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Williams leads Bulldogs past Huskies, make history in the process

Overtime, check. Game winning shot in a one possession game, check. A 111-game winning streak that lasted 865 days busted, check. It’s a very rare formula, but like Stanford back in 2014, the Mississippi State Bulldogs did what every team in the game had failed to do. Beat the Connecticut Huskies. It was a monumental night in the world of... Read More
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Galleries: Uconn wins Bridgeport, heads to Final Four

Our Travis Ellison took in the Elite 8 matchup between the #1 seed Connecticut Huskies and the 10th seeded Oregon Ducks on Monday night in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The Huskies dominated the game early on and never looked back, they’re now in Dallas for the Final Four. It’s their tenth consecutive trip to a Final Four, Travis shares some of his... Read More
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100 and Counting for the Uconn Womens Program

On Monday night, the top ranked Connecticut Huskies women’s basketball team won their 100th consecutive game. This historic milestone makes them the first team men’s or women’s, in NCAA history to accomplish this. They 6th ranked South Carolina Gamecocks stood between them and history. Uconn Had won its previous 99 games by a combined average of 38.7 points and winning... Read More
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2015 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Preview

Stop if you’ve heard it before: UConn and Notre Dame are facing off for the women’s national championship. After meeting in Nashville last year for all the marbles, the Huskies and Fighting Irish are set for a rematch again. Last year, it was a battle of previous unbeatens, as Connecticut completed the dream 40-0 season by handing ND their first... Read More
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Stewart Continues to Reach Astronomical Heights

It takes a certain type of player to play for Geno Auriemma and the UConn women’s basketball team. The Huskies not only pursue perfection year in and year out, they expect it. Star forward Breanna Stewart has fit that mold since the start of her recruiting process in late 2009. She was an ideal player for the Huskies, with a... Read More
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