The UConn Fast Break - June 15, 2020

All the UConn sports news you need to know. Not affiliated with the University of Connecticut.


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U Gotta See This

Video recommendations

  • It’s been an absolute joy watching Geno’s Huskies dominate the competition:

  • Relive the “Kemba Stepback” through the eyes of #15 himself:

UConn, Great Pic

Photos of UConn’s finest

  • Ray Allen showed his support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement with this symbolic haircut and heartfelt post. CLICK HERE to read the post in its entirety:

Coach’s Corner

Find out what the UConn coaches are up to on and off the court

Big League Buzz

Catch up on former UConn players working across the sports world

What They’re Chirpin’ About

Highlights from the UConn Twitter-verse

  • UConn Football is making some serious noise on the recruiting trail...

  • ... so much so that they’ve vaulted to the 67th ranked recruiting class in all of Division-I:

  • James Bouknight is on everybody’s radar these days:

  • To help UConn Athletics put a dent in their budget deficit, they could sell customizable cardboard cutouts of fans and place them in the stands during games. They could also find a way out of Rentschler Field:

  • Budgets are tight but we’re still getting new stadiums:


Fun expressions of Husky fandom from across the web

  • Such a classic look! We have no doubt you’ll put them to good use:

  • UConn in the NFL?! How exciting! Not sure about that 82% fan rating though...

  • Nobody puts slanderous haters in their place like us:

Memory Lane

Revisiting the history of UConn sports

Weekly Fancast

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.

Feast your eyes on this rebroadcast of the 1999 national championship clash between UConn and Duke, featuring a post-game interview with Ricky Moore and Rashamel Jones:

CLICK HERE to watch the original broadcast of this game for the ages!

Cause We Care:

Learn about non-profits and charitable causes benefiting the great people of Connecticut

While the work of these organizations is certain to benefit CT residents, their missions to end systemic racism, enable social justