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Once upon a time, Kevin Ollie, the handpicked heir apparent to Jim Calhoun, who himself tu
Breaking news today out of Storrs, CT as the Huskies have fired head men's basketball coach, Kevin Ollie.
According to a statement from the school, Ollie was terminated "for just cause." While no additional details were given,
The University of Connecticut said in a statement this morning that the NCAA is investigating its men's basketball program. "We are working closely with the NCAA's enforcement division as they conduct this inquiry," the statement said.
The University of Connecticut said in a statement this morning that the NCAA is investigating its men's basketball program.
"We are working closely with the NCAA's enforcement division as they conduct this inquiry," the statement said.
It was bound to happen. I've been to Las Vegas with my man Champ MC enough times to know that long winning streaks, especially an 111-game winning streak, will eventually come to an end. The odds dont stick with anybody forever. No matter how dope
The UCONN women's basketball team won its 106th straight game and advanced to the Finals of the American Athletic Conference tournament for the fourth year in a row on Sunday. The score is irrelevant. It was a lot to a little as usual. The Huskies
Geno Auriemma's No. 1 UConn women's basketball team can now say they've relished in the same victorious feeling 100 consecutive times after recording a win against No. 6 South Carolina last night.
The dominance that the Huskies have enjoyed
It was 1999.
I was a young reporter covering an early season tournament, which included a rising juggernaut program in college basketball, the UConn Huskies featuring a brash and charismatic head coach named Geno Auriemma and a slick, hard-n
The Connecticut Huskies womens basketball team and head coach Geno Auriemma have re-defined total dominance in college athletics. The squads 80-51 spanking of Oregon State in the Final Four was UConns 74th straight win, 23rd consecutive win in the
For three years, the specter of Kemba Walker hovered over Shabazz Napier with his disembodied voice being projected through media scribes. I joked throughout the tournament that it reminded me of fictional Washington Huskies Antoine and Kenny Tyler