Let the Final Four copy roll

Final Four begins tomorrow!!!!!

And once again, the stories are flowing and flowing:


Many are rooting for the young, fearless Terps, whom no one expected to be at the Final Four again.

Maryland has Final Four experience against UConn.

The guard play of the Terps will be key in tomorrow’s game.

Coach Brenda Frese and her team hope to end the Huskies Final Four reign.

Frese got to the top quicker than UConn coach Geno Auriemma.

Frese likes her team’s title chances.

Lexie Brown blogs.


The Huskies embrace their role as the favorite.

UConn’s sky-high standards are unique to the field.

The Huskies are a team that jelled, and kept getting better.

Can UConn be tamed?

Three Huskies rank with the best, but there’s work to do.

“Beastly” Morgan Tuck has a new nickname.

South Carolina:

South Carolina’s bench could trouble the Irish.

Coach Dawn Staley has her eyes on a national championship.

Proven winner Staley makes her return to the Final Four.

Staley has turned the Gamecocks into national contenders.

The Gamecocks know that Notre Dame is more than just Jewell Loyd.

Aleighsa Welch has sparked South Carolina’s recent success.

For at least two players, Staley’s pitch is coming true.

Staley has stepped up her game as a coach.

Notre Dame:

Jewell Loyd is a superstar, when needed.

Loyd shines brightest for the Irish.

Taya Reimer’s hiatus has paid off for Notre Dame.

Irish “mom” Natalie Achonwa comes to the rescue again.

Coach Muffet McGraw is concerned about South Carolina’s depth.

The Irish double down on the Mabrey family from New Jersey.

Cool bonus:

ESPN crew members reflect on 20 years of Final Four coverage.

Ultimate analyst Kara Lawson talks Final Four.