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  • UConn Routs Memphis, 83-49

     UConn Routs Memphis, 83-49
    HARTFORD — Perhaps it was too much to ask for. After all, UConn had just played two road games against ranked opponents that offered enough competition and suspense to at least get its heart rate up. These days, that's what constitutes a nail-...
  • UConn Ready For Showdown At Rutgers On Saturday

    UConn Ready For Showdown At Rutgers On Saturday
    STORRS — The Rutgers Athletic Center, known as "The RAC," has a reputation for being one of the tougher places to play. It's a lot tougher, of course, when Rutgers has a good team. UConn has won 9 of 11 games it has played there since 1996 but...
  • UConn Tops Rutgers, 82-71

    UConn Tops Rutgers, 82-71
    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Shabazz Napier stepped back and launched a three-point shot from deep, and it hit iron. UConn coach Kevin Ollie, always animated, waved his left hand in disgust. And Napier soon came out for a couple of minutes … just a...
  • Daniels Shows His Toughness After Ankle Injury

    Daniels Shows His Toughness After Ankle Injury
    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — With 4:11 left in the first half, DeAndre Daniels went up for a defensive rebound, fell over Ryan Boatright and, man, this Saturday night in Jersey looked as if it was going to end up ugly. Worse than a night, this was something...
  • When In Doubt, Find Shabazz Napier

    When In Doubt, Find Shabazz Napier
    PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Rutgers, like many teams before it, had found a way to contain UConn's Shabazz Napier — for a while. "They were running pick-and-rolls and we were able to run another guy at him," coach Eddie Jordan said. "We were able to...
  • Maryland could face former Terps coach Ralph Friedgen next season in Big Ten

    Maryland could face former Terps coach Ralph Friedgen next season in Big Ten
    Former Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen -- who sought a contract extension from the school in 2010 and instead found himself out of a job -- may meet up with the Terps next season. According to reports, Friedgen – a former Maryland offensive...
  • Stewart Closing In On 1,000 Points

    PHILADELPHIA — Breanna Stewart's place in UConn basketball history is on reserve. On Tuesday, the sophomore scored a career-high 37 points, shooting 15 of 19 from the field, to bring her within 77 points of becoming the 39th player in program...
  • Thoughts on Ralph Friedgen, Melo Trimble starting next year and the odds Damian Prince picks Maryland

    Thoughts on Ralph Friedgen, Melo Trimble starting next year and the odds Damian Prince picks Maryland
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and producer-editor Jonas Shaffer weigh in on three topics from the past week in Maryland sports. What's your take on having not only James Franklin -- but now perhaps Ralph Friedgen -- in the Big Ten...
  • Ollie Cites Defense As Main Factor For UConn's Turnaround

    Ollie Cites Defense As Main Factor For UConn's Turnaround
    STORRS – After the Huskies lost both games on their Texas trip, coach Kevin Ollie had plenty to criticize. But one thing stood out: defense. Houston shot 49.1 percent in its victory over UConn on New Year's Eve and Southern Methodist shot 47.2...
  • Rutgers LB Nick Internicola to transfer to FAU

    Rutgers LB Nick Internicola to transfer to FAU
    Former Rutgers and University School linebacker Nick Internicola will transfer to FAU and re-unite with his high school coach Roger Harriott.  The linebacker announced his decision on his Twitter account late Saturday night.  The 6-foot-4, 220-pound...
  • Last-minute flipping of commitments becoming growing trend

    Last-minute flipping of commitments becoming growing trend
    “The Journey” is an eight-part, eight-day series that takes you behind the scenes of the college football recruiting process as South Florida's best make the biggest decisions of their lives. To read other installments of "The Journey" visit ...