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  • Some Of The Greatest Dynasties In Sports History

    Some of the top college sports dynasties . Minimum four-year stretch. Basketball UConn women 2000-present Led by Hall of Fame coach Geno Auriemma, the Huskies won six national titles, including three in a row from 2002 to 2004, had three unbeaten...
  • Capsule Looks At The Conference Teams

    Capsule Looks At The Conference Teams
    In predicted order of finish: UConn Last season: 39-0, 16-0 Coach: Geno Auriemma Top Players: F Maya Moore, Sr., G Tiffany Hayes, Jr.; G, Bria Hartley, Fr. The Skinny: The Huskies will break in five freshmen. They carry a 78-game winning streak...
  • A Look At The 2010-11 Huskies

    2 | Donnell Beverly G, 6-4, Sr., Los Angeles Senior captain is recovering from offseason surgery on both hip joints. 25 | Michael Bradley C/F, 6-10, Fr., Chattanooga, Tenn. Unlikely to log heavy minutes. Might even redshirt. 4 | Jamal Coombs-...
  • Turbulent, To Say The Least

    Turbulent, To Say The Least
    Has there been a more tumultuous season in UConn history? Has there ever been a soap opera like the 2009-10 season? Coming off an appearance in the Final Four the year before, the Huskies endured one of the more puzzling and trying seasons in the Jim...
  • Knocked Down, But Certainly Not Out

    Knocked Down, But Certainly Not Out
    Jim Calhoun didn't get to where he is in life by changing much about himself. "Some people may not like me," he said recently. "I may not like them. That's cool." Calhoun has been alive for 68 years. He's been a college basketball coach for 39. He's...
  • All-Time Winning Men's Coaches

    902 Bob Knight The General. How many more victories would he have if he hadn't worn out his welcome at Indiana? 879 Dean Smith Incredible graduation rate (96 percent) and coaching tree (Larry Brown, Roy Williams) impressive in addition to what he did...
  • Bad Date Stories

    UConn men's basketball beat writer Mike Anthony chronicles a tough year for Jim Calhoun's program on and off the court: 2009 Oct. 14: UConn, coming off an appearance in the Final Four but having lost four key players, holds the annual Husky Run in...
  • The Undisputed Team Leader

    The Undisputed Team Leader
    A smile here and a nod there, Kemba Walker has become the reassuring face for UConn -- a pillar of confidence in the eye of a hurricane. NCAA allegations have swirled and sanctions are forthcoming. Six freshmen have been fitted for jerseys. And the...
  • Family vacation hot spots in Indianapolis

    Family vacation hot spots in Indianapolis
    The Children's Museum. Sometimes biggest is best, and this, the largest children's museum in the world, is a smashing hit with kids of all ages. Ramps spiral up five floors, with Dale Chihuly's largest-ever permanent glass installation soaring up...
  • Orlando's newest landmark

    At the intersection of Division and Church Street sits Orlando's newest landmark- The Amway Center. Replacing the Amway Arena as the home of the Orlando Magic and the Orlando Predators, The Amway Center is more than twice the size of the old Arena and...
  • After decorated college career, Holehouse wants to stay in game

    After decorated college career, Holehouse wants to stay in game
    Please excuse Roberta Holehouse for having felt a bit overwhelmed when she first stepped onto campus at Penn State University as a freshman in 2005. Consider: Holehouse was home-schooled during her high school years, enjoying an All-Metro volleyball...