1. AAC Preseason Power Rankings: No.1 UConn

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  2. UConn Men Look to Develop Frontcourt

    The UConn backcourt grabbed most of the headlines last season, but when 7-foot freshman Amida Brimah stepped on the court at the FedEx Forum for the first time last January, he immediate drew one player's attention...

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  3. SCSU Could Give UConn a Fight in Exhibition Opener at Gampel

    Exactly five years ago tonight, Division II LeMoyne shocked the college basketball world with an 82-79 win over Syracuse in an exhibition game at the Carrier Dome...

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  4. Boatright: If Ollie Left, I Might Have Too

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  5. Ray Allen Still Undecided on Playing Future

    With the 2014-15 NBA season already underway, former Miami Heat star Ray Allen is still home, and seems to be enjoying it.....

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  6. UConn Men Take Spoils at AAC Media Day

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  7. UConn Tabbed to Win AAC; Boatright Player of Year

    UConn dominates this year's American Athletic Conference's preseason awards. The Huskies were picked to win the conference by the league's coaches -- though just barely...

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  8. UConn Guard Injures Right Knee, out a Week or so

    Omar Calhoun is looking to bounce back from a disappointing end to his sophomore season. At least from an individual standpoint. .....

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  9. UConn Men's Basketball: Where Does Terrence Samuel Fit?

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  10. UConn's Omar Calhoun to Miss at Least a Week with MCL Sprain

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  11. Calhoun Out at Least a Week with Mild MCL Sprain

    Omar Calhoun will likely be out for at least a week after a right knee MCL sprain he suffered in practice Sunday. No definitive timetable...

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  12. Calhoun out at Least a Week with Mild MCL Sprain

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  13. Isaiah Briscoe Will Cut List to Three on Saturday

    Roselle Catholic's Isaiah Briscoe will cut his list of schools to three before making his final decision, his father told NJ Advance Media on Tuesday. The news was first reported by Adam Zagoria of SNY...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 9 months ago 211 reads 0 comments

  14. Shabazz Napier Forcing Miami Heat to Stand Up and Notice

    When the Miami Heat drafted UConn point guard Shabazz Napier with 24th pick of the first round in the June NBA draft, there was little doubt the former Husky would be on the roster on opening night...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 9 months ago 120 reads 0 comments

  15. New Husky Cassell Sits with Leg Injury, Says He'll 'Be Ready to Go in a Week."

    Sam Cassell Jr. showed off his dance moves Friday night at Gampel Pavilion, but fans will have to wait to see the rest of his abilities...

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  16. UConn to Celebrate Dual Titles at First Night

    UConn has more to celebrate than most during the annual First Night festivities marking the start of the new basketball season...

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  17. Hay There, Huskies Fans, Meet The New Shabazz On The UConn Campus

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 10 months ago 44 reads 0 comments

  18. Ollie Preaches Chemistry, Which Worked Last Season

    WWALLINGFORD — There will be one more chance to celebrate the national championship, at First Night on Friday, but the process of moving forward is well underway for the UConn men...

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  19. UConn Men's Basketball: 5 Things for First Night

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  20. Ollie Offers Early Look at 2014-15 Huskies

    Kevin Ollie and women's coach Geno Auriemma took part in “An Evening with Champions” Tuesday night at the Oakdale Theater in Wallingford.....

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  21. Ten Freshmen Who Will Make the Biggest Impact Next Season

    To make an immediate impact in college basketball, decorated freshmen typically need more than just elite talent and skill.....

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  22. 2014-15 College Basketball Conference Preview: Big East

    The college hoops offseason is painfully long. But we're almost through it! And now it's time to get ready/informed for 2014-15.....

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  23. UConn Basketball Over/Under: 7 PPG for Omar Calhoun?

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  24. Jim Calhoun to Join ESPN's College Hoops Coverage

    BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun will join ESPN's college basketball coverage this season.....

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  25. UConn's Tallest Husky Wins Annual Preseason Race

    For years the UConn basketball program has held the Husky Run, a 3.1 mile race that not only shows what kind of condition the players are in just days before the start of practice but also has “regular” students taking part...

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