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  • Men's Soccer: UConn Rolls Past Temple, 5-0

    Five different UConn players registered goals, and the Huskies advanced to the American Athletic Conference men's soccer semifinals with a 5-0 win against Temple on Saturday night at Morrone Stadium in Storrs. UConn (10-6-2), which has won six in a row...
  • UConn Women Win AAC Soccer Title; Player Suspended

    The UConn women's soccer team claimed its first American Athletic Conference Championship, defeating the University of South Florida 3-2 on penalty kicks after a scoreless draw on Sunday in Tampa, Fla. The Huskies clinched a berth in the NCAA women's...
  • George O'Leary impressed with Tulsa football receivers | Video

    George O'Leary impressed with Tulsa football receivers | Video
    UCF coach George O'Leary said Tulsa's receivers will be among the best the team has faced all season in the American Athletic Conference. The Golden Hurricane ranks No. 20 among 125 FBS schools in passing offense led by sophomore quarterback Dane Evans,...
  • Will Muschamp's redemption is among the top 10 highlights from college football weekend

    Will Muschamp's redemption is among the top 10 highlights from college football weekend
    Will Muschamp's redemption, TCU's surge and Ole Miss' slide were among the biggest surprises during another weekend of college football action. Check out the top 10 things we learned as we inch closer to the postseason:  1. The College Football...
  • UConn's Diaco Says On Call: 'We're A Bad Football Team'

    It was well past the 24-hours that UConn and many other college football programs use to deal with the emotions of the previous game. Teams must move on. UConn (2-7, 1-4 in the American and idle this week) lost to Army 35-21 at Yankee Stadium...
  • AutoNation to sponsor college football bowl game

    AutoNation to sponsor college football bowl game
    There's the Rose Bowl, the Orange Bowl and now, the AutoNation Cure Bowl. AutoNation, the auto retailer based in Fort Lauderdale, will sponsor a college football bowl game starting next year, with a portion of proceeds going to the Breast Cancer...
  • Amid Football Frenzy, UConn Finds Value, And Championships, In Hoops

    Amid Football Frenzy, UConn Finds Value, And Championships, In Hoops
    On consecutive mornings in New York, Mike Aresco stood at a lectern and sold his conference. The Middletown native and commissioner of the American Athletic Conference began his league's annual basketball media days with a state of the union address that...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Once Again, Geno's Team Seems Unstoppable

    UConn Women's Insider: Once Again, Geno's Team Seems Unstoppable
    On the morning of the American Athletic Conference's media day in New York last month, the league's 11 coaches sat for a discussion on the state of women's basketball. They passed two hand microphones back and forth in an orderly fashion. This was their...
  • National Women's Forecast: ND, South Carolina Could Mount Challenge

    National Women's Forecast: ND, South Carolina Could Mount Challenge
    During the American Athletic Conference media day in New York, last month, South Florida coach Jose Fernandez was asked about his team’s chances of taking down the league’s top dog this season. To answer the question, Fernandez chose a...
  • UConn Soccer Rides Playoff Run On Young Shoulders

    STORRS – As UConn men's soccer coach Ray Reid prepared for his team's practice Wednesday, he began going over his starting lineup. "Our goalkeeper is a freshman, our left back is a freshman, our starting center back is a freshman, our right back is...
  • Bearcats Move Into Tie Atop AAC

    CINCINNATI — Andrew Gantz drilled a go-ahead 47-yard field goal with 15 seconds remaining as Cincinnati rallied past East Carolina 54-46 to move into a first-place tie atop the American Athletic Conference. Cincinnati held a 11-point advantage with...