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The Middletown Press
Jeff Jacobs: Inevitability the most painful part of UConn’s loss to Villanovaglory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and
The Middletown Press / Posted an hour ago
glory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and mine the talent he wanted. How it took Jim Calhoun to stare down Villanova and the rest of the Big East powers. But history is for the history books. Remember how... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Jeff Jacobs: Inevitability the most painful part of UConn’s loss to Villanovaglory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and
The Register Citizen / Posted an hour ago
glory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and mine the talent he wanted. How it took Jim Calhoun to stare down Villanova and the rest of the Big East powers. But history is for the history books. Remember how... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Jeff Jacobs: Inevitability most the most painful part of UConn’s loss to Villanovaglory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 hours ago
glory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and mine the talent he wanted. How it took Jim Calhoun to stare down Villanova and the rest of the Big East powers. But history is for the history books. Remember how... Read more
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The News-Times
Jeff Jacobs: Inevitability most the most painful part of UConn’s loss to Villanovaglory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and
The News-Times / Posted 4 hours ago
glory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and mine the talent he wanted. How it took Jim Calhoun to stare down Villanova and the rest of the Big East powers. But history is for the history books. Remember how... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Jeff Jacobs: Inevitability most the most painful part of UConn’s loss to Villanovaglory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
glory days of the ’80s and how Rollie Massimino could walk into Connecticut and mine the talent he wanted. How it took Jim Calhoun to stare down Villanova and the rest of the Big East powers. But history is for the history books. Remember how... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
No. 1 Villanova outclasses UConn in blowout winmuch anymore now that they’re in separate leagues, he believes in the program’s
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 hours ago
much anymore now that they’re in separate leagues, he believes in the program’s future. “It reminds me very much of a Jim Calhoun team, with three great perimeter players and a lot of size and athleticism up front,” Wright noted. “They’re just... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Once a coach, always a coach; That’s Tony Turinawho coached Villanova to a national championship, returned to take a head coach
The Register Citizen / Posted 8 hours ago
who coached Villanova to a national championship, returned to take a head coaching job at an obscure Division III college. Jim Calhoun — Mr. UConn basketball who won three national titles — is spending time at St. Joseph College as that institution... Read more
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Hartford Courant
UConn-Villanova: Roles Have Reversed, But The Rivalry Remains Relevantso it was always a little bit more for me, pumped up a little bit more for me t
Hartford Courant / Posted 14 hours ago
so it was always a little bit more for me, pumped up a little bit more for me to play against UConn.” In 1986, when Jim Calhoun came to Storrs, one of his first tasks was to stop the migration of talent out of the state to places like... Read more
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Greenwich Time
UConn men have No. 1 goal: Beat Villanovaat home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
at home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and is 3-8 overall. The Huskies are 3-5 in the Jim Calhoun/Kevin Ollie Era, with their last matchup coming in the second round of the 2016 NCAA tournament, where they lost... Read more
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The News-Times
UConn men have No. 1 goal: Beat Villanovaat home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and
The News-Times / Posted yesterday
at home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and is 3-8 overall. The Huskies are 3-5 in the Jim Calhoun/Kevin Ollie Era, with their last matchup coming in the second round of the 2016 NCAA tournament, where they lost... Read more
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The Middletown Press
UConn men have No. 1 goal: Beat Villanovaat home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and
The Middletown Press / Posted yesterday
at home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and is 3-8 overall. The Huskies are 3-5 in the Jim Calhoun/Kevin Ollie Era, with their last matchup coming in the second round of the 2016 NCAA tournament, where they lost... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
UConn men have No. 1 goal: Beat Villanovaat home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
at home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and is 3-8 overall. The Huskies are 3-5 in the Jim Calhoun/Kevin Ollie Era, with their last matchup coming in the second round of the 2016 NCAA tournament, where they lost... Read more
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Connecticut Post
UConn men have No. 1 goal: Beat Villanovaat home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
at home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and is 3-8 overall. The Huskies are 3-5 in the Jim Calhoun/Kevin Ollie Era, with their last matchup coming in the second round of the 2016 NCAA tournament, where they lost... Read more
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The Register Citizen
UConn men have No. 1 goal: Beat Villanovaat home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and
The Register Citizen / Posted yesterday
at home.” UConn has faced the nation’s No. 1 team 11 times in its history and is 3-8 overall. The Huskies are 3-5 in the Jim Calhoun/Kevin Ollie Era, with their last matchup coming in the second round of the 2016 NCAA tournament, where they lost... Read more
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Hartford Courant
