It may be a long time until a college has similar success in an academic year relative to that the Sooners had throughout this year's 2008-09 campaign. For a look at the major success, what you might not see again for year's to come and why it's been such a good year, let's look at the big three stars and their achievements.
May 3, 2009
In what was one of the most difficult drafts to decipher, Angel McCoughtry was chosen by the Atlanta Dream with the first pick in the 2009 WNBA draft, as Full Court Press predicted. Did they make the right move? Bob Corwin interprets what the picks meant for each franchise and for the players selected.
April 11, 2009
With the clock ticking down toward the 2009 WNBA Draft (to be held April 9 at 3:00 p.m. EST), Bob Corwin brings you Full Court's final pre-draft update. Will previous predictions hold? Or will Tournament performances or off-season team transactions affect the stock of the presumptive top picks?
April 8, 2009
In a tale of two halves that saw Oklahoma and Louisville switch roles, it was the Cardinals that came out on top over the heavily-favored Sooners, 61-59, as Nyeshia Stevenson's potential game-winning shot in the final seconds rolled in and out of the basket. The win sent Louisville to Tuesday's NCAA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship game against unbeaten Connecticut.
April 6, 2009
The NCAA Final Four semifinal match-up between first-seeded Oklahoma and third-seeded Louisville may be a warm-up act for what most believe to be the "true" national championship game between UConn and Stanford. But there should still be some terrific basketball between two teams whose strengths and weaknesses could not be more different.
April 5, 2009
In a game that featured a lot more misses than makes by both teams, Oklahoma got the better of it in the second half and is on its way to St. Louis. In the first half, however, it looked like UConn might be the only Number One seed in the tournament to make that trip.
March 31, 2009