Women's University Basketball 2019-20 – The last four options, predict the player of the year

Some of the top teams in women's college basketball will be on display in the next few days when Maryland's No. 3 held No. 8 South Carolina on Sunday (ESPN, 3 PM ET) and Tennessee goes to No. 16 Notre Dame on Monday (ESPN2, 7 pm ET).

So, with the New Orleans Women's Women's Final Four countdown going on, ESPN.com experts make their predictions, whether their Final Four selection or student identification Whichever one or the most will have the strongest impact. (And be sure to check out the biggest plot of the season.) Oregon's No. 1 wasn't the unanimous favorite to win it all in April.

Make a bold prediction for 2019-20

Charlie Creme: We wrote last month that Pac-12 could make history by becoming the first tournament to have three No. 1 seeds in the NCAA tournament. That won't happen – but the conference will put four teams into Elite Eight.

Graham said: Rice will have one of the best three seasons in Texas. If Owls can find some 3-point shooting points to balance Erica Ogwumike, Nancy Mulkey and a stifling defensive line, they will have a longer run in March than Texas, ranked 15th in AP 25, or 6 Texas A&M.

Mechelle Voepel: Oregon may have better odds of winning a national championship than the regular Pac-12 season championship. The tournament is predicted to be the best in the country and Ducks faces people like Oregon and Stanford twice, with their lone match against UCLA on the road. And Oregon goes to UConn to …

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