All four No. 1 seeds win big Sunday 

March, 22, 2009
Until such time, if it ever happens, that a No. 16 seed upsets a No. 1 again, Stanford fans will have to brace themselves for the inevitable mentions of "that game" in the first round of each NCAA tournament.

But they're through it for one more year, as all four No. 1 seeds cruised their way through first-round games Sunday, and so there doesn't have to be any more mention of "that game" again in this tournament.

Connecticut started the day doing pretty much whatever it wanted against Vermont, winning 104-65, led by Tina Charles' 32 points.
Mechelle Voepel joined in 1996 and covers women's college hoops, the WNBA, the LPGA, and additional collegiate sports for espnW.