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  • Tulsa Outshoots, Outruns UConn Men

    Tulsa Outshoots, Outruns UConn Men
    TULSA, Okla. – Whatever UConn's issues with being in the American Athletic Conference, the Huskies cannot say they're too good for the quality of basketball. Though they have won the national championship, the Huskies have yet to show dominance in...
  • Undersized UCF sharpshooter Brandon Goodwin ready to be playmaker for Knights

    Undersized UCF sharpshooter Brandon Goodwin ready to be playmaker for Knights
    Just 48 hours after Brandon Goodwin gifted SportsCenter with two 3-pointers to help UCF men's basketball defeat Houston on the road in a 79-78 overtime thriller, he was back in the gym practicing free throws. He scored a college career-high 30 points...
  • UCF men's basketball can build what SMU built, Donnie Jones said

    UCF men's basketball can build what SMU built, Donnie Jones said
    The feel-good fuzzies after UCF's magical win in Houston earlier this week have all worn off for the men's basketball team. They've got bigger challenges ahead this month starting with a tough contest against one of the American Athletic Conference's best...
  • UConn Men's Insider: AAC Showing Some Signs Of Life Lately; Now Will Huskies?

    A funny thing happened on the way to oblivion – actually three funny things: Cincinnati was back in its old grind-it-out mold, took San Diego State to overtime and won, 71-62. They couldn't sustain it, though, losing to Virginia Commonwealth two...
  • UConn's Kia Nurse, Moriah Jefferson Receive Weekly AAC Honors

    UConn's Kia Nurse and Moriah Jefferson were honored by the AAC on Monday. Here's the release from UConn: PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Fresh off a 51-point victory over SMU in UConn’s 2014-15 conference opener, freshman guard Kia Nurse (Hamilton,...
  • George O'Leary said he'll take his time hiring a new UCF defensive coordinator

    The UCF football offseason just got more interesting for George O'Leary. In addition to his routine postseason evaluations, he'll start the work of identifying a new defensive coordinator to replace Tyson Summers, who is headed to Colorado State....
  • 5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: They Can Play With Best, How About The Rest?

    5 UConn Women's Lessons Learned: They Can Play With Best, How About The Rest?
    Every game is a learning experience, for those who play and those who watch. Here's what we learned after the UConn women's 83-52 win over 10th-ranked Duke on Monday night at the XL Center: 1. Long road gets easier: Not that winning 10 of their first 11...
  • UCF men's basketball vs. Tulsa: Catching up with Donnie Jones

    UCF men's basketball vs. Tulsa: Catching up with Donnie Jones
    The next part of the season starts today for UCF men's basketball. The nonconference scheduled brought the Knights a 7-4 record and two breakout freshman stars in Adonys Heriquez and B.J. Taylor, who was recently named the American Athletic Conference...
  • UConn Women Win 10th Straight In Rout Over East Carolina

    GREENVILLE, N.C. – There will be times when Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is out of synch, in foul trouble, perhaps not feeling well. It happens. And when it does the greatest three-point shooter in UConn history will naturally fade into the background....
  • The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins

    The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins
    A few questions to ponder as we depart 2014 for 2015: Will the UConn men's basketball team take momentum and mojo into March, when the Huskies would be defending their title? Have UConn women's basketball fans made hotel reservations in and around...
  • E. Carolina Pirates' Turn To Walk Plank

    E. Carolina Pirates' Turn To Walk Plank
    GREENVILLE, N.C. — There will be times when Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis is out of sync or in foul trouble. Sometimes it happens at the same time. And when it does, the greatest three-point shooter in UConn history will naturally fade into the background....