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Baylor coach Kim Mulkey struggles at times because her top-ranked Lady Bears are showing they can be better even without being perfect again.
Baylor is six wins from becoming the first team to win 40 games in a season. It's hardly a foregone conclusion this year that the Lady Bears will win the national championship.
Baylor coach Kim Mulkey has a top team, a top player and a gnawing pet peeve in the form of Texas A&M.
Through the years, the Iowa State women's basketball team almost always found a go-to player, someone to serve as the face of the program.
Melissa Jones is doing something Brittney Griner knows she can't do.
On the rare occasion when Kim Mulkey isn't thinking about her young team's next game or practice, the coach of No. 1 Baylor allows herself to briefly ponder her program's long-term potential.