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TheRoundUp 4/7: Reading championship stories never gets old

The Day - UConn men's team to be honored with parade in Hartford | News from southeastern Connecticut
The UConn men's basketball team will be honored with a victory parade in downtown Hartford on Sunday, April 17, beginning at 3 p.m.

Classic Calhoun cements his legend - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN
"He's one of the greatest coaches that ever was," said UConn assistant George Blaney, who has served under Calhoun for the past 10 seasons. "He was before he won this third title, but this third title just validates everything. The wins, the titles -- there's no issue about it. He's one of the all-time greats."

Counting down the top 10 moments -
6. Title game guards: Connecticut’s Kemba Walker and Butler’s Shelvin Mack knocked down too many big shots throughout the tournament – we could make a top 10 of plays by just Walker and Mack.

 The Day - UConn's Moore invited to WNBA draft | News from southeastern Connecticut
UConn's Maya Moore is among 15 players who have been invited to next Monday's WNBA draft at ESPN studios in Bristol. ESPN will broadcast the first round at 3 p.m., and ESPNU and NBA TV will telecast the second and third rounds.  

UConn's Andrew Opoku Making An Impact At Linebacker -
The Huskies have been practicing with a solid first team that includes junior head hunter Sio Moore, who had 110 tackles while starting nine of 13 games. Jerome Williams, another junior and solid run-stuffer, is next to him as well as redshirt freshman Yawin Smallwood. Junior Jory Johnson provides experience and depth behind them. None have the potential of Opoku.