Des Moines Regional Final: (1) Baylor 77 – (2) Tennessee 58

03/26/2012

DES MOINES, IA – Baylor cruised into the Final Four with a 77-58 win over Tennessee, but the unbeaten Bears didn’t get there without a little bit of drama.

Star Brittney Griner and two other Baylor players were ejected for leaving the bench during a skirmish in the last minute of the game, but the NCAA has already announced that no players will be suspended for the Final Four.

Top-seeded Baylor will face Stanford on Sunday in Denver.

Mike Corey and Brenda VanLengen called the action on the Westwood One Radio Network.

(NeNe Hayden’s three puts Baylor up 26-16 early)

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(Hayden hits again to make it 33-20 Bears)

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(Odyssey Sims’ triple makes it 49-38)

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(Brittney Griner’s hoop and foul puts Baylor up 58-41)

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(Odyssey Sims’ postgame interview)

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(Postgame recap from Mike Corey and Brenda VanLengen)

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