Sooners set sights on ultimate prize

Seeing Texas A&M win the national
championship hit close to home for Oklahoma's women's basketball
The Sooners have been to the NCAA tournament 12 years in a row
and to the Final Four three times in that span, but are still
chasing their first national championship.
After getting that close, coach Sherri Coale says it's difficult
to see any other team win it all - much less a conference rival.
Despite losing star point guard Danielle Robinson to the WNBA,
the Sooners open this season with their eyes on the ultimate prize.
In some ways, it helps to know that a team they've beaten numerous
times and have always been competitive with can bring home the