Calhoun looking to "validate" his players, team this season
STORRS, Conn. -- Connecticut was 11-0. The Huskies looked like a team headed toward the postseason.
But it was fraudulent. It came against an easy nonconference schedule that featured just one game against a major-conference opponent (and that was Mississippi, a team at the bottom of the SEC). The staff had an idea that all wasn't right when UConn entered Big East play at the end of December with an unblemished record. Still, they had no inkling that the Huskies would win just six ...
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