BASKETBALL: CALL IT MARCH MAIDNESS

HUSKIEMANIACS AREN'T THE ONLY FANS GETTING IN TOUCH WITH THE FEMININE SIDE OF COLLEGE BASKETBALL

A few minutes after connecticut defeated Tennessee 77-66 on Jan. 16 to lay claim to being the No. 1 basketball team in the land-O.K., the No. 1 women's basketball team in the land--the Lady Huskies were still on the floor of the University of Connecticut's Gampel Pavilion, basking in an impromptu serenade of Aretha Franklin's Respect by their large and loyal following. Said star senior forward Rebecca Lobo: "I could never imagine this day would happen: 8,000 people singing Respect, even though most of them don't know the words."

They were singing for the Huskies, but they could just as well...

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