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  • Can UConn Beat Florida In The Final Four? Go To The Tape

     Can UConn Beat Florida In The Final Four? Go To The Tape
    Like an old photo or home movie you take out when someone needs a smile, coach Kevin Ollie kept the tape of UConn's victory over Florida handy. When the Huskies got to thinking they couldn't, here was proof that they could — and did — hang...
  • UConn Women Have Company On Top Of Basketball World

    UConn Women Have Company On Top Of Basketball World
    LINCOLN, Neb. — In the ecstatic moments following the UConn men's victory over Michigan State Sunday in New York, the one that catapulted them to the Final Four, their friends and peers on the UConn women's team did what you might expect they would....
  • Huskies Hope Final Four Experience Helps Them Settle Down

    STORRS – The Final Four is a new, eye-opening experience for most teams. "The event of the Final Four is almost like the Super Bowl," Florida coach Billy Donovan said this week. "The players just need to understand what they're walking into. When...
  • Everything's Big In Texas, Including Ollie's Foresight

    Everything's Big In Texas, Including Ollie's Foresight
    STORRS – UConn players were filing off the bus at AT&T Stadium on Jan 2. There was no game that day, but yet another bus ride in what seems like an endless stream of bus rides. "Everybody took it as, why are we doing this?" DeAndre Daniels said....
  • Cherish The Moment, Connecticut: Something's Happening Here

    Cherish The Moment, Connecticut: Something's Happening Here
    LINCOLN, Neb. — Sometimes it comes from the mouth of an outsider. Sometimes it comes from the mouth of an insider. And sometimes, well, sometimes the message from within is so good that it can even overcome our flinty New England skepticism....
  • UConn-Florida: The Last Time They Met

    UConn and Florida met Dec. 2 at Gampel Pavilion, the Huskies winning 65-64 at the buzzer. The Final 1:18 1:18 — Patric Young makes a jump shot and free throw (Tyler Olander foul), 62-59 Florida 1:03 — Missed three-point shot by Shabazz...
  • UConn-Stanford: The Last Time They Met

    UConn and Stanford met Nov. 11 at Gampel Pavilion with the Huskies winning, 76-57. The Game Stanford, No. 3 at the time, was no match. Kiah Stokes had a double-double (10 points, 13 rebounds) and six blocked shots. ... Morgan Tuck scored 11. Stokes is...
  • Matter Of Perception: Can Huge Stadium Affect Shooter's Eye?

    Matter Of Perception: Can Huge Stadium Affect Shooter's Eye?
    ARLINGTON, Texas – The doors to AT&T Stadium opened to reporters at 9 a.m. on Thursday and the first sounds that could be heard were Kevin Ollie's voice, reverberating throughout the cavernous arena. From the distant concourse, UConn players and...
  • UConn Breezes Past Central Florida, 83-35

     UConn Breezes Past Central Florida, 83-35
    HARTFORD — Through the years, the restaurants, the 999 games and eight national championships, Geno Auriemma has been unwavering about the value of individual statistics. It's not that he dislikes them; of course, he does. Add them up, they...
  • El-Amin, A King Of Swagger, Sees A Kin In Napier

     El-Amin, A King Of Swagger, Sees A Kin In Napier
    STORRS — It was one of those meetings that just had to take place, sooner or later. Khalid El-Amin, meet the present-day you at UConn. "Shabazz Napier doesn't have to be like anybody else," El-Amin said. "He can be himself, and be successful."...
  • UConn Hammers Houston 92-41 In Auriemma's 1,000th Game

     UConn Hammers Houston 92-41 In Auriemma's 1,000th Game
    HOUSTON — It began in November 1985 at Iona's tiny and dark gym in New Rochelle, N.Y., a game that UConn won, but one that few remember exactly how. And now 999 games later, UConn's Geno Auriemma's trip to intercollegiate athletic royalty reached...