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  • The Stan Simpson Show: UConn Women, UConn UConn And MLB Spring Training

    Courant sportswriters John Altavilla and Dom Amore join Stan to talk about the UConn women and men's basketball teams. WTIC AM sportscaster Scott Gray gives a rundown of where the Yankees, Red Sox and Mets stand heading into spring training. For...
  • The Stan Simpson Show: Two Championships For Connecticut, Unsigned Local Artists

    In the first half of the show, Stan takls with Fox CT Sports Director Rich Coppola about Connecticut's two NCAA champions: the UConn women's basketball team and the Yale men's hockey team. Next, Stan talks with Promoter Erica "Miss E" Beckford and...
  • The Stan Simpson Show: Tax Help, Dating Your Ex, UConn Women

    In the first segment, tax resolution attorney Anthony Parent provides advice on how to avoid traps and risks that involve your credit cards For the second segment, relationship guru Pastor T.C. Brantley talks about traps to avoid when re-dating your ex-...
  • Geno Auriemma To Open Southington Restaurant

    Geno Auriemma To Open Southington Restaurant
    UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma will open a restaurant in Southington later this year, a spokesman said Tuesday. The new Geno's Grille restaurant, part of Auriemma's growing collection of businesses, will open on Main Street at a location...
  • ESPY Awards: Stewart Named Best Female College Athlete

    ESPY Awards: Stewart Named Best Female College Athlete
    UConn's presence was strong at the annual ESPY Awards Wednesday night in Los Angeles. After winning national championships in men's and women's basketball, the Huskies were a dominant story in sports this spring and were nominated in multiple...
  • Sexy 'Satisfaction' arrives; Jack Bauer departs

    Sexy 'Satisfaction' arrives; Jack Bauer departs
    Sports, award shows and new drama series are the week's highlights. Here are some programs to keep in mind: 1. Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday on Fox The National League All-Stars take on the American League All-Stars in...
  • On The Fly: Springer Has Sprung

    Former UConn baseball player George Springer, a rookie with the Astros, leads Major League Baseball with an average home run distance of 423.8 feet (minimum five homers), according to ESPN. A Springer dinger, No. 18, went 442 feet Tuesday night. Too bad...
  • On The Fly: Blowout In Brazil

    Oh, it wasn't that bad. Germany's blowing Brazil's doors off in the World Cup semifinals Tuesday was just a game, right? Well, as Germany's Miroslav Klose scored his 16th World Cup goal to break the all-time record and the lead was headed to 5-0 before...
  • On The Fly

    Doesn't it seem clear now that Lebron James is pretty sure he's going to play for the Miami Heat next season? He wouldn't go to all the trouble to have the Heat deal for Shabazz Napier if he wasn't intent on playing with the kid for the next few years,...
  • Kim Jacobs Edges UConn's Breanna Stewart For Honda Cup

    Kim Jacobs, a gymnastics star at Alabama, won the Honda Cup Monday night at an awards ceremony in Los Angeles. UConn's Breanna Stewart, who averaged 19.5 points a game in UConn's championship season, finished in the top three with Jacobs and Dartmouth...
  • Sun's Streak Ends At 6

    WASHINGTON — During the winning streak that has turned their season around, the Connecticut Sun knew one thing to be true. It wasn't going to last forever. And it didn't. Emma Meesseman scored a career-high 22 points with 13 rebounds and Bria...