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TheRoundUp 1/10: Coaching search continues

Source: Hathaway, Penn State DC Tom Bradley In Dallas Today - UConn Huskies Football Blog | Hartford Courant | Desmond Conner
There will be no announcement of a new coach today and unlikely tomorrow. After that? I don't know but I'll bet this is done by the end of the week.

Keeler not interested in UConn | | The News Journal
The University of Connecticut's search for a new football coach will continue with Delaware's K.C. Keeler out of the picture.

Rush The Court " Blog Archive " BGTD: Late Afternoon Analysis
Fast forward a few days to today against a Texas team that came in to the game ranked 3rd in the nation in rebounds and one that was expected to dominate the Huskies on the inside with Jordan Hamilton, Tristan Thompson, and Gary Johnson. Instead of getting dominated on the inside, Oriakhi turned in by far his best game since Maui and nearly matched the Longhorn trio in rebound total (22 to 21).

UConn's Napier Makes Hands-On Contribution -
UConn's 82-81 victory over Texas Saturday at the Erwin Center ended with a UConn guard making a really nice play. We're not talking about Kemba Walker's spectacular pull-up jumper with 5.1 seconds remaining in overtime. We're talking about Shabazz Napier slapping the ball out of Cory Joseph's hands just before time expired.

UConn Women Enjoy Close Games -
If the Huskies enjoy the fight, no player enjoys the process more than sophomore Kelly Faris. She is UConn's symbol of toughness, a player who refuses to give in to injury, illness or failure, all of which she has experienced this season.

UConn Women's Notebook: Faris seals the win - Hartford Courant
"It was one of those plays where there are a couple of different options," Moore said. "I was going to come off of a curl, but the defense jumped out a little and Kelly [Faris] was open and Bria Hartley found her. It [the pass] was right on target to Kelly and she finished the play." Faris' layup with 14 seconds left gave UConn a 77-76 lead.