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  • President Obama praises Philadelphia Eagles owner and Michael Vick

     
    President Barack Obama passionately believes in second chances. That's apparently why, in part, he felt moved to call Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and praise him for giving convicted felon Michael Vick another chance to compete in the NFL...
  • Women's basketball: Connecticut's 90-game win streak comes to an end

     
    After Connecticut's 90-game winning streak was snapped by a 71-59 loss to Stanford on Thursday evening, Huskies Coach Geno Auriemma seemed to be in relatively good spirits, even going so far as to joke with the media. "This losing stuff......
  • UCLA basketball: Tyler Honeycutt expected to declare for NBA draft

     
    UCLA sophomore forward Tyler Honeycutt is expected to announce Monday afternoon that he will declare for the NBA draft, according to a source close to the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly......
  • Question of the Day: Which would you prefer -- Jim Calhoun coaching the UConn women or Geno Auriemma coaching the UConn men? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Matt Murschel, Orlando Sentinel I’m sure there are at least one or......
  • Morrissey disses women's hoops. How dare he? Here's how

     
    In his column Sunday, "We couldn't care less about women's basketball," Sun-Times sports columnist Rick Morrissey explains and defends the relative indifference of American sports fans to the dynastic University of Connecticut and other teams in female...
  • Maya Moore becomes four-time AP All-American

     
    Connecticut star Maya Moore has joined former Oklahoma standout Courtney Paris as the only four-time Associated Press All-American women's basketball players. "It's really special and something that I'm sure I will really appreciate more when I look...
  • Question of the Day: How much does the loss by the UConn women diminish their legacy? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. weigh in on the loss by two-time defending NCAA women's champion Connecticut to Notre Dame in Sunday's tournament semifinals. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment......
  • Orlando Sentinel sports staff gives thanks for our top 2011 sports moments

     
    We've seen some major highs and lows in the world of sports in our backyard of Central Florida and beyond this year and the Orlando Sentinel Sports staff wanted to take a moment to give thanks for our top sports moments in 2011....
  • Inside the PD: Khadijah Berger chooses Temple

    Inside the PD: Khadijah Berger chooses  Temple
    Hampton point guard Khadijah Berger, who will go into her senior season with 941 career points, has committed to Temple. Berger took an unofficial visit to to the campus in Philadelphia last month. She turned down several suitors, including Virginia...
  • Boo's girls fall in tournament, anticipate summer

    Boo Williams was disappointed, but not discouraged after a long day ended with his elite girls’ 16-and-under AAU basketball team eliminated from the weekend’s Nike Invitational that bears his name. Boo’s girls fell to a smart,...
  • Did You Know? Three Facts About Every Connecticut Town

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