UConn hoops fans disappointed over ending

Local college basketball fans were still in disbelief Sunday after the Connecticut Huskies got knocked out of the men's NCAA tournament.Skaters at Calf Pasture Beach

NORWALK - Local college basketball fans were still in disbelief Sunday after the Connecticut Huskies got knocked out of the men's NCAA tournament.

Skaters at Calf Pasture Beach were hoping the men's team would roll through to Monday's championship, ensuring bragging rights over the rest of the country. However, the Huskies were stopped by Michigan State 82-73 Saturday night.

UConn fans say their hopes are now with the women Huskies, who are vying to go undefeated in their march toward a championship.

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