The Huskies have a ton of skilled players on the perimeter and sophomore guard Bria Hartley is developing into a sensational big game shooter. She scored 25 points on 10 of 17 shooting against Baylor, including five 3-pointers. Opponents also better take advantage of freshman guard Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis (15 points against Baylor) now because she's going to be a nightmare when she learns how to move without the ball better. It was great to see ESPN analysts Jeff Van Gundy and Doris Burke praise UConn junior guard Kelly Faris, the glue player for UConn, and one of the best on-ball defenders in college. Her defensive versatility is remarkable and gave Baylor All-America guard Odyssey Sims fits in the first half, one of the few defenders to bother one of the best scorers in the country. Against Stanford, the 5-9 Faris guarded forwards and guards. She's terrific.