With two perfect teams leading the field, the women's NCAA tournament has a couple of heavy-hitting anchors.
But when the bracket is revealed on ESPN/WatchESPN starting at 7 p.m. ET -- with extended coverage on ESPNU/WatchESPN at 8 p.m. ET -- one of the big issues to be settled is where defending champion Connecticut (34-0) is placed regionally.
This year, the NCAA opted to return to regional sites on schools' home courts, which used to be commonplace. But the NCAA ...
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