Monthly Archive for January, 2012

: January, 2012

Source: Boatright Back, No Suspension

Ryan Boatright’s second NCAA review won’t result in a suspension. A source told Hearst Connecticut Saturday afternoon that the freshman guard had been reinstated with no penalty and will be eligible

Notes/Quotes from Jan. 27: No resolution on Boatright

The NCAA office closes in eight minutes (I’m typing this at 4:52) and there has been no official word on Ryan Boatright’s eligibility. Coach Jim Calhoun said that people on UConn’s end, particularly

Patterson, Corley entering Huskies of Honor

The Huskies of Honor wall at Gampel Pavilion is getting two additions. Former UConn men’s stars Worthington “Worthy” Patterson and Bill Corley will be inducted prior to the Huskies’ Feb. 15 game

UConn Will Wear Nike Platinum Uniforms Sunday

The UConn men’s basketball team will become the first program in the country to wear these awesome new platinum uniforms, which were introduced by Nike to a number of teams. The 24th-ranked Huskies

Calhoun Launches Autism Event

Press release from the UConn athletic department: Coach Jim Calhoun has launched a new event, “The Jim Calhoun CardioRaiser – Workout for Autism Speaks,” presented by Farmington Bank, to help raise

Does UConn deserve to be ranked?

Polls came out this afternoon and UConn took quite a tumble, but didn’t fall out of the top 25. The Huskies, now 14-5 after losing at home versus Cincinnati and at Tennessee, dropped eight spots to

Alex Oriakhi’s New Role

I didn’t make the trip down to Tennessee, but like the rest of you, I watched the game in the comfort of my own home and devoured an entire Papa John’s pizza. My take isn’t anything different than

Live Chat: UConn at Tennessee

Live Chat: UConn at Tennessee

UConn receives anonymous gifts for basketball facility

UConn basketball is one step closer to building a new practice facility, a long-anticipated project that interim AD Paul Pendergast hopes to have completed by late 2013 or early 2014. The University

Grading the Huskies Versus Cincinnati

Shabazz Napier gets an A. The rest of the team, collectively, probably doesn’t deserve anything better than a D. So, for the game, UConn gets a C-. It wasn’t the Huskies’ worst game of the year (that