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The Fast Break - October 12, 2020

All the UConn sports news you need to know.

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Weekly Rewind

The latest UConn athletics news


U Gotta See This

Video recommendations

  • A lot of fresh faces wearing fresh threads:
  • Andre Jackson is ready to rock ALL the rims:

UConn, Great Pic

Photos of UConn’s finest

  • Locker rooms never had it so good:


Coach’s Corner

Find out what the UConn coaches are up to on and off the court

  • It couldn’t have gone much better than that:

Big League Buzz

Catch up on former UConn players working across the sports world


Winning Is Everything

Celebrating special achievements by beloved Huskies

The WNBA Wubble experiment came to a close this week with the Seattle Storm sweeping the Las Vegas Aces to win their 4th title in franchise history. Led by Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart, the Storm cut down the nets for the first since 2018 and showed the world that UConn Huskies still run the WNBA! Morgan Tuck got in on the action as well, winning her first WNBA title after getting traded to the Storm in the offseason.

Relive the top moments from the Storm’s 2020 campaign then enjoy these reflections on their incredible accomplishments:

  • All they do is win, win, win no matter what:


Memory Lane

Revisiting the history of UConn sports

  • Khalid El-Amazing:
  • Put that pickup in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame:
  • No complaints on our end:

Weekly Fancast

Once UConn sports return, we’ll provide info for the week’s upcoming games in this space. Until then, enjoy some classic recommendations from the vault.

One of UConn women’s basketball’s fiercest rivals in its hallowed history has been the Tennessee Volunteers, who for many years were led by legendary coach Pat Summitt. Perhaps the most satisfying memory for UConn fans to relive in this rivalry is the 71-52 drubbing that Sue Bird and the Huskies laid down on Summitt’s Volunteers during the 2000 National Championship game, where Sue sliced and diced her way through a Tennessee team who had no answer for the savvy sophomore.

CLICK HERE to watch every second of that beautiful blowout and check out this video to see Sue’s top plays on college basketball’s biggest stage:


Final Play

A parting sentiment from The Fast Break team

Here’s to you, Jonathan XIV:


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