UConn's men trying to avoid losses, good or bad - GreenwichTime
In Georgetown, the Huskies are facing one of the best conference's hottest teams and one of its top players, though Freeman is nursing a sprained ankle. The Hoyas started just 1-4 in Big East play but haven't dropped a game since a Jan. 12 loss to Pittsburgh. Much of the team's success, as it has been in recent years, is due to its high shooting percentage, which is second nationally at 50 percent.
UConn men vs. Georgetown: UConn men Looking to move up in Big East - Courant.com
This game, while one of the biggest remaining challenges in a stretch run filled with them, is also a golden opportunity to start solidifying NCAA Tournament aspirations and securing a one- or two-game bye in the Big East tournament.
Journal Inquirer > UConn men: The way they were
Coach Jim Calhoun was screaming, stomping, and exasperated. Kemba Walker was energetic, joyful, and efficient. And Donnell Beverly was getting yelled at. Strike that last part … actually, Beverly was having one of his better games of the season as UConn buried Providence, 75-57, handing out five assists and playing tough defense against Big East top scorer Marshon Brooks of the Friars. But it just seems as if when things are going smoothly for the No. 13 Huskies (19-5, 7-5 Big East), Calhoun is yelling at Beverly. And when things aren’t going so smoothly, Calhoun is blaming Beverly.
ESPN admits Maya Moore cam had its shortcomings | NewsOK.com
An ESPN spokesman admitted Tuesday that using an isolated camera extensively on Connecticut star Maya Moore as part of a split-screen broadcast of ESPN2’s Oklahoma-UConn telecast Monday night had shortcomings.