TheRoundUp 2/28: Entering the home stretch

Kemba Walker's Minutes, And His Help - UCONN | Men's Basketball
The point is that, with two games remaining, UConn is still searching for the right balance.

UConn Freshmen Step Up In Victory At Cincinnati - UCONN | Men's Basketball
Calhoun started his press conference by saying, "Given the week that I, personally, had emotionally with my family, I couldn't have gotten a better present from my young players, in particular, to finally - not finally, we've won 21 games - but tonight to re-emerge."

Extra Tidbits From the UConn at Cincinnati Game -
UConn trailed just once, 33-32, but responded with a 12-2 run. "We just wanted to lock down on defense, play D and rebound," Lamb said.

UConn women to honor Maya Moore before game against Syracuse - The Middletown Press : Serving Middletown, CT
The losses Dixon referred to were to Rutgers and against Stanford in the national semifinals as freshman, and at Stanford on Dec. 30 this season. Along the way, there have been 142 victories, including an NCAA basketball record 90 in a row, four straight Big East regular-season titles, and a chance at a fourth conference tournament championship.

The Day - Senior night to celebrate Moore, Dixon, the best of friends | News from southeastern Connecticut
"It's funny how it is with seniors," Auriemma said. "They either panic and fall apart because the shouting's over, the cheering's over, or in Lorin's case, this has been the best two weeks of practice since she's been here. I've never seen her practice the way she's practiced. Everything gets done the right way."

Local roundup: Nappo, UConn cruise to shutout victory - Norwich, CT - Norwich Bulletin
Greg Nappo struck out seven batters in six innings of work and the UConn baseball team shut out Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 7-0, on Sunday in the finale of the College Classic.

Massachusetts native Jordan Todman hopes to impress at NFL combine - ESPN Boston
"We weighed in yesterday, and I was 203 [pounds]. Just now, I went on the bench [press] and did 25 reps [of 225 pounds]," Todman said. "So I feel like I can withstand the pounding. Being able to carry the ball over 300 times last year can speak for my small frame.

Todman still hoping to turn heads - The Boston Globe
During workouts yesterday, Todman posted times of 4.44 and 4.45 seconds in the 40-yard dash — one of the faster times among the crop of running backs at the combine this year. His vertical jump of 38 inches was third-best among running backs.

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