Brittney Griner and the Baylor Bears have one goal this season -- a national championship.
Anything less would be a disappointment for the undefeated top-seeded Lady Bears, who are looking to become the seventh school to run through a season unbeaten.
Standing in the way could be the other No. 1 seeds -- Stanford, Connecticut and Notre Dame, dominant all season long. The Huskies and Irish both lost competitive games at Baylor this season.
Griner and Baylor, who lost in the regional final last season, could be the first team ever to win 40 games in a year, but coach Kim Mulkey only cares about one thing -- a second national title for the school.
"We started hearing about that, and it's never been a goal of ours," Mulkey said of winning 40 games. "Our simple goal is to win a national championship."
The basketball madness gets started Saturday -- the first step en route to the Final Four, which begins April 1 in Denver.
To get to their second Final Four in three seasons, the Lady...