Scott Brothers (or Bubblewrap Bros) help Denver to Final Four

If you’re familiar with area lacrosse, I assume you know of Colin and Aidan Scott. Colin, a 2009 graduate of Ridgefield High, was an All-American who scored 85 points as a senior (once upon a time, I

AAC needs multiple sites for men’s tournament

The American Athletic Conference spring meetings concluded Wednesday, and Memphis emerged as a favorite to host the 2014 men’s tournament, according to The Hartford Courant. A decision for the 2014

Purvis, Hamilton two big steps for Huskies

Ever since Jim Calhoun retired, ever since the conference situation went from “this could be trouble” to “well, that happened fast,” the most pressing question for UConn has been clear: Can Kevin

Do you really know your Boston versus New York sports?

You know the Curse of the Bambino, the Helmet Catch by David Tyree, the greatest comeback in sports history and the greatest cheesy movie in history. But something tells me you don’t have a full grasp

Matt Harvey latest CT native to get Sports Illustrated cover

Eighteen starts into his Major League career and Matt Harvey has already landed an SI cover. Dubbed “The Dark Knight of Gotham” by the magazine, Harvey is 4-0 this season with a league-leading 1.44

No one expects more from Harvey than Harvey

In the first Major League baseball game I’ve ever covered, I witnessed Matt Harvey dominate the White Sox in near-perfect fashion. As Harvey got closer and closer, I avoided tweets¬† like “Matt Harvey

Melo will shoot the Knicks into the next round…or shoot them to summer vacation

So Carmelo Anthony, the NBA’s scoring champion, is 35-for-110 in his last four games.¬† He’s missed 23 of his last 25 attempts from 3-point range. Understandably, he’s the subject of much criticism

Can’t compare Auriemma with legends of the men’s game

An eighth national championship for Geno Auriemma — this one by a record 33 points — only fuel the debate: Where does Auriemma rank against the all-time greats? Well, in his own sport, it ties him