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
Connecticut sophomore guard Rudy Gay announced he will skip his final two seasons of eligibility and enter the NBA draft at a news conference on campus Monday.
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.
Call it 'Eight Degrees of Final Four Separation,' but be sure to begin with John Lucas.
Forget re-seeding the Final Four. And while you're at it, forget calling UConn-Duke the real championship game.
The preseason pick to win it all, UConn hopes to put its season-long problems behind in March.
Connecticut junior center Emeka Okafor has a small fracture in his lower back that is causing back spasms, but he can still play if he withstands the pain, Dr. Jeff Anderson, Connecticut's director of sports medicine told ESPN.com Thursday.
So, who'll join Jameer Nelson and Emeka Okafor as first-team All-Americans? We think we know.
The Huskies finally have a chance to live up to the preseason hype: after having sat out the first six games of the season, Villanueva has been cleared to play.
The nation's No. 1 team still isn't complete, which keeps UConn uncertain about its championship future.
Expectations are higher than ever for freshmen, but Duke just may have one capable of playing a lead role.
Charlie Villanueva on Sunday committed to Connecticut for next season, a source at the school confirmed for ESPN.com.
Who stays and who leaves early dictates the early favorites to win the 2004 national championship.