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After three straight trips to the Final Four - two of which ended one win short of a national title - Notre Dame's three senior starters are down to their last chance.
Not surprising, it was Tom Izzo and Michigan State that proved the only certainty on a chaotic opening day.
They were just questions asked of a tired coach after a loss.
The day started with a bracket-crushing blow. More upsets followed. Four overtime games, a record. A buzzer-beater, a pair of late-night scares.
Taylor Greenfield might be the only Stanford player happy about traveling 1,800 miles to the middle of Iowa to open the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
There was no way to plan for the two errant shots that doomed Arizona State, and that made the loss even more difficult for the Sun Devils.
It's more than a figure of speech to say Harvard's last trip to this stage of the NCAA tournament felt like an elbow to the face - especially if that face belongs to Siyani Chambers.