Let me begin by saying I've not only played, officiated and been a life-long fan of the game but I coached HS girls' basketball from 1977 through 1985, only leaving when there was a surfeit of BB coaches in the district and they needed someone to coach volleyball. (That's another story but let it be know that the seasons were concurrent at that time.) At any rate our '77-79 team held the section 4 win streak record--a modest 24 but that was back in the day when there was no state playoffs( sectionals were the limit) and the teams only played 14-19 games a season. That record has since been broken a number of times but, at the time. it was a big deal. At any rate I needed to establish that I know from whence I speak and I have never seen a team play as well or as consistently as the UConn women--not just this season but over the last dozen or so years. I watch a lot of college basketball ( and almost no professional) and those women play the game the way it is meant to played: with good defense, finesse and intelligence. While Wooden, Krzyzewski, Boeheim and Knight are people I admire greatly as coaches, I haven't seen a better example of anyone putting together a team like Geno Auriemma. If ever there was a coach and a program that deserved the win streak and the attention it is getting UConn is the one. If you think basketball is slam dunk, muscle out of position and posturing after every basket, then go to football or rugby--if you want to see a beautiful game watch the women's game in general and the UConn Huskies in particular.