Connecticut’s Geno Auriemma keeps making a case to be considered the greatest basketball coach

The problem with chasing a legend is you never know when you’ve caught him. Did Connecticut women’s basketball Coach Geno Auriemma catch former UCLA men’s coach John Wooden in 2011 when his Huskies won 90 consecutive games, two better than Wooden’s 37-year-old record?

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Connecticut’s Geno Auriemma keeps making a case to be considered the greatest basketball coach

The problem with chasing a legend is you never know when you’ve caught him. Did Connecticut women’s basketball Coach Geno Auriemma catch former UCLA men’s coach John Wooden in 2011 when his Huskies won 90 consecutive games, two better than Wooden’s 37-year-old record? Did he pull even last week..

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