Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s NCAA Tournament selections are out and both the UConn men and UConn women have been tabbed as No. 1 seeds.

The UConn women are the No. 1 overall seed in the Trenton Region of the women’s tournament and should roll through to the Final Four in St. Louis. They enter the tournament as the odds on favorite to win it all.

On the other hand, the UConn men won’t have an easy road as their some tough matchups should they advance on Thursday. I still haven’t decided on how far I think the Huskies will advance but will get to that on Wednesday when I fill out all my brackets. There’s so many I lost count. And if you need help in your men’s pool, check out Bracket Brains for some help.

And not to get lost in all this NCAA Tournament madness, the UConn football team starts spring practice today.

UConn men’s basketball links

West Regional — the bottom line [LA Times]

Mocs Play #1 Seed UConn in First Round of NCAA Tournament [MocBlog]

Mocs Undaunted Preparing For Huskies [Hartford Courant]

Huskies confident loss to ’Cuse will pay off [Norwich Bulletin]

Chattanooga eyeing historic upset of No. 1 UConn [Norwich Bulletin]

UConn hopes to chew up Chattanooga [New Haven Register]

Mocs to get in-person look at Huskies [Connecticut Post]

Mocs used to playing long odds [Journal Inquirer]

Starting from the top [Journal Inquirer]

UConn worst 1-Seed? [UConn Huskies Basketball]

Don’t Mock the Mocs [Emeka, Nadav and Corny]

UConn women’s basketball links

Bracketology season is over [Elm City to Eagleville]

UConn gets Vermont, but Tonya Cardoza and Temple are lurking [UConn | Women’s Basketball]

UConn Women Lead The Field [Hartford Courant]

UConn Women Open NCAAs Sunday Vs. Vermont [Hartford Courant]

No. 1 UConn women draw Vermont in opener [Waterbury Republican-American]

Being No. 1 seed just the 1st step [Norwich Bulletin]

UConn gets a One-derful reward? [New Haven Register]

No. 1 UConn opens against Vermont [Connecticut Post]

Connecticut’s Auriemma as demanding as ever [Newsday]

Region-by-region breakdown [San Francisco Chronicle]

UConn, Terps, OU, Duke are top seeds []

Connecticut Gets Top Seed in Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournament [Bloomberg]

Forget it. No one will beat UConn in the NCAA Women’s Tournament [The Star-Ledger]

NCAA women’s tournament: Event is all about second [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

Unbeaten UConn’s presumed run to national title hardly an easy march []

If UConn doesn’t win the title, who will? []

UConn the team to beat, by far [Detroit News]

Aggies get No. 2 seed, but Connecticut looms [Dallas Morning News]

UConn earns No.1 overall seed for NCAA tourney [AP]

Mick McCabe’s five teams to watch [Detroit Free Press]

UConn football links

Spring Football Practice Opens On Tuesday []

QB Biggest Question As UConn Enters Spring [Hartford Courant]

UConn QB spot up for grabs [Connecticut Post]

Spring Practice quick hitter [JSilver’s UConn Blog]

Gearing up for spring [Ramblings from the Runway]

Pre-Spring Practice Talk With Coach Edsall [UConn | Football]

Petrus moving to center for UConn []

Edsall previews UConn’s spring practice []

Other UConn related links

Erickson Signs With Reading Royals Of ECHL []

Truax Named To BIG EAST Softball Honor Roll []

M.E. Lapham Earns a BIG EAST Honor Roll Spot []

Fatse Leads Huskies Over Fairfield 5-4 []