Oklahoma City Regional breakdown

Originally Published: March 29, 2013
By Mechelle Voepel

Oklahoma City Regional organizers were fairly sure that defending NCAA champion Baylor would be heading there this year. Baylor seemed likely to repeat as a No. 1 seed and make the trek up Interstate 35 from Waco, Texas.

The less-expected bonus was getting "home" team Oklahoma. The Sooners, plagued by injuries, still managed to finish tied for second in the Big 12. They got a No. 6 seed and were on a neutral court for the early rounds of the NCAA tournament. And with the chance ...

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