|The UConn women are a win away from making history!|
Already with no equal in women's hoops, UConn won its 88th straight game Sunday to tie the mark set by coach John Wooden and his UCLA men's teams from 1971-74. Tiffany Hayes scored 26 points and Maya Moore added 22 to help the top-ranked Huskies rout No. 11 Ohio State 81-50 in the Maggie Dixon Classic at Madison Square Garden.
''The number's the number. I don't know if that changes me a whole lot right now,'' Auriemma said. ''I'm going to go to a good restaurant tonight. I'm going to have a good bottle of wine. I would have done that either way.''
UConn already owned the longest winning streak in NCAA women's basketball history. Next up, the Huskies (10-0) can surpass the UCLA men Tuesday night at home against No. 15 Florida State.
Connecticut matched the Bruins' mark before a crowd of 15,232 - the second-biggest for a women's game at Madison Square Garden. With 40 seconds left, the crowd rose and chanted ''88! 88!''
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