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  • UConn Women's Soccer: Tough Approach Has Been Rewarded

    Reefer: New Hampshire at UConn, Saturday, 5 p.m., Morrone Stadium STORRS — At the start of the season, UConn women's soccer coach Len Tsantiris did something he had never done in his 34 years of coaching. He didn't pick captains for the year....
  • UConn Falls To South Florida On Penalty Kicks

    Spasoje Stefanovic made two saves and the UConn men's soccer team missed all four of its penalty kicks as South Florida defeated UConn 2-0 in penalty kicks after a scoreless draw in the American Athletic Conference semifinals at Morrone Stadium in Storrs....
  • Breaking down Tulane football: Concerned about UCF's size advantage

    Breaking down Tulane football: Concerned about UCF's size advantage
    Tulane may not be at the top of the American Athletic Conference standings, but that doesn't mean it won't present some challenges to UCF football Saturday. Coming off two tough losses to Duke and Rutgers, the Green Wave (2-4, 1-1) built up their...
  • ODU announces third football game with N.C. State

    With Old Dominion's announcement that a third football game against North Carolina State is finalized, school officials now work to bolster future non-conference schedules with attractive regional and national matchups. ODU's 2015 schedule is complete...
  • Cincinnati Beats South Florida, 34-17

    CINCINNATI — Gunner Kiel threw for one touchdown and ran for another in one half of play while Mike Boone erupted for 211 rushing yards and a score to help the host Bearcats top the Bulls 34-17 on Friday night. Kiel was 13 of 22 for 196 yards...
  • Central Florida Rides Fast Start To Victory Over Temple, 34-16

    Justin Holman threw for 336 yards and two touchdowns, and Central Florida scored the game's first 17 points en route to an easy 34-17 win over Temple on Saturday in Orlando, Fla. William Stanback ran for 94 yards and two scores, and Breshad Perriman...
  • Toughened Knights overpower Temple for homecoming win

    Toughened Knights overpower Temple for homecoming win
    By the time UCF running back Will Stanback broke past a tackle and muscled his way into the endzone for a touchdown on his second effort in the first half, it was clear players wanted to make sure no one ever questioned their toughness again. UCF...
  • UCF quarterback Justin Holman takes another key step forward

    UCF quarterback Justin Holman takes another key step forward
    Even old school UCF coach George O'Leary has a limit on how much physicality he wants to see out of his players, particularly quarterback Justin Holman. He's yelled at Holman on more than one occasion for neglecting to slide on scrambles instead of...
  • Diaco Says UConn Is Not About 'Moral Victories'

    Diaco Says UConn Is Not About 'Moral Victories'
    His team stayed close to a national ranked opponent in a hostile environment. But a few days removed from UConn's loss at East Carolina, coach Bob Diaco was ready to move on. Speaking on the weekly American Athletic Conference media teleconference...
  • Bob Diaco Says 'We Don't Deal In Moral Victories;' UCF Next

    Bob Diaco Says 'We Don't Deal In Moral Victories;' UCF Next
    The UConn football team returns to Rentschler Field Saturday for the first time in five weeks, hosting Central Florida at noon. Coming off a strong showing against the best team in the American Athletic Conference, UConn (1-6) is seemingly heading in...
  • Bet On UConn, Ryan Boatright To Take Center Stage At AAC Media Day

    The American Athletic Conference's second round of basketball media days begins with the men in Manhattan on Wednesday – the AAC women have their day Thursday - and it figures to be quite a bit different from the first. For one thing, it's in...