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STORRS – Linebacker Sio Moore remembers returning to Connecticut on Jan. 2, 2011, just hours after losing to Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. He remembers it like it was yesterday. More than anything else, he remembers the sadness and pain, not from the loss, but from the news that greeted the Huskies when their plane landed.
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STORRS – Former Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall on Tuesday apologized for the abrupt manner in which he departed the program in January 2011 when, hours after losing to Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, he accepted the head coaching job at Maryland.
According to a press release on the UConn Huskies website, UConn men's basketball point guard Shabazz Napier has undergone surgery to repair a stress fracture in his right foot.
Here's the release:
STORRS, Conn. --- University of Connecticut junior guard Shabazz Napier (Roxbury, Mass.) will be out of action for the next several weeks as he recovers from surgery on his...
Shabazz Napier’s diagnosis has gone from “symptomatic discomfort” in his right foot to stress fracture and on Friday Connecticut’s junior guard had surgery. The school announced Monday that Napier, UConn’s most experienced returning player for 2012-13, will be held out of action for “the next several weeks” as he recovers.