A little more than a decade and a half ago, after delivering one of a long series of commentaries about the necessity of building a facility that would allow University of Connecticut football to move up to the division 1-A level, the phone rang in my office off the newsroom…
Nobody ever said it would be easy. There are a number of reasons why it shouldn’t be, particularly if you’re the UCONN women’s basketball team.
A century and a quarter of Storrs Agricultural College/Connecticut Agricultural College/University of Connecticut athletics later you can put down the month of March, 2014 as the most important month in the history of UCONN athletics.
Getting behind on Opening Day… I screwed up… I not only got behind the eight ball, I got behind opening day… how could I have missed it?… Well, actually I didn’t, it sorta missed me… […]
A regional director of the National Labor Relations Board in Chicago connected on a long field goal for the football players at Northwestern University yesterday when he ruled they have the right to form the nation’s first college athlete’s union.
There was a defining moment last night at Gampel Pavilion, a moment that defines the UCONN women’s basketball program, that defined the heart of a program that, on paper, appears to be heartless.
You know what they say about spring training, turn the standings upside down to get a handle on the regular season.
UCONN women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma isn’t a fan of campus hosts for regional games in the NCAA tournament.
Some wins you can’t put a price on. It’s hard to overstate the importance of any post season win because margins alone at this time of year aren’t the where all and end all of how important a win may be.
I said I’d show you mine, and here it is, from the inside out.