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NCAA Women's Tournament 2016: Baylor vs. Idaho Game Thread

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Baylor's sole remaining playing basketball team tips off in a few minutes on ESPN2 from Waco.

Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports
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[1] Baylor vs. [16] Idaho
March 18 | 4 p.m. CT
Waco, Texas | Ferrell Center (10,284)

TV: ESPN2
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Let's do this, Ladies!  Idaho is 24-9 on the season and plays in the Big Sky Conference, and they got to the NCAA Tournament by winning their conference tourney after finishing third in the regular season.  I'd like to give you more information about their team, including a few stats, but their website is horrific for WBB.  That's a shame. Here's their roster from ESPN.com:

Idaho Vandals
NO NAME POS HT CLASS HOMETOWN
1 Christina Salvatore G 5-11 SR Anaheim, CA
2 Karlee Wilson G 5-4 JR Lewiston, ID
4 Brooke Reilly F 6-1 JR Spokane, WA
5 Brigitte O'Neill F 6-2 FR Melbourne, VIC
11 Tayla Corrigan F 6-2 SR Adelaide, SA
12 Nejra Solo F 6-5 SO Zenica, Bosnia & Herzegovina
13 Ali Forde F 6-2 SR Woodinville, WA
14 Taylor Pierce G 5-7 FR Carlsbad, CA
21 Mikayla Ferenz G 5-11 FR Walla Walla, WA
22 Bethany Krause G 5-8 SO Centerville, OH
23 Renae Mokrzycki F 6-0 SR Melbourne, VIC
31 Geraldine McCorkell F 6-0 SO Melbourne, VIC
32 Agueda Trujillo G 6-0 JR Manacor, Spain
35 Connie Ballestero G 5-9 SR Orange, CA
44 Sue Winger F 6-2 FR Spokane, WA

To say this would be an upset of monumental proportions, should the Lady Bears lose, is to delight in understatement.  It would be one of the biggest upsets ever.  No jinx, though!