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The Baltimore SunWe’re less than two months away from the start of college basketball season, which means that it’s time to begin the second annual Sweet 16. For those who missed it last year, The Sweet 16 is my list of Baltimore’s top college...
The Baltimore SunAfter two seasons at Connecticut, Roscoe Smith is headed west to finish out his college basketball career. The former All-Metro forward from Walbook has committed to UNLV, according to CBSSports.com’s Jeff Goodman. Smith should be eligible to play...
16. Dylon Cormier, Loyola Jimmy Patsos was ecstatic to keep Cormier home for college. The Greyhounds coach was not only getting a first-team Baltimore Sun All-Metro player in Cormier, but also a player that would later prove to be his top local...
The Hartford CourantUConn has scored big in the ever-growing transfer sweepstakes. Rodney Purvis, a former McDonalds All-America guard who nearly chose UConn two years ago, announced via Twitter that he intends to transfer from North Carolina State to Storrs. "Feeling...
The Hartford CourantAs everyone at Gampel Pavilion watched a video tribute to a team that, on paper, had little to play for and instead gave and gave each game as if it had everything in the world to play for, Shabazz Napier began to feel the shiver of emotions. As...
The Hartford CourantOn Wednesday, the Huskies will "continue writing the story," in their coach's words. They will face one more big moment, in a season in which the UConn men's basketball team will be denied the biggest moments. The Huskies will face Georgetown at...
The Hartford CourantHARTFORD Phil Nolan tried to treat Wednesday's game against Syracuse like any other game, but he sensed in practice the day before that something was different. Teammate Tyler Olander was doing a lot more shoving than usual. "In the beginning of...
The Hartford Courant— You watch a team so badly outrebounded. You watch a team destroyed on the offensive boards. You watch big man after big man head to the bench with five fouls. You see that team outscored by 13 points on the free throw line. And afterward you see...
The Hartford CourantThis probably won't make the UConn basketball coaches, players or fans feel any better, but if the Huskies were eligible for the NCAA Tournament in March, they would be well on their way to making it. "I actually evaluate UConn the same as any eligible...
The Hartford CourantThe first phase of the UConn men's basketball season is over, the non-conference phase. It was much more interesting than usual, but the Huskies can say they came through the tests in solid shape. "I'm happy with 10-2, but I'm not satisfied," coach Kevin...
The Hartford Courant— As the second half got underway and the game moved to its most important stages, the Huskies were over-matched up front. This was no surprise — the surprise, perhaps, is that it took this long to become apparent. The UConn men's...
The Hartford CourantFlush with a most fruitful victory over a ranked team on the road, Kevin Ollie, that noted farmer out of South Central Los Angeles, was talking about reaping what is sown. "Tyler Olander was wonderful," Ollie said after UConn had knocked off No. 17...
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