Here’s a look at the top transfer players heading into the next college basketball season.
By Jon Rothstein » More Columns Jim Calhoun has won three national championships and has a place in Basketball’s Hall of Fame. He’s a coaching deity whose built UConn into a national power and virtual factory […]
UConn AD Warde Manuel said the school would continue to fight what it believes was an unfair process, but he does not believe the punishment will be overturned.
Connecticut has received a verbal commitment from a 6-foot-10 forward, just as another officially transferred from the school.
Frank Haith knew this past weekend would represent a change in Missouri basketball that would last a very long time. How could he not?
UConn may have a rough go to kick off their title defense. The Iowa Cyclones are not exactly slouches, having knocked off Big 12 behemoths Kansas, Baylor and Kansas State this year.
Freshman Andre Drummond scored a season-high 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds as No. 9 Connecticut returned from final exams Sunday with a 77-40 win over Holy Cross
Like we’ve seen with past UConn teams in Storrs, the overall talent level on the roster for this particular group of Huskies is staggering.
Kemba Walker scored 33 points and the conference that was supposedly so powerful at last put a member into the NCAA tournament’s regional semifinals Saturday night when Connecticut knocked off league foe Cincinnati 69-58.
The Big East is just too big and too good to fit into the usual tidy constraints of the NCAA tournament bracket. So it will come about on Saturday that Connecticut and Cincinnati will meet in the round of 32, the first time in NCAA tournament history an intraconference game has been played before the round of 16.
Kemba Walker scored 21 points and freshman Jeremy Lamb had 17 to lead Connecticut to a 103-57 exhibition win over Bridgeport on Sunday.