They have beaten the bad teams.
It is time they start beating some good ones.
When the UConn basketball team opened the season ranked 18th in the Associated Press poll, the notion was that although the Huskies may have been a tad overrated, they would congeal into something special as autumn surrendered to winter.
The autumn leaves fell and so did the Huskies, fell something ugly. You could hear the collective groans from all four corners of Connecticut with the stunning opening losses to Wagner and Northeastern. When Alterique Gilbert and Terry Larrier then went out for the season in succeeding games, you could hear more than groans. You could smell the...