|Albany's Coach Abe talking|
with Texas A&M head coach
Gary Blair between practices
Albany Times Union reporter Tim Wilkin poses the question of why can't Albany women's basketball make even more history after such a historic season for the program so far? A No. 14 seed has never beaten a No. 3 seed in NCAA Tournament history, but the Danes are looking to be the first.
The Times Union also published a piece in today's paper about Texas A&M's reaction to playing Albany in the first round and how impressed they are by the Great Danes' fundamentals, as well as a little concerned about facing another 6-8 center after seeing Baylor's Brittany Griner all conference season long.
Andrew Santillo of the Troy Record writes in his preview that the Danes need to stay in the moment, a moment that they feel well prepared for. Julie Forster speaks about how the battle on the boards will tell the tale in this game.
Bob Weiner also has a game preview today about how "underdog Albany is not going to roll over."
The Eagle in College Station talks about A&M staying home and hosting the first and second rounds and more about the mutual respect between Aggie head coach Gary Blair and Abrahamson-Henderson. The paper's women's college basketball notebook also talks about the Danes' new sweatsuits as well as Megan Craig.
Your News Now is in College Station with the team and also got Texas A&M's reaction and thoughts on Katie Abrahamson-Henderson's squad. The Aggies, the defending national champions, are definitely not overlooking the Danes.