4/5/11

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As Texas A&M wins first title, Beats Notre Dame 76-70

Indianapolis - points, rebounds, also a great robbery, Daniel Adams saved his best game for the bigger stage and Texas A & M held its first national championship.

Adams has 22 of his 30 points in an environment that dominates the second and responds to Shopping Fighting Irish basket Tuesday night at Texas A & M has a title to the former military academy for men with a thrilling 76-70 victory before a crowd in favor of Notre Dame. 

No matter, it was women's basketball. You could, for the Aggies ponytail "waving in the wind say happy Texas A & M beat Notre Dame 76-70. Furthermore, it was the usual mix of hope and defense, in a sport that yearns so badly to be greater it is.
"I knew I could not stop me inside, so what I do, I took it on himself," Adams said.

Nobody was happier than Gary Blair, gave the A & M coach, not the Final Four since 1998, when he was with Arkansas. Blair clearly said it was a good thing that the top forces as Connecticut, New York and Stanford, not the title game.

"I'm not giving up," said Blair. "We could not play football, but it is good to see women's basketball at Texas A & M and Notre Dame in this game."

And then the Aggies came out and gave him the right.

Tyra White added 18 points for A & M, including a big 3-pointer as the shot clock buzzer with A & M up 73-68 with 1:07 put the sound on the left.

The Aggies are a newcomer national championship and bullied his way through the tournament to come to a head. Like Notre Dame, the Aggies defeated their conference rivals on the road, beating Baylor in Dallas in the regional final after losing to the Lady Bears three times during the season.

Adams, who had a history of disappearing in big games did not do anything like that on the night of Tuesday, the second each time points scored in a championship game (Sheryl Swoopes 47, 1993).


No matter, it was women's basketball. You could, for the Aggies ponytail "waving in the wind say happy Texas A & M beat Notre Dame 76-70. Furthermore, it was the usual mix of hope and defense, in a sport that yearns so badly to be greater it is.

The Aggies won an entertaining game for the national championship, unlike men mill Connecticut 53-41 last night as a station of the University of New England. Notre Dame shot 59% in the first half, Texas A & M 68% the second.

This opposition was, no doubt, not basketball fans of the women here lost the urge to fight the good fight against injustice with the circus of the struggle of men feel. But a couple of disclaimers to be done.
The defense was not as well determined, and this was a basketball setting, not a cavernous football stadium. The Connecticut and Stanford women played in the Alamodome last year and half time score was 20-12.

However, the Aggies make history waves - their first Final Four will win by 30 points from a 1.6 dynamo named Daniel Adams, said he later said: "I was not going to let these women down." It also assumes that is an indication of the future.

The general expectation is that this end of the fresh faces - which is not Connecticut, Stanford and Michigan - a new era of parity signals and pleasant surprise of the fans. Of course, were Texas A & M and Notre Dame No. 2, both the seeds are not VCU Butler. But it is a good start.

"Tonight was the national championship game without the powers of the world called," said Texas A & M coach Gary Blair.

Unexpected finalist or not, the parity is still a work in progress. There have been 20 games decided in the men's tournament by three points or less, or overtime. For women, there were six.

Had problems here, which was not filled Conseco Fieldhouse for this breath of fresh air. "Where are you, to Indianapolis?" Blair said on Sunday in hope, the hype of the door.

His enthusiasm is understandable, and no one in any sport work harder to attract new believers as Blair, wife of prisoner for life in basketball. that is authorized to charge someone criticized those who have to pay to access - but I always found it difficult matter, regardless of game media or coaches to visit question

In any case, there were hundreds of empty seats Tuesday night, when the announced attendance of 17.473 was not far below capacity. This makes the battle for what will be the sport.

Everyone tries so hard. The coaches presented television interviews during timeouts Tuesdays, the players at halftime. The starters are new in their fields.

So now we know Notre Dame guard Natalie Novosel Adams pursued anthropology and stars of the tournament in leadership and agricultural development.

It was a night for women's football has its own structure and style can be estimated (although not a rule of 10 seconds to get the ball in midfield fashion is silly.) Those who enjoy this sport to be dismissed without a second look, something is missing.

I just wish I was not always so vague anger in the air in the event fall short in comparison with men. More than one voice was heard here about the general ugliness of Connecticut championship game Monday at Butler happy, as if that would lead to paying customers to the upper floors.

The women's tournament has a powerful, developed and Tuesday was the last test. But for the general public, there is a difference for men. There will always be a difference.

