UConn Football Spring Practice: What We've Learned About Recruiting - Courant.com
Pasqualoni and his staff expect to change the recruiting game. They allow high school coaches more access and enable them to see how a coach who just left the NFL operates. A byproduct of that is keeping the state's top prospects at home. That's the hope.
What We've Learned At Spring Practice: QB Spot Still Up In Air - Courant.com
We're not quite sure who it's going to be, but it will likely be an improvement over Zach Frazer because Johnny McEntee, a senior, Mike Box, a redshirt sophomore, Scott McCummings, a redshirt freshman and Michael Nebrich, a true freshman, can all throw the ball, all are fairly accurate, and all have made their marks as leaders.
UConn's Young Receivers Making Veterans Take Notice - Courant.com
"I think we have the most talent we've ever had here with the younger guys," Moore said. "You can just see on the practice field they make plays. And they're hungry."
UConn's recruiting benefits from national title may not show up soon - Connecticut Post
Until then, the Huskies are apparently still in the hunt for one of the top unsigned prospects in the class of 2011, 6-foot-3 shooting guard Trevor Lacey of Huntsville, Ala. A two-time Mr. Basketball in the state of Alabama and the 34th-best player in the country according to rivals.com, Lacey is reportedly choosing between Alabama, Auburn, Kentucky, UConn and Kansas.
Former UConn Star Jeff Adrien Earns Award As D-League 'Impact' Player - UCONN | Men's Basketball
Rio Grande Valley Vipers forward Jeff Adrien, currently of the Golden State Warriors, was named the NBA Development League's Impact Player of the Year.
Businesses save UConn championship parade
"We've had businesses large and small from large corporations to small heating and air conditioning businesses that called and said, 'Hey Mike we want to support the parade. We need to make sure that this happens on Sunday."
Hartford Courant Photography: Photo blog, Courant photo gallery
Another great Courant photo gallery.