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Kevin Ollie

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  • UConn's Goal Now: Win AAC Tournament

    UConn's Goal Now: Win AAC Tournament
    PHILADELPHIA — UConn's last chance to do something with this season will come at home, that much is certain. "Now, we've got to go back and win four straight to get to the tournament," coach Kevin Ollie said following UConn's loss Saturday at...
  • Temple 75, UConn 63: Wrapping Things Up At Liacouras Center

    PHILADELPHIA – The regular season is over and this beat guy is tired – not just from the travel, but from all the attempts at explaining this UConn team. You can’t. One day it seems to have things figured out, the next game it’...
  • Memphis 54, UConn 53: Wrapping Things Up at Gampel

    STORRS – Late night, long day. Let’s wrap this up quickly. The worst loss of the season for the Huskies, in my opinion. They Came out flat in a big spot, played terrible offense, 15-for-54 from the floor. They couldn’t even score on...
  • UConn Men Show Little Bounce In 54-53 Senior Night Loss To Memphis

    UConn Men Show Little Bounce In 54-53 Senior Night Loss To Memphis
    STORRS – All the good will and credibility the Huskies built up this week disappeared in a hail of missed shots, some easy, most hard and ill-advised. The last shot of the game, Ryan Boatright's bid for a game-winner on Senior Night, typified...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Pat Lenehan Walk-On No Longer, Always Star To Mates

    UConn Men's Insider: Pat Lenehan Walk-On No Longer, Always Star To Mates
    STORRS – If you've seen the UConn bench come to life whenever Pat Lenehan comes into a game, you know how hard his teammates pull for him. So if you were a fly on the locker room wall when the Huskies learned Wednesday that Lenehan was accepted...
  • A Special Night For Boatright, And A Huge Game For UConn

    A Special Night For Boatright, And A Huge Game For UConn
    STORRS – It would have been only natural for a youngster like Ryan Boatright to check into college with a personal agenda, the idea of checking out soon. For a player so talented at a young age, who had already gotten so much attention, the phrase...
  • UConn 70, Tulsa 45: Wrapping Things Up at XL

    HARTFORD – As you can well imagine, I have a break-of-dawn flight to Dallas on Friday, so we need to wrap things up quickly here at the XL Center ... If you’re a UConn fan, you should savor this one and take away some optimism from it. The...
  • Going Small Produces Big Win For UConn Against Tulsa

    Going Small Produces Big Win For UConn Against Tulsa
    HARTFORD – Kevin Ollie usually stays with a starting lineup after a win, but on Thursday night he went with what has become the Huskies' most effective five right from the start. Rodney Purvis replaced Kentan Facey, who had started every...
  • UConn 81, SMU 73: Wrapping Things Up at XL

    HARTFORD – The SMU thing is over. The Huskies showed they can play with the Mustangs, and beat them. And they left a calling card to everyone in the American Conference that winning the tournament, in the XL Center, will be a tough task for the...
  • A Tuned-Up Rodney Purvis Means Ferrari Beats The Mustangs

    A Tuned-Up Rodney Purvis Means Ferrari Beats The Mustangs
    HARTFORD — Buoyed by the most important victory of the season, Kevin Ollie said nothing is more powerful than a changed mind. Then again, Ryan Boatright said Rodney Purvis played his finest game in a UConn uniform Sunday because he stopped thinking....
  • Huskies Make Statement With Victory Over No. 21 SMU

    Huskies Make Statement With Victory Over No. 21 SMU
    HARTFORD — In a season of ebbs and flows, another defining moment arrived for UConn on Sunday. The Huskies' 10-point lead was gone, and it was time to stand up to the big kids on the American Athletic Conference block, or head backward yet again....