Monthly Archive for November, 2012

: November, 2012

Realignment’s effect on Recruiting

I plan to have a more in-depth assessment of this issue soon, but for now, take a look at comments from a few top 100 prospects. I asked each of them a simple question: How much does conference

Notes/Quotes from New Hampshire: “I’m not going to apologize for a win.”

UConn hit a funk Thursday evening and never snapped out. What ensued was an ugly (and I mean truly hideous) 61-53 victory over New Hampshire. As I wrote in my game column, UConn is fortunate it put up

UConn 61, New Hampshire 53

In an anemic offensive effort from both sides, unranked UConn made enough plays —barely — to hold off New Hampshire, 61-53, and avoid a major upset Thursday night at the XL Center. STAR OF GAME: Ryan

Halftime: UConn 25, New Hampshire 18

UConn entered halftime with a 25-18 lead on New Hampshire in a lackluster offensive performance from both teams. The Huskies made just 9-of-29 field goals (31 percent) while New Hampshire (24 percent)

Gameday and Live Updates: New Hampshire at UConn

WHEN: Today, 7 WHERE: XL Center RECORDS: UNH 2-3, UConn 5-1 ON THE AIR: SNY (Bob Picozzi, Tim Welsh) UP NEXT: vs. North Carolina State, Dec. 4, Madison Square Garden NEW HAMPSHIRE Jordon Bronner, G,

Jeremy Lamb sent to the NBA D-League

The Oklahoma City Thunder have sent rookie shooting guard Jeremy Lamb to its D-League affiliate, the Tulsa 66ers, according to a report in The Oklahoman Thursday. Lamb, a first team All-Big East

Notes/Quotes from Nov. 28: “Wherever we’re at, we’re going to be competing for conference titles.”

The buzz in Storrs Wednesday afternoon was conference realignment, not New Hampshire basketball. Hard to believe, I know. Still, we found some time to talk hoops before UConn (5-1 and unranked) hosts

Initial Reaction: Louisville to ACC

Well, can’t say we didn’t see this coming. News broke late Tuesday night that Louisville was one vote shy of gaining an ACC invite. Early Wednesday morning, it became official: Louisville will become

Report: Louisville one vote shy of ACC invite

Mark Blaudschun, formerly of the Boston Globe, tweeted Tuesday night that Louisville was one vote away from gaining approval to come to the ACC. Three-fourths of the ACC must vote in favor of the move

Tuesday’s conference realignment update

The Big East inched closer towards what it calls stability (and what others call irrelevance) Tuesday when it added Tulane for all sports and East Carolina for football, according to an ESPN report.