Auriemma and Huskies reach for 39-0 mark against Final Four rival Stanford

04/06/2014

Geno AuriemmaNASHVILLE – Geno Auriemma has brought his defending champion Connecticut Huskies to a seventh consecutive NCAA Final Four. The Huskies are vying for their 10th national championship. Counting the 2013 title, UConn has amassed a 44-game win streak, hoping to run its season record to 39-0 when the Huskies battle Pac-12 champion Stanford.

Stanford returns to the Final Four for the sixth time in seven seasons, hoping to derail Auriemma and his unbeaten favorites when UConn and the Cardinal collide at 9:00 p.m. ET.

Krista Blunk caught up with Auriemma ahead of the game.

(Listen to Coach Auriemma’s interview with Krista Blunk)

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