Who died, Shea?

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cohenzone

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Not hardly!! ;) I've noticed that too. I very seldom comment on this type of observation, but, I have to go along with slug25 on this one. Shea wears the same furrowed brow expression regardless of the score or circumstances, but especially when something goes awry. We see CD smile a lot during the game. Even Geno smiles :D once in a while.
She is a cold hearted killer during games. Always was. I have seen her smile plenty after the final horn.
 
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Suspect its partially a result of the young talent on this year's team. Particularly lately, even during the 100+ point games, Geno seems to be spending his focus on "coaching." Some may call his tone to the frosh other words and phrases. I know this has always been his style but less positive reinforcement this year. CD seems to know how to cope but can't believe its much fun listening to this 2 plus hours each day.
 
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I'd have that occasional frown too if I had to put in so many baby diaper hours.
 

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She was a special player...even for UConn.
My favorite. I saw her play her first frosh exhibition game the season after everyone’s favorite high intensity player, Rizzoti, had graduated. You could see right away that Jen probably wouldn’t be missed as much as everyone feared.
 
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Thanks for all the Pulido pics. IMHO the greatest single moment in UConn history and perhaps college basketball who knew the story
 
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