Football has been revived!
- Aug 27, 2011
Not sure how many games we are playing but I'm hoping for an undefeated season, as always.
They're waiting for the Big East to finalize the conference schedule.Has anyone seen an official schedule yet? I know we play the Big East teams but what about the other games before Christmas?
But I think finishing in the top quarter of the Big East + a S16 would be a very successful season.
In regards to having the best player I think you guys are really going to be impressed with Zegarowski. He might not be the pro level talent Bouk is but he is a great college player.Elite 8 for me, 2nd in BE.
When you have the best player on the floor almost every night (far and away my biggest emphasis here) which we should, a ton of depth, and a good mix of veterans and talented freshman, I think this is a reasonable expectation.
Call me crazy or wearing blue glasses, but I’d be disappointed with anything. We are UConn. Being happy with making the Tourney is a PC expectation. Not here.
One of my good buddies went to Creighton, so we watched a lot of their games together last season. I probably watched Creighton play more than any other Big East team. He’s a great player, so crafty and he can really stroke it. He’d be my front runner for POY in the Big East.In regards to having the best player I think you guys are really going to be impressed with Zegarowski. He might not be the pro level talent Bouk is but he is a great college player.
Nobody knows but this was in the newspaper today.Sorry if this has been asked already, which I’m sure it has, but when is the full schedule expected to be released? Is the Legends Classic at Mohegan all we know so far? What’s the expected start date for any game?
Thanks Hooper!Nobody knows but this was in the newspaper today.
Hurley had no updates on the schedule. UConn is planning to get more information from the Big East next week before committing to nonconference games other than the Legends Classic Dec. 2-3 at Mohegan Sun.
UConn men run their first full practice under new normal conditions, pushing each other toward the start of the seasonThe UConn men’s basketball team had its first full preseason practice Friday, more than two hours immersed in coach Dan Hurley’s now established culture. The season starts Nov 27, but the Huskies don’t know who they will play and when, or what new wrinkles the coronavirus will put into their...www.courant.com