Oklahoma City hasn't been too kind to Baylor the last few years in the women's NCAA Tournament. The Lady Bears lost in 2013 to Louisville and in 2015 to Notre Dame. Coach Kim Mulkey doesn't care about the past, focusing on the current team which has run through its first two games of the NCAAs. Baylor faces Louisville on Friday night in a rematch of one of the biggest upsets in the tournament. "That's history," she said. "So now you go to this game, and they're a different team, we're a different team." Mulkey said she doesn't make too much of the similar circumstances or the past upsets. "You win some you shouldn't and you lose some that you probably shouldn't, but you can't let them just kill
"It was my decision, and the coaches' decision, to have me redshirt," Burt said after Wednesday's spring practice. "We talked about it and thought it would be best for me, and it ended up being a good thing. I've gotten stronger and faster, and grown as a person as well." Recruited as a defensive back out of Brigham City's Box Elder High, the 6-foot-1, 205-pound Burt was moved to running back in fall camp back in 2015. He finished with 14 carries for 86 yards and also returned some kickoffs. He participated with BYU's indoor track team this past winter, improving his burst and his speed. "I felt like I had a pretty good year my freshman year, but I wanted to get faster, trim a little weight,"
today and get instant tournament news and alerts,and upsets from SportsLine! After sending Duke home Sunday, seventh-seeded South Carolina looks to keep its momentum rolling Friday night in a Sweet 16 showdown with No. 3 seed Baylor. Below is viewing information for the game. Friday, March 24, 7:29 p.m. ET TBS With 29 points in the comeback win against Marquette and 24 points in the Gamecocks’ second-round upset victory over Duke, Sindarious Thornwell etched himself into school history forever as the face of the first NCAA Tournament run in nearly a half-century. The Gamecocks lost five of seven games heading into the postseason but have totally reversed course in one weekend, finishing as the