UConn finds the blowouts challenging
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The Courant | Huskies look at the big picture Read the Story
It would be generous to describe UConn's first season in the American Athletic Conference as competitive. No matter how easy it looks, how quickly a victory is assured, Geno Auriemma wants his players attentive and goal-oriented when playing overmatched conference opponents because there is more at stake than appears.
USA TODAY | Georgetown's music man Read the Story
If you're a Georgetown student, chances are Nate Lubick doesn't approve of your taste in music. He says most music college kids listen to is "horrible." Nate is known better for his basketball – he's a senior forward for the Hoyas – but music and basketball are in his blood. His father is a former professional musician and former high school basketball coach.
The State | South Carolina's 'silent assassin' Read the Story
Discussions of the South Carolina baseball team’s big-name class of junior players doesn’t always include right-fielder Connor Bright. A month ago when preseason practice began, coach Chad Holbrook described him as a silent assassin. Early in the season, Bright is making as much noise as any of his heralded classmate.