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  • Five Fun NCAA Tournament Facts

    The NCAA Tournament is perhaps the most fan-friendly sporting event of the year and has terrific fan involvement (how's your bracket?). Here are five trivial-but-cool NCAA facts as we wait for UConn to play Iowa State in its Sweet 16 game Friday night:...
  • Hoiberg: UConn Better Than Team Iowa State Beat In 2012

    Hoiberg: UConn Better Than Team Iowa State Beat In 2012
    Two years ago, UConn's season came crashing to an end in an NCAA Tournament game against Iowa State. Much was different then. UConn was the defending national champion and Iowa State was relatively unknown on the national stage. The game was in...
  • UCF spring season Twitter Q&A

    UCF spring season Twitter Q&A
    Two weeks into the spring football season and with the basketball campaign behind us, now is a good time to step back and answer some UCF-related questions. I asked for some reader questions on Twitter, and these are the queries people threw out there....
  • Madison Square Garden A Special Place In UConn History

    Madison Square Garden A Special Place In UConn History
    — Vin Yokabaskas has been ailing recently and confined to bed, but he couldn't pass up the chance to relive that special day one more time. "Well, it was the most exciting day of my life," said Yokabaskas, 84, as tears began to run down his...
  • Despite UConn's Success, Geno Advocates Parity

    Despite UConn's Success, Geno Advocates Parity
    STORRS – Geno Auriemma works the sidelines in a land of steady habits. Therefore, he is aware his fans do not like change or surprises. They expect his UConn program to win its ninth national championship in two weeks. He hears about it on TV....
  • UConn's Moriah Jefferson, Geno Auriemma Finalists For National Awards

    UConn's Moriah Jefferson, Geno Auriemma Finalists For National Awards
    Sophomore Moriah Jefferson is a finalist for the 2014 Nancy Lieberman Award, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Wednesday. Jefferson is the youngest of the five finalists. The winner will be announced at the Final Four in April.    ...
  • Fightin' Words: No Love Lost Between Notre Dame, UConn

    Fightin' Words: No Love Lost Between Notre Dame, UConn
    NASHVILLE — On Saturday afternoon, the UConn and Notre Dame women's basketball teams crammed into a small room in the bowels of Bridgestone Arena to watch the unveiling of The Associated Press player and coach of the year awards. It was cramped,...
  • Napier Has Seen His Share Of Top-Guard Comparisons

    NEW YORK – As far back as the AAC tournament, Shabazz Napier began tiring of questions about individual battles. Sean Kilpatrick of Cincinnati and the whole player-of-the-year thing, then Russ Smith of Louisville, then Langston Galloway of St....
  • Preview: No. 10 Seed St. Joseph Vs. No. 7 Seed UConn

    Preview: No. 10 Seed St. Joseph Vs. No. 7 Seed UConn
    Site: First Niagara Center, Buffalo, N.Y. Time: Thursday, 6:55 p.m. TV: TBS (Verne Lundquist, Bill Raftery, Allie LaForce) Radio: WTIC-AM 1080, WILI-AM 1400, WELI-AM 960, WGCH 1490 (Joe D'Ambrosio, Wayne Norman) Series history: UConn, 4-2 Last...
  • NCAA Notebook: Jim Calhoun Still Casts A Big Shadow

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – There is little doubt that Jim Calhoun remains a compelling figure. In Buffalo on Wednesday, as in Memphis during the AAC tournament, he was the most-interviewed person. Well, to be fair, coach Phil Martelli's grandson hadn't...
  • With Bitter Memories, Huskies Plan To Take Care Of Business

    With Bitter Memories, Huskies Plan To Take Care Of Business
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — Some of the Huskies know the thrill of winning a national championship, and most know the emptiness of being barred from postseason play. But perhaps the most important experience of all came in between, when UConn lost to Iowa...