Huskies' personnel causes change
Originally Published: January 20, 2005By Jay Bilas | Special to ESPN Insider
Jim Calhoun and Connecticut have always played a certain way. The Huskies have traditionally pushed the ball upcourt like a rocket and forced opposing transition defenses to scramble. Calhoun usually has speedy and strong lead guards, and athletic wings that can attack the basket and shoot from deep and mid-range.
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