TheRoundUp 2/22: Calhoun to meet with doctor today

UConn basketball: Calhoun Tells Courant He's Not 'Feeling A Lot Better' - Courant.com
Coach Jim Calhoun, who has been on medical leave since Feb. 3, said he will see his doctor Wednesday to evaluate his course of treatment. "We might make a decision then," Calhoun said Tuesday in a brief phone interview. "I can't say I'm feeling a lot better, I'm still in a lot of lower back pain, but we found the problem area and we seem to be moving in the right direction."

UConn Women: Huskies Hammer Panthers In 1st Game After St. John's loss - Courant.com
Poor Pittsburgh. Oh yes, poor Pittsburgh. The Panthers did what they could to hold the Huskies back, which really wasn't much after the first three minutes. Highly motivated to tighten its loose bolts, UConn roared to an 86-37 victory before a sparse crowd of 2,095 at the Petersen Athletic Center.

The Day - UConn women bounce back in big way | News from southeastern Connecticut
Connecticut began the game with a 29-4 run that included 10 straight points from Mosqueda-Lewis. Tiffany Hayes added 13 points for UConn.

Huskies Show Improvement In Shots From Perimeter - Courant.com
UConn's win Tuesday means it still hasn't lost consecutive games since 1993, when it lost in the Big East tournament and a first-round NCAA game against Louisville. That streak is now at 683 games. But the St. John's loss also ended a 173-game winning streak against unranked teams, dating to its loss at Arizona State on Dec. 21, 2004, an 18-game Senior Day winning streak, dating to 1993 and a 166-game streak in CPTV games, dating to a loss to Michigan State on Dec. 29, 1994.The 25 Greatest Sneakers in UConn Basketball History | Complex

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