Diggins calm as she readies for last shot at title

Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins says she heads into her final NCAA tournament looking to enjoy the moment, although she admits she does feel a sense of urgency.

Diggins said she feels calm heading into the tournament after losing the national championship game two years in a row. The Naismith Award finalist says the feeling comes from experience and her confidence in her ability to get the job done.

The top-seeded Fighting Irish 31-1) open against No. 16 seed Tennessee-Martin (19-14) on Sunday in Iowa City, Iowa. Notre Dame has won a school-record 26 straight.

Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw says Diggins had been feeling "under the weather" all week. All Diggins would say was that she is feeling fine.