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  • Virginia native Robert Prunty takes unlikely roundabout path to coaching role at Cincinnati

     Virginia native Robert Prunty takes unlikely roundabout path to coaching role at Cincinnati
    About three days before Christmas in 2009, Robert Prunty had the long-awaited opportunity of a lifetime arrive in the form of a phone call. He never saw it coming, but truthfully, he wasn’t even looking. There was a time in Prunty’s life when...
  • Former UConn Linebacker Catching On With Tampa Bay

     Former UConn Linebacker Catching On With Tampa Bay
    Just ask former UConn linebacker Danny Lansanah how he's feeling these days and the conversation only bends one way. "Man," he said, "I don't think I can put into words how happy I am just to be finally getting a chance. I've been in so many places,...
  • Dolphins discard Michael Ola coming up aces for Bears

    Dolphins discard Michael Ola coming up aces for Bears
    Michael Ola laughs and shakes his head when asked if he feels like the Kurt Warner of Bears offensive linemen. OK, so it's a stupid question: Warner could play only quarterback while Ola already has started at left guard, left tackle — and if you...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Ex-Phoebus star Boyd's Boston team falls to Omaha in FXFL opener

    PRO FOOTBALL: Just more than a month after the New York Jets cut him, former Phoebus High and Clemson star Tajh Boyd returned to football competition Wednesday night. He was playing quarterback for the Boston Brawlers, who lost the first game in FXFL...
  • Stop the presses! New football league wants to field Orlando Sentinels

    Stop the presses! New football league wants to field Orlando Sentinels
    A new pro-football league may be coming to Orlando. Please do not stop if you've read this before. In the not-so-illustrious footsteps of the Thunder, Rage, Tuskers, Panthers, Renegades and Blazers, here come the Orlando Sentinels. If that sounds...
  • Closer Look At Bob Diaco And His Assistants

    Closer Look At Bob Diaco And His Assistants
    The Head Coach Bob Diaco became UConn's 30th head coach on Dec. 12, 2013. Paul Pasqualoni was fired Sept. 30, and interim coach T.J. Weist was not retained. The 411 on Diaco: Age: 41 High school: Cedar Grove (N.J.) College: Iowa (Class of 1995)...
  • Will Bucs feel the love after extreme makeover in 2014?

    Will Bucs feel the love after extreme makeover in 2014?
    TAMPA — The Marketing Plan is all Lovie-Dovie. Lovie Smith is the next-man-up trying to make Tampa Bay relevant in the NFL. The Bucs have made the playoffs since 2007, when Jon Gruden had that Chuckie vibe going on the sidelines. Raheem Morris...
  • Regional Digest

    Ollie Adds To UConn Staff UConn men's basketball coach Kevin Ollie announced Tuesday two additions to his coaching staff — David Sevush as director of scouting-video and Dan Griffin as director of player development. Sevush, 28, has assumed his new...
  • Another Fledgling Football League Will Have A Team In Hartford

    The fledgling North American Football League has announced Hartford as a site for the league's inaugural season in the spring of 2015. The Hartford Merchantmen were unveiled as one of eight charter franchises, joining the Birmingham Freedom, Columbus...
  • Former Ravens QB Troy Smith signs with Montreal Alouettes

    Former Ravens QB Troy Smith signs with Montreal Alouettes
    Former Ravens backup quarterback Troy Smith signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes, the Canadian Football League team announced Wednesday night. Smith, 29, was drafted in the fifth round by the Ravens in 2007 and played for the team...
  • Rentschler Field's Top Moments In 10 Years

    The stadium on Silver Lane in East Hartford opened 10 years ago as the home for a UConn football program that was transitioning to Division I-A. The Huskies opened with a victory over Indiana and have gone 46-18 at Rentschler Field. They have sold out...