Louisville pulled off one of the biggest upsets in NCAA tournament history Sunday night, bouncing Brittney Griner and the defending champion and No. 1 seed Baylor Bears, 82-81.
The fifth-seeded Cardinals (27-8) nearly blew a 17-point lead, but Monique Reid made two foul shots with 2.6 left to stun Baylor (34-2), which had won 32 straight games.
Brittney Griner finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds in Baylor's shocking loss in the Sweet 16. Head coach Kim Mulkey had a strong opinion about the officials. Watch here.
Maria Taylor catches up with Griner after Baylor's loss, and Rebecca Lobo and Pam Ward break down the Sweet 16 games in the Oklahoma City region. Watch here.
Pam Ward and Rebecca Lobo take a look at the collegiate career of Brittney Griner. Watch here.
Mechelle Voepel looks at just how big of an upset this was and how Louisville was able to pull it off. Read here.