I assure you I have something incredibly trenchant and profound to say about the state of Women’s Basketball, but I’m already at least 40 hours into this project out of the last 72 or so and I’m afraid my brain is totally fried.
Fortunately most of the heavy lifting is done.
Do I have favorites? Sure. Michigan out of sentiment, Robert Morris because the sooner Louisville goes out the better it is for Connecticut who has to face them for the East Regional Championship. They already beat UConn once.
|12:00 pm||ESPN2||1||Louisville||29 – 3||16||Robert Morris||22 – 10||East|
|1:45 pm||ESPN2||4||South Carolina||21 – 9||13||Belmont||26-6||South|
|2:00 pm||ESPN2||5||Marquette||26 – 7||12||Rice||28 – 3||Midwest|
|2:00 pm||ESPN2||2||Iowa||26 – 6||15||Mercer||25 – 7||South|
|2:30 pm||ESPN2||8||Michigan||21 – 11||9||Kansas State||21 – 11||East|
|4:15 pm||ESPN2||5||Florida State||23 – 8||12||Bucknell||28 – 5||South|
|4:30 pm||ESPN2||7||Rutgers||22 – 9||10||Buffalo||23 – 9||East|
|4:30 pm||ESPN2||4||Texas A&M||24 – 7||13||Wright State||27 – 6||Midwest|
|4:30 pm||ESPN2||7||Missouri||23 – 10||10||Drake||27 – 6||South|