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Saturday, April 06, 2013

ESPN analyst considers Kelly Faris 2012 Final Four effort a historic one


It never fails that if I am advancing a Final Four game between UConn and Notre Dame, I can count on ESPN's Doris Burke to provide an insight that fits perfectly with the story I want to write.

This morning it was no different as I asked her to compare and contrast in impact of seniors Skylar Diggins and Kelly Faris have had on the Notre Dame and UConn programs. I will use what she said on the subject in a story running in tomorrow's Register but I thought people would find Burke's remarkable praise of Faris' effort in last year's national semifinal rather intriguing.

"What she did in last year's national semifinals, I have told my friends is the single greatest effort I have ever seen in a short span of time in a college basketball game," Burke said. "The only other thing that came close to me, I was a fan watching Louisiana Tech and Teresa Weatherspoon completely turned around a national championship game against Auburn. It is the only other thing I can liken it to so equal impact, different ways."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

" in a short span of time in a college basketball game"

what is a short span of time? 1 minute? 2 minutes? 4? 8?

it was not the single greatest effor in a college basketball game

3:36 PM 

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