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TheRoundUp 12/3: BCS or bust

Randy's getting ready to use that invisible dynamite on the BCS.
Randy's getting ready to use that invisible dynamite on the BCS.

Reyes leading UConn defensive charge - Big East Blog - ESPN
"Kendall has really stepped it up and is playing very, very well," head coach Randy Edsall said. "He’s playing well and he’s being a tremendous leader. He’s creating havoc there in the middle."

Walk-on Bobby Eveld unfazed by pressure - Big East Blog - ESPN
South Florida's Bobby Eveld is a true freshman walk-on quarterback who just beat Miami and who might make his first career start Saturday against Connecticut in a game to decide the Big East champion. He sounds as excited about all that as a guy getting ready to file his taxes.

 UConn DT Martin Out For South Florida Game -
Defensive tackle Twyon Martin, a main cog on UConn's emerging line, is injured and won't play against South Florida on Saturday. Senior linebacker Scott Lutrus (hand) is listed as probable and left tackle Mike Ryan (leg) is questionable. 

The Orange Bowl, The Fiesta Bowl - Where Do They Stand? -  Hartford Courant
Despite reports to the contrary, an official from the Orange Bowl said Wednesday the Big East champion still "would be in [the] mix" to play in the game, which takes place Jan. 3 in Miami. 

Basketball after the jump.

The Day - Calhoun wants Huskies to keep up the hard work | News from southeastern Connecticut
The seventh-ranked Huskies (6-0) looked nothing like the hardest-working team in the country, a motto Calhoun is attempting to get his team to buy into, in Tuesday's win over New Hampshire.

Calhoun Upset With UConn's Effort -
Calhoun is leaning toward starting Roscoe Smith. Judging by Calhoun's comments, Smith will be at small forward in place of Niels Giffey

UConn Players Weigh In On New Hampshire Game - UCONN | Men's Basketball
Some thoughts/reactions from Shabazz Napier, Kemba Walker and Alex Oriakhi.

UConn Routs South Florida -
Connecticut, the two-time defending national champions never trailed, scoring the first 12 points of the game and building a 22-2 lead before South Florida (5-3, 0-1) finally made its first field goal with just more than nine minutes left in the opening half.