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TheRoundUp 12/10: It's football awards time

Todman Named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
Jordan Todman (North Dartmouth, Mass.) was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Year for 2010 and UConn head coach Randy Edsall was named Big East Coach of the Year as announced by the Big East.

Todman Named Walter Camp Second Team All-American - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
Todman finished the regular season ranked second nationally in rushing, averaging 143.1 yards per game.

Making BCS bowl won't exactly be a windfall for UConn - StamfordAdvocate
As the Big East's BCS rep, UConn is in line to receive $2 million plus travel expenses from the league. Its total bowl revenue check, according to multiple sources, is likely to be much closer to $3 million.

Fiesta Bowl Headquarters -
The Courant has a new page up focusing on the Fiesta Bowl -- it's a nice info hub, check it out.

The Day - Unpredictable Napier keeps Huskies on their toes
One moment Napier will make the UConn coaching staff angry with his antics and the next have them smiling about an entertaining play.

The Associated Press: UConn wins 87th straight, 79-47 over Marquette
Maya Moore scored a season-high 31 points and Connecticut pulled within a game of UCLA's record 88-game winning streak with a 79-47 victory over Marquette on Thursday night.