This brings up the question of the remaining role players: Who is the most important X-factor to help UConn hoist its 12th national championship?
The season could be the last of its kind. Reform seems imminent. Top prospects are skipping out on college and the professional ranks are on the precipice of doing more to help them. There was corruption in the sport, that’s why the Rice Commission was created, and according to Yahoo’s Pete Thamel, their recommendations will be taken into action.
After a record-smashing performance in the NCAA Tournament’s opening round, the UConn women’s basketball team will take on in-state foe Quinnipiac Monday night at Gampel Pavilion for a chance to head to Albany for the Sweet 16. UConn students can visit the athletic ticket office Monday to pick up free tickets to the final home game of the season.
The truth is, while bracketology might be a fun way for fans to keep up with teams on the bubble that can make a splash in the NCAA Tournament, it is really a silly concept that isn’t always very accurate. Nobody really knows what the NCAA Tournament selection committee is thinking until after the results come in on Selection Sunday.