Super Saturday, Part I: UConn women vs. Seton Hall

Maya Moore will not have to try nearly this hard against Seton Hall this afternoon.

Maya Moore will not have to try nearly this hard against Seton Hall this afternoon.

As I mentioned earlier, today is a rare occasion: all three of the major UConn sports teams are in action. This is the first in a three-part preview of those three matchups. Enjoy.

A brief preview: Maya Moore and Tina Charles made 15-point wins over ranked teams customary in 2009. They average score of UConn's first 11 games this season is 86-46. Today they travel to my home state to take on Seton Hall (2 p.m., CPTV), a team that has only surpassed 58 points three times this year.

Preview over.

UConn will win this game, as they do all games, by many points. It will be UConn's 51st straight win, leaving them 19 short of tying the all-time win streak record. Hooray.

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