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Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

The Gold Gang getting fans excited before the game.

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Notre Dame star Turner (ACL) to miss season

Notre Dame center Brianna Turner will miss the upcoming season to continue rehabilitating the ACL tear she suffered in last season's NCAA tournament.

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138dMechelle Voepel

Shepard, Big Ten's ROY, headed to Notre Dame

Jessica Shepard, who won Big Ten Rookie of the Year honors in 2016 for Nebraska, has confirmed that she will transfer to Notre Dame.

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Liberty bring back Allen weeks after cutting her

Getting cut by the New York Liberty at the end of training camp allowed Lindsay Allen to enjoy her final week of college at Notre Dame and partake in graduation ceremonies. Now she's back in New York and will sign with the team on Wednesday.

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180dMirin Fader

Competitiveness is 'just part of' Muffet McGraw's DNA

From the first time she played organized basketball, Muffet McGraw demonstrated a relentless desire to improve, compete and dominate -- which have driven the Irish coach to a Hall of Fame career.

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181dCharlie Creme

UConn is back on top in Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2017-18

We crowned a champion barely two weeks ago, but how does your team stack up for next season? Presenting your first look at the best of the best of women's college basketball for 2017-18.

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McGraw's success at Notre Dame is legendary (0:28)
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Last-second defensive stand sends Stanford to Final Four (1:05)
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205dGraham Hays

Stanford edges Notre Dame for spot in Final Four

Trailing by as many as 16 points, No. 2 seed Stanford got 19 second-half points from Brittany McPhee, and Erica McCall blocked Notre Dame's final shot to help the Cardinal reach the Final Four.

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Which teams will advance from the Elite Eight?

Will the Cinderella run continue for Oregon, just the second 10-seed to reach the regional final? Will No. 1 seeds UConn, Notre Dame, Baylor and South Carolina advance to the Final Four?

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Notre Dame tops Ohio State in Sweet 16 (0:58)
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Notre Dame routs Ohio St. to get to Elite 8

Arike Ogunbowale had a career-high 32 points, Lindsay Allen added 16 and Notre Dame easily beat Ohio State 99-76 on Friday night in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.

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207dGraham Hays

Confident stars carry Irish, Cardinal to Elite Eight

Notre Dame's Arike Ogunbowale and Stanford's Erica McCall never doubted their abilities -- or that of their teammates -- to win, despite a tough week for the two consistent powerhouses.

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Which teams will advance from the Sweet 16?

Will the Cinderella runs continue for Oregon and Quinnipiac? Can Notre Dame overcome injury? Can Kelsey Plum drive Washington to the Elite Eight? And which 3-seed is predicted to upset a No. 2?

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Voepel, Hays & Robinson on Notre Dame

LaChina Robinson, Mechelle Voepel and Graham Hays discuss the Lexington Region of the Women's NCAAW Tournament, Brianna Turner's ACL injury and Notre Dame's chances without their star forward.

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210dVicki L. Friedman

Point guard Allen drives Irish into Sweet 16

Muffet McGraw knew replacing Skylar Diggins wouldn't be easy. But Lindsay Allen has been running the Irish ever since Diggins' departure and has led Lexington's top seed into the regional semis.

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210d

Irish's Turner suffers torn ACL, out of NCAAs

Brianna Turner will miss the rest of the season as the Notre Dame forward suffered a torn ACL during Notre Dame's second-round win in the NCAA tournament.

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211dMechelle Voepel

First impressions of the Sweet 16

A pair of double-digit seeds. Five Pac-12 teams. A rematch of one of the tourney's all-time greatest upsets. The Sweet 16 is set -- and full of potential when the regional semifinals open Friday.

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Notre Dame escapes Purdue's upset attempt in OT (0:52)