No matter how many times the UConn Huskies were told they couldn’t do something, they wouldn’t listen.
Well, look who’s woofing now.
Caught up with UCONN mascot Jonathan the Husky deep in the bowels of AT&T Stadium in Arlington before the NCAA Championship game.
Connecticut and Kentucky couldn’t have met in last year’s championship game and few people gave them a chance to be in this year’s.
Ryan Boatright plays defense like a personal-space-invading bully, getting into his opponent’s chest, bumping him around, chopping at his arms, tangling up his feet.
The Final Four is the perfect combination of hardcore fans and rich people with awesome tickets. From the parking lot to the suites I’ve observed just a few things.
The Gators have won every game since that loss at Connecticut on Dec. 2. The teams meet again Saturday in the Final Four. They both have changed and they both have stayed the same.
Doors open at 11 a.m. for a busy day at AT&T Stadium ahead of the Final Four tip off.
A look at Saturday’s games at the Final Four – live from AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
On Friday, after Iowa State had cut a 17-point deficit to four with two minutes left, Boatright made what his coach called the play of the game.
Wilt had some unbelievable games here. Ali and Frazier fought here. The players who will take the court at Madison Square Garden this weekend, though, don’t remember any of that. And yet they still regard the Garden as the World’s Most Famous Arena.
Among his fellow Connecticut Huskies, he ranks second in scoring, rebounding, and blocks. Playing alongside Shabazz Napier, he can go unnoticed.
A 52-year-old Connecticut man who was banned from all Six Flags theme parks nationwide in 2006 is scheduled to begin presenting his case to a jury in San Antonio.