Oklahoma freshman Jenna Plumley is anything but ordinary.
Plumley would be a star even if an entire nation of people didn't idolize her--yet she has an entire race of people watching her every crossover. She's one of the .5 percent of Division I women's basketball players to be a full-blooded Native American Indian.
"It means so much," Plumley said after her team's stirring 88-61 win over rival Baylor, a game in which she started and dished out a game-high seven assists. "Being able to come to Oklahoma and the majority of Native Americans being from Oklahoma, they follow me everywhere.