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2dRyan McGee

McGee: A long overdue welcome back to you, college basketball

College basketball was one of the first sports canceled in March. Since then, the sport and its players have seen nearly every league at every level return. Now, it's finally time for college basketball's return.

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2dMechelle Voepel

Auriemma: Positive test not from player or coach

UConn coach Geno Auriemma said Tuesday that the positive COVID-19 test in his program did not come from a player or a coach. He also added that his core of young players have been a big part of helping him keep his spirits up during challenging times.

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3dMechelle Voepel

UConn women halt activities after positive test

A member of the UConn program tested positive for COVID-19, and basketball activities for the No. 3 Huskies have been suspended for at least 14 days.

15dGraham Hays

Auriemma: Adding Fudd may launch UConn run

Geno Auriemma is pushing back that signing No. 1 recruits, like Azzi Fudd on Wednesday, is a fair measure of a program's success but conceded that previous signing runs have provided the cores of some of the most dominant teams in UConn history.

Top 2021 recruit commits to UConn with help from her dog (0:19)
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16dKatie Barnes

UConn women land No. 1 prospect Azzi Fudd

Her first scholarship offer came when she was 12. On Wednesday, Azzi Fudd turned 18 and marked the occasion by signing her national letter of intent to play for UConn.

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29dMechelle Voepel

Auriemma: Voters need to 'do the right thing'

UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma said Thursday he's never been more disgusted by the things he sees happening in the country than at this moment and that the only remedy is for voters to show up Tuesday and "do the right thing."

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43dGraham Hays

No. 1 Bueckers warming to Auriemma trash talk

Paige Bueckers is already all too familiar with UConn coach Geno Auriemma's use of harsh sarcasm to motivate his biggest stars.