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TheRoundUp 11/10: Calhoun on Boatright: 'He Will Return'

UConn Notebook: Boatright Still In Flux -
Calhoun said the basketball office has not been involved in the review so far. The review involves some extra benefit Boatright may have received while playing AAU basketball in Chicago, reportedly a plane ticket. There could be a suspension involved. "He will return," Calhoun said. When, I don't know."

UConn walk-on Allen acting 'like he's been there before' - Connecticut Post
Now, Allen has the task of dissecting defenses as the Huskies' back-up point guard. With Ryan Boatright's NCAA review still incomplete, Allen, admittedly a natural two-guard, will assume the ball-handling duties if sophomore Shabazz Napier is on the bench.

Men's Basketball Set to Open the Season Friday vs. UConn on ESPNU -—Official Web Site of Columbia University Athletics
Columbia enters the season with one of the best backcourts in the Ivy League in senior Noruwa Agho and junior Brian Barbour. Agho led the Ivy League in scoring last year at 16.8 points per game and was the only Ivy player to finish in the top ten in points, rebounds (4.9/game, 10th) and assists (4.3/game, 5th).

Leading the way: CK star Calhoun signs NLI to UConn -
The 6-foot-5 Calhoun’s driven and hard-working nature has turned him into one of the nation's prospects. He is the 10th-ranked shooting guard in the nation by and led the CHSAA Class AA in scoring at 21 points per game last season.

UConn women's preview: Moore's graduation vastly changes team's makeup - GreenwichTime
"We're not even remotely the same team we were last year,'' head coach Geno Auriemma said. "And not having Maya has changed a lot of things. Obviously, we don't have the benefits of having somebody like that. But the other players are forced to do things that they would've never done if Maya was still here."

The UConn women's Basketball Freshmen: Kiah Stokes, Brianna Banks and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, How Will They Fare? -
There is no way to tell what will become of Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Brianna Banks or Stokes four years down the road. But while it's expected that KML might develop into the next great one, what greatness awaits Banks and Stokes will be just as interesting to chart.

UConn Women: Short-Handed In Exhibition Win Over Pace -
Ah, Wednesday was a little different; more like an obstacle course for the UConn women. If the rules allowed, the Huskies might have encased their squad in bubble wrap to keep them safe from additional injuries that could further complicate Sunday's opener against Holy Cross.