In this case, history teaches nothing

Past UConn-Stanford meetings offer clues to Tuesday's result, but no real answers

Originally Published: April 4, 2010
By Mechelle Voepel | Special to ESPN.com

SAN ANTONIO -- You can talk about margins of victory and perception, NCAA tournament paths, and total number of national championships the programs have. But, really, there's one thing that stands out as the chief statistical difference between Connecticut and Stanford this particular season.

The Huskies are 38-0, the Cardinal 36-1. Their seasons intersected Dec. 23 in Hartford, Conn., an 80-68 victory for UConn. And that's like a crime scene that keeps being picked over for ...

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