- 11/22 vs Cincinnati 6:30 pm pre-game/8 pm kick-off
- 11/29 @ Memphis 2:30pm pregame/ 4pm kick-off
- 11/20 vs College of Charleston (Puerto Rico Tip Off) 12pm pregame/ 12:30pm tip
- 11/21 vs Dayton (Puerto Rico Tip Off) 2pm pregame/ 2:30pm tip
- 11/23 TBD (Puerto Rico Tip Off) 4pm or 6pm pregame
- 11/23 vs Creighton 12:30pm pregame/ 1pm tip
- 11/28 vs College of Charleston 8pm pregame/ 8:30pm tip
- 11/29 Gulf Coast Showcase Game #2; opponent and time TBD
- 11/23 vs Cowboys 7:30pm pregame/ 8:30pm kick off
- 11/23 vs Detroit 10am pregame/ 1pm kick off. Will be aired on WDRC FM.
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(Hartford, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – Democratic state treasurer Denise Nappier is announcing her reelection to a fifth term. Nappier released a statement this afternoon calling Tuesday’s election “hard fought” and called her victory over GOP challenger […]
Republican Tom Foley on Wednesday conceded defeat to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in the Connecticut governor’s race.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Republican Tom Foley says that he has lost the race for Connecticut governor to incumbent Dannel P. Malloy. Foley said Wednesday in a note to supporters that they came close but […]
After many consumers complained about bait-and-switch tactics used by some electric suppliers in Connecticut’s retail energy market, the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has come up with stronger protections for customers.
Democrat Martha Coakley has called Republican Charlie Baker to concede the Massachusetts governor’s race.
Four -term State Senator Andrew Maynard easily won re-election Tuesday, despite a serious fall in July which kept him off the campaign tril.
Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy declared victory following a campaign for re-election against Republican Tom Foley, who was not ready to concede defeat formally but acknowledged he had probably lost their bruising rematch.
The close-fought Connecticut gubernatorial race was something of a 2010 repeat — not only in the participants, but in the razor-thin margin.