Monthly Archives: November 2012

Ollie offers up some (not much) ACC talk

UConn basketball coach Kevin Ollie is pretty focused on his team right now. He didn’t, at least publicly, have a whole lot to say about the Huskies’ place in the landscape of college athletics after practice Wednesday. Louisville, of course, … Continue reading

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UConn not in mourning just yet

FINALLY MADE IT up to UConn and I can report that there are no bonfires going. It’s not quite “The Walking Dead” over here yet. Anarchy hasn’t come to Storrs. Of course, there’s no hiding it was a crappy day … Continue reading

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It’s raining three’s

IT WAS A lot closer than many people thought it would be late in the second half, and the UConn basketball team shot a lot better than anyone thought it could to escape Sunday. Old friend Steve Pikiell’s Stony Brook … Continue reading

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Evans out with clavicle injury

SOME BAD NEWS from the UConn basketball team Saturday morning. Graduate student guard R.J. Evans has an injured clavicle (a sternal-clavicular injury) and will miss “a couple weeks” of action with the Huskies. Evans suffered the injury in practice Thursday. … Continue reading

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Samuel, Facey on board

Terrence Samuel and Kentan Facey are officially on board. Here’s the release from UConn: STORRS — University of Connecticut men’s basketball Coach Kevin Ollie has announced that the basketball office has received signed National Letters of Intent from forward Kentan … Continue reading

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Huskies back home; no ‘mustache guy’

NOW THAT THEY’VE won Germany, the UConn basketball team is back in Yankee country ready to take on an old Yankee Conference foe. The Huskies meet Vermont here at Gampel Pavilion Tuesday night. Here are a couple notes and quotes … Continue reading

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Deutschland bound

I’LL KEEP THE “European Vacation” references to a minimum (no small task for me) but the UConn basketball team is about to leave for Germany. The Huskies game with Michigan State at Ramstein Air Base is Friday night (6 p.m. … Continue reading

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