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Video: UConn beats Idaho to begin 2013 NCAA Tournament play

Highlights from the Connecticut Huskies 105-37 win over the Idaho Vandals to open their 2013 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament play on Geno Auriemma's 59th birthday (via ESPN).

UConn beat Idaho 105-37. For real. And it only tied the sixth largest margin of victory in NCAA women's basketball history.

While the win gave UConn its 20th straight appearance in the second round, it was just Idaho's second appearance in the tourney.

UConn was led by Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis with 22 points, all in the first half. Freshmen Morgan Tuck had 18 and Moriah Jefferson 16. UConn had 6 players in double figures.

Stacey Barr led Idaho (17-16) with 14.

For the game, UConn shot 60.9%. They led by as many as 74 points.

Freshman star Breanna Stewart did not play as a precautionary measure due to a left calf injury. She is expected to play Monday against Vanderbilt.

UConn's win begins would could be a run to the Final Four while playing all of its games in the state of Connecticut.

For more on Vanderbilt, UConn's next opponent, check out their Dance Card. For more on the Bridgeport bracket, visit our storystream.