TheRoundUp 10/22: The day after Endres

UConn at Louisville: Who has the edge? - Connecticut Post
The last two weeks have gone about as bad as possible for the Huskies -- an awful loss to Rutgers, a bye week and the loss of two offensive starters to off-field issues. The Cardinals, despite their tough loss to Cincinnati, are by comparison flying high. Edge: Louisville Prediction -- Louisville 28, UConn 24

Big East injury report - Big East Blog - ESPN
CONNECTICUT Out Robbie Frey, RB Leg Jimmy Bennett, OT Arm David Kenney, S Leg Kijuan Dabney, LB Head

Jim Calhoun Defends UConn Recruiting - UCONN | Men's Basketball
"We fought off some terrific, terrific schools. Roscoe Smith -- I thought that Georgetown and Duke were two pretty good people to beat out recruiting-wise. So there are enough people who trust us and believe in us."

UConn Huskies Women's Basketball Coach Geno Auriemma Says Other Teams Have Closed The Gap - Courant.com
"Listen, I know that I'm a lot of things to a lot of people, but more than anything else, I am a realist," Auriemma said. "People that have been around our program for a long time will tell you that when we have a good team coming into a season I will say so. I'll say, 'We're better than everyone else and we're not going to lose.' "But I've been watching practice and other than Bria Hartley and Stefanie Dolson, I'd be really surprised if any of the other freshmen has a real impact on our team this season."

Baylor hopes to end UConn women’s basketball winning streak - National College basketball | Examiner.com
One of the most interesting matchups in NCAA women’s college basketball this season comes in the first week as No. 1 Connecticut hosts No. 2 Baylor on November 16 in Hartford, Connecticut.

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