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TheRoundUp 3/4: Walker to be honored on Senior Day

UConn notebook: Walker, a junior, to be honored with Husky seniors - StamfordAdvocate
UConn guard Kemba Walker, a junior who is almost certain to leave following this season for the NBA, will be honored at Senior Day on Saturday at Gampel Pavilion.

UConn Men Don't Want To Say Bye To A Bye - Hartford Courant
Of being able to earn a bye for the Big East tournament, Walker said, "It's very important. But if not, we just have to bring it. It's a tough league. You never know what going to happen on a given night."

The Day - UConn men's notes: Kemba piling up the minutes | News from southeastern Connecticut
Walker is in the midst of a grueling stretch. In the last 13 games, including one overtime and one double-overtime game, he's averaging 39.7 minutes. He played all 40 minutes of Wednesday's 65-56 loss at West Virginia.

Notre Dame hopes to remain hot against UConn Saturday - StamfordAdvocate
It won't be the easiest task for Notre Dame, which went 17-0 at home this season, to match its performance Monday. The Irish are a relatively average 4-4 on the road this season and, in 11 seasons under Brey, Notre Dame has never won a game at UConn.

The Day - Hayes rises to meet great expectations for UConn | News from southeastern Connecticut
On Thursday, Hayes was named to the 11-member All-Big East first team, along with Moore. It was the fourth selection for Moore, a senior who is expected to be named today as the league's player of the year for the third time in her career.

Under Current Bowl System, Red Ink Part Of The Game - Hartford Courant
"The whole BCS structure is very complicated and difficult and very political and very much about who controls the money," Harrison said Thursday. "You could straighten things out considerably if there was more NCAA control of bowl games. You get into these big bowl games, BCS games, and really the only programs that are making money are the ones with the great tradition and probably Notre Dame."