Monthly Archives: February 2012

Crash and burn

Didn’t think it could get any worse this season for UConn? Well, blowing a 14-point lead with 12 minutes to play in a game against a team that was 3-13 in Big East play before Tuesday probably moves the bar … Continue reading

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Calhoun released from hospital

Heading to Providence tonight for a clash between the Huskies and Friars but wanted to pass along a quick note before I do. Coach Jim Calhoun was released from a hospital in New York Tuesday morning and headed home. He … Continue reading

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Huskies hit the road for Providence

A few words from UConn associate head coach George Blaney’s chat with reporters after Monday’s practice as the Huskies get ready for Tuesday’s game in Providence: — Blaney talked to Pat Calhoun, Jim’s wife, this morning following the coach’s back … Continue reading

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Calhoun undergoes surgery

This just in from UConn: STORRS – University of Connecticut men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun underwent successful surgery Monday morning to address foraminal spinal stenosis, a lower back condition which has forced him to take an extended medical leave of … Continue reading

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Fair or not, UConn falls to Syracuse again

By Neill Ostrout Journal Inquirer STORRS — You can blame the officials for swallowing the whistles in the final seconds of Saturday night’s game, if you must. But either way, the defending NCAA champion University of Connecticut basketball team is … Continue reading

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Newest Husky of Honor Rudy Gay

Former UConn forward Rudy Gay spent a few minutes before Saturday night’s UConn-Syracuse game chatting with the media. Gay officially entered the “Huskies of Honor” Saturday and was on hand for the festivities. Here are a few of Gay’s comments: … Continue reading

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Is this a production for ya?

Apologies for the obscure movie quote in the headline above, but that’s what came to my mind walking around Gampel Pavilion Friday. There’s certainly a lot going on around the building in anticipation of Saturday’s festivities. I’m talking, of course, … Continue reading

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