Jun 9, 2012
'Borders are down' for UConn men in pursuit of players overseas
Connecticut's Niels Giffey, left, drives past Fairleigh Dickinson's Nate Gibbs during the second half of Connecticut's 78-54 victory in an NCAA college basketball game in Storrs, Conn., on Wednesday, Dec.
UConn Huskies: The Andre Drummond Era Ends with Failed Expectations
Before he ever played a game for the Huskies, Ajou Deng, brother of Chicago Bull Luol Deng, appeared on the national cover of Sports Illustrated.
NCAA Continues to Torture UConn as Postseason Waiver Is Denied
It's been a rough season for UConn, not made easier by the NCAA's attack of the school.
UConn plan shows academic profile of team facing sanctions
A tournament ban could impact recruiting and also cause some current players to either transfer or go early to professional basketball.
Fernandes a part of history at UConn, too
New London - It was right around Memorial Day, 2010, when Trip Fernandes, proud senior at Coast Guard Academy, was in the less familiar environment of the UConn campus.