They do not accept that reality Aggies win no less impressive, since it seemed as happy as men in Connecticut Tuesday night last night, this is where justice must sein.Indianapolis -.. points, rebounds, which is a great robbery, Daniel Adams saved his best game for the bigger stage and Texas A & M held its first national championship.

Adams has 22 of his 30 points in an environment that dominates the second and responds to Shopping Fighting Irish basket Tuesday night at Texas A & M has a title to the former military academy for men with a thrilling 76-70 victory against Notre Dame a professional crowd.
No matter, it was women's basketball. You could, for the Aggies ponytail "waving in the wind say happy Texas A & M beat Notre Dame 76-70. Furthermore, it was the usual mix of hope and defense, in a sport that yearns so badly to be greater it is.
"I knew I could not stop me inside, so what I do, I took it on himself," Adams said.

Nobody was happier than Gary Blair, gave the A & M coach, not the Final Four since 1998, when he was with Arkansas. Blair clearly said it was a good thing that the search for first force such as Connecticut, Michigan and Stanford, not the title game.

"I'm not giving up," said Blair. "We could not play football, but it is good to see women's basketball at Texas A & M and Notre Dame in this game."

And then the Aggies came out and gave him the right.

Tyra White added 18 points to the left of A & M, including a big 3-pointer as the shot clock buzzer with A & M up 73-68 with 1:07 put the sound.

The Aggies are a newcomer national championship and bullied his way through the tournament to come to a head. Like Notre Dame, the Aggies defeated their conference rivals on the road, beating Baylor in Dallas in the regional final after losing to the Lady Bears three times during the season.

Adams, who had a history of disappearing in big games did not do anything like that on the night of Tuesday, the second each time points scored in a championship game (Sheryl Swoopes 47, 1993).


No matter, it was women's basketball. You could, for the ponytail Aggies "waving in the wind, happy said Texas A & M beat Notre Dame 1976-1970. Furthermore, there was the usual mix hope and defense, in a sport that craves so badly to be higher it is.

The Aggies won in entertaining national championship game, different from Connecticut 53-41 mill the night before as a man of College Station, in New England. Notre Dame shot 59% in the first half, Texas A & M 68% the second.

This opposition was, no doubt, not basketball fans of the women here lost the urge to fight the good fight against injustice with the circus of the struggle of men feel. But a couple of disclaimers to be done.
The defense is not found near the Sun, and it was a basketball setting, not a cavernous football stadium. The Connecticut and Stanford women played in the Alamodome last year and half time score was 20-12.

However, the Aggies make history waves - their first Final Four will win by 30 points from a 1.6 dynamo named Daniel Adams, said he later said: "I was not going to let these women down." Therefore assumed to be an indication of the future.

The general expectation is that this end of the fresh faces - which is not Connecticut, Stanford and Michigan - a new era of parity and the sign of the fan-pleasing surprise. Of course, were Texas A & M and Notre Dame, so no. 2 seeds are not VCU Butler. But it is a good start.

"Tonight was the national championship game without the powers of the world called," said Texas A & M coach Gary Blair.

Unexpected finalists or not, the parity is still a work in progress. There have been 20 games decided in the men's tournament by three points or less or more. For women there were six.

Had problems here, which was not filled Conseco Fieldhouse for this breath of fresh air. "Where are you, to Indianapolis?" Blair said on Sunday in hope, the hype of the door.

His enthusiasm is understandable, and no one in any sport work harder to attract new believers as Blair, wife of prisoner for life in basketball. What is authorized to charge someone criticized those who have to pay to access - but I always found it difficult matter, regardless of game media or coaches to visit question

In any case, hundreds of dogs were empty seats Tuesday night, when the announced attendance of 17.473 was not far below capacity. Turner said that the battle for what will be the sport.

Everyone tries so hard. Cars presented during interviews television timeouts on Tuesday, the players at halftime. The starters are new in their fields.

So now we know Notre Dame guard Natalie Novosel Adams pursued anthropology and stars of the tournament in leadership and agricultural development.

It was a night for women's football has its own structure and style can be estimated (although not a rule of 10 seconds to get the ball in midfield fashion is silly.) Those who enjoy this sport to be dismissed without a second look, something is missing.

I only wish that men are not always so vague anger in the air in the event that they fall short compared to. More than one voice was heard here about the general ugliness of Connecticut championship game Monday at Butler happy, as if that would lead to paying customers to the upper floors.

The women's tournament has a powerful, developed and Tuesday was the last test. But for the general public men, there is a difference. There will always be a difference.

Accept the reality that do not Aggies win no less impressive. They seemed as happy as men in Connecticut Tuesday night before the night. That's where justice has to be.