5 Biggest Gut-Punch Losses in UConn HistoryAs exhilarating as Saturday's comeback was, it made UConn's defeat hurt that much more. In the still-short FBS history of UConn football, it joins the ranks of these games as the biggest gut-punch losses ever.
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.
2016 AAC East Preview: Willie Taggart Has USF Ready To ContendThe Bulls have improved in each season under Taggart. Does that mean a title game appearance is on the docket this year?
Ranking UConn Football’s 2016 OpponentsWith a dozen regular season games to look towards, here are the rankings of UConn’s 2016 opponents, from worst to best.
Top Geno Auriemma QuipsWhat’s not to love about Geno Auriemma? Aside from the numbers – 11 national championships, 955 wins, etc. – Auriemma is always good for a quote. Here's the top Auriemma quips over the years.
Geno Auriemma On Pat Summitt's LegacyUConn Womens Basketball head coach Geno Auriemma, the late Pat Summitt's fiercest rival, reacted to news of her passing.
Greatest UConn Women’s Players EverInstead of ranking who is “better”, we’ll take superlatives of sorts to go through the ever-growing list of who could be the greatest players in UConn women’s basketball history
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.
UConn Tops Colorado, Advances To Round Two of NCAA TournamentThe Huskies took charge in the second half with Rodney Purvis finishing with 19 points — 15 in the final 20 minutes — in a 74-67 win over Colorado in the NCAA Tournament.
Joe D's Notebook: A Wild Weekend In O-Town23 miles north of Walt Disney World, the Amway Center is the new Magic Kingdom for Husky Nation. That’s where the 2016 UConn men punched their ticket for the NCAA tournament with three wins in three days at the American Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament.
UConn Huskies 9th Seed In The SouthThe UConn Huskies will dance in March. The Huskies are seeded 9th in the South region of the 2016 NCAA Basketball Tournament. Up first for the Huskies 8th seeded Colorado Buffaloes out of the PAC 12 Conference. They will play Thursday in Des Moines