It took a historic comeback and an epic shot to give Notre Dame its second national championship.
The last-second 3-pointer by Arike Ogunbowale that lifted the Irish over Mississippi State 61-58 Sunday night was a riveting — and fitting — conclusion to the greatest women's Final Four, and maybe any basketball championship.
Coach Muffet McGraw's team has been the comeback queens of the NCAA Tournament, with Ogunbowale conjuring a bit of magic, not once, but twice.
The junior guard provided an astonishing encore to her game-winning shot that beat UConn in the Final Four two days earlier. That capped another double-digit rally. The Irish had to come back from halftime...