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23dMax Olson

Week 5 in the Big 12: What to watch for

Oklahoma's ability to bounce back and Texas' new-look defense are among the top Big 12 storylines to keep an eye on in Week 5.

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100dBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 stats and trends: Run defense

Which Big 12 teams have been toughest to run on over the past four seasons? Brandon Chatmon takes a look.

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215dCharlie Creme

Quick Dish: Five observations from Day 3

Top seeds Baylor and South Carolina cruised into the Sweet 16 as half the regional finals was set Sunday. Charlie Creme recaps everything you need to know from Day 3 of the NCAA tournament.

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215dMechelle Voepel

Voepel: How Kelsey Mitchell's 45 lifted Ohio State

Kelsey Mitchell scored 45 points, the fourth most in tournament history, to send Ohio State by West Virginia and into the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2011.

Mitchell scores 45 in OSU win (3:12)

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

All season long West Virginia played downhill, after a fashion. Basically, the Mountaineers committed far fewer turnovers than they forced. Tonight against Stephen F. Austin, however, that advantage vanished, and Bob Huggins' guys faced a mountain too steep for Mountaineers. WVU committed 22 turnovers, while SFA recorded just seven.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Fans watching Stephen F. Austin and West Virginia in Brooklyn are being treated to a fast-paced slugfest. The Mountaineer press has forced just four Lumberjack turnovers in 36 possessions. Neither team's put the ball in the basket with regularity, but excellent work done by SFA (and Thomas Walkup in particular) on the defensive glass has helped give the 'Jacks a three-point lead.

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Holmes, West Virginia muscle past Princeton

Bria Holmes led the way as West Virginia used its height and speed to pull away from Princeton 74-65 in the first round of the women's NCAA tournament.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

In terms of chalk seeding in East region, North Carolina should be pleased with potential matchups. Out of 2. Xavier, 3. West Virginia, 4. Kentucky, 5. Indiana -- none will try to play that frustrating, slow down game that can stifle the Tar Heels.