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Kevin Ollie

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  • Five-Corner Defense: Ollie, Auriemma To Visit Pentagon

    Five-Corner Defense: Ollie, Auriemma To Visit Pentagon
    Kevin Ollie and Geno Auriemma are going to the Pentagon to talk strategy. UConn's national championship coaches will participate in a panel discussion on leadership before 400 servicemen and women Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. "These pre-eminent coaches lead...
  • Prof Tries Yelling To Enlighten Evolution Denier

    We all remember when UConn was infamous for a strutting, screaming maniac, fists balled, spewing profanity. But it used to be the basketball coach, not the anthropology professor. In 2014, the coach is Kevin Ollie, a reserved fellow who keeps his head...
  • DeAndre Daniels to enter NBA draft; Harrison twins staying at Kentucky

    DeAndre Daniels to enter NBA draft; Harrison twins staying at Kentucky
    DeAndre Daniels, a 6-foot-9 junior forward from Connecticut, announced Friday that he will forgo his senior season and enter the NBA draft while twins Aaron and Andrew Harrison of Kentucky said they have decided to play another year in college. Daniels,...
  • Daniels To Enter NBA Draft; Boatright Returning To UConn

    Daniels To Enter NBA Draft; Boatright Returning To UConn
    Friday was decision day at UConn regarding the NBA draft, and the Huskies got some good news and some bad news. DeAndre Daniels, who played the best basketball of his career during UConn's run to the national championship, decided to leave college on...
  • UConn! UConn! UConn!

    UConn! UConn! UConn!
    I hope coach Kevin Ollie will be with us a long, long time. There’s already Internet chatter encouraging anyone who’ll listen that the L. A. Lakers should sign him and I’m sure that’s just the beginning of crazy stories designed to...
  • After A Season Of Doubts, Believe In The UConn Men

    ARLINGTON, Texas — The horn sounded inside the oversized football stadium at 11:18 p.m. Eastern time and the underdogs embraced on the court, celebrating amid confetti and cheers. The most improbable ending to the most improbable season unfolded...
  • Connecticut's Shabazz Napier is honored after Huskies win NCAA title

    Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier was named on Monday the most outstanding player of the NCAA tournament Final Four. He was joined on the team by Julius Randle of Kentucky and Connecticut's Ryan Boatright and DeAndre Daniels. Meanwhile, though no teams...
  • Late Run Is A Recruiting Gold Mine For UConn

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Now that the Huskies have won the title, athletic director Warde Manuel plans to sit down with coach Kevin Ollie and talk about a new contract, which will include more years and dollars. "Right now, I'm going to go to [the...
  • CAMPEONES! UConn toma los escalones a la cima del NCAA

    CAMPEONES! UConn toma los escalones a la cima del NCAA
    Entre las muchas frases notables de Kevin Ollie esta 'para creer en la oscuridad." El espera que sus jugadores crean, incluso cuando no pueden ver. Cuando los llevó al lugar del Final Four en enero, él esperaba que ellos creyeran. Cuando tomó el...
  • Connecticut won't be denied in 60-54 win over Kentucky for NCAA title

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Kentucky freshman guard Aaron Harrison launched a last-seconds three-point shot Monday from the same spot he'd knocked two straight opponents out of the tournament. This time he didn't make it, though, and this time it didn't...
  • Huskies Climbed To Top Of World One Step At A Time

    Huskies Climbed To Top Of World One Step At A Time
    ARLINGTON, Texas — They took the stairs. They took them one step at a time. They took them one by one when there wasn't anything to play for last season and they were the pariahs of the NCAA. They took them one step at a time even after Louisville...