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Topic - Bria Goss
Kentucky came up with the big shots and stops to survive Syracuse's upset bid and make it back to the Sweet 16.
Kentucky's big edge in SEC tournament semifinals experience won out over South Carolina's regular-season title.
South Carolina picked a bad time for what coach Dawn Staley called the worst showing of the season.
Kentucky didn't like the way things were going after losing two of three games in the Southeastern Conference during the past two weeks.
Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell has taken note of Missouri's progression in its second season in the Southeastern Conference.
"This is a huge win," Goss said. "Missouri is a really good team and for us to come out (and play) the way we did and battle back, get that confidence back is really good for us."
"He (Mitchell) told us to just let everything go, just play and be confident," Goss said.