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  • Can't-Miss Field Goals? Brimah Streak On Line Vs. Duke

    Can't-Miss Field Goals? Brimah Streak On Line Vs. Duke
    STORRS — The name Jahlil Okafor jumps off the page and into every UConn fan's cereal bowl this week. But what about Ray Voelkel and Torian Oglesby?
  • DePaul women's soccer putting it all together

     DePaul women's soccer putting it all together
    Erin Chastain could see this coming, bit by bit, since taking over a DePaul women's soccer program that had failed to win a Big East match the season before she became head coach in 2007. "We felt we had a group that could do some things this year,"...

    Despite Measly Resources, Toner Built Powerful UConn Empire

    Despite Measly Resources, Toner Built Powerful UConn Empire
    John Toner got UConn into the Big East. He hired Jim Calhoun. He hired Geno Auriemma. There. In 16 words, Connecticut can embrace the width and breadth of John Toner's contributions to the sports history of our state. They are, by any definition,...

    How will Virginia Tech perform against top-ranked Duke on a national stage?

    Saturday marks Malcolm Delaney's 129th game in a Virginia Tech basketball uniform. He's played from coast-to-coast and in Cancun and the Bahamas, against All-Americans and eventual national champions. But Saturday's visit from No. 1 Duke trumps them all....

    Greenberg says Virginia Tech "melted" in loss to Duke

    Greenberg says Virginia Tech "melted" in loss to Duke
    January matched Virginia Tech basketball's worst month in Seth Greenberg's eight seasons as coach. Six defeats in seven games, including setbacks at ACC lightweights Wake Forest and Boston College. February couldn't have started with a much more...