Normally, C and R would be nervous about the upcoming game between number 2 Stanford and number 1 undefeated-beat-everyone-by-an average-of-45-points Uconn on Wednesday, but we have something to distract us tonight. (BTW, we just read 16,000 fans are coming to the Stanford-Uconn game. We are thinking if we lose by less than 30, we win!)
Tonight we are going to watch Tennessee play the University of San Francisco and hopefully get to be in the same room as legendary coach Pat Summit. If you are wondering why Tennessee is playing USF, the head coach of USF, Tanya Haave, played for Tennessee under Pat Summit.
And speaking of Pat Summit wasn’t she gracious in her team’s defeat against Stanford? “Make no mistake, Stanford was by far the best team on the floor today in all aspects,” said Summit
Then compare that to Uconn’s coach Geno Auriemma, who is being a spoilsport even before the game. “[The media will say Stanford] has played two really good teams, or three really good teams before us,” Auriemma said. “So they’ll be worn out if we [beat] them. If they beat us, it’s because we were poorly prepared by our schedule.” Said Auriemma. Poor guy, he just can’t win for losing.
In other Stanford news, Kayla Pederson was named Pac-10 Player of the Week for the second time this season, third in her career. For the season, that gives Stanford 4 out of 6 so far.
Brave the rain and wind and come out and cheer for the USF Dons (and against Tennessee) tonight.See the original post at C and R’s Stanford Women’s Basketball Blog
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