UConn men post 11 percent graduation success rate

The NCAA released graduation success rate data Thursday and the UConn men’s basketball team recorded an 11 percent, the worst mark among all men’s basketball teams in BCS conferences. The national
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Notes/Quotes Oct. 24: Wolf out, Allen awarded scholarship

Junior center Enosch Wolf suffered a concussion during practice last Friday, the third head injury of his collegiate career. Wolf, the team’s only true center, is expected to be ready for the Nov. 9
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Wolf out indefinitely with concussion

Junior center Enosch Wolf is out indefinitely with a concussion, the UConn athletic department announced Wednesday morning. The 7-foot-1 center tweeted that the concussion, suffered during practice,
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ConnCast: Predictions for 2012-13

The ConnCast has made a triumphant return. After a month off, News-Times writer Chris Brodeur and I hit the airwaves with a two-part edition of our UConn basketball podcast. We address quite a few
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Report: UConn urges Morgan High to change Husky logo

An interesting tidbit of news came across the web last night: UConn, the state university and national basketball powerhouse, has a problem with the Husky logo used by Morgan high school, located in
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Five Questions for UConn’s Season

UConn is less than three weeks away from its opener against Michigan State, which means we’re rapidly approaching one of the most fascinating seasons in program history: A new coach, already beloved
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Recruiting Roundup: October 19

There have been some significant changes since we last checked on UConn’s 2013 recruiting. For one, top target Xavier Rathan Mayes chose Florida State over UConn and Illinois. The Huskies have two
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More Notes/Quotes from Big East Media Day: “I hate using the whistle!”

A very raspy Kevin Ollie addressed the media Wednesday, his voice suggesting either illness or overuse. Or both. UConn has run four “very long” practices, in the words of Ryan Boatright, and Ollie has
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