset just also…
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Women’s National Championship Preview: SEC’s best set for title bout in the Lone Star State

02 April 2017 Comments are off for this post.
DALLAS, TX – For the first time ever, the SEC will crown a Women’s National Champion that is not the Tennessee Volunteers, as conference rivals–top-seeded South Carolina and second-seeded Mississippi State–will square off for the third and final time this season. The Gamecocks won the first two contests between the pair–which included…
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This Week in the NCAA: Change coming to the Women’s NCAA Tournament?

04 October 2013 Comments are off for this post.
Big changes could be coming to the Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournament in coming years, after a summit last week in Indianapolis during which several potential changes to how and when the tournament is staged were discussed. While nothing has been officially decided at this point, Kevin Kugler has more details…
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Women’s National Championship Game: (1) Baylor 80 – (1) Notre Dame 61

03 April 2012 Comments are off for this post.
DENVER, CO – Forty up, forty down.  The Baylor Bears not only claimed the women’s national championship, but also made some history in the process. With an 80-61 victory over Notre Dame, Baylor became the first team in the history of women’s or men’s college basketball to finish the season…
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