Paw Prints The Daily Roundup

It’s game day for the UConn Huskies football team as they are in Tampa, FL to take on the South Florida Bulls. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 PM and the game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. If you missed my UConn-USF game preview, don’t forget to check it out.

Here are some highlights from UConn’s 22-15 win over the Bulls last season courtesy of the great Santini.

The Huskies are a changed team since their last trip to Tampa.

Randy Edsall is very pleased with the play of defensive end Cody Brown this season.

Desmond Conner of the Hartford Courant takes a look at how the the Huskies and Bulls matchup.

The Huskies will look to keep the Bulls reeling tonight.

Tyler Lorenzen came back at the right time for the Huskies.

Kendall Reyes has proven himself with a quick rise through the depth chart.

The Bulls are fighting for a bowl bid while the Huskies are hoping to improve their record for a better bowl bid.

Neill Ostrout of the Connecticut Post along with Chuck Banning from the Day and Chip Malafronte of the New Haven Register ran into Hulk Hogan while they were out for dinner last night.

It’s also game day for the No. 2 UConn men’s basketball team as they will take on the No. 16/17 Miami Hurricanes in the semifinals of the Paradise Jam in the US Virgin Islands. Tip-off is scheduled for 6 PM and the game can be seen on the Fox College Sports Channel.

Jim Calhoun praised his leader A.J. Price for playing in pain on Friday night.

Mike Anthony of the Hartford Courant has some quotes from Miami coach Frank Haith.

The UConn women used stifling defense in their win against Rhode Island yesterday.

Rich Elliot of the Connecticut Post has a look at the good and the bad from yesterday’s win over Rhode Island. He also has his UConn women’s notebook.

The UConn women’s freshman are fitting in nicely with the Huskies.

After not wearing ties last season, Geno Auriemma is back to wearing them this season.

Geno Auriemma was very happy for Jen Rizzotti and her Hartford Hawks team after they upset Duke on Friday night.

The UConn men’s hockey team fell 5-4 to RIT.