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2016 Schedule
26-8, 2nd in Big Ten
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Lady Vols take down Buckeyes, 78-62 (1:42)
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Lady Vols handle Buckeyes to extend NCAA run

Mercedes Russell scored a career-high 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and Tennessee continued its surprising run in the women's NCAA Tournament with a 78-62 victory over Ohio State in a Sioux F

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How Lady Vols dispatched Ohio State

Tennessee established itself in the opening 10 minutes, when the Lady Vols took a 23-10 lead over the Buckeyes after one quarter.

Watch: Tennessee (19-13) vs. Ohio State (24-7)

A win would send the Buckeyes to the Elite 8 for the first time since 1993. The Lady Vols are trying to make a regional final for the fifth time in six years. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Buckeyes' Craft (broken hand) out for NCAAs

Versatile guard Cait Craft will miss the rest of the women's NCAA tournament for the Buckeyes after suffering a broken left hand in practice.

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Tennessee's mission: Slow down OSU's Mitchell

Kelsey Mitchell is among the most elite scorer any team will ever face in the college game. And Tennessee must do what few have pulled off this season: Prevent the Ohio State star from going off.

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Experts' picks: Chalk will rule Sweet 16

Both the Pac-12 and SEC put four teams in the regional semifinals. Which conference will be better represented after the next round of games? Our experts weigh in.

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Voepel: How Kelsey Mitchell's 45 lifted Ohio State

Kelsey Mitchell scored 45 points, the fourth most in tournament history, to send Ohio State by West Virginia and into the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2011.

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Mitchell scores 45 in OSU win (3:12)
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Postgame Breakdown of PRIN vs. WV then BUFF vs. OSU. (2:17)
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Postgame Interview with OSU head coach Kevin McGuff (0:42)
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Sioux Falls Region preview: All eyes on SEC

South Carolina is an overwhelming favorite to reach another Final Four, Tennessee might have more to prove than any team, and Florida -- despite lacking momentum -- could be a dark horse.

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Ready for the women's bracket to be revealed

We know who the No. 1 seeds are. We know UConn is the overwhelming favorite. But what surprises might await when the women's NCAA tournament bracket is unveiled (ESPN/WatchESPN, 7 p.m. ET)?

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Bracketology: Bruins, Buckeyes swap seeds

UCLA's run to the Pac-12 final and Ohio State's loss in the Big Ten paved the way for the Bruins to vault past the Buckeyes onto the No. 2 seed line in Charlie Creme's updated projection.

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Stewart leads 6 seniors among Wooden finalists

Breanna Stewart, who has helped UConn to a 66-game win streak and three straight national titles, is one of six seniors on the Wooden Award list of 15 finalists released Friday.

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Teams prepare for final shot to lock up NCAA bid

Bubble teams have one last shot to make the case that they belong in the NCAA tournament. We preview the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC tourneys as teams face off for conference supremacy.

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Top Seeds Remain The Same In Bracketology

Back-to-back losses dropped Ohio State from a No. 2 seed as Charlie Creme checks in with an updated 64-team projection. Championship Week opens Wednesday as five tournaments tip off.