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Kemba Walker scored 130 points over five days in the Big East Championship, easily eclipsing Eric Devendorf's previous tournament record of 84.
After yesterday's thrilling overtime win over Syracuse in the Big East Tournament, we caught up with UConn's Alex Oriakhi outside the locker room.
When the highlights of past Big East Championships run on ESPN and SNY, they are dominated by theatrics from Ray Allen, Allen Iverson, Ben Gordon and Gerry McNamara.
When it comes to conference tournament play, some programs always seem to rise to the occasion.
Like it or not, the University of Connecticut women's basketball team is one of the greatest of all time.
I pray this doesn't come off as chauvinistic, but I know it is, so here goes nothing: women's basketball is not my cup of tea. Like, at all. That's not to say these females couldn't wipe the floor with me because I'm sure about a great portion of them could. Still, I know something legendary when I see it and what's going in the upper northeast is the epitome of such. The last time the University of Connecticut Women's Basketball came up on the negative side of a score, I was still a month away from graduating from Hampton University. To provide some sense of time, this was April 2008. Since then, the Lady Huskies have won 88 straight - tying John Wooden's legendary UCLA teams of the 1970s, ending in 1974 - in an almost unfair fashion. Of those victories, 86 have been by more than 10 points. Let's put some of these factors into perspective. -- This means the freshman, sophomore and juniors on the team have NEVER lost a NCAA game.
College basketball analysts and experts love teams with experience.