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March Madness Most Dangerous Sleeper: East Region

Reading Time: 4 minutesAfter a near two year long wait, March Madness is finally here. As the Big Dance makes its return, the time has come for everyone to forecast how this year’s bracket will play out. Every time this tournament gets played, there’s always that one mid-range team for a power conference that makes a deep run. These teams, usually in the 5-11 seed range, have used their experience against top teams in March to have some extended stays in the field. In 2019, 5 seeded Auburn came out of nowhere to win the SEC conference tournament and...

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“Cardiac Kemba”: The Story of the 2010-11 UCONN Championship Run

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe 2010-11 Connecticut Huskies College Basketball team was definitely looking to have a bounce back year, after going 7-11 in the Big East, 18-16 overall, and missing the tournament for the first time in 2 years. Senior Kemba Walker (Boston Celtics) would look to carry the team. With role players such as Jeremy Lamb (Indiana Pacers), Alex Oriakhi and Shabazz Napier (Washington Wizards) following his lead. Seven Freshman were also on the roster this year. At the beginning of the season the Huskies were not included in the Sports Illustrated top 68, nowhere to be found,...

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The College Basketball Team that will Return to Glory Next Season

Reading Time: 2 minutesUConn returns to the Big East next season, and the Huskies’ return may bring more than nostalgia. While UConn had an average season going 10-8 in American play, they are poised to bring more to the Big East. While the Huskies lose their top scorer and rebounder in Christian Vital, as well as their leading assister Alterique Gilbert; freshman star James Bouknight will return and looks to lead this UConn team back to glory. Bouknight will be joined by Tyler Polley, Josh Carlton, and nearly all of the Huskies squad from this past season. From that...

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Why UCONN Men’s Basketball is Officially Back

Reading Time: 2 minutesIt’s been quite some time since the four time national champion UCONN Huskies mens basketball squad was among the nation’s top 68. With their last championship coming in 2014 and having not been a part of March Madness since 2016, Storrs hasn’t been much of a threat to the nation’s best teams. But in the upcoming 2020-2021 season, that’s all going to change. UCONN next year is transitioning from the American Athletic Conference, where they have been since 2014, back to its first home in the Big East. By moving back to a major conference, UCONN’s...

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