Monthly Archives: June 2012

Drummond goes 9th, Lamb 12th

Sorry for the tardy post. Here are the stories from today’s JI from the draft. Drummond’s poker face Notebook: Big East slate announced – Neill Advertisements

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UConn Big East opponents announced

The Big East released its breakdown of the 2012-13 schedule today, naming the opponents each team will face. UConn has drawn (I say drawn but given is probably more appropriate) home-and-home series with Cincinnati, Providence, USF and DePaul. In other … Continue reading

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Drummond: ‘There’s nothing wrong with my motor’

Former UConn center Andre Drummond spent some time with the media Wednesday afternoon at a midtown New York hotel to talk about Thursday’s NBA Draft and his spot in it. Here’s a few of his comments: –Drummond says he’s not … Continue reading

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APR score official, UConn ban in place

The UConn men’s basketball team’s postseason ban for 2013 is somewhat official now. The NCAA released the APR data Wednesday afternoon and revealed the Huskies have a four-year average of 889. That makes UConn officially (barring a last-minute change by … Continue reading

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Calhoun takes his annual ride

Spent a little time in Simsbury this morning for UConn coach Jim Calhoun’s annual charity bike ride and walk. The Jim Calhoun Cancer Challenge and Ride Walk went off, despite the usual light rain, without much of a hitch Saturday. … Continue reading

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Calhoun Ride will feature skin cancer screenings

To help fight skin cancer, dermatologists from the UConn Health Center will be offering free skin cancer screenings during and after the Jim Calhoun Cancer Challenge Ride and Walk. Coach Calhoun himself has had multiple bouts with skin cancer and … Continue reading

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UConn not part of Big East-SEC Challenge

ESPN announced the 12 matchups that will be part of the Second Annual SEC/Big East Challenge Friday, and UConn is not in the mix. The Huskies 2012-13 postseason ban has likely made them a less attractive TV draw. The games … Continue reading

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