Stanford Basketball Coach Tara VanDerveer talks to a player during a game.
Stanford Women's Basketball coach Tara VanDerveer talks with player Jeanette Pohlen. Photo: Jeff Gross/Getty

Update: Did someone say “formidable Gonzaga”? Apparently, Stanford didn’t buy into that and buried the Zags 83-60. Now on to Indianapolis for the Final Four.

The Stanford Women’s Basketball team (32-2) is up against Gonzaga (31-4) on the Zags’ home turf as the two teams — one with the superstar coach, the other with a superstar point guard, battle it out for a spot in the NCAA Final Four.

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