Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun announced his retirement Thursday.
Andy Katz went searching for next season's Tyrus Thomas and may have found him lurking in Storrs. * 2007 Top 100
It could have been the debut of the nation's No. 1 team. Instead, this UConn team needs some work.
it could have been the debut of the national presason No,. 1 team. Instead, this was UConn team that will be on display for at least the first semester.
UConn's the defending champ. Why is no one talking about the Huskies' repeating?
He's not Emeka Okafor (yet), but defending champion UConn has a dependable low-post threat in Josh Boone.
Yes, Rudy Gay is just a freshman, but he has already been anointed as the next Ray Allen, Rip Hamilton or Caron Butler.
UConn's Charlie Villanueva has looked like a different -- and better -- player at the USA Basketball trials.
Losing last year motivated UConn to get back to San Antonio, where it left as champion, writes Andy Katz.
Sure, UConn is the 2004 national champ. But who are the teams to watch in 2005? Start with these.
While the Hall doors may not have opened for Jim Calhoun this year, the UConn coach is among the elite.
From NIT semis to NCAA title game. Plenty has changed for both UConn and GaTech.
Those in the Alamodome on Saturday night witnessed two of the most compelling Final Four games ever.
They'll play to their strengths, but the Blue Devils know that may play into UConn's as well.
UConn, Georgia Tech and Duke all expect their injured stars to start Saturday's semifinals.
Call it 'Eight Degrees of Final Four Separation,' but be sure to begin with John Lucas.