Monthly Archives: September 2013

Day 1 in the books

The UConn men’s basketball team just finished up practice No. 1 of the 2013-14 season. It’s earlier than usual because of the new NCAA rule regarding practice and it’s only the second opening day of Kevin Ollie’s head coaching tenure. … Continue reading

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Facey, Olander waiting; Calhoun OK

Yes, DeAndre Daniels won the Husky Run. We should have expected just as much. He had already done it twice before Wednesday’s run and was ready before to make it three in a row. “I tried to keep it going, … Continue reading

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Daniels completes triple

In what is becoming an annual tradition around the UConn basketball team, DeAndre Daniels won the Husky Run Wednesday. It was the third year in a row the lanky forward was the first player across the finish line. Here are … Continue reading

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Olander’s DUI charge nolled, pays $75 fine for driving w/o license

UConn forward Tyler Olander plead guilty Monday morning to driving without a license and prosecutors decided not to pursue the more serious charge he was facing of driving under the influence. Olander, accompanied by his attorney and watched by his … Continue reading

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Olander arrested, suspended

UConn senior forward Tyler Olander was suspended indefinitely from the basketball team Monday afternoon. This came on the heels of his arrest for DUI Saturday night. Olander was pulled over on Route 195 by state police at 10:49 Saturday night. … Continue reading

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Abu opts for N.C. State

Abdul Malik Abu, a 6-8 PF from Boston announced Saturday he’ll attend N.C. State. A top-50 national prospect in the Class of 2014, he had been considering UConn, Providence and Florida as well. “They were real close, real close,” Abu … Continue reading

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Venues announced

This in from UConn: STORRS, Conn. (Sept. 5, 2013) — Defending NCAA champion Louisville and perennial national power Florida will be at Gampel Pavilion, while new American Athletic Conference rival Memphis and Pac-12 contender Stanford will come to the XL … Continue reading

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