Paw Prints - The Daily Roundup - 11/13

Paw Prints - The Daily Roundup - 11/13

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Paw Prints - The Daily Roundup - 11/13

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Last night, the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team easily dispatched of Team SRP in their final tuneup before the 2008-09 campaign gets underway on Sunday. After the game, Geno Auriemma noted that freshman Heather Buck could be out for an undetermined amount of time. And of course Geno being Geno, he had to make a snarky remark about it.

“It’s just two days ago that it really kind of came to the surface,’’ Geno said. “She’s a healthy kid. She’s been healthy her whole life. It’s being thrown in with these slugs that got her sick I think. She was living in Stonington and eating right and getting rest and doing all the things that nice kids do and hanging around nice people. She was always healthy. Now put her in with these McDonald’s-eating vigilantes all the bad stuff happens.’’

As we used to say with the dreadlocked former outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, that’s just “Geno being Geno.”

The lone UConn women’s basketball recruit, Kelly Faris, sent in her letter-of-intent yesterday making it official.

John Altavilla of the Hartford Courant has the story of Caroline Doty and her missing teeth.

Renee Montgomery and her fellow seniors decided to hold Senior Night at the XL Center this season.

Renee Montgomery would like to cap her UConn career with an NCAA title.

Tiffany Hayes is glad to have her mom around for support since she’s far away from home.

Here are 5 keys to success for the UConn women’s basketball team.

The UConn women are ready for the 2008-09 season.

UConn men’s basketball recruits Alex Oriakhi and Jamal Coombs-McDaniel sent in their letters-of-intent yesterday.

Western Carolina coach Larry Hunter is hoping his players enjoy their visit to UConn.

Charles Okwandu may miss the opener tomorrow night against Western Carolina due to an eligibility issue.

Kemba Walker is looking to make an impression for the Huskies.

The UConn men’s basketball team is filled with a lot of potential this season.

Here are 5 keys to success for the UConn men’s basketball team this season.

Jeff Adrien hopes to be more explosive this season thanks to changes in his diet.

Hasheem Thabeet hopes to the be the centerpiece of the UConn men’s basketball team this season.

The UConn men’s team is thirsty for a Big East Championship this season.

ESPN.com’s Bracketology has UConn opening up as the #1 seed in Boston against Boston University.

UConn AD Jeff Hathaway talked about the new Big East commissioner John Marinatto.

The UConn women’s hockey team takes on Boston College tonight.

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