A few notes on the winners of the Pac-12.
After being down 23-6 early in the contest, a spirited effort was no match for the vaunted Cardinal.
The Pac-12 network is a big deal for football. Hypothetically speaking (get it together, Pac-12/Direct TV!), it will allow Cal fans across the nation to see every Cal football game. But...
As much as Nneka Ogwumike's legacy at Stanford has contributed to making her the assumptive #1 pick in the 2012 WNBA Draft , there might be reason to believe that she's on her way to paving an even more impressive WNBA legacy as a scorer.
There is no question that Baylor Lady Bears center Brittney Griner was the Most Outstanding Player in the 2012 NCAA women's Final Four. Although a closer look at her statistics certainly illustrates that, it was the things that are harder to quantify - or at least attribute to one individual - that truly illustrate Griner's dominance.
It's sometimes hard to appreciate what the game plan of a losing team, but the Stanford Cardinal should be applauded for their game plan on both sides of the court against the Baylor Lady Bears on Sunday in the Final Four. Nevertheless, Baylor's guards responded to lead them to the win.
Stanford's Nnake Ogwumike made a statement that resonated with the fans after Sunday's Final Four loss to the Baylor Lady Bears. A statement that showcased why this team, while it might not be the 'best' in Cardinal history, has a place as the 'favorite'.
AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR. The pinnacle awaits. It's everywhere here in Denver. On the Pepsi Center. Downtown. On the media guide cover and in-game graphics. "The Four" as it were will meet up today...