UConn bad for game? Hardly
The talent pool in women's basketball is deeper and the competition significantly better
We come to bury Connecticut, not to praise it.
So begins the tournament of foregone conclusions, three weeks supposedly devoid of drama with an ending already spoiled by a team that hasn't lost in nearly two full turns of the calendar, a team that hasn't seen its margin of victory sink into single digits during that time.
Something must be wrong for something to be this good, or so the thinking goes for those certain they could find the forest if not for the trees ...
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