UConn rolls past UMass-Lowell, 100-62

HARTFORD — A few weeks back, Kevin Ollie promised a West Coast meets East Coast approach, a high-tempo transition game coupled with the physicality of Big East ball. “I grew up with Showtime,” said
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Recruiting Roundup: November 3

UConn has secured verbal commitments from Kentan Facey and Terrence Samuel, but the rest of 2013 class remains a mystery. The Huskies will be looking to fill at least two more spots in the class.
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Notes/Quotes from AIC: (silence)

This is only my second year on the UConn beat, but in those 34 games last season, I became accustomed to Jim Calhoun press conferences. Win or lose, they all played out the same way: Calhoun would
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Live Updates: UConn preseason vs. AIC

Follow Kevin Duffy, Hearst Connecticut’s UConn men’s basketball beat writer as Tweets live from Thursday’s exhibition opener vs. AIC.
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Notes/Quotes from Halloween: Wolf out for Thursday’s exhibition

Some noteworthy items from the eve of Kevin Ollie’s first game as UConn coach: *Enosch Wolf (concussion) will not be available for Thursday’s exhibition against AIC. He participated in non-contact
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NCAA adopts tougher, more efficient enforcement

The NCAA adopted an “overhauled enforcement structure” Tuesday that will increase penalties for egregious violations and speed up the investigation process. Here are the details from the NCAA:
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Long Beach forward Bell will visit this weekend

Jordan Bell, one of the nation’s top uncommitted power forwards, will take an official visit to UConn this upcoming weekend. Bell has narrowed his college choices to Auburn, Oregon and UConn. He’s
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UConn in the NBA: Lamb to OKC, Drummond flourishing

Before he could settle (or play a regular season game) in Houston, Jeremy Lamb was shipped 450 miles north. Dealt from Houston to Oklahoma City in last weekend’s blockbuster trade, Lamb becomes one of
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