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Final Four picks

In a Final Four full of No. 1 seeds, how do you pick the favorite? Before the national semifinals tip off Sunday, we predict which teams will reach the title game.

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10hBrett McMurphy

MAC won't hold championships in Indiana

The Mid-American Conference is the latest to take a stand against the state of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Final Four Previews

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ESPN.com 20th Anniversary: Top 20 Teams

ESPN.com celebrates its 20th anniversary this week. We highlight some of the top teams that characterized greatness in sports from 1995-2015.

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The Swagger of UConn

There's something different about UConn players, an aura of attitude, skill, personality, swagger. And it's overflowing. Kate Fagan explores the atmosphere of success Geno Auriemma has built in Storrs -- but it's not for everybody.

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First and last 16-seed to win

Two serious injuries, one possible over-seeding, one possible under-seeding and a long dog walk ... Harvard's historic upset of Stanford in the 1998 NCAA tournament's opening round, the first and only time a No. 16 seed has beaten a No. 1, had a little bit of everything.

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40 min discipline/execution needed play UCONN. 1) make shots cause can't stop 'em 2)1on1 "D" cause can't double/over rotate 3)no trans. 3s

Young group of women's All-Americans
Women's College Basketball 

For only the second time since the AP started honoring All-Americans in 1996, there are no seniors on the team. The team: Jewell Loyd, Notre Dame (Jr.), Breanna Stewart, UConn (Jr.), Tiffany Mitchell, South Carolina (Jr.), Nina Davis, Baylor (So.) and Amanda Zahui, Minnesota (So.)

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Cold streaks over for Big Ten, SEC

Thanks to Maryland -- new to the conference -- the Big Ten has its first women's Final Four team since 2005. And South Carolina ends a drought for the SEC, which was last represented in the Final Four by Tennessee and LSU in 2008.

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Women's 1-seeds to battle it out Sunday
Women's College Basketball 

UConn hasn't lost in 2015. Neither has Maryland. In this Final Four matchup on Sunday, one team's 2015 record will be blemished.

Women's College Basketball 

UConn women second, but not by much
Women's College Basketball 

With its eighth straight Final Four appearance, UConn is on the heels of Tennessee -- who just missed its 19th Final Four by losing to Maryland 58-48 on Monday night -- for most all time.

Women's College Basketball 

Biggest question for UConn-Maryland?
Women's College Basketball 

ESPN's Kara Lawson weighs in on the Final Four matchup Sunday: "Can Maryland score enough points? UConn's so prolific on the offensive end, the Terps are going to have to play their best offensive game of the season."

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Women's All-America team announced
Women's College Basketball 

UConn's Breanna Stewart and Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd highlight The Associated Press' All-America team. South Carolina's Tiffany Mitchell, Baylor's Nina Davis and Minnesota's Amanda Zahui B round out the first team. Full team

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ESPN in Snapchat Discover Live
Women's College Basketball 

Connecticut and Maryland joined Notre Dame and South Carolina by reaching the Women’s Final Four on Monday. Find out what the significance is of these four top seeds making it this far in today’s edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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Familiar faces in Women's Final Four
Women's College Basketball 

Three of the same teams from last year -- UConn, Maryland and Notre Dame -- join South Carolina in Tampa. It's the third time since the women's tourney began in 1982 that all four No. 1 seeds will meet. This marks the 8th straight trip for UConn and 5th straight for Notre Dame. Who will win?

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