UConn may not have a chance to play in next year's Big East Tournament.
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Connecticut Huskies facing Big East tournament ban, too - ESPN
Big East presidents have agreed on a policy that would bar Connecticut's men's basketball team from next season's conference tournament if the Huskies are disqualified from the 2013 NCAA tournament.
UConn Football: Offensive Line Now On George DeLeone's Watch - Hartford Courant
While the Huskies employed a new system with a new coaching staff it was a work in progress all the way around. It's still a work in progress with new pieces, but it all starts up front. The offensive line has to be right for the run and pass game to be effective, and that's where DeLeone has pointed his focus. Longtime line coach Mike Foley, who worked with DeLeone a lot last season, has moved to coach the tight ends.UConn-Notre Dame's Previous Three Meetnigs In 2011-12 Season - Hartford Courant
Chris Dailey: Geno Auriemma's Assistant Coach Keeps UConn Women's Basketball Team Running - Courant.com
For 27 seasons, Dailey, 52, has played the foil to the great comedian. Geno plays it spontaneous. Dailey plays it straight. Anything goes with Geno, nothing escapes CD. Players do not wear nail polish on the court, tattoos are covered, et al.
UConn signees Tuck and Stewart have their night in McDonald's All-American Game | Mens Basketball | Bradenton Herald
With a two-point game winding down to the final minutes Wednesday night, Bolingbrook, Ill.'s Morgan Tuck lined up next to national player of the year Breanna Stewart to rebound a free throw. The steely face Tuck usually reserves for opponents was nowhere to be found. Instead, the pair leaned in for a quick chat and a laugh. They knew no matter who won the McDonald's All-American Game at the United Center, they would soon be conspiring together at Connecticut.
SEC clarifies Oriakhi transfer rules
In other words, as long as the league allows it, Oriakhi could transfer to an SEC school and play if he simply enrolls in an academic track not offered by UConn.