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  • Kemba, Shabazz, The Shot, The Promised Land

    ARLINGTON, Texas — In the end, it is only a shot. The ball leaves the fingertips. The ball nestles in the net. The buzzer sounds. One team wins. The other team loses. And it's on to the next game. That's what coaches, invested in making sure...
  • They've Been Flawless When It Counted The Most

    NASHVILLE — History demanded perfection. For without perfection Tuesday night in this state where Pat Summitt ruled as basketball royalty, there would be no history for UConn and Geno Auriemma. The game demanded perfection. For without perfection...
  • March 15, Where It All Started [We Know The One Team UConn Can't Beat]

    March 15, Where It All Started [We Know The One Team UConn Can't Beat]
    In this column that appeared in The Courant on March 16, 2014 - after UConn's loss to Louisville in the AAC tournament final - columnist Jeff Jacobs went out on a limb. Read on! MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The basketball ended up in Montrezl Harrell's...
  • Capitol Steps: Courant Columnist To Make Good On Boast After UConn Men Win It All

    Capitol Steps: Courant Columnist To Make Good On Boast After UConn Men Win It All
    And so I walk. ... "Color me not convinced. Call me the Doubting Pitino if you want, but I'll carry this banner from the state Capitol to Gampel Pavilion if UConn wins the national championship." Those are the 30 words that got me into trouble. Those...
  • Kemba Walker Embraced The Process

    Kemba Walker Embraced The Process
    STORRS — Jim Calhoun was using Charlie Villanueva as a comparison, but the truth is the UConn coach could have inserted the names of hundreds of college basketball players. The difference with Kemba Walker, Calhoun insisted, is he didn't have to...
  • College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon 2013 TV schedule

     
    College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon 2013 TV schedule: More than 24 hours of basketball is in store across ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU beginning Monday, Nov. 11, as the College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon ushers in the season. The schedule features 16 men’s games...
  • NCAA Women’s Tournament TV schedule

     
    NCAA Women's Tournament TV schedule beginning March 23 on ESPN networks includes every game airing on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, WatchESPN or ESPN FULL COURT. ALSO SEE: NCAA Tournament 2013 schedule and TV channels NIT Tournament 2013 schedule on ESPN...
  • Women’s NCAA Tournament on ESPN networks

     
    2013 Women's NCAA Tournament beginning March 23 on ESPN networks includes every game airing on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, WatchESPN or ESPN FULL COURT. ALSO SEE: NCAA Tournament 2013 schedule and TV channels NIT Tournament 2013 schedule on ESPN networks...
  • Creative Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas

    Creative Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas
    The “last night out” before the wedding day is a time-honored tradition. But not every bride and groom wants a night full of shots and scantily-clad dancers. Here are some more creative ways to celebrate impending nuptials. FOR THE GUYS...
  • Flowing Beer Can Lead To Flow Of Cash For Colleges, But Raises Public Health Concerns

    Flowing Beer Can Lead To Flow Of Cash For Colleges, But Raises Public Health Concerns
    The controversial highway billboards featuring the Husky mascot next to a Coors beer bottle caused a stir in Connecticut this past week, but they also placed UConn among a number of schools across the country that have associated with beer companies to...
  • Rebecca Lobo: Empowered By Title IX

    Rebecca Lobo: Empowered By Title IX
    I am a Title IX baby. The law was passed in 1972 and I was born in 1973. Just as important, I am the daughter of a woman who was very aware of Title IX. She was a teacher and the Title IX compliance coordinator at her school. She was a woman who cared...