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TheRoundUp 9/16: Run, run, run

Against UConn, Temple looking for 3-0 start | Philadelphia Daily News
Temple-Connecticut. There's some history involved.

UConn Receiver Dwayne Difton More Focused This Season -
"I had my head in the sky because of all the hype," Difton said.

Robbie Frey adds to UConn backfield stable - Big East Blog - ESPN
Junior Robbie Frey had a career day Saturday against Texas Southern, rushing 16 times for 117 yards and two touchdowns.

UConn Women's Dixon Giving It Her Best Shot -
Still, Dixon is the best-case scenario. She is the one with the experience, the speed and, most importantly, the most developed instinct for putting the ball into the hands of the team's scorers.

Big East predictions: Week 3 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Connecticut 23, Temple 14: Did you know Temple has won 11 of its past 13 regular-season games? This won't be an easy game for UConn on the road. But the Owls needed overtime to beat Central Michigan 13-10 last week, and they had to come up with 18 fourth-quarter points to squeak by Villanova in the opener. I still think the Huskies are one of the Big East's best teams, and if so, they should be able to survive this.

What to watch in the Big East: Week 3 - Big East Blog - ESPN
8. Pierce vs. Todman: The Temple-UConn game should be a showcase for good running backs. The Owls' Bernard Pierce ran for 1,361 yards and 16 touchdowns last year as a freshman, though he has yet to top 75 yards this season. The Huskies' Jordan Todman leads the Big East in rushing and is coming off a huge game against Texas Southern. Temple is allowing just 91 rushing yards per game so far this season.

Syracuse Sees UConn's SNY Deal And Raises It An Even Better One - Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician
Syracuse made their move official today, telling UConn anything you can do we can do better, adding a SNY deal to the one they already have with Time Warner.