Baylor Vs. Notre Dame, NCAA Women's Tournament 2012: Game Preview, TV Info And More

The Baylor Bears look to complete their undefeated with a championship victory against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Tuesday night in the NCAA Women's Tournament title matchup.

Baylor enters the contest with an impeccable 39-0 record, playing against a Notre Dame team it last saw in November and beat 94-81. Another win would make the Lady Bears the first team in history to go 40-0 in a season.

Led by Brittney Griner, who went off for 32 points and 14 rebounds in that earlier game against Notre Dame, Baylor is rolling and hasn't finished in a single-digit game in over a month when the Bears dropped the Texas A&M Aggies, 69-62 on Feb. 27.

The circumstances for Notre Dame don't look great, even though the Irish have played strong as well. Here is what beat writer Brent Zwerneman said about his 79-65 outcome prediction in Baylor's favor:

"The Lady Bears would be pretty good without Griner. They're great with her and will overwhelm the Irish to take care of last year's "Unfinished Business," the team's mantra."

Read more about Baylor at Our Daily Bears.

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