UConn Rolls

They are just scary good, those Huskies.  Can’t help but wonder what it felt like to be Temple, trapped in that game last night.

And the Catamounts of Vermont?  They looked like they were going to give the Irish a run for their money … ’til they started throwing the ball away.

From the Women’s Hoops Blog, here are the Wade Trophy finalists …

The State Farm Wade Trophy Finalists are as follows:

Player Name Institution
Year
Position
Jayne Appel Stanford University
Sr.
C
Tina Charles University of Connecticut
Sr.
C
Alysha Clark Middle Tennessee State Univ.
Sr.
F
Kelsey Griffin University of Nebraska
Sr.
G
Jantel Lavender Ohio State University
Jr.
C
Maya Moore University of Connecticut
Jr.
F
Nnemkadi Ogwumike Stanford University
Soph.
F
Samantha Prahalis Ohio State University
Soph.
G
Danielle Robinson University of Oklahoma
Jr.
G
Jasmine Thomas Duke University
Jr.
G
Courtney Vandersloot Gonzaga University
Jr.
G
Monica Wright University of Virginia
Sr.

And in bracketland … I am toast!  That’s really all I have to say … it sucks!  😉

Meanwhile, thanks to mld, if you’re hankering for some b-ball tonight you can check out the D2 women’s final 4 on ESPNU tonight (Final on Friday night).

And in some happy news, Ann Coulter’s speech in Ottawa ended up being canceled.   I find it interesting that she backed down, and wish it would happen more often … until we are all, eventually, able to simply forget about her.

Oh, and Rachel Maddow is not running for the Senate … not now …  😉

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