UConn-Villanova: Jay Wright Reigns In Big East, Where Basketball's Still Kingin 2019-20. “UConn basketball is a great tradition that Villanova people have
Hartford Courant / Posted 2 days ago
in 2019-20. “UConn basketball is a great tradition that Villanova people have always respected,” Wright said, “even before Jim Calhoun, but obviously when Jim Calhoun came in to the Big East they were always big time games and Kevin [Ollie] has... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Tubby Smith understands what UConn’s Kevin Ollie is going throughplayers, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in
Greenwich Time / Posted 5 days ago
players, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in his life at any level before taking over for Jim Calhoun in 2012. After sitting through a NCAA postseason ban his first season, Ollie guided the Huskies to a national... Read more
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The News-Times
Tubby Smith understands what UConn’s Kevin Ollie is going throughplayers, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in
The News-Times / Posted 5 days ago
players, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in his life at any level before taking over for Jim Calhoun in 2012. After sitting through a NCAA postseason ban his first season, Ollie guided the Huskies to a national... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Tubby Smith understands what UConn’s Kevin Ollie is going throughplayers, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in
The Middletown Press / Posted 5 days ago
players, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in his life at any level before taking over for Jim Calhoun in 2012. After sitting through a NCAA postseason ban his first season, Ollie guided the Huskies to a national... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Tubby Smith understands what UConn’s Kevin Ollie is going throughplayers, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
players, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in his life at any level before taking over for Jim Calhoun in 2012. After sitting through a NCAA postseason ban his first season, Ollie guided the Huskies to a national... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Tubby Smith understands what UConn’s Kevin Ollie is going throughplayers, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
players, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in his life at any level before taking over for Jim Calhoun in 2012. After sitting through a NCAA postseason ban his first season, Ollie guided the Huskies to a national... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Tubby Smith understands what UConn’s Kevin Ollie is going throughplayers, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in
The Register Citizen / Posted 5 days ago
players, his critics are quick to point out. Ollie had never coached a day in his life at any level before taking over for Jim Calhoun in 2012. After sitting through a NCAA postseason ban his first season, Ollie guided the Huskies to a national... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Takeaways From UConn's Win Over UCF: Praise-worthy Win In A Buzz-less Buildingtry to instigate, and the Huskies don’t need the wrong kind of fight right now.
Hartford Courant / Posted 9 days ago
try to instigate, and the Huskies don’t need the wrong kind of fight right now.The Buzz Okay, let’s go down this road, Jim Calhoun Way, again. Big picture. The students are not back on campus yet, so that should be taken into account, but... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Jeff Jacobs: UConn’s Chris Dailey deserves to be in Hall of Fameplayers are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Y
Stamford Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
players are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Yet look what has happened. Jim Boeheim, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams each were involved with varying degrees of NCAA problems at their schools after induction. John... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Jeff Jacobs: UConn’s Chris Dailey deserves to be in Hall of Fameplayers are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Y
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
players are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Yet look what has happened. Jim Boeheim, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams each were involved with varying degrees of NCAA problems at their schools after induction. John... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Jeff Jacobs: UConn’s Chris Dailey deserves to be in Hall of Fameplayers are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Y
The Register Citizen / Posted 10 days ago
players are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Yet look what has happened. Jim Boeheim, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams each were involved with varying degrees of NCAA problems at their schools after induction. John... Read more
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The News-Times
Jeff Jacobs: UConn’s Chris Dailey deserves to be in Hall of Fameplayers are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Y
The News-Times / Posted 10 days ago
players are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Yet look what has happened. Jim Boeheim, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams each were involved with varying degrees of NCAA problems at their schools after induction. John... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Jeff Jacobs: UConn’s Chris Dailey deserves to be in Hall of Fameplayers are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Y
The Middletown Press / Posted 10 days ago
players are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Yet look what has happened. Jim Boeheim, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams each were involved with varying degrees of NCAA problems at their schools after induction. John... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Tom Moore Making Most Of Opportunity At Rhode Islandwide-eyed about it as he was when he got his first opportunity to become a Divi
Hartford Courant / Posted 10 days ago
wide-eyed about it as he was when he got his first opportunity to become a Division I assistant under Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun at UConn in 1994. The difference now is Moore, 52, is sitting next to 44-year old head coach Danny Hurley at the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Jeff Jacobs: UConn’s Chris Dailey deserves to be in Hall of Fameplayers are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Y
