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Topic - Kim Mulkey-Robertson
It's hard to believe that with all that Baylor lost, Odyssey Sims has the Lady Bears one victory away from reaching the Final Four again.
The last time Baylor and Kentucky met, they played one of the most exciting games in the history of women's basketball.
Odyssey Sims and Baylor's two other seniors clasped hands and with wide grins skipped around the home court.
California coach Lindsay Gottlieb can envision her team one day being in the position the Golden Bears now face with a second-round NCAA tournament game at perennial power Baylor.
Nina Davis and Odyssey Sims put on a quite a show for Baylor coach Kim Mulkey to watch from home.
If Kim Mulkey doesn't like how Baylor is playing in its first-round NCAA tournament game, the Lady Bears coach might head out the back door and pull weeds.
Everything seems pretty much the same for perennial national power Baylor, with another Big 12 title and a No. 2 seed in hand headed into the NCAA women's tournament.
Baylor superstar Odyssey Sims has been in a bit of a slump while dealing with special defenses designed to slow her down.
The setting was perfect for Odyssey Sims and No. 6 Baylor to win another Big 12 title.
Even with a huge lead in the second half, Baylor coach Kim Mulkey wasn't comfortable. She wasn't surprised when Oklahoma made a run to challenge the Lady Bears and make a game of it.
Sherri Coale knows what it's like to be down by a bunch and rally for a win. Her Oklahoma Sooners almost pulled off a miraculous comeback against Baylor before falling short.
Hallie Christofferson caught a pass right in front of the basket, turned to avoid a Baylor defender and rose toward the front of the rim with nobody around her.
When Odyssey Sims caught a pass in transition, Baylor coach Kim Mulkey figured her star guard was headed toward another fast-break layup.
Baylor coach Kim Mulkey thought her team could have been remembering how easily they'd upended Texas Tech in their first meeting this season.
Odyssey Sims became Baylor's starting point guard as a freshman and almost made it to the NCAA Final Four.
"I guess you've just reached the pinnacle of your career when you have your own bobble head," Mulkey said.
"You do it for your program, but your program's got to be ready to handle that kind of competition," Mulkey said.