Originally posted by It's FalseDidn't think it would happen so soon after the record was broken. I thought they'd be able to shoot for 100, but I guess that just wasn't realistic.
Actually, it's funny... when they got their 89th win they got T-shirts that said "UConn Women: 89 straight wins... and counting!" And I joked to my mother, "Wouldn't it be something if they lost their very next game? Would they have to cross out the 'and counting' from their shirts?"
Obviously they weren't gonna lose to Pacific, but I wasn't too far wrong with that.
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1) None were that young, but they weren't that much older either. Its a different age nowadays and 19 now is probably 22 in 1984 in terms of talent level. Of course guys now can barely shoot and James is no exception.