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Women's hoops stage is set for the final act

Original post made on Apr 6, 2010

While the Lady Huskies and their continued dominance of the domain have, deservedly, captured the airwaves, their 77-game victory streak won't mean a thing once the ball is tossed by an official in the air some time around 5:30 p.m. PDT (ESPN) Neither will Stanford's school record 27-game winning streak, Jayne Appel's sore ankle, JJ Hones' bum knee and all the volumes of words written or said about either team.

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Posted by Dave
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on Apr 6, 2010 at 5:44 am

Why insult the coach of UConn by misspelling his name.

Its Geno not Gino.

His name has been in print for many year, so I question that the misspelling was not intentional

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