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Anything possible as parity increases

Updated: November 7, 2005, 9:46 AM ET
Associated Press

Baylor is the defending champion, Connecticut has no All-Americans and Tennessee's most heralded player is a freshman who has yet to appear in a game.

Is this really women's basketball? Amazingly, it is.

The sport begins its 25th season as part of the NCAA with a feeling that the Final Four no longer is the exclusive domain of a few elite teams, and a belief that the path to a championship doesn't have to go through Storrs, Conn., or Knoxville,Tenn.

And it's due in large measure ...

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