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UConn Women’s Basketball shows why they are #1 finishing regular season at 31-0

(courtesy U of Connecticut)

The University of Connecticut Women’s Basketball team always seem to turn a close game into a rout.

Monday night in Louisville against one of their long-time rivals, the Huskies turned an 11-0 run in the first half to a 32-22 lead. In the second half, they pushed it out to 22 and the rout was on in a 68-48 win over #3 Louisville.

UConn goes to 31-0 overall, 18-0 and the regular season champions of the American Athletic Conference.

Breanna Stewart led the way scoring 22 points and pulling down 14 rebounds. Helping out on the boards was Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis with 13.

The Cardinals who end the regular season at 28-3, 16-2 played before a new school-record crowd of 22,163, were led by Tia Gibbs with 16 points and Sara Hammond chipped in with 12.

Brendon Kay, UC make homecoming for T.J. Weist tough one in 41-16 win

Brendon Kay (courtesy UC)

The Connecticut Huskies traveled to Cincinnati Saturday looking for their first win of the season.

But like most teams, UConn found out it is tough to win at UC’s Nippert Stadium.

The Bearcats made it tough all day for the Huskies who are now 0-6, 0-2 in the new American Athletic Conference.

The loss also ruined the homecoming of UConn interim head coach T.J. Weist, who was an assistant coach for the Bearcats the past three seasons under Butch Jones who left to become the head man at Tennessee.

Weist took over after the fourth game this season when Paul Pasqualoni was fired.

Cincinnati QB Brendon Kay keeps getting better each game. He has played a “best”  game each time out this season. Saturday afternoon, he tied a career high in touchdown passes with four while completing 17 of 24 passes for 300 yards. Kay also rushed for a touchdown for 5-2, 2-1 Cincinnati.

Allen pulls surprise; leaves Boston to have chance at 2nd NBA title with Miami

 

Ray Allen (file photo)

Ray Allen has made himself the enemy of Boston Celtics fans for switching to one of the most-hated teams in the NBA; the Miami Heat.

Allen, the 36-year-old 3-point shooting specialist, decided to take less money for the chance to win a second NBA title.

He won an NBA championship with Boston in 2008.

Eventhough Boston could pay him more money, Allen, the former UConn basketball star, told the Heat that he would accept their $3 million a year offer and leave Beantown after five years.

Due to the NBA’s moratorium, Allen cannot officially sign any contract until this coming Wednesday.

Allen, who has also played for Milwaukee and Seattle, made a career-best 45 percent of his 3-point attempts this past season, has made an NBA-record 2,718 3-point baskets.

 

Info compiled from NBA & Boston Celtics news

 

 

Seton Hall upsets #8 UConn, 75-63

 

Kevin Williard (courtesy of ICGaels.com)

Kevin Willard is slowly but surely getting the Seton Hall Pirates turned around as its basketball coach.

Jordan Theodore scored all 19 of his points in the second half as host Seton Hall ended almost 11 years of frustrating defeats at the hands of Jim Calhoun and the Connecticut Huskies, with a 75-63 win over the nation’s eighth-ranked team.

The win was the biggest in the tenure of coach Willard since taking over the Pirates’ program last year.

Seton Hall had not beaten the Huskies since March 3, 2001, a span of 11 games.

The Pirates improve to 13-2, 2-1 in the Big East.

UConn dropped to 12-2, 2-1 in the Big East.

 

Info compiled from Seton Hall University & University of Connecticut news

Bearcats QB Collaros looking to play in today’s Liberty Bowl

 

Zach Collaros (courtesy of UC athletics photo by BH photography)

When University of Cincinnati QB Zach Collaros fractured his ankle in the November 12 loss to West Virginia at Paul Brown Stadium, it looked he was finished for the year.

But during his rehab since that date, Collaros has been ahead of schedule by two weeks according to doctors.

There is a chance that Collaros could play in today’s (December 31) game in the Liberty Bowl against Vanderbilt.

Collaros passed for 1,860 yards and 14 touchdowns. While he was absent for three games, head coach Butch Jones used the two-QB system of Munchie Legaux and Jordan Luallen that was good enough to win a piece of the Big East championship.

The Bearcats (9-3, 5-2 Big East) are returning to the postseason after last year’s diasppointing 4-8 record.

Their opponent, the Vanderbilt Commodores finished at 6-6 overall, 2-6 in the SEC. They’re making just its fifth bowl game ever and have a 2-1-1 record in the postseason. This will be their first-ever appearance in the Liberty Bowl, which is located in Memphis, four hours from the school’s home in Nashville.

UC and Vandy have two common opponents in Connecticut and Tennessee. The Commodores beat UConn 24-21 and lost to the Volunteers in overtime, 27-21. The Bearcats beat UConn 35-27 and lost to the Vols 45-23.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV, University of Cincinnati & Vanderbilt University news

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