Sports writer Gavin Keefe blogs about UConn men's basketball year-round.
As expected, UConn cruised to victory.
UConn is back in action today.
UConn coach Kevin Ollie saw it coming.He really did.
UConn has only four non-conference games remaining this season.
The UConn basketball team will participate in Kevin Ollie's Christmas for Hartford's Children in the city's Blue Hills Neighborhood on Saturday.
UConn's offense is in serious need of a tune-up.The Huskies sputttered their way to just 56 points on Thursday night at the Izod Center.
Tonight’s game pits the defending national champion against a serious national championship contender.UConn is a decisive underdog.
Let’s talk UConn-Duke connections.The Huskies (4-3) and undefeated Blue Devils (9-0) renew their rivalry Thursday night in East Rutherford, N.J.
Not sure if Sunday afternoon’s shootout made UConn basketball fans feel better or worse about their Huskies.
UConn needs a bounce back game in a big way today.Coppin State hasn't beaten a Division I team so far this season.
Coach Kevin Ollie delivered a blunt assessment of his basketball following a second straight last-second loss.Yale 45, UConn 44.
It seems like an eternity since UConn last lost to an in-state foe.You have to go back to 1986.
Senior Ryan Boatright is not 100 percent healthy.
UConn sent along some injury updates today.
UConn saw its 44-game non-conference winning streak at Gampel Pavilion end in stunning fashion on Sunday.
Here at Gampel Pavilion for showdown between No. 24 UConn and No. 7 Texas.
Some UConn basketball news from Friday:
Looking for a great road trip?Then plan on joining the UConn men's basketball team in Hawaii in 2016.
Rest easy, UConn basketball fans.Jalen Adams and Steve Enoch, two future Huskies, have sent their signed letters of intent to UConn.
Here’s your post-game breakdown of UConn’s 66-53 season-opening victory over Bryant University: