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TheRoundUp 9/28: Xavier Rathan-Mayes skips official visit to UConn

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The New Haven Register Blogs: UConn Men's Basketball Blog: Xavier Rathan-Mayes Skipped UConn Visit to Study for SAT's, His Dad Says
Asked if he believes his son is still considering UConn, Tharon said: "Absolutely, yeah. He plans on making his decision soon. He's been up to UConn already, so it's not like he hasn't visited the school. He said he just wants some time to think about it. He says he's gonna surprise us."

Journal Inquirer > Sports > Bulls not running at full strength
UConn quarterback Chandler Whitmer threw for 333 yards and three touchdowns in the loss to Western Michigan, but don’t expect another game with Whitmer throwing 46 times any time soon. UConn head coach Paul Pasqualoni wants balance in the offense more than the 2-to-1 pass ratio it had against Western Michigan.

UConn Hosts Buffalo: Buffalo hasn't fared well against UConn, but coach Jeff Quinn is trying to get the Bulls fired up for Saturday - Hartford Courant
The Bulls showed firepower in their first two games, scoring against a strong Georgia defense before beating Morgan State, 56-34. But quarterback Alex Zordich was 4-of-22 for 92 yards and the offense stalled with running back Branden Oliver out with a leg injury in the second half against Kent State.

UConn Vs. Buffalo: UConn Likely To Face Buffalo Without Bulls' Top Running Back - Hartford Courant
Oliver, the Bulls' top offensive player, had 84 yards on 23 carries in a 17-3 loss to UConn last season in Amherst, N.Y. If Oliver can't go, the Bulls will have to dig deep. They lost No. 2 running back James Potts to a season-ending knee injury. Junior Brandon Murie (12 carries, 50 yards) and true freshman Devin Campbell (6-23) are next in line.

Women's Ice Hockey Season Starts at Union - UCONNHUSKIES.COM - The Official Website of the University of Connecticut Huskies
A strong, experienced core of veterans and a large, talented crop of young players look to lead the University of Connecticut women’s ice hockey team and head coach Heather Linstad into the program’s 13th season.

Tina Charles Named 2012 WNBA MVP - UCONNHUSKIES.COM - The Official Website of the University of Connecticut Huskies
Charles, who has led the Connecticut Sun to the best record in the Eastern Conference at 25-9, led the league at 10.5 rebounds per game and was fifth at 18.0 points per contest.