Connecticut beat Louisville comfortably back in January and didn’t even have star Breanna Stewart on the floor at the time. That doesn’t mean the Huskies are going to be brimming with confidence about their chances of winning an eighth NCAA national title on Tuesday night against the Cardinals.
The latest round of conference musical chairs has left Connecticut once again looking for a seat.
College football made its return to Yankee Stadium in 2010. Now it seems the Bombers’ chief AL East rivals will have their own gridiron renaissance.
The Jim Calhoun era is over. Assistant Kevin Ollie will be the head coach for UConn during the upcoming season but wasn’t granted the three-year deal he desired, according to multiple sources.
Jim Calhoun and UConn didn’t expect their season to end this way. Their future is equally unpredictable.
Drummond revealed this week that he decided to attend UConn this year as a walk-on, leaving the scholarship to Michael Bradley.
Oklahoma is back in the Fiesta Bowl and is supposed to win big. As of Tuesday, the Sooners (11-2) were 17-point favorites against No. 25 Connecticut (8-4) in the New Year’s night matchup.
Men’s teams. Women’s teams. No. 89 belongs to UConn. It beats them all.
Coach Geno Auriemma and his players — just Huskies, never the Lady Huskies — have been so dominant that some in the sports world have even suggested their overwhelming success is no good for the game.
Former University of Connecticut basketball star Art Quimby, who averaged more than 21 rebounds a game for the Huskies in the 1950s, has died. He was 77.
The Fiesta Bowl missed its marquee matchup. Left with little choice after the Orange Bowl took No. 5 Stanford, the Fiesta Bowl ended up selecting four-loss Connecticut to face Big 12 champion Oklahoma.
Connecticut defensive end Marcus Campbell, who was suspended from the team last week, has been arrested.
The 68-year-old Hall of Famer is happy to be back in the gym teaching a team that includes six freshmen, all of whom are expected to see some playing time.
Connecticut coach Randy Edsall says quarterback Cody Endres will not play again for the University of Connecticut.
University of Connecticut officials will spend the day trying to convince the NCAA that the school has done enough to punish itself for recruiting violations in the men’s basketball program.
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