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Defending champion and No. 1 Baylor falls to upstart Cardinals

April 2, 2013

Baylor wishes they could have Easter Sunday back. Just hours after their Louisville male counterparts manhandled the Duke Blue Devils on Easter Sunday to advance to the Men’s Final Four, the Louisville women continued their March Madness journey in attempting to do the same, by defeating the #1 ranked Baylor Bears, 82-81, in what many are calling the greatest upset in college women’s basketball history. Baylor’s star phenom Brittney Griner saw her stellar college career come to a resounding halt, in what was a game she will not soon forget.

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