WTIC’s Joe D’Ambrosio is covering the UConn Huskies at the Final Four and doing some sightseeing in Houston. He and Wayne Norman have been sending back pictures, and we’ll be adding new ones as they arrive.
A little town of about 12,000 people located in the rolling farmland and stone fences of eastern
Connecticut seems like a strange place for the center of the major college sports universe.
Connecticut, Stanford, Notre Dame and Texas A&M, two No. 1 seeds and two No. 2s, will be in Indianapolis on Sunday for the national semifinals.
When the UConn Huskies face Kentucky and center Josh Harrellson Saturday, they’ll see a much improved player than the Harrellson who started the year.
University of Connecticut Coach Jim Calhoun says “Any legacy stuff I can look at later,”for now he’s preparing his Huskies for the Final Four.
The UConn Huskies take on Duke Tuesday night as the women seek to join the men’s team in advancing to the Final Four.