WTIC’s Sports Talk
Weeknight’s 6-7pm “WTIC’s Sports Talk” is the place for sports fans to talk about their favorite teams!
Joe D’Ambrosio and Kevin Nathan share hosting duties and are ready to talk about the latest from the sports world. UConn, Red Sox, Yankees, Patriots, Giants, Jets….no matter what the sport or the team, this is the show for all Connecticut sports Fans!
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Joe D’Ambrosio joined the UConn Huskies mens basketball team at Fenway before last night’s Red Sox- Yankees game. See his photos here…
The first visit to the Lone Star State was a Texas Mis-Step. The losses to Houston and SMU in the first week of conference play . But in April, on college basketball’s biggest stage, it was a Texas Two Step that resulted in a Big Dance that will last a lifetime as the UConn men won an improbable fourth National Championship.
Hours away from the last game of the college basketball season and for the fourth time, it will involve the UConn Huskies. Tonight at AT&T Stadium,it’s UConn and Kentucky for the National Championship in a scenario that seemed totally unlikely for either team four weeks ago.
The time for talk has ended. Tonight at 7:27, the pre game analysis will be rendered as useless as mock drafts and five day forecasts. When UConn and Iowa State take the floor at Madison Square Garden, one team will be headed to the Elite Eight and one to the off season.
UConn had sent the rather loud partisans out into the Mid-South night, disillusioned by their Memphis Tigers being blown out of the water by the Huskies.
Welcome back to the post season UConn fans. Isn’t it great?
THURSDAY, FEB 28 FROM TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT- For 27 minutes last night, it looked like the UConn Huskies were headed for their most disastrous loss of the season. They trailed South Florida, a team that [...]
Late night in Orlando after UConn got back on track with a 75-55 win at Central Florida. It was an interesting night to be sure at CFE Arena on the UCF campus.
The age old phrase “Defense wins championships” was never more evident that last night at Fifth Third Arena where AAC leader Cincinnati turned up the defensive intensity in the last 22 minutes to edge UConn 63-58.