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
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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
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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
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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.
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Polls: Most surprising stat? Who needs to step up?

Six games in, we’re becoming more familiar with this year’s UConn basketball squad. And our initial suspicions — elite backcourt, subpar frontcourt — have held true so far. Let’s take a look at some
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Updates: UConn and conference realignment

There’s nothing new (technically) on the conference realignment front, but there are quite a few rumors floating around on the web. The UConn camp has been tight-lipped about this whole thing. Check
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UConn drops out of polls

This isn’t a shocker, but UConn fell out of the national rankings following last Monday’s loss to New Mexico in the Paradise Jam championship. The Lobos, who remain unbeaten, cracked the poll at No.
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Notes/Quotes from Stony Brook: “I want to praise (Giffey) as much as possible, so make sure you write that in your articles, OK?”

Unfortunately, my article discusses the 3-point line, which will be key as UConn gets into the meat of its schedule. Looks like Kevin Ollie will have to settle for a blog post about Giffey. The
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