UConn Women Beats Stanford, But Fan Complacency Remains

Connecticut’s Tina Charles drives past Stanford’s Jayne Appel on her way in for a shot during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Hartford, Conn., Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009. No. 1 Connecticut defeated No. 2 Stanford 80-68. (AP Photo/Bob Child)

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By Richard Kent  UConn-Stanford women at the Hartford XL Center was all it was cracked up to be and more.  UConn faced its only half time deficit of the season at 40-38 but stormed back in the second half with one of its patented runs to win by 12.   UConn was led by its two all-American candidates, […]

UConn-Notre Dame Series May Be Dead

Desmond Conner of the Hartford Courant has blogged that the UConn-Notre Dame series may not come to fruition.  Here’s Conner and his quote of UConn Athletic Director Jeff Hathaway: Seems having Tennessee and now Michigan on the schedule can change things but has Hathaway completely changed his position on a series with ND? “Who knows, […]

UConn Football Strikes Deal With Michigan

Zac Boyer of the Hartford Courant reports that UConn has agreed to open its 2010 season at Michigan, with the Wolverines returning the favor and visiting Rentschler Field in 2013. According to Boyer, UConn was not interested in playing Michigan if it involved playing home games outside of Rentschler Stadium, as does the yet to […]

UConn Football: Baylor Victory Demonstrates the Strength of Fans, Program

UConn’s 31-28 win over Baylor last night represented college football at its best - a game full of big plays, lead changes and emerging stars before a near-capacity crowd that spent much of the second half on their feet.  The crowd was so engaged that UConn security took the preventative measures of lowering one goal post, […]

One Step Closer: UConn, Tennessee Agree to 2-Game Football Series

Credit UConn AD Jeff Hathaway and Head Coach Randy Edsall for backing their talk of creating a big-time football program with action.  After agreeing to play Notre Dame, UConn has agreed to play a 2-game series against the University of Tennessee in 2015 and 2016.  Unlike Notre Dame, Tennessee will actually play UConn at Rentschler Field […]