The analysts went on about Griner, asking people to take to Twitter to answer who could beat Baylor.
“Can anyone beat Baylor?” the host said.
“The Miami Heat,” said one of the analysts.
Some of the Oklahoma players pretended to analyze their brackets but senior Morgan Hook turned to fellow senior Whitney Hand and said, “Really?”
Regardless, the Sooners are one of seven Big 12 teams selected. OU was designated to the Oklahoma City Region by the NCAA selection committee, meaning all the Sooners have to do is win their first two games in Columbus and then they'll be back to playing in Oklahoma City.
First, they'll have to beat the Chippewas, who won the Mid-Atlantic Conference Tournament, beating conference No. 1 seed Toledo in the semifinals.
Then, Oklahoma would face the winner of UCLA/Stetson. The Sooners were all smiles after the announcement at a potential shot at the Bruins, who defeated the Sooners on OU's home court back in November.
And if they were to make it to the Elite Eight, they could face Baylor.
“We got to worry about our first two games,” senior Morgan Hook said about the potential of another rematch with Griner & Co. “That's really what's on our mind and then just getting to the Sweet 16. Once we get there, then we'll worry about that.”