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TheRoundUp 12/1: UConn may make changes to ticket sales

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Trevardo Williams making plays for UConn - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
For a guy who measures 6-foot-1 and 231 pounds, Williams might better be suited to play linebacker. But his 4.4 speed allows him to get after the quarterback in a hurry. What makes him even better this season is that Williams has improved his technique so much, he does not have to rely on his speed alone. Now it is all about film study and taking the right angles, along with hand placement and leverage.

Game Predictions-120111 - Big East Blog - ESPN
Cincinnati figured out it is better when Jordan Luallen is in the game, and Isaiah Pead is touching the ball as much as possible. Indeed, the battle on the ground is going to be huge in this one. The Huskies have held six of their 11 opponents below 100 yards and have held three teams to 20 yards or less. Cincinnati leads the nation in tackles for loss (8.5 per game).

Pendergast Plans Big Changes For Ticket Holders -
Expect UConn to employ a tiered price system for next season. That means, simply put, that each game will be priced based on its apparently public appeal. So you can expect to pay more to see Duke and Oklahoma, perhaps Baylor and Notre Dame, too, than you will Seton Hall and Marquette.

Jeff Jacobs: Former UConn QB Dan Orlovsky Gets Start For Colts Against Patriots -
Yet the Shelton kid who had everything to do with winning at UConn and, unfortunately, who has been tattooed with "0-16" in the NFL, knows this above all. He knows he wants to feel a nice deep bruise. He knows he wants some bones to ache. He wants to crawl of out of bed on Monday morning to the music of some very sore muscles.

UConn Baseball Releases 2012 Schedule - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
The spring season begins on February 17 as the Huskies take part in the BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge in St. Petersburg and Clearwater, Fla. against Indiana, Purdue and Ohio State. The challenge will be the first of five early season tournaments for UConn.

UConn women nearly triple Towson's score in rout- The Register Citizen
UConn hit 12 3-pointers in 21 attempts en route to a 92-31 victory over Towson before 7,307 at the XL Center, the smallest crowd for a UConn regular-season game since the Huskies began playing some of their home games in Hartford. The win extended the Huskies’ NCAA women’s basketball-record home winning streak to 90 games.

Doty Banged Up, But OK - Hartford Courant
"She is fine," said Auriemma. "She landed on her hip, then her shoulder, then her head. She has a headache, but by the end of the game she was fine. They just didn’t want to put her out there with all the noise and lights as a precaution."