UConn Is Trying To Snatch $10 Million From Kevin Ollie Over A Phone Call To Ray Allen

On Wednesday, it was reported that UConn president Susan Herbst ruled that former men’s basketball coach Kevin Ollie’s firing over recruiting violations was justified and officially terminated him, thus costing Ollie the remaining $10 million on his contract. The same night, a public records request from the …

Asia Durr, Teaira McCowan, And A Few Other Reasons UConn Might Not Win It All 

I get it, I do: You’re a fan of basketball, and this weekend has given you not one but two Final Fours watch. A choice appears. In one corner, an 11-seed underdog that might just do the dang thing and three high seeds that survived historically weird brackets; in the other, four No. 1 seeds, led by the same No. 1 seed…

UConn Trick-Shot QB-Turned-Trump Valet Fired Due To Homeland Security Investigation

Remember Johnny McEntee? We featured him in these pages seven-some years ago, as the UConn quarterback displayed some incredible sleight of hand in a trick-shot compilation video. Johnny later dropped the diminutive and became John McEntee, Donald Trump body man, except now he’s not even that anymore because CNN…

Report: UConn Dicks Recruit Over, Pulls Scholarship Two Weeks Before Signing Day

Ryan Dickens, a 17-year old senior linebacker at Raritan High School in Hazlet, N.J., is the subject of a report from NJ.com, which details his experience of being played by UConn and the big business of college football. Cases like this come up every year, but Dickens is unique because the Huskies didn’t simply…

Bob Diaco Fails To Keep His Cool As He Defends UConn's Manufactured Football Rivalry

The Central Florida Knights beat the Connecticut Huskies Saturday in the college football rivalry game known as the Civil ConFLiCT, and earned the right to take home the trophy. UCF passed, instead leaving the prize on a bench. On Tuesday, UConn head coach Bob Diaco, who established the artificial enmity, essentially…

UConn Forces Fourth Overtime With Three-Quarter-Court Buzzer-Beater

When Cincinnati’s Kevin Johnson hit a three-pointer with two seconds remaining in the third overtime of the Bearcats’ American quarterfinal against UConn, it looked like the Huskies were toast. But Jalen Adams drilled a shot off the inbounds pass that came with less than a second remaining to force a fourth overtime…

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