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Who Survives the Women's NCAA Final Four: Baylor or Oregon?
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The Women's NCAA Tournament is reaching its climax as the Final Four is set and ready to do battle for the national championship. In the first game, the Baylor Lady Bears and Oregon Ducks are facing off. Kelani Brown and Lauren Cox are leading the Lady Bears with their size and skill while the Ducks are led by the individual brilliance of Sabrina Ionescu. Who will advance? 🏀

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Who Survives the Women's NCAA Final Four: Baylor or Oregon?
#LadyBearsFTW
#OregonDucksFTW
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It's been seven years since the Lady Bears rode the tall shoulders of Britney Griner to a national championship. In 2019, they have two bigs that will lead them to the championship game.

Kelani Brown and Lauren Cox are the twin towers that have dominated the tournament in every matchup Baylor has had. Against Iowa, they flexed their size and skill, scoring a combined 50 points, 18 rebounds and five blocks. 

There isn't a team remaining that can handle these two beasts on the block. Baylor is going to dominate Oregon.

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Stars become superstars on the national stage and no one has shown out more than Sabrina Ionescu. From dropping triple-doubles to letting men know their kitchen jokes are played, the junior guard is balling out and shining when it matters most.

She led Oregon to a close win over Mississippi State with 31 points. While Baylor has those two towering players, Ionescu has the game to overcome anything. In no other sport can an individual effort propel a team to great heights and the Ducks have one of the most skilled players in the game leading them.

The Ducks are pulling off this upset.

FINAL RESULTS
Who Survives the Women's NCAA Final Four: Baylor or Oregon?
#LadyBearsFTW
A festive crown for the winner
#OregonDucksFTW
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