The day after

Pretty quiet on the surface of the news front, but I mined and mined and got some great nuggets………

College team news:

Miami is the NCAA’s team of the week.

Could Oregon and Oregon State both play in the NCAA Sweet 16 in Portland?

Both teams have risen to elite status.

The Beaver’s win over the Ducks last night has boosted their confidence.

The plot thickens for Oregon.

Baylor can clinch a share of their ninth straight Big 12 title tomorrow.

Iowa State is increasingly reliant on their starting five.

Streaking Miami Ohio wants more.

Drexel is eyeing a Tournament run after a big win.

Indiana is starving for a win.

College player news:

Naismith defensive POY semifinalists.

Arizona State’s international players are thriving in the desert environment.

Caitlin Hose is seeing more minutes at Georgia.

Senior guard Adrianna Hahn hopes to lead Villanova to the Tournament.

Long-distance dialing is still the hallmark of Suzanne Gilreath’s game for Wisconsin.

Q&A with Oklahoma freshman Nydia Lampkin.

Hawaii’s leading scorer, Makenna Woodfolk, is pregnant and will step away from the game.

College coach news:

Georgia coach Joni Taylor gave birth to a girl this morning, not 12 hours after coaching a game.

This Saturday’s cancer walk will have special meaning for Louisiana coach Garry Brodhead, whose wife died of breast cancer.

Bracketology:

The latest.

Today’s results.

Tomorrow’s game schedule.

Bonus:

Five of the most surprising Tourney runs in NCAA history.

Pioneering Vanderbilt administrator June Stewart has passed away.

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