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TheRoundUp 8/26: Football's getting closer every day

Huskies seeking depth at linebacker - Norwich, CT - The Bulletin
After losing Lawrence Wilson, Scott Lutrus and Greg Lloyd to graduation and the NFL, there is plenty of uncertainty at the heart of the defense. Of the 10 linebackers listed on its training camp depth chart, there are four redshirt freshmen, four redshirt juniors, a redshirt sophomore and a senior.

UConn Football Coach Paul Pasqualoni Woos The Crowd At Middlesex County Breakfast - Hartford Courant
"Whichever quarterback we've got in the game or whoever we're playing at that time, we're going to have a package for each of them, and the idea is production," Pasqualoni said. "These quarterbacks have to be productive, the backs have to be productive, the tight ends have to be productive, the wide receivers have to be productive. When you've got the ball in your hand, No.1 you take care of it, and No. 2 you do something with it. I don't care really how you do it … do what you've got to do to be productive."

UConn Women's Basketball Team Concludes Play In Italy - Hartford Courant
The University of Connecticut women's basketball team wrapped up its four-game trip through Italy with a dominating 116-33 victory on Wednesday evening in Castellanza, Italy. The team played Germany's TDT Slammers in the first quarter and then squared-off against the Castellanza Select for the next three quarters. Tiffany Hayes led eight Huskies in double-figure scoring with 18 points.

8/25/2011 - Vols Home Basketball Game Vs. UConn Set For National CBS Telecast - Sports - Chattanoogan.com
Tennessee’s home basketball game against defending national champion UConn Jan. 21 has been selected for national telecast on CBS. Tipoff against the Huskies is set for 4 p.m. ET at Thompson-Boling Arena.

Men's Soccer vs. St. Francis Changed To Saturday at 1 p.m. - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
St. Francis finished the 2010 campaign with a 5-9-3 record including a 3-6-1 mark in the Northeast Conference. The Terriers are led offensively by junior midfielder Adam Maabdi who ended 2010 with 10 points on two goals and six assists. In goal, St. Francis returns just one player with experience in 2010. Junior Liam Burton saw action in two games last year but was never required to make a save.

Women's Soccer Earns First Victory With 3-0 Shutout Over Colgate - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
The Huskies maintained control of the ball the majority of the game as they outshot Colgate 24-7 with Colgate's goalkeeper Ashley Walsh recording six saves on the evening.