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Some Rambling Thoughts on Women's Basketball

Draymond Green recently said he learns more about basketball by watching the women’s game. High praise from an NBA champion and all-star. Regardless, it’s a point all basketball fans and young players should take note of, particularly because he’s hit the nail on the head. 459 more words


Barack Obama hosts UConn women at White House after yet another NCAA title

WASHINGTON —   President Obama summed up Tuesday’s White House visit by the Connecticut women’s basketball team with a word that also describes their championships: “Again.” 449 more words

Bracket Hub

Huskies Return To White House To Celebrate Championship

WASHINGTON (CBS Connecticut and AP) – President Barack Obama is honoring the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team for winning its fourth consecutive national championship and 11th overall. 126 more words


UCONN All Access

Love behind the scenes stuff. Great look at Geno Auriemma and his staff preparing the now 4 time national champion UCONN Huskies for the beginning of the season. 22 more words


"Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into!"

Silly me. I think it’s safe to unplug, catch up with family, friends and that thing we call work ’cause its “Down time in women’s basketball!” 515 more words

NCAA Division I

Women's College Basketball Loses $14 Million a Year, Says Mark Emmert

NCAA President Mark Emmert was at Utah State University last week and got grilled by students about where all the money goes. Most of what he told them are the same bullet points he’s been spewing forever – only a handful of athletic departments make money (22 in 2015, he says); only two sports earn money (football and men’s basketball) – but then he dropped this figure, which was was new to me. 383 more words


UConn Coach Geno Auriemma Released From Hospital

STORRS, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP)UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma has been released from the hospital, where he was admitted Saturday with an undisclosed ailment. 189 more words