SPECIAL SECTION: UConn Men's Basketball Preview, 2012-13

SPECIAL SECTION: UConn Men's Basketball Preview, 2012-13

Collection of stories included in The Courant's 2012-13 UConn and Big East men's basketball preview.

12:06 PM EST, November 8, 2012

THE REPLACEMENTS: Big Shoes To Fill - Calhoun Gone, But Ollie Isn't First Guy To Replace A Legend

It is never easy replacing a legend, someone whose name is synonomous with the program.

12:06 PM EST, November 8, 2012

KEVIN OLLIE: A Street-Wise Basketball Nomad Is At Home At UConn

— Long before the one-year audition, long before the nomadic decade of 10-day contracts strung together in the NBA, and long before his first meeting with Jim Calhoun, Kevin Ollie was learning the art of survival in the most real sense of that word.

12:09 PM EST, November 8, 2012

FRESHMAN CLASS: Something Old, Something New

STORRS — Things had rarely looked so bleak in UConn Nation. The Huskies were ousted from one NCAA Tournament and barred from the next, and players were leaving left and right. Jeremy Lamb and Andre Drummond left for the NBA. Alex Oriakhi, Roscoe Smith and Michael Bradley all transferred.

12:10 PM EST, November 8, 2012

MOTIVATING FACTORS: Crossing Out March, But Circling The Rest Of The Calendar

STORRS – The Huskies already know the ending. It's March 9, at Gampel Pavilion against Providence at noon.

11:23 PM EST, November 7, 2012

DEANDRE DANIELS: Time For California Kid To Rebound

College began with wonder for DeAndre Daniels. A kid from Woodland Hills, Calif., he knew he would see what snow was like sooner or later, but never dreamed he would see it in October.

3:09 PM EST, March 9, 2013

2012-13 UConn Men's Basketball Results


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