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ANOTHER TITLE FOR THE HUSKIES


big-dog the RAC

 
The BIG DOG ate everything in it's path... Pirates, Wildcats, and Eagles.


FAQ Section [fine-print for geeks]
1- These images are files optimized for web-based viewing only. If you print them, they'll look like crap. Save your time and ink.

2- Camera info etc... there's a bit on my mini-bio page. If you're new to digital imaging, and DON'T like tech-stuff, or don't know much about photography -- you're probably better off in the dark. Otherwise, feel free to ask.

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4- Photos and graphics look best when you've set your display's gamma and configured your display's driver interface and resolution properly. If you've NEVER spent a half-hour setting and RE-checking this... you may slowly be going blind [& may not care anyway]. Basically this means your screen's brightness should be turned up, but not to the point where the black background isn't absolutely black.

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Now, lets get on with the show...

Sue Bird

The Huskies ran through the 2002 Big East tourney with an intensity that mirrored the traffic outside the RAC on the Garden State Parkway.

I'd driven the turnpike many times before, but never in the afternoon rush-hour. It was a trip... a cross between NASCAR and Mr. Toads Wild Ride (a memorable ride from my youth at the original Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif). Sitting at a dead stop one minute, followed by 85mph stretches just yards away from the car in front, all with 6 lanes of traffic doing the same insane thing. Just as dangerous, and part of the backup problem were the wonderful toll booths. Why do NJ residents put up with them? It took a horrific deadly crash on CT's turnpike to finally put an end to such craziness in our state.

But enough insanity... on with the show sports fans.

Asjha Jones
Sue Bird

The ease that UConn won this championship was scary. It was a premonition for the even bigger championship waiting for them a few weeks hence.

It should be noted that you'll need JavaScript enabled to navigate the next few pages. Some people foolishly turn off JavaScript because of security concerns... a mistake because that doesn't protect you at all. Without JavaScript, your surfing will just be more problematic in the long run. Although I intentionally made the images fairly small to load faster, those with dial-ups might have to wait a minute or so for each page to load... that's the web for ya.

This page was originally on my old server address and was taken down over a year ago. It's here again, but in a different layout, and with not as many pics... sorry. This time I used less action pics, and more regular shots. It should give a pretty good memory of the team, which will be seen as one of the best of all time in the future. Hope you enjoy the memories.


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