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Kevin Ollie

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  • Ollie Says Huskies Were Embarrassed At Stanford

    Ollie Says Huskies Were Embarrassed At Stanford
    STANFORD, Calif. — The looks on the faces, the slow trudging down the hallway — the air of defeat was all around the Huskies as they departed Maples Pavilion on Saturday night. Coach Kevin Ollie was throwing the word "embarrassing" out there...
  • Omar Calhoun Gets A Start For UConn

    STANFORD, Calif. — After more than a year, Omar Calhoun has worked his way back into UConn's starting lineup. Calhoun, a junior, got his first start of the season Saturday night, replacing Rodney Purvis as the No. 2-guard against Stanford as coach...
  • Kevin Ollie's Wife Files For Divorce

    Kevin Ollie's Wife Files For Divorce
    UConn men’s head basketball coach Kevin Ollie and his wife are apparently calling it quits after 16 years of marriage. According to records at Hartford Superior Court, Stephanie Ollie filed for a divorce from the famed former pro and NCAA...
  • UConn 58, South Florida 44: Wrapping Things Up At Sun Dome

      TAMPA, Fla. – A rugged start, but a fast finish for the Huskies tonight. Not a whole lot to say about this one; it was a game UConn had to win, a game they were supposed to win and they won it by 14. The main takeaway was UConn’s bench,...
  • UConn vs. Stanford: Notes, Quotes, Thoughts From Palo Alto

    PALO ALTO, Calif.  – Spent the last couple of days doing interviews with UConn in the lobby of its hotel, and with Stanford over at Maples Pavilion this afternoon. Big game, no question about it. The Huskies, 76th in RPI, need it. Stanford, at No....
  • UConn Men's Basketball Bats 1,000 With Perfect APR Score Again

     UConn Men's Basketball Bats 1,000 With Perfect APR Score Again
    PALO ALTO, Calif. — As expected, UConn has submitted a perfect academic progress rate score for men's basketball to the NCAA for the second year in a row. The score of 1,000 is for the 2013-14 academic year in which the Huskies won the national...
  • UConn Men's Insider: At Midterm, Huskies Seek Better Grades In Chemistry

    UConn Men's Insider: At Midterm, Huskies Seek Better Grades In Chemistry
    PALO ALTO, Calif. – This is sports' chicken-or-egg argument. Does chemistry create winning, or does winning create chemistry. Or, as more modern fans would ask: "Does chemistry even exist?" It's hard to deny that, if a coach and his players do...
  • Ollie Might Make Some Changes After Lackluster Effort In Tulsa

    Ollie Might Make Some Changes After Lackluster Effort In Tulsa
    TULSA, Okla. – Maybe it wasn't the Huskies' worst loss of the season, but it might be their most troubling. "Their guys played with more energy, more fight than us," coach Kevin Ollie said Tuesday night after UConn's 66-58 loss to Tulsa at the...
  • Tulsa 66, UConn 58: Wrapping Things Up At Reynolds Center

        TULSA, Okla. – A stinker for the Huskies tonight, of course. They had a chance, on this road trip, to get themselves in pretty good shape, but they were badly outplayed by Tulsa. Now there is more urgency to win at Stanford. The Huskies...
  • 5 UConn Men's Lessons Learned: Slow Starts Lead To Frustrated Coach

    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn men's 66-58 loss at Tulsa on Tuesday: 1. Slow starts: UConn has started off slow and has had to come from behind in nearly every game...
  • Nolan Scrambling To Get Minutes

    Nolan Scrambling To Get Minutes
    TULSA, Okla. – UConn's lengthened bench has, for the time being, left junior Phil Nolan scrambling for minutes. "Everybody gets a chance to come in and take care of their minutes and it's a competitive state of mind, where we're at right now,"...