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  • Navy Football No Longer Independent; Now Officially In AAC

    Navy football now has a home. It only took 135 years. The program has played as an independent since 1879 but it officially became a member of the American Athletic Conference on Wednesday as the league's 12th football-playing member, allowing the...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Grad Assistant Lister Still Has Pro Hopes

    UConn Women's Insider: Grad Assistant Lister Still Has Pro Hopes
    Before Jasmine Lister was offered the chance to be a graduate assistant at UConn last season, she was one of the nation's top point guards at Vanderbilt. She was instinctive, creative and resourceful, one of the most durable players in the Commodores'...
  • UConn Football Insider: A Look At Powerful Cincinnati

    Cincinnati and UConn have played 10 times since 2001, and the Bearcats have dominated, going 8-2. Cincinnati won 41-16 the last time they played, in 2013. Paul Pasqualoni had been fired after an 0-4 start and T.J. Weist, who just the season before was on...
  • UConn's Ryan Boatright Goes Undrafted; Sets Sights On Signing As Free Agent

    UConn's Ryan Boatright Goes Undrafted; Sets Sights On Signing As Free Agent
    The NBA Draft did not go the way Ryan Boatright had hoped. Sixty picks came and went, and Boatright, the UConn captain, was not selected. As the second round wore on, Boatright tweeted, "I can't wait for summer league," adding 10 exclamation points, and...
  • UCF softball coaching staff receives prestigious honor

    UCF softball coaching staff receives prestigious honor
    UCF's softball coaching staff captured its second postseason honor. After recording another dominating year in the American Athletic Conference and making another NCAA Tournament run, the Knights shared co-honors with Western Kentucky as the Mideast...
  • East Aurora, UConn grad Ryan Boatright keeps focus on NBA dream

    East Aurora, UConn grad Ryan Boatright keeps focus on NBA dream
    Size does matter in the NBA. The question is, how much? Ryan Boatright is about to find out. The former East Aurora and University of Connecticut basketball standout doesn't know if his name will be called, but he and several family members will be in...
  • UCF faces challenges chasing third consecutive AAC title, Knights ranked No. 67

    UCF faces challenges chasing third consecutive AAC title, Knights ranked No. 67
    Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1...
  • UConn Men's Basketball Insider: Paul McCarthy Will Figure It Out

       UConn Men's Basketball Insider: Paul McCarthy Will Figure It Out
    STORRS – Paul McCarthy spends a good portion of his time at Gampel Pavilion doing the important, but not necessarily glamorous, legal work of the UConn athletic department. In 17 years at UConn, as assistant attorney general, senior associate...
  • Beer sales on rise during college football games, but UCF slow to join movement

    Beer sales on rise during college football games, but UCF slow to join movement
    George O'Leary was only half-kidding when he riled up a group of older UCF football fans with his thoughts on making beer available to the masses at Bright House Networks Stadium. "I don't know why we don't sell beer in the stadium when we let them...
  • Reid, UConn Soccer Work To Get Back On Track

    Reid, UConn Soccer Work To Get Back On Track
    STORRS — When UConn men's soccer coach Ray Reid was asked last month to evaluate the 2014 season, he got right to the point. "We all failed," Reid said. "I've been doing this since 1989 [at Southern Connecticut State], and I've missed the...
  • Playoff selection committee could wait on Army-Navy outcome

    Playoff selection committee could wait on Army-Navy outcome
    Officials from the College Football Playoff have recommended a proposal that will allow the selection committee members to hold off from revealing its final rankings if Army or Navy are in the mix for one of the top four playoff spots or a spot in the New...