UConn's Todman, Reyes explore NFL status - Big East Blog - ESPN
Running back Jordan Todman and defensive lineman Kendall Reyes are each exploring their NFL draft stock while deciding whether to come back for their senior seasons.
Edsall says after building UConn, he wants to stay
He refused to say whether he interviewed anywhere else, but said he is happy in his 12th year at UConn.
UConn women stay No. 1
It is the 49th straight week they topped the poll and 150th time in school history that UConn has been the No. 1 team.
Rebecca Lobo says the UConn women will lose, she just doesn't know when | masslive.com
"I thought they would lose to Baylor, to be honest. The Ohio State game will be very close. And I think within women's basketball, most people think they'll lose at Stanford Dec. 30. It's at Stanford, against a team with a lot of experience.''
Who Says The UConn Women Don't Play Anybody? - UConn Women's Basketball, Connecticut Sun & WNBA Blog
During their 88-game streak, the UCLA men beat 10 ranked teams; if the UConn women beat Ohio St., they will have beaten 27 ranked teams in an identical 88-game span.
The Day - Moore is Big East player of week | News from southeastern Connecticut
UConn's Maya Moore was named Big East Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week on Monday for the second time this season and the sixth time in her career, following her 31-point effort in Thursday's victory over Marquette.
Jamie Dixon Thrilled UConn Is Participating In Maggie Dixon Classic - Hartford Courant
"Coaches and programs are judged by our opponents and how we match up against our peers, our leagues and our divisions," Jamie Dixon said. "You can only compare yourself against those you play and what UConn has done is unprecedented. It's remarkable, really. There's not many times a coach uses the word impossible, but something like [the winning streak] has only happened once before and this is as close as you can get to that.
UCONN WOMEN: Huskies are on the verge of historical win - The Middletown Press : Serving Middletown, CT
"Obviously, we have a chance to do something that is pretty significant in terms of the basketball world," UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. "There are a lot of different ways to view it, but the basketball world views that as a very significant number. "