TheRoundUp 5/1: UConn assistant Miller may be candidate for Brown job

Michael Bradley is headed to Western Kentucky according to one report, but he says he has yet to decide.

GoLocalProv | Sports | Brown’s Search for Basketball Coach: The Short List
Glen Miller coached the Brown Bears from 1999 until 2006, during which time the team went 93-99, and he coached Penn after he left. Miller is currently an assistant coach at UConn, but he would love to come back to lead Brown.

UConn’s Bradley: "I’m still undecided." - UConn Basketball - Connecticut News
According to’s Jeff Borzello, he’s likely headed somewhere else. Borzello tweeted that Bradley’s transfer to Western Kentucky should become official by the end of the week. Bradley insisted he’s "still undecided," and said he would have an announcement right after finals exams, which conclude Saturday.

Remaining UConn players want Calhoun to return - NewsTimes
"Everyone understands that their back is to the wall," Napier said. "And when your back is to the wall, the best thing you can do is fight with the person beside you. Some people just turned and ran, but that's on them."

Kemba Walker Back On UConn Campus -
The defining moment of the season came against Washington on Jan. 28, when Walker had 20 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. "It was a pretty good year for me, individually," he said. "The triple-double I had was probably the game where [I knew I belonged] — a good, all-around game."

UConn's Kashif Moore, Mike Ryan In NFL Together — For Now -
The three-year deals are locked in only if the players make the final roster. The players can be cut at any time after mini-camps, which start May 10, and the contract is voided. Moore did receive a signing bonus of $5,000, which he'll get regardless of what happens.

From UConn to KU to Atlanta: Frey signs with Falcons as free agent
Frey will compete for a spot in an Atlanta backfield that includes Michael Turner, Jacquizz Rodgers and Jason Snelling.

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