COLUMBIA — March Madness, also known as the NCAA Division I basketball tournament, might be the biggest four-week long party of the year. The men’s tournament is known for its countless Cinderella stories and even more dramatic finishes. The women’s tournament might not be as closely watched, but in a world where CBS streams every men’s game live on its Web site and ESPN will broadcast each of the 63 women’s games on its networks, the women produce almost as much drama each March.
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