That's kinda my problem with the streak. I agree they don't dodge anybody...but there's hardly anyone to dodge. Due to the complete lack of depth in the sport they're so vastly superior to the other teams they play, their third string could whoop up on 95% of the teams they play. There's a half dozen good teams, they might as well be playing the Washington Generals most nights. In Men's basketball, or various other sports, upsets happen because the teams are close in talent, even the bad from the good. Not so in women's basketball. (And yes, I'll say UCLA's original streak suffered some from that too...lack of depth of good teams, UCLA stockpiling talent by getting all the best players money could buy, in a pathetic PAC-10....which is why Duke's Final Four streak or North Carolina's Sweet Sixteen streak were equally impressive to me, because they played a lot more, and a lot better teams).
OT- Stanford beats UConn. Streak over at 90 games
Hoped this thread would be a nice reprieve from the downward spiral of CC and Tate threads, but aside from a few genunine comments this thread is really filled with a lot of smart-ass sexist comments. I expected more from the mgoblog community. Sorry for the negativity, but this has been a seriously bad day on the mgoboard.
So what exactly constitutes a "good day" on the board? A day in which there is no posting of breaking news, no critical discussion and no debate of the key issues surrounding Michigan football?
And a vast majority of "who cares?" If not caring for crappy basketball is sexist just because it's played by women, then so be it. What did you want us to say? Most people are just tired of ESPN force feeding us a story no one cares about just because it's PC. The crappiest bowl games are getting better ratings than their big "record setting" game. No one cares.
who honestly gives a shit