Christen Press leads balanced Stanford
The first four rounds of the NCAA tournament tell a tale of egalitarian unrest. Examine a bracket stripped of three No. 1 seeds in the first three rounds and six of the top eight seeds in the first four rounds and the message seems to be that no favorite is safe, every extra game earned is a privilege. But as the final four teams gather for the College Cup, there is at least one other interpretation centered on the lone team immune to the uprising.
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