TheRoundUp 9/1: Almost there

The Day - Lloyd is UConn's man in the middle again | News from southeastern Connecticut
Thanks to some good old-fashioned values - hard work and determination - Lloyd is a major player for UConn again, despite being only 10 months removed from major surgery to repair the torn anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his left knee.

Frazer looking forward to season opener in Michigan
In many ways, he’s already proven himself as a viable BCS quarterback. But on Saturday, he’ll get a unique opportunity to revalidate himself. Coming out of Mechanicsburg (Pa.) High, where USA Today ranked him the 12th-best recruit in the country, Frazer’s top two college choices were Notre Dame and Michigan.

Not just an opener at The Big House- The New Haven Register - Serving New Haven, Connecticut
UConn has never had an opening game like this and certainly not one that can set the tenor for an entire season as this can. UConn is trying to build a football tradition on the fly, and much like the Huskies’ win at Notre Dame at the tail end of 2009, Saturday’s game grabs the type of national attention to which the program aspires.

Breaking down the Wolverines, position-by-position - The Detroit News

University of Connecticut Official Athletic Site - UConn Huskies
You can check out the full half-hour video of Randy Edsall's press conference yesterday.

Tina Charles of Connecticut Sun is unanimous pick as WNBA rookie of the year - ESPN
Tina Charles has added WNBA rookie of the year to her impressive list of 2010 accomplishments.

UConn's Doty has successful knee surgery The Republican-American
UConn junior guard Caroline Doty underwent successful surgery to repair the torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee Tuesday at the UConn Health Center in Farmington, and according to her father, she will be back in the training room by Thursday.

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