The UConn Fast Break - July 13, 2020
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U Gotta See This
If you’re a fan of UConn baseball and The Office, you’ll love this:
Pardon The Interruption reminding us that BC is trash:
UConn, Great Pic
Photos of UConn’s finest
We’re lucky to have these high-character coaches leading our proud program:
Big League Buzz
Catch up on former UConn players working across the sports world
With professional sports gradually returning, here’s an extended Big League Buzz with this week’s major storylines involving UConn alumni:
After overcoming a devastating injury, Breanna Stewart is ready to retake the court when the WNBA season begins. Speaking of devastating, here’s what she had to say in response to Kelly Loeffler’s tone-deaf commentary:
ESPN @espnSen. Kelly Loeffler, co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, has written WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert to express her opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement and ask the league to put an American flag on every jersey. https://t.co/5baNXQ5orM
UConn football products have made their presence known in the pros:
Maya Moore dishes on UConn women’s basketball and how proud she is of former Huskies joining her in the fight for social justice reform:
Without question, Rip wore it best.
Revisiting the history of UConn sports
Kemba and Bazz highlight Andy Katz’ Top 10 list of college ballers this decade:
A fun one to click on the quote-tweets:
We’re very much liking the direction this thread is heading:
Once UConn sports return, we’ll provide info for the week’s upcoming games in this space. Until then, enjoy some classic recommendations from the vault.
On August 30, 2003, UConn football welcomed Indiana University to town for the first-ever game at Rentschler Field. CLICK HERE for a full breakdown of UConn’s 34-10 victory and check out this highlight of RB Terry Caulley fighting for a huge gain:
Cause We Care:
Learn about non-profits and charitable causes benefiting the great people of Connecticut
This week, we’re putting the spotlight on BE The Change, a new organization whose mission is to create a “conference-wide advocacy platform that will enable BIG EAST stakeholders to engage on a wide range of contemporary racial and social justice issues.” CLICK HERE to learn more about this worthy cause and find out how you can help #BETheChange!
A parting sentiment from The Fast Break team
Please abide by Geno’s wishes and show some respect by wearing a mask:
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