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 if you’re on the home page.

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UConn Men’s Basketball links

Rocky Top, Rocky Times for UConn Right now [David Borges – New Haven Register]

Jim Calhoun’s Take [Dom Amore – Hartford Courant]

Wrapping Things Up from Knoxville [Dom Amore – Hartford Courant]

the wrap [Ed Daigneault – The Republican-American]

The problem with UConn Men: There’s no team in Huskies [John Nash – The Hour]

Crossroads [UConn Huskies Basketball]

Tennessee holds off No. 13 UConn men [CT Post]

It’s up to Alex Oriakhi to turn the corner [CT Post]

UConn Men Lose To Tennessee, 60-57 [Hartford Courant]

Tennessee’s Stokes, Late Arrival, Hurts UConn [Hartford Courant]

Huskies ‘outworked’ in loss to Vols [New Haven Register]

Former Husky recruit Jarnell Stokes making immediate impact for Tennessee [New Haven Register]

UConn Women’s Basketball links

UConn’s defense too much for overmatched DePaul [Jim Fuller – New Haven Register]

Auriemma Says “No Alarm At All” About Doty [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Geno Auriemma on DePaul’s Doug Bruno [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Faris Takes The Reins [John Altavilla – Hartford Courant]

Postgame Reaction On Doty’s Knee Soreness [Rich Elliott – CT Post]

Mosqueda-Lewis, UConn women rock DePaul [CT Post]

UConn Women Rout DePaul, 88-44 [Hartford Courant]

Auriemma Talks Of Other Passion: Coaching USA Basketball [Hartford Courant]

Huskies double up DePaul [New Haven Register]

Doug Bruno shares Geno Auriemma’s philosophy [New Haven Register]

Other UConn related links

M. Ice Hockey. Men’s Hockey Falls To Robert Morris, 2-1 []

W. Swimming. Women’s Swimming And Diving Defeats Seton Hall []

M. Swimming. Men’s And Women’s Swimming & Diving Top Seton Hall []

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