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March Madness: Ole Miss Stuns Stanford

Sheer grit. That’s how the eighth-seeded Rebels pulled off the upset of the tournament — a 54-49 win over top-seeded Stanford. Ole Miss' defense held the Cardinal to just 32.7% shooting in a game in which they never trailed, but — true to form — buckled down defensively in the final moments. Read about the upset that shook the women’s field. Plus, Caitlin Clark’s Curry-range three-pointers, Angel Reese's historic performance, and more.

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March Madness: Ole Miss Stuns Stanford
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    Ole Miss D Disrupts Cardinal

    "I think some teams look at us and think, 'Oh, the nice girls from Stanford.'"

    No upsets in the women's tourney, huh?

    No upsets in the women's tourney, huh?

    "When she crosses half court, she's in her range."

    Three-point legend Steph Curry shows admiration for Iowa's shooting sensation.

    Angel Reese Dominates Michigan

    Baltimore native, LSU star Angel Reese accomplishes feat not done in NCAA Tournament in 23 years

    Baltimore native, LSU star Angel Reese accomplishes feat not done in NCAA Tournament in 23 years

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    BALTIMORE - Baltimore native and LSU basketball star Angel Reese did something that hasn't happened in more than two decades. The LSU forward became …

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