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- UConn Men’s Basketball:
- 3/8 at Louisville 1:30pm pregame/ 2pm tip
- UConn Women’s Basketball:
- 3/8 AAC Quarterfinals 1:45 pregame/ 2:15 tip Listen on 96.5 TIC
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