That’s tough. I’d say Jess and Bri. Probably don’t get talked about enough which is crazy to think about and I feel their getting better playing together as the season goes on. But I’d say when both are playing well it’s Cox and Brown. I really like Anriel Howard shes got a lot of heart and she’s scrappy. McCowan has the size I don’t think she has the skill set of a Bri and Jess tho. I’d like to see Bri and Jess up against both those duos. I think Bri and Jess would have some success. Plus I think Bri and Jess can run the floor better then both those duos. Even tho Howard can run the floor well.
That was a bad day for both of them. I think since then they’ve continually developed a chemistry plus the passing inside has gotten better. Both usually don’t miss bunnies like they did that day. Granted sometimes they do. Both have been having stronger hands also. Like I said when Cox and Brown are both playing well I think their the best. But Brown has been on and off this season same with McCowan. I usually can get consistentancy out of Bri and Jess.I would have believed this if Pheesa & Lou hadn't destroyed both Shepard & Turner in that 1st game. I was highly disappointed with their ability to miss so many chippies that day. Bad day for them ill agree , but i still don't see them being as effective as Cox & Brown.
Baylor's duo is inconsistent. Both have had very up and down games through the first half of the year. When they're on, they're as good as any duo in the nation. When they're off, they can be pretty bad like we saw vs. Stanford. If I'm a 2-4 seed, I'm excited at the prospect of Baylor vs. playing a team like Mississippi State or Notre Dame because you're more likely to catch Baylor on an off night.Well since Stanford's front court crushed Baylor's, do they get a vote? Problem is I'm not even sure who it is other than Alanna Smith. Fingall is done for the year w/ an injury. Dodson has been out several games. Jerome started the most recent game. Coffee usually doesn't play much but had a big game against Baylor.