Plenty To Discuss So Join Us for UConn Men’s Basketball Chat Friday, 10:30 a.m.

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Let’s see … where to begin? Four players definitely gone – two to the NBA ; two transfers. One was going to transfer but now UConn’s trying to keep him. Still appears the NCAA is not about to change any policies that would allow the Huskies into the 2013 postseason.

Seems like a pretty good time to pull up a chair and chat UConn men’s basketball with The Courant’s Dom Amore. So that’s just what we’ll do. Join us for a special Husky chat on Friday. We’ll kick things off at 10:30 to get your comments and questions in the lineup and then Dom will join from 11 a.m. to noon. See you then!

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One thought on “Plenty To Discuss So Join Us for UConn Men’s Basketball Chat Friday, 10:30 a.m.

  1. Bill Albrecht

    Not sure if I will be available for the chat so here is my comment/question. Who is the apparent brain dead individual at the NCAA who was quoted as sying that UConn’s progress regarding the APR was “minimal” about using the newer numbers. If the 2009/10 & 2010/11 numbers have UConn failing the APR requirements and the 2010/11 & 2011/12 numbers have them passing the APR requirements I need a nwe definition for “minimal”. I would also like to get a better understanding of how schools have “enough time” to comply when rules are applied retroactively as these clearly were? I would hope Malloy might instruct the AG to proceed with legal action against the NCAA on some level.

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