Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

Paw Prints is our daily look at the happenings for the UConn Huskies football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams as well as some of the other sports. We will do our best to bring you the links from all of the media that covers the Huskies on a daily basis. As always, links can be found by clicking on the read more button below.

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It’s game day for the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team as they’ll take on Big East rival the Georgetown Hoyas in the Sweet 16 at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, PA. The game is scheduled to begin at 12 p.m. and will be televised nationally on ESPN. The game is also available online at If you can’t catch the television broadcast, you can always listen to the game on the WTIC/UConn Radio Network.

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UConn Women’s Basketball links

Welcome to the Big East invitational [Jim Fuller – New Haven Register]

Geno’s Opening Statement Focuses On Goals And Memories [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

The Time Of Year For Coaching Changes [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Would You Stop Picking On Geno Auriemma, Please? [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Georgetown Plans To Play It Tough [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Big East Regional, Maya Dunking And Geno Staying In In Philly [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Auriemma Weighed On How His Comments On The Fans Took Off [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

No apology from Auriemma, just more honest sarcasm [Roger Cleaveland – The Republican-American]

The Countdown to the Sweet 16 []

UConn 2-0 against Georgetown this season but imperfect [CT Post]

UConn women’s notebook: Big East has reason to brag [CT Post]

Sunday Showdown: UConn, Georgetown Women Familiar Foes [Hartford Courant]

Auriemma’s Biggest Worry? Phillies [Hartford Courant]

Huskies and Hoyas ready for third showdown [New Haven Register]

UCONN WOMEN NOTEBOOK: Big East representing in regionals [New Haven Register]

UConn’s goal: Write new script for Philadelphia story [The Day]

Hoyas welcome another shot [The Day]

Georgetown women soften their tone for game against UConn [Washington Post]

UConn will face familiar faces [Amalie Benjamin – Boston Globe]

UConn Men’s Basketball links

Rocketing to Houston [David Borges – New Haven Register]

Calhoun Cuts Down Nets, Disses Barkley [David Borges – New Haven Register]

Okafor, Final Four [David Borges – New Haven Register]

Houston, we have no problem [Ed Daigneault – The Republican-American]

UConn marches on to Final Four [Gavin Keefe – The Day]

Perseverance [UConn Huskies Basketball]

Men’s Final Four Travel And Ticket Information []

UConn hangs on, advances to Final Four [CT Post]

UConn gets some help celebrating NCAA victory [CT Post]

UConn men’s notebook: Calhoun has respected Miller for many years [CT Post]

UConn report card [CT Post]

UConn Defeats Arizona 65-63 To Advance To The Final Four [Hartford Courant]

They’re Riding High Out Of The West Again [Hartford Courant]

UConn Celebration Keeps Going Into Final Four [Hartford Courant]

UConn Men’s Final Four/Elite Eight History [Hartford Courant]

UConn-Arizona Notebook Extras [Hartford Courant]

Kemba Walker, Huskies going to Final Four [New Haven Register]

Largely pro-Arizona crowd features a proud Emeka Okafor [New Haven Register]

The kids are all right: UConn is headed for Final Four [The Day]

On A Roll, UConn Men Return To The Final Four [The Day]

Walker has elevated his status in Calhoun’s eyes [The Day]

Huskies pull together [New York Times]

Kemba Walker, Jeremy Lamb lift Huskies to Final Four berth [Sporting News]

Connecticut’s remarkable run continues [Diamond Leung –]

UConn Football links

Spring Practice 6 Notes [Desmond Conner – Hartford Courant]

Post Spring Practice 6 Quotes [Desmond Conner – Hartford Courant]

Spring Football Game To Kickoff At 5:00 p.m. []

High School Coaches Get First-Hand Look [Hartford Courant]

Jasper Howard’s Teammates React To Lomax Sentence [Hartford Courant]

Other UConn related links

Baseball. Huskies Power Past Pittsburgh, 9-2 []

Softball. Huskies Open BIG EAST With Split At Georgetown []