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The Calometer made it on to ESPN.com...sorta


So I was reading through ESPN Insider's Rumors in College Basketball.  Stumbled across a little piece about Enosch Wolf.  The piece goes on to explain how Wolf will probably replace Mandeldove and how not much is known about the guy except for the fact that he chose UConn over Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Boston College and Oklahoma.

"Wolf has a decent shot at a starting job this season, assuming he can adjust to Big East banging. Neither Ater Majok (Sudan via Australia) or Charles Okwandu (Nigeria) has been able to make that leap yet. With the addition of 6-foot-10 freshman Michael Bradley (Chattanoogastan), the Huskies have definitively cornered the market on big men who would rather not be in the paint."

The bold part is where ESPN links to UConnBlog Justin's article the about all the transfers in UConns history.  Never thought I'd see an ESPN piece linking to the UConn Blog.

Here's the link if any of you have ESPN Insider: http://insider.espn.go.com/ncb/features/rumors

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