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Patriots cap an incredible Saturday of sports... [Read More]
The UConn defense was so determined not to allow Bonnie Samuelson a three-point shot at the end of regulatio... [Read More]
Kendrick Moore inspired by Meriden tragedy... [Read More]
Should UConn support Group of 5 playoff... [Read More]
Getting answers on Diaco buyout... [Read More]
Auriemma's art of coaching while never losing... [Read More]
No Diallo for UConn. He's Kentucky's project... [Read More]
Berman steps aside as face of NFL at ESPN... [Read More]
As he sat in the Killingly High weight room on Tuesday, his arm strong around his grief-stricken captain, Joe Banas, too, could not hold his emotions. [Read More]
2016 the most remarkable sports year in history... [Read More]
Randy Edsall, the man, closed the wound. Randy Edsall, the coach, opened the possibilities for his offense. And with those two vital matters addressed, the first reflection of Edsall's re-introductory press conference on... [Read More]
Edsall needs to say he's sorry... [Read More]
Kemba Walker develops into star... [Read More]
The season was bad. The ending was horrible. The UConn football team lost its last six games, the final four by a humiliating total score of 130-16. Before Arkeel Newsome reached the end... [Read More]
The season was bad. The UConn football season was awful. Yet when it ended with an embarrassing 38-13 loss to Tula... [Read More]
Patriots rout Jets... [Read More]
At this point, after the 70-67 overtime loss to Auburn, some UConn fans undoubtedly are predisposed to shrug their shoulders and say, "This just isn't our... [Read More]
When coach Tom Espinosa left Florida on a flight home Thursday, Hamidou Diallo was not among any of his returning Putnam Science Academy players. On his official visit to UConn, Diallo already... [Read More]
Flip the middle finger in celebration. Have your athletic scholarship yanked. [Read More]
Maybe college football ought to lay off the word "integrity" for a while. Maybe college football ought to lay off it for a long while. Coaches, athletic directors, presidents,... [Read More]