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The Hartford CourantSTORRS — Steve Addazio was talking the other day about how he, Paul Pasqualoni and a cadre of young coaches at Western Connecticut used to work deep, deep into summer and autumn nights in the '80s. It was like the Waltons, said Addazio, the second-...
The Hartford CourantPISCATAWAY, N.J. — At one end of HighPoint Solutions Stadium, behind an end zone UConn could only dream of reaching on this frustrating Saturday, are printed the words, "Birthplace Of College Football." And since that November day in 1869 when...
Tags: Jeff Hathaway, Randy Edsall, Crimes, College Football, Culture
MUNCIE - It could have stopped with an in-state rival, but Pete Lembo and his coaching staff were determined not to let that happen. Just a day removed from heart-stopping last second 41-39 victory over Indiana on September 15th, the Ball State coaches...
The Hartford Courant— It was during a special teams meeting last September that George DeLeone emphasized a point many UConn football fans already had made since the days of Randy Edsall. "I remember it distinctly," the UConn offensive coordinator said. "We're...
The Notre Dame men’s basketball team has exceeded all expectations so far this season. How long that lasts is up for discussion on local sport radio, but going into the season I did not hear or read anything but pessimism. Their leading scorer...
When I was 24 and living in a funky New York City apartment with roommates, roaches and ambitions that were both utterly consuming and utterly unfocused, I was convinced my generation was cursed. It was the early 1990s, and between a recession, the AIDS...
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I have to travel in a couple of weeks and stay in a hotel for several days. I have been reading and hearing a lot about the bedbug epidemic in New York, Washington and Baltimore. Do you know of any way I can make sure I do not pick up any bedbugs while...
Nittany LinesMichael O'Connor, a 6-4 pro-style quarterback groomed at a football academy in Florida, made an oral commitment to Penn State on Saturday. O'Connor announced his decision in his hometown of Ottawa. He will be eligible to sign his Letter of......
TV WatchersA Parkland grad and Freddy Award winner will perform, along with the other members of the Penn State all-male a cappella singing group at 9 a.m. Wednesday on NBC's "The Today Show." Ben Mays, a 2011 Parkland graduate will sing......
The Varsity BlogJosh Loeffler is back in the Patriot League. The former Lafayette men's basketball assistant is now an assistant at Patriot League newcomer Loyola (Md.), joining first-year coach G.G. Smith's staff. Smith is the son of longtime Division I head coach......
Nittany LinesPenn State athletic director David Joyner expects the addition of Rutgers and Maryland will lead the Big Ten toward a "geography-based" realignment. In an interview posted on Penn State's website, Joyner said that the conference is leaning toward re-...
L.A. NOWTwo of the emerging providers of online college classes, Coursera and edX, are announcing significant expansions in the numbers of campuses that will join their organizations and offer free courses. The high-powered competitors, both founded last year,...
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