TheRoundUp 2/11: It was a dark and stormy night

Johnnies keep up March, run UConn out of building - NYPOST.com
The Johnnies out-rebounded the taller Huskies, 43-33. They dominated them in the paint, 40-18. They whizzed past them on fast breaks, 27-2.

UConn Notebook: Offense Remains In A Funk - Hartford Courant
"This is not the end of the season for Connecticut," coach Jim Calhoun said. "We'll play our way in or play our way out [of the NCAA Tournament]." That puzzle will work itself out over the final seven games. The puzzle Calhoun is trying to immediately solve has to do with UConn's offense, again befuddled against a zone defense Thursday night in an 89-72 loss to St. John's.

Johnnies keep up March, run UConn out of building - NYPOST.com
The Johnnies out-rebounded the taller Huskies, 43-33. They dominated them in the paint, 40-18. They whizzed past them on fast breaks, 27-2.

UConn's Allen Becomes NBA's 3-Point King - Hartford Courant
For a guy who's been nothing but cool and collected from the moment he arrived at UConn 18 years ago, the record clearly touched Allen deeply. During the first stoppage of play after his second three-pointer, Allen walked to TNT's courtside table and embraced Miller, who was working the game as an analyst.

Calhoun: Allen's shot 'a thing of beauty' The Republican-American
"He had no trajectory on his shot," UConn coach Jim Calhoun said of the time Allen arrived at UConn from Dalzell, S.C., in 1993. "That trajectory, because of his legs and his work ethic, is now a classic thing of beauty. I'm so proud of him. We at UConn are very proud of him. I'd like to be able to share (the record) with him."

The Day - There are Dailey reminders everywhere | News from southeastern Connecticut
"People think recruiting is easy for us. Recruiting is harder for us than it is for anybody else," Auriemma said. "There's only five kids in America that can play for you, when you think about it. You can't just go to an AAU tournament and count 25 kids and go, 'Yeah, they're on our list.'"

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