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3-Man Weave episode 138: Upset City

DeSalv, LeMar, and Brian Waddell debate the most likely unlikely scenarios in college sports and the referee scandal that targets John Calipari.


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Here's One for the Ladies!

As most of you know or perhaps could have guessed, I care about women. No, unfortunately this has nothing to do with problems of the average woman nor does it mention how to keep your man happy. 667 more words


Geno Auriemma passes Pat Summitt for most all-time NCAA Tournament wins

With UConn’s 90-52 victory over Oregon on Monday night, the school punched its ticket to yet another Final Four appearance. Amongst a season filled with historic accolades for the Huskies, another accomplishment was achieved, though head coach Geno Auriemma will likely not be thinking much about it. 165 more words


Geno Auriemma on LaVar Ball, Lonzo: 'I wouldn't want to be in (Lonzo's) situation'

It seems like LaVar Ball has been square in the middle of the sports spotlight for weeks now, and that led to a reporter asking Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma about the outspoken father of UCLA star Lonzo, as well as Chino Hills’ (Calif.) LiAngelo and LaMelo. 190 more words


If you haven't been watching the NCAA women's tournament, here's 4 reasons you should

There’s been a lot of college basketball on this week — as happens every March Madness — so fans are excused if they haven’t found the time yet to catch up on what’s happening on the women’s hoops side. 587 more words


Geno Auriemma wants recruits who will be 'great teammates'

Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma has often been eager to offer his advice to young players, and he did so again Friday.

Auriemma discussed, among other things, what he looks for in a potential recruit. 200 more words


UConn advances to regional final with 86-71 win over UCLA

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — After watching UConn’s NCAA Tournament dominance mostly from the bench for three seasons, Saniya Chong finally made her mark.

Chong scored 16 points and came up with big plays on both ends of the court, and the top-seeded Huskies beat UCLA 86-71 on Saturday to advance to the Bridgeport Regional final. 699 more words