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Success Breeds Hate, it Doesn’t Ruin a Sport

Posted on 28 Mar, 2016, by in Other Sport

The Connecticut Huskies Women’s basketball team. Stephen Curry. Wladimir & Vitali Klitschko. All have or are being blamed that they’re ruining the sport they’re dominating. Success, as the New England Patriots and Tom Brady or Duke and Mike Krzyzewski can tell everyone, brings hate. But it doesn’t ruin a sport. More

UConn Huskies – Shabazz Napier Needs to Thank DeAndre Daniels

Posted on 3 Dec, 2013, by in NBA

Obviously, Shabazz Napier, maybe the best senior left in College Basketball, got most of the praise for leading Connecticut to a 65-64 win over Florida, remaining undefeated in a slightly surprising start to the season. However, his buzzer beating shot wouldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for DeAndre Daniels saving the day and tipping the ball his way. More

College Football Realignment – The Big East Changing Its Name

Posted on 26 Feb, 2013, by in NFL

The big money that keeps pouring in from TV deals into College Football is changing the national landscape when it comes to College Sports, and the broken up Big East is beginning to look more and more like an old Conference USA, and according to some sources, its new TV deal will also bring a change of name with it. More

UConn Basketball – Life After Jim Calhoun

Posted on 13 Sep, 2012, by in NBA

We know who’s going to replace Jim Calhoun as the UConn Huskies head coach – Kevin Ollie, who played under Calhoun for four seasons (1991-1995) before going on to play in the NBA for over a decade as a backup point guard. But after 26 years of mostly successful times, it’s hard seeing anyone making the quick transition, continuing a legacy of excellence. More

UCONN Butler Game : U G L Y

Posted on 5 Apr, 2011, by in NBA

UConn beat Butler 53-41 in the 2011 NCAA Men’s National Championship game, their third national title under Jim Calhoun, but it was far from a pretty sight. More