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
players are not forgotten. Many coaches are. That, too, could affect voting. Yet look what has happened. Jim Boeheim, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams each were involved with varying degrees of NCAA problems at their schools after induction. John... Read more
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Hartford Courant
UConn Men Notebook: Isaiah Whaley Earning Minutes… The victory was Ollie’s 121st as UConn’s head coach, passing Dee Rowe, who wo
Hartford Courant / Posted 13 days ago
… The victory was Ollie’s 121st as UConn’s head coach, passing Dee Rowe, who won 120 between 1969 and 77, for fourth in school history. Rowe, 89, was at the game, as he usually is, with Jim Calhoun. Subscribe and listen to the UConn Insider Po... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Top 10 Register sports stories of 2017: Yale football team rose above the competition9. Moore out, Dunleavy in at Quinnipiac: Tom Moore arrived at Quinnipiac with m
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 days ago
9. Moore out, Dunleavy in at Quinnipiac: Tom Moore arrived at Quinnipiac with much fanfare in 2007. He’d helped Jim Calhoun win his first two championships as UConn and was considered one of the hottest assistant coaching prospects in... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
No Pitino should benefit Louisville at Kentuckyand motivational skills. Any team would miss a Hall of Fame coach. Look at wha
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted 23 days ago
and motivational skills. Any team would miss a Hall of Fame coach. Look at what’s happened to Connecticut without Jim Calhoun, Georgetown without John Thompson or Indiana without Bob Knight. But there was always a disconnect: The Pitino... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
AAC men looks better this season — with UConn the notable exceptionthird time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while
Stamford Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
third time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while it may not be the “beautiful journey” that Jim Calhoun once described the Big East regular season, AAC play began Wednesday night (UCF at SMU) and continues with three... Read more
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Connecticut Post
AAC men looks better this season — with UConn the notable exceptionthird time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while
Connecticut Post / Posted 24 days ago
third time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while it may not be the “beautiful journey” that Jim Calhoun once described the Big East regular season, AAC play began Wednesday night (UCF at SMU) and continues with three... Read more
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The Register Citizen
AAC men looks better this season — with UConn the notable exceptionthird time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while
The Register Citizen / Posted 24 days ago
third time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while it may not be the “beautiful journey” that Jim Calhoun once described the Big East regular season, AAC play began Wednesday night (UCF at SMU) and continues with three... Read more
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Greenwich Time
AAC men looks better this season — with UConn the notable exceptionthird time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while
Greenwich Time / Posted 24 days ago
third time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while it may not be the “beautiful journey” that Jim Calhoun once described the Big East regular season, AAC play began Wednesday night (UCF at SMU) and continues with three... Read more
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The News-Times
AAC men looks better this season — with UConn the notable exceptionthird time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while
The News-Times / Posted 24 days ago
third time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while it may not be the “beautiful journey” that Jim Calhoun once described the Big East regular season, AAC play began Wednesday night (UCF at SMU) and continues with three... Read more
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The Middletown Press
AAC men looks better this season — with UConn the notable exceptionthird time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while
The Middletown Press / Posted 24 days ago
third time in four years — and, perhaps, save Kevin Ollie’s job. Anyway, while it may not be the “beautiful journey” that Jim Calhoun once described the Big East regular season, AAC play began Wednesday night (UCF at SMU) and continues with three... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Top 10 Courant Stories Of 2017 No. 5: For UConn, A Year Of Celebrations, One Lossof Auriemma’s first team, gathered on the court after the game. Speaking of Ha
Hartford Courant / Posted 24 days ago
of Auriemma’s first team, gathered on the court after the game. Speaking of Hall of Fame coaches, former UConn men’s coach Jim Calhoun made news when he announced he was coming out of retirement to take over the fledgling program at Division III... Read more
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Hartford Courant
The 25 Most Read Stories On Courant.com In 2017brought to an end a story that captivated the state for nearly half the year. R
Hartford Courant / Posted 26 days ago
brought to an end a story that captivated the state for nearly half the year. Read more. 14. Sources Say Hall Of Famer Jim Calhoun Has Been Offered St. Joseph Coaching Job Jim Calhoun talks about the possibility of coaching again before... Read more
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Hartford Courant
UConn Men Notebook: Ray Allen, Rip Hamilton Among Hall of Fame Nomineesanyone in the game of basketball who has worked at his craft any more diligentl
Hartford Courant / Posted 30 days ago
anyone in the game of basketball who has worked at his craft any more diligently than Ray Allen," said former UConn coach Jim Calhoun, himself a Hall of Famer, in a statement released by UConn. “Ray is as talented an athlete as I've ever coached... Read more

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