- Aug 27, 2011
Anyone have a link to a good printable schedule? Uconnhuskies.com has the schedule but if you click on the printable version it gives you the roster instead.
All due respect, but I can't tell if you're upset with others or yourself. Instead of giving you a fish (link), Diesel taught you how ("...go to Google, ESPN or a hundred other sites.").Jeez guys. Obviously I could just print the screen but the formatting is off. Just looking for the standard one-page schedule. It used to be on the uconnhuskies.com site but the link to the printable version that is formatted to print nicely is incorrect. I'll try elsewhere.
I used to do this on my own years ago, to populate an Outlook calendar, then I changed jobs and started using gmail more regularly as my main personal account and keep outlook for work only.If someone want to create an ics file for download to phones, etc, I'll set it up here for anyone interested.
It's not that difficult, but I'm limited on what I can do on my iPad.
Football is different than basketball. Due to the different media partners it's oftentimes 10 days out before times are known. Basically TV wants to get the best match ups and will wait as long as possible before setting game times.Where are all the 11:11 kickoffs?
I actually found a website that only took me a few minutes. Unfortunately, it can't be edited once saved.I used to do this on my own years ago, to populate an Outlook calendar, then I changed jobs and started using gmail more regularly as my main personal account and keep outlook for work only.
Google already has the feature for you. It will update the times as they are determined and will update post game with scores. I've had UConn football and basketball, as well as the Redskins and Patriots on my Google calendar for about 8 years give or take. I don't do Red Sox, Bruin, or Patriots only to keep my calendar looking cleaner.