Toss the chalk out the window. The 2023 women’s NCAA tournament bracket needs a pencil with an extra large eraser.
Perhaps inspired by 8-seed Ole Miss‘ upset of Stanford on Sunday, ninth-seeded Miami sent a second No. 1 seed home in as many nights, eliminating Indiana in Bloomington on Monday. It’s the first time in 25 years that two No. 1 seeds failed to reach the Sweet 16. How’s that Women’s Tournament Challenge bracket looking now? Read More