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TheRoundUp 11/22: Aloha from Maui, Aloha Enosch Wolf?

German center likely won't join Huskies this season - The Middletown Press : Serving Middletown, CT
UConn’s coaching staff is apparently disappointed that Wolf has put on about 30 pounds since April and his conditioning isn’t very good right now. Wolf has also been battling an injury to his left knee for the past few weeks.

The Day - Huskies open play at Maui Invite today | News from southeastern Connecticut
Ready or not, here comes a significant upgrade in competition for the UConn basketball team.

Maui Invitational: Facts And Figures - CTnow
Indeed, this trip is more business than pleasure for the Huskies, who open college basketball's elite early-season tournament Monday against Wichita State. With expectations low and the potential of key players unknown even to coaches at this point, UConn (2-0) will soon have an important body of work to draw on — three games in three days, a needed test of ability and character for a team with six freshmen.

UConn's Jim Calhoun favors Michigan State in Maui Invitational | | Detroit Free Press
"Obviously, MSU should win it going away," Calhoun said during a tournament news conference Sunday. "Tommy's got the best team I've seen in 10-20 years." Michigan State coach Tom Izzo laughed about the comment, saying Calhoun must have been "drinking the Hawaiian hoochie or something."

UConn football heating up for stretch run - StamfordAdvocate
His team has been in the same position before -- counted out by many, left for dead by others -- but UConn football coach Randy Edsall doesn't exactly prefer taking the long way to Big East success.

What we learned in the Big East: Week 12 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Randy Edsall looked like he had a fiasco on his hands after his team started 0-2 in conference play and got shut out at Louisville after a suspension and dismissal of his starting quarterback. Edsall somehow has righted this ship, and UConn might yet win the league.

UConn Soccer Team Ousted In Penalty Kicks - CTnow
About 20 minutes after UConn's 2010 campaign ended Sunday in a penalty kicks defeat to Brown in the second round of the NCAA tournament, coach Ray Reid made no effort to hide the Huskies' disappointment.

Moore's Homecoming Triumphant With UConn Win Over Yellow Jackets - Swish Appeal
Connecticut extended its win streak to 81 games with a 71-51 road victory, tying the longest winning streak at the college level for women’s basketball.