Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Maya Moore Letest

HARTFORD, Conn. — One is a lightning rod who never met a truth he wasn’t willing and even eager to share or a bear he wasn’t willing to gleefully poke.
The other carries herself with a smooth and stately grace rarely associated with a sport of sweat and sharp elbows.
Together they’ve taken a program already at the pinnacle and somehow climbed still higher.
And, yes, like John Wooden and Bill Walton before them, what Geno Auriemma and Maya Moore continue to accomplish will stand the test of time and the controversy of challenge.  Read full story at
Maya Moore – University of Connecticut Official Athletic Site
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