2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
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Amber Ramirez, Frank Jackson highlight Powerade Jam Fest (4:19)
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Amber Ramirez wins 3-point contest (0:35)
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Karen Aston halftime interview (0:42)
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B. McCarty Steal and made Layup. (0:36)
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B. McCarty made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by B. Taylor. (0:11)
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Former head coach Jody Conradt honored at Texas (0:46)
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espnW Highlight of the Night (1:38)
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Freshmen Monpremier, Brown lead Baylor over TCU

Freshman Beatrice Monpremier scored a game-high 18 points, Kristy Wallace added 11 points and seven assists and No. 6 Baylor overcame a slow start to handily beat TCU 72-55 on Saturday.

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No. 17 Oklahoma women rally past TCU 78-65

Kaylon Williams scored 18 points with 10 rebounds and McKenna Treece scored all seven of her points in the fourth quarter to help No. 17 Oklahoma rally past TCU 78-65 Wednesday night.

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TCU won't have new arena ready until Dec. 20

Weather and other unforeseen circumstances have led to construction delays at TCU's new arena and it will not be ready for the men's and women's teams to play their openers there Nov. 13.

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503dKate Fagan

What the wait is like for bubble team TCU

In anticipation of Selection Monday, teams on the cusp like Texas Christian are putting faith in their resumes -- and specifically for the Horned Frogs, also in a construction paper outline stuck to coach Reagan Pebley's fridge with a rosy master plan to make the NCAA tournament.

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Big 12 makes big gains in Bracketology

Despite Baylor's second consecutive road loss, the Big 12 now projects to have seven teams in the NCAA tournament field, thanks to the continued failings of the teams at the bottom of the at-large pool.

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Week full of upsets means many changes to first Bracketology in March

Maryland moved to the top line, Notre Dame is now in Greensboro and Stanford is not a host in Charlie Creme's latest 64-team field. The Bracketology guru explains the changes and takes a deeper look at a less-than-impressive bubble.