On Monday morning, Lithuanian native Lukas Kisunas pledged to the UConn Huskies, giving Coach Ollie his third commitment in recent weeks, all for the Class of 2018. He had made an official visit to Storrs last week. Kisunas, a native of Vilnius, the country’s capital city, recently measured in at
It’s exactly 3,000 miles from Tacoma, Washington to Storrs, Connecticut. But that’s the trip Emmitt Matthews, Jr. will make when he begins his college career next season. The class of 2018 wing pledged to the Huskies Saturday night while on an official visit. At six feet, seven inches, the versatile
Though they come from different coasts, there’s some shades of Shabazz Napier to the game of diminutive guard James Akinjo. He’s a good shooter, lockdown defender, and excellent passer. He’s also got a knack for winning at all costs, having won MVP as he guided the Oakland Soldiers to the
And then there were sixteen. After just four days, the field has been trimmed to a quarter of its original size. But, that’s college basketball, and that’s the NCAA Tournament. No sporting event captures the hearts of fans more so than March Madness, where the drama of single-elimination meets the
#6 Cincinnati vs. #11 Kansas State
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Cincinnati Bearcats 29-5 (16-2)
Player to Watch: F Gary Clark
The six foot, eight inch Clark has been a staple for the Bearcats his entire career. A former conference defensive player of the year (15-16), Clark is a shot blocking expert who
Yesterday evening, Chipola Junior College center Eric Cobb committed to Kevin Ollie and the Huskies. The 6 foot, 10 inch Cobb will have two years of eligibility remaining when he suits up for UConn next November.
The former South Carolina Gamecock averaged 11 points and 8 boards a game this past
After eighteen grueling weeks, the regular season has concluded! There does not seem to be a clear cut team that's a step ahead of everybody else entering the postseason. Arguments can easily be made both for and against teams like Kansas, UNC, Gonzaga, UCLA, and any other squad you think
Did anyone see that coming? Gonzaga, who looked like the most dominant team in the country for virtually the entire year, lost their final regular season game to a WCC team that wasn’t even St. Mary’s. While the defeat ends the Bulldogs’ quest for an undefeated season, it should not
There are only two weeks of regular season basketball left! There's two ways to look at this: with the glass half empty, because college basketball will end soon, or with the glass half full, because it's almost March! Indeed, that remarkable time, which rivals only Christmas in the fun and
Frankly, compared to some of the exciting weeks we’ve had this season, last week looked like a bit of a dud. Sure, a handful of ranked teams lost, but Saturday was largely uneventful except for Gonzaga-St. Mary’s, and the only games of note were the Thursday night clashes won by
Rankings and Records are as of Monday, February 6th.
On Saturday, February 4th, 2017, six teams ranked in the top ten of the AP poll lost. Three of them, all from the Big 12, lost at home. If that doesn’t scream chaos, then nothing does. As we enter February, contenders, like
Jalen Adams takes the Huskies (10-11) to a hostile environment for a matchup with the Bearcats (20-2), one of the hottest teams in the nation.
Since the destruction of the old Big East, Cincinnati is the closest thing UConn fans have to a conference rival. In recent years, it’s appeared
Well, that sure was an exciting week! We had everything, from premiere conference battles (WVU/KU, UVA/ND), to a heated rivalry (Cincy/Xavier), to one of the top non-conference games you’ll ever see in late January (KU/UK). The weekend was also marked by the Big 12/SEC Challenge, which ended in a 5-5
For once, the attention seems to be on the western side of the country, as people paying attention to the undefeated run the Gonzaga Bulldogs are putting together, and the three top ten teams in the Pacific 12 Conference. All eyes were on Arizona-UCLA last Saturday, with the return of
Happy Martin Luther King Day to all! On this day, it is important to remember the sacrifices made during the Civil Rights Movement, and to acknowledge this country’s checkered past so that we can continue moving forward. Of course, many college basketball fans know the incredible story of the 1965-66
It happened: the number one team in the nation finally lost. After posting a 38-3 record in the calendar year of 2016, and starting the current season 14-0, the Villanova Wildcats were undone by poor perimeter shooting and a little bit of magic from historic Hinkle Fieldhouse. The win immediately