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Sports Commentary 3/20/14 – Show Me Yours, I’ll Show You Mine (Brackets)

I said I’d show you mine, and here it is, from the inside out.


Breanna Stewart vs. Louisville, Feb. 9, 2014. (Stephen Slade/UConn)

Stewart Expects Huskies To Win Second Straight Title

Breanna Stewart expects UConn to win its ninth national title next month. She doesn’t believe that’s being cocky, it’s knowing the Huskies can live up to expectations.


Ryan Boatright, UConn (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

UConn Excited To Be Back In Tourney After Year Ban

UConn guard Ryan Boatright didn’t watch the NCAA tournament last year. It was too painful.


UConn women's basketball team (Bob Stowell/UConn)

Sports Commentary 3/18/14- I Know I’ve Been Here Before

To quote Bob Dylan’s epic ballad “Red River Shore”, “Though nothing looks familiar to me, I know I’ve stayed here before.”


UConn women's basketball team (Bob Stowell/UConn)

UConn Women Atop March Madness Bracket

UConn is the top seed in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament.


UConn Huskies (Joe Murphy/Getty Images)

Final AP Poll: UConn Men No. 18

UConn men enter tournament as No. 18 in final AP Poll.


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Sports Commentary 3/17/14 – The Brackets are Out – No Love for the American

This was not a normal year for the Men’s NCAA basketball tournament selection process, not a year just about seeding, who’s seeded where, which region is the strongest, which is the weakest.


MEMPHIS, TN - MARCH 14: Jermaine Sanders #15 of the Cincinnati Bearcats drives with the ball against Lasan Kromah #20 of the Connecticut Huskies during the semifinals of the American Athletic Conference Tournament at FedExForum on March 14, 2014 in Memphis, Tennessee. Connecticut defeated Cincinnati 58-56. (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images)

UConn Edges Cincy, To Face Louisville In AAC Championship Game

Shabazz Napier hit a free throw with 11.1 seconds left as No. 21 Connecticut held off 13th-ranked Cincinnati 58-56 Friday night to advance to the American Athletic Conference tournament final.


The Women’s Beat with Bob Joyce – Now, we wait…

The 1st American Conference Tournament is in the books, and the Top Ranked Huskies just keep cruising along into the Madness. But now, we’re in the midst of the 13 day wait between the end […]


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Sports Commentary 3/12/14 – Just Mentioning It

Some things worth mentioning, because they might otherwise go unnoticed.