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  • On the Fly: Another Good Weekend For The Mannings

    A big weekend for the Mannings. A day after his alma mater, Ole Miss, pulled its stunning upset over Alabama, Eli Manning led the Giants over the .500 mark. May not sound like much, but the Giants haven't been there in a while. Manning threw for 200 yards...
  • UConn Women Start Practice Oct. 15

    UConn Women Start Practice Oct. 15
    While the men's basketball team officially kicks off practice Saturday, the UConn women's team, two-time defending national champion and a winner of 46 straight, will wait until Oct. 15. Coach Geno Auriemma has been away since the middle of September...
  • Kevin Ollie, Geno Auriemma On Stage At The Oakdale in "An Evening With Champions"

    Kevin Ollie and Geno Auriemma will appear at “An Evening With Champions,” an event sponsored by the UConn Alumni Association at the Oakdale Theater in Wallingford on Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. Rebecca Lobo will moderate the discussion, which will...
  • USA Basketball Beats Australia In World Championship Semifinal

             Although it didn’t gain traction until the second quarter, the USA senior national team advanced to the finals of the 2014 FIBA World Championship Saturday by defeating Australia 82-70 in Istanbul.       The USA plays Spain for...
  • U.S. beats Australia, 82-70, to reach women's basketball world finals

    U.S. beats Australia, 82-70, to reach women's basketball world finals
    Sue Bird has played in enough world championship medal games to know that they are rarely easy. Even though the U.S. had run through its first four games, winning by an average of nearly 48 points a game, Bird was well aware that a short-handed...
  • U.S. Women Advance To World Championship Final

    U.S. Women Advance To World Championship Final
    The USA women's national team advanced to the final of the 2014 FIBA World Championship Saturday by defeating Australia 82-70 in Istanbul. The Americans play Spain for the title. Spain defeated Turkey 66-56 in Saturday's other semifinal. Spain was led...
  • On The Fly: What Was Jeter's Party All About?

    So really, what did you expect Derek Jeter to do in retirement? Grocery shop? He may soon, if you believe the latest nugget TMZ Sports has uncovered. Jeter supposedly was or is hosting a secret shindig at a historic castle on Long Island this weekend....
  • U.S. Women Dominate France, 94-72

     U.S. Women Dominate France, 94-72
    The USA senior national team was dominating Friday during its 94-72 win over France in the quarterfinal of the FIBA World Championship in Istanbul. Brittney Griner led the USA with 17 points. Tina Charles added 15 points. Lindsay Whalen added 13 points,...
  • UConn's Women Waiting Until Oct. 15 To Practice

    UConn's Women Waiting Until Oct. 15 To Practice
      While the men’s basketball team prepares to officially kick off practice Saturday, the UConn women’s basketball team, two-time defending national champion and winners of 46 straight, will wait until Oct. 15 to begin.    Coach Geno Auriemma...
  • Geno Auriemma, U.S. Women Face France In Quarterfinals

    Geno Auriemma, U.S. Women Face France In Quarterfinals
    The U.S. women's senior national basketball team begins the last stage of its quest to win another world championship Friday when it plays France in the quarterfinals in Istanbul. The U.S. defeated France 86-50 to win its fifth straight Olympic gold...
  • UConn Announces First Night Details

    Both UConn's national championship basketball programs will tip-off the 2014-15 season with "First Night" on October 17 and admisssion is free to the public.  Gampel Pavilion will open at 5 p.m.  Fans will be able to meet this year's teams as they...