A second half for the history books
After worst half in Huskies history, Moore helps UConn return to total domination
SAN ANTONIO -- Perfect might be the enemy of the good, but good enough proved perfection's greatest ally in the second half of Tuesday's national championship game.
Down by almost as many points at halftime as they managed to score in arguably the worst half of basketball by a Connecticut team since Geno Auriemma arrived in Storrs more than two decades ago, the Huskies rallied for a 53-47 victory over Stanford and a second straight perfect, if not flawless, season.
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