Big East

Sorry for the delay. I spent all weekend writing a paper for English. About what you ask? To be honest… I’m not really sure. While I was writing that crappy paper things were happening though. Big things. But let’s start small. I’m not even sure where to begin. So much for an easy non-conference schedule [...]

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All Eyes On Anaheim for UConn vs. Arizona

by Matthew Farrell March 26, 2011

Tonight, UConn not only gets a chance to go to the Final Four, but they get to do it in style. Their opponents, Arizona, are a fellow historical powerhouse, led by a future NBA lottery pick in Derrick Williams, and sure to have the arena almost completely dominated by their loud and local fans. Add [...]

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A Mid-Tournament Look at UConn and the Big Least

by Dylan Clark March 22, 2011

If you’re anything like me, your bracket has yet again proved that no matter how much you think you know about college basketball, you really don’t know anything. My bracket is currently in the 15th percent of ESPN’s tournament challenge… embarrassing I know. The last week has been incredibly frustrating, but at the same time [...]

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Beasts of the Big East

by Dylan Clark March 14, 2011

Who would have ever seen this coming? There was the hope of doing the impossible of course, but no one thought it was actually going to happen. Yet here we are. The UConn Huskies are Big East Champions after doing what many thought impossible. Five games in the course of five days against the best [...]

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Kemba Walker Back in POY Race

by Dylan Clark February 17, 2011

For a while there he had us all convinced. Other names started to come up, but he still had us all convinced. Then a little shooting slump and he gets written off by everyone outside the great state of Connecticut. He is Kemba Walker. He is a Junior point guard for the University of Connecticut. [...]

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