Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

The biggest news of the day yesterday for the UConn Huskies was that head football coach Randy Edsall has taken his name out of the running for the Syracuse Orange opening. Steve and I both agree that until someone not named Randy Edsall signs a contract to coach the Orange, that he will still be a candidate whether he wants to be or not.

Chip Malafronte of the New Haven Register, Desmond Conner of the Hartford Courant and John Silver of the Journal Inquirer have their thoughts about Randy Edsall and the Orange opening.

Jeff Jacobs of the Hartford Courant says if Randy Edsall left for Syracuse it would be a demotion.

Mike DiMauro of the New London Day has a look at what the message boards are saying about Randy Edsall.

Rob Lunn checked in a with a quick blog post over at Thoughts From a Fat White Guy.

Tyler Lorenzen’s wins are a thing of beauty.

Brian Bennett of has the Huskies ending up in the International Bowl.

The success of UConn Basketball has paid off for the other sports at UConn.

John Altavilla of the Hartford Courant has a look at what’s next for the UConn women.

Rich Elliot of the Connecticut Post has some final thoughts on UConn’s win over Georgia Tech on Sunday.

The CAS/CIAC and Geno Auriemma’s Cancer Team have teamed up to fight cancer.

The UConn women hope they shook the rust off after their game on Sunday.

Geno Auriemma would like his rotation to go a little deeper than what it did on Sunday.

David Borges of the New Haven Register and Neill Ostrout of the Connecticut Post have some notes from the UConn men’s 99-56 win over Hartford last night.

A.J. Price sat out last night’s game with a high ankle sprain.

Donnell Beverly had a career-high 9 points, all in the 1st half, to spark the Huskies.

The Huskies will need to shoot well from behind the arc to have success this year.

David Gillett says it was a deceiving victory for the Huskies last night.

Jerome Dyson has some skills.

Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant has a look at some of the recruits Jim Calhoun is interested in.

Former Husky Charlie Villanueva was named the winner of Eagle Snacks “Bald And the Beautiful” contest.

The UConn men’s soccer team will open up with Fairfield University on Friday night at 7 PM in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament.