Paw Prints – The Daily Roundup – 12/21

Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

It’s the first day of winter and it has struck again here for us in Connecticut. And since we are stuck inside again, what better way than to spend your late afternoon watching the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team take on Florida State in the final game of the Caribbean Classic in Cancun, Mexico. Tip-off is scheduled for 4:30 PM and the game will be broadcast locally on CPTV. Former Husky and current Northern Colorado Bears assistant coach Paige Sauer will be making an appearance on the broadcast.

Jim Fuller of the New Haven Register has a nice feature on former Husky and author Mel Thomas as does Lori Riley of the Hartford Courant.

Kaili McLaren is starting to make an impact for the Huskies.

The UConn women feature just two players over 6 feet in their starting lineup but are 5th in the country in rebounding margin.

The UConn women are enjoying the break from their normal routine.

John Altavilla of the Hartford Courant and Rich Elliot of the Connecticut Post have some notes from yesterday’s practice in Cancun.

Nine UConn women’s players earned a 3.0 GPA in the first semester.

The UConn women will be playing the Texas Longhorns next season as well.

When the Price is right so are the UConn men.

Yesterday was a defining moment for A.J. Price and the UConn men’s team.

Gavin Edwards came up huge for the Huskies yesterday.

Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant has some extras from yesterday’s win over Gonzaga.

The UConn men showed they were just tough enough yesterday.

This group of Huskies play best under adversity.

David Gillett has his look at yesterday’s win over Gonzaga.

The Slipper Still  Fits says Gonzaga threw that game away yesterday.

A.J. Price showed UConn is a title contender this season.

Rob Lunn checks in with his take on Desi Cullen’s appendectomy over at Thoughts From a Fat White Guy.

And the FWG also has this week’s sign of the apocalypse.

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