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  • UConn's Boatright And Stanford's Randle Finally Face Off

    HARTFORD — In Illinois, the Mr. Basketball Award has been handed out for 33 years. Only once has there been a tie in the voting among high school coaches and media — in 2011, when the honor was shared by guards Ryan Boatright of East Aurora...
  • Napier Won't Always Be The Huskies' Savior

    Napier Won't Always Be The Huskies' Savior
    HARTFORD — There is only one Jesus. His name is Shuttlesworth. And for $109.95, you too, can purchase his jersey on Jan. 14. For the rest of us who began thinking that maybe Shabazz Napier was the real miracle worker, who could do no wrong...
  • UConn Men Can't Find A Way To Win This One

    UConn Men Can't Find A Way To Win This One
    HARTFORD — UConn stretched its "knowing-how-to-win" talent to the limit, but this time could not pull it off. After blowing a 13-point lead, shooting abysmally in the second half, the Huskies lost for the first time this season, 53-51, to Stanford...
  • UConn Steps Back To Assess How Stanford Forced Meltdown

    UConn Steps Back To Assess How Stanford Forced Meltdown
    HARTFORD — It's a sound Kevin Ollie has always said he hated: "Pound … pound … pound." To the UConn coach, it's the sound of stagnation, too much dribbling, not enough passing. The Huskies made too much of this noise in their first loss...
  • Bo knows Sacred Heart Prep

    Bo knows Sacred Heart Prep
    Every college football season, Bo St. Geme and his father, Ed St. Geme, make a trip up north to catch a Stanford game. The father and son tend to stay at a family member's house in Menlo Park, which is a short drive to the stadium on campus. The...
  • Warm Feelings When Geno Returns To Madison Square Garden

     Warm Feelings When Geno Returns To Madison Square Garden
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma, his industry's biggest star, will coach his 983rd women's basketball game for UConn Sunday against California. But it will be just the fourth time he has played at the World's Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden, since...
  • Ollie Hints At Lineup Changes

    Ollie Hints At Lineup Changes
    SEATTLE — The hoarseness in Kevin Ollie's voice provided a hint of what the past couple of days have been like for the UConn men's basketball team. "We can't have letdowns [in games], so I didn't want to see letdowns in practice," Ollie said...
  • Nolan Sits To Start, But Responds With Strong Play

    SEATTLE – Kevin Ollie was not kidding when he spoke of changes. Amida Brimah, the freshman, got his first career start, with Phil Nolan sitting against Washington, and Lasan Kromah got more minutes than ever. Nolan sat the first 13 minutes, but...
  • UConn Men Dig In, Finish Strong In Win Over Washington

    UConn Men Dig In, Finish Strong In Win Over Washington
    SEATTLE – Before the UConn men's basketball team could dig out and work its way back up, it had to sink a little deeper. For a time, this game at Washington was going even worse than the way the last game, against Stanford, finished up. When C.J....
  • Rose Bowl: Stanford's David Shaw says he has no desire for NFL job

    With numerous NFL teams firing coaches on Monday, Stanford Coach David Shaw will almost certainly be floated as a possible candidate for a pro job. Shaw said that while it is “unbelievably flattering” and “cool” to have his...
  • USC Coach Steve Sarkisian adds to staff

    USC Coach Steve Sarkisian adds to staff
    USC's football coaching staff continued to take on a distinct Washington flavor Monday when Steve Sarkisian announced that he had hired former Huskies assistants Justin Wilcox and Marques Tuiasosopo and San Francisco 49ers assistant Tim Drevno. Wilcox...
  • UConn Not Taking Houston Lightly

    UConn Not Taking Houston Lightly
    HOUSTON — Life in a new conference is starting for the UConn men's basketball team, a life that will mean long flights, unfamiliar cities, arenas and opponents. And that life will also mean a target on the Huskies' backs everywhere they go....