Stanford Women's Basketball Ends UConn's Streak: 10 Biggest Upsets Since 2000

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Stanford Women's Basketball Ends UConn's Streak: 10 Biggest Upsets Since 2000
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Maya Moore (23) along with Bria Hartley (14)

These girls are no longer celebrating. After winning 90 games in a row, the legendary UConn Huskies lost to the Stanford Cardinal, ranked eighth in USA Today's poll, having never lost since 2008 when they, coincidentally, lost to the Stanford team in the Final Four.

Also ironic, when the streak that UConn beat 12 days ago of 88 straight wins set by John Wooden's UCLA team in 1974, the team that defeated UCLA was coming off a football championship, Notre Dame. Stanford, who never lost a lead during Thursday night's game, is going into a one of football championships, the Orange Bowl. 

Down to the point! This win by the Cardinal is one of the biggest upsets in college basketball history. We all know that UConn had to lose at some point, but after winning 90 games in a row, who would've thought they wouldn't have lost to a higher ranked team?

College basketball is defined by upsets, and in this piece I will take you back to the other greatest upsets in the past 10 years. 

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