UConn just put their thing down against Villanova this afternoon, winning by a score of 89-75 and avenging their earlier loss to the Wildcats. This is probably as much talent as is possible to put on one college basketball floor at one time this year. UConn's talent, however, is much taller.
The Huskies looked almost unstoppable at times, scoring from the outside with Denham Brown and Rashad Anderson, and then pounding the ball inside to Hilton Armstrong and Josh Boone later in the game. Their talent and depth is positively remarkable. They are the most complete team in the country, and I don't even know if it's debatable.
Also in college basketball, Indiana pulled the big upset of Michigan State in Mike Davis's last game in Bloomington. Indiana now finds itself at .500 in the Big 10, and probably still on the slippery side of the tournament bubble at 15-10. They've got games left against Purdue and Michigan, both on the road. Doesn't look good.