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UConn Talks With Michael Bradley About Giving Up Scholarship - Hartford Courant
However, a school source told The Courant that that wasn't the only option being explored. It's possible that Enosch Wolf, who is on campus, could return to Germany to play. This could be an option for Niels Giffey, who is also from Germany. Wolf, a 7-1 center, appeared in seven games last season; Giffey appeared in 41, starting 10.

It's OK Andre Drummond forced a teammate out of a scholarship, right? - Searching for Billy Edelin
The justification of stealing from the average and giving to the elite is easy: "this is what's best for the team." It most certainly is, but it's also sort of a pathetic way to circumvent a rule and a penalty. It also probably made Michael Bradley just a little less cool on campus, and maybe forced a family living in a Hartford suburb to consider a more financially responsible college option for their child.

UConn ready to move forward with Pasqualoni - The Boston Globe
Pasqualoni will have some heavy lifting to do to keep the Huskies as a force in the Big East. Many preseason projections had them as low as seventh in the eight-team conference.

Journal Inquirer > Sports > UConn football: 'Three to get ready'
That, however, doesn’t mean that player will finish the game. The backup might not finish the game either. That could fall to the backup’s backup Got that? No? Neither does anyone else.

Shoemate, McEntee cross country to fulfill dream - San Jose Mercury News
"My first impression when I saw him was that he passed the look test," Pasqualoni said. "We had some discussions in the spring and I thought that D.J. went through the spring and had a very focused spring on the details that are required to play the position. And the number-one detail is taking care of the football."

No. 4 UConn downs No. 20 Stanford - NCAA.com
Four different Huskies scored and Jestine Angelini tallied four points to lead No. 4 Connecticut past No. 20 Stanford on Monday afternoon at the George J. Sherman Family Sports Complex in Storrs. With the win, the Huskies improve to 2-0 while the Cardinal slip to a level 1-1.