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TheRoundUp: It's tournament time

Journal Inquirer > Sports > UConn men: Kemba’s time
It’s not as if Bryan Cohen is jumping right off the turnip truck and trying to guard Kemba Walker in the NCAA Tournament. As the two-time Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year, not to mention growing up in the heart of Philadelphia, the 6-foot-5 Bucknell junior has had plenty of practice trying to check smaller, quicker, and far more athletic guards than himself.

Jim Calhoun has UConn in right place: a tournament -
The Huskies (26-9) have won both tournaments they played in, sandwiching a regular season that included ups and downs and doubts about where the team was headed — but never from within. UConn expected to win three games in Maui. The Huskies expected to win five games in New York. And now they expect to advance to Houston for the Final Four.

Bucknell and UConn meet in West Regional affair -
Bucknell, which opened the season with six defeats through the first eight games, with the two victories coming against the likes of Binghamton and Presbyterian, then hit its stride with a run of 13 wins in 14 games. After a loss to Army at the end of January by 20 points, the Bison again ripped off a 10-game win streak which included victories over the Black Knights, Lehigh and Lafayette in the Patriot League Tournament in order to earn the automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament.

Blumenthal wants UConn game moved from cable to CBS - The Middletown Press : Serving Middletown, CT
The NCAA tournament game between the Huskies and Bucknell University is set to start at 7:20 p.m. TNT is available to cable and satellite subscribers. Broadcasting the game on TNT would mean that at least 150,000 households in Connecticut would not be able to see the game, Courtney said.

Pitt, UConn, Cincinnati primed for NCAA tournament after surviving Big East schedule - Washington Times
Or, as Anthony put it: "What makes the Big East great is not the top, it’s the totality. And I think that’s what’s been interesting but it’s also what sets them up to be disappointing to a lot of people: When they get in the tournament because they expect these teams to overwhelm you, and they’re not those types of teams."

UConn freshmen studied under Hartford coach -
She also coached Huskies Maya Moore, Bria Hartley and Stefanie Dolson before they came to Connecticut, when they were part of USA Basketball's U18 squad.