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Red Sox Make It 10 In A Row With 6-4 Win Over Tampa Bay Dustin Pedroia hit his fourth career grand slam to help Rick Porcello get his major league-leading 22nd win, and the Boston Red Sox clinched a playoff berth by beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-4 Saturday night for their 10th consecutive win.
Connecticut Becoming A Hub For New Bioscience CompaniesTechnology and bio-medical companies looking to start and grow in Connecticut can take advantage of new laboratory space at the University of Connecticut.
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Syracuse Uses Late 99-yard Drive To Beat UConn 31-24.
Writers Offered A Chance To Work In Mark Twain's LibraryAspiring writers are being offered a chance for some quiet work time in the library of Mark Twain's Connecticut home.

Joe D's Notebook

Joe D's Notebook: The Virginia RecapA win is a win. Team sports are not figure skating or synchronized swimming. There are no style points. And so UConn’s narrow 13-10 win over Virginia carries the same value as a 45-10 win would be. It goes in the all-important left column in the standings. UConn again had to play from behind and yes, that’s a disturbing trend. In fact, in their three games, the Huskies have led for only 10
Joe D's Notebook: Navy - The RecapThere aren’t more stirring sights in college athletics than when the Brigade of Midshipmen march into Navy Marine Corps Stadium prior to a Navy home football game. It is truly one of the greatest traditions in sports. And there wasn’t a more gut wrenching sight than the UConn locker room after their heartbreaking 28-24 loss to the Midshipmen on Saturday. I can’t remember a more devastated group of players who put forth a superb effort only to come a half yard short of a signature win.
Joe D's Notebook: Game OneFirst off, it’s good to be back at it with year #25 calling UConn football and basketball. The summer was a great one but it’s time to get back to work. And it started Thursday night with a closer than anyone expected win over Maine. First off, let’s give the Black Bears credit. First year head coach Joe Harasymiak had his team ready to play and they executed their game plan to near perfection. They put pressure on Bryant Shirreffs ,shut down Arkiel Newsome and quarterback Dan Collins was given all day to throw the ball.
Joe D's Notebook: The End Of The RoadFor all but one team in the NCAA tournament, the season ends with disappointment. The end for the UConn Huskies came Saturday night in Des Moines when they were knocked out by Kansas 73-61 in Round Two of the South Region.
Joe D's Notebook: Taming The BuffaloesThe motto of the NCAA tournament is survive and advance. That is exactly what the UConn Huskies did Thursday afternoon in round one of the South Region against Colorado.
Joe D's Notebook: The Lowdown From Des MoinesGreetings from the heart of the Corn Belt. It may not be at the top of anyone’s list as a vacation destination but for eight college basketball teams, including UConn, there is no place they’d rather be.

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Red Sox Make It 10 In A Row With 6-4 Win Over Tampa Bay Dustin Pedroia hit his fourth career grand slam to help Rick Porcello get his major league-leading 22nd win, and the Boston Red Sox clinched a playoff berth by beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-4 Saturday night for their 10th consecutive win.
Connecticut Becoming A Hub For New Bioscience CompaniesTechnology and bio-medical companies looking to start and grow in Connecticut can take advantage of new laboratory space at the University of Connecticut.
Health Officials: Multi-State E.Coli Outbreak Sickens 7The Centers for Disease Control says a multistate outbreak of E.coli has sickened seven people, sending five to the hospital.
Blue Jays Shutout Yankees Again 3-0The New York Yankees' offense has disappeared, and their playoffs chances have pretty much vanished, too.
Syracuse Uses Late 99-yard Drive To Beat UConn 31-24.
Writers Offered A Chance To Work In Mark Twain's LibraryAspiring writers are being offered a chance for some quiet work time in the library of Mark Twain's Connecticut home.

SCOTT GRAY: Sports Commentary Archives

Scott Gray Sports Commentary: Hail, and FarewellThis story takes me back to the roots.
Scott Gray Sports Commentary, Thursday, October 2nd 2014As the headlines blare and one story piles on another trumpeting the anti social behavior of today's sports stars, perhaps the question we should ask ourselves is, "When did we stop caring about the purity of the competition?"
Scott Gray Sports Commentary: The Selig SmokescreenBud Selig must be the luckiest S.O.B. in the sports world.
Scott Gray Sports Commentary: "Lefty" Takes a Left TurnPhil Mickelson is getting a bit feisty in his old age. His hall of fame and elder statesman status on the PGA Tour appears to have given him a comfort zone for making his feelings known. Not that "Lefty" has been alone in the new "speak your mind" world of golf.
Scott Gray Sports Commentary, Friday, September 26th, 2014Have you ever had one of those days when you just felt like spending a few minutes in your past? One of those days when the car just veers off the highway into some old neighborhoods that suddenly assume their look of decades gone by and flush you with memories of what was and what came to be?
Scott Gray Sports Commentary, Thursday, September 25th, 2014I have a confession to make. Until this past week I didn't realize how serious my addiction was, but I've been suffering from the D.T.'s, withdrawal pains, hallucinations of Tiger Woods winning all four majors next season. I need my golf fix.

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