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Baylor coach Kim Mulkey-Robertson says she has always "put herself around winners." But, actually, it's more like people become winners when she's around, writes ESPN.com's Mechelle Voepel. Story
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After nailing the Final Four (something accomplished by just 3.2 percent of 175,000 brackets), Nancy Lieberman hung on to win a league that includes Diana Taurasi and Tamika Catchings. Lieberman failed to pick the correct winner, but so did a lot of folks. Just 1.4 percent (2,396 brackets) had Baylor meeting Michigan St. in the final. And the majority of them -- 52.8 percent (1,265) -- tabbed the Spartans to win.
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They beat three No. 1 seeds. Now, the Baylor Lady Bears are No. 1, winning their first NCAA title after beating Michigan St. 84-62. Story
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Stanford's Wiggins joins another elite list
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