Monthly Archives: September 2011

UConn Huskies Sports Roundup Updated Through September 30th


I’m back from Ros Hashanah now. Post should now resume as normal. Football: The Huskies will be hosting the Western Michigan Broncos at 3:30 PM on Saturday. That game will air on SNY and will be on ESPN3.com for those … Continue reading

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UConn Sports Roundup, September 28-30, 2011


Note: Due to Rosh Hashanah, this post includes information I would post through September 30th, which includes information on weekend contests as well, to the extent that I would mention them between now and Friday. I will likely post Friday … Continue reading

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UConn Huskies Sports Roundup, September 26, 2011


Women’s Soccer: The Huskies played their third straight overtime contest Sunday afternoon, tying with the Cincinnati Bearcats 2-2. The Huskies were down 2-0 at one point but overcame the deficit and came out with the draw. The Huskies are now … Continue reading

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Husky Sports Roundup, September 25th 2011


Football: The Huskies defeated the Buffalo Bulls yesterday 17-3 to improve to 2-2 on the season. Johnny McEntee finally came through in a game, going 12-21 for 213 yards and throwing two touchdowns. Unfortunately, the game was not viewable on … Continue reading

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Husky Sports Roundup September 24, 2011


Football: The Huskies travel to Buffalo tonight to face the Buffalo Bulls. The Huskies are 1-2 while Buffalo has the same record. The Huskies will look to turn the season around tonight. Kickoff is at 6:00 PM on SNY and … Continue reading

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UConn Sports Roundup, September 23, 2011


Husky news and notes from today Women’s Soccer: The Huskies continue Big East play with a pair of games this weekend. First, they face the Louisville Cardinals tonight at 7:00 PM. Video will be available on Huskies All-Access, and WHUS … Continue reading

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UConn Sports Roundup, September 21, 2011


Men’s soccer: The #2 Huskies improved to 7-0-0 on the year with a 2-0 victory over the #10 Boston College 2-0. Carlos Alvarez and Tony Cascio added goals. A good road win for the Huskies against a prominent opponent. Next … Continue reading

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An Analysis of Conference Realignment, Part 1 – Super-ACC Plus Revised Big East


So now multiple reports are surfacing that UConn will join a Super-ACC Power Conference. There are many ways this could move forward and I will outline a few of the ones I think are possible. As a disclaimer, I may … Continue reading

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Delayed Weekend Roundup – UConn Update through September 20, 2011 (CORRECTED)


Sorry for the delay. Big news over the weekend with regards to the ACC. I’ll put up something about that soon. For now, here’s the latest. MAJOR NEWS: There are multiple reports surfacing that UConn may join a super-ACC within … Continue reading

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UConn Sports Roundup, Sepetmber 17th (UPDATE 2 PM)


Men’s Soccer: The Huskies defeated the Boston University Terriers 1-0. The game against the unranked home team was tightly contested throughout before Allando Matheson scored his first career goal to put the Huskies up for good. Over the last few … Continue reading

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