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Here are the pregame quotes from the UConn Huskies women's basketball team at the 2013 NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four in New Orleans, LA on Saturday. Quotes courtesy of ASAP Sports Transcripts: THE MODERATOR:  Joining us now from Connecticut, head coach Geno Auriemma, student‑athletes Kaleena Mosqueda‑Lewis and Kelly Faris.  We'll start with questions for the student‑athletes. COACH AURIEMMA:  Proper pronunciation is Mosqueda.  No, no, you got it right.  I'm glad you did.  I don't know what that means in Mexican‑‑ that's Mexican for something, but I'm not sure what it is. THE MODERATOR:  Spanish.  We have a question right here in the front row (laughter). Q.  Kelly, you and Skylar have been playing together summer All‑Star teams and U.S.A. Basketball.  Could you describe the rivalry and maybe the mutual respect you two earned over all these years? KELLY FARIS:  Yeah, I don't think I'm the only one.  I think quite a few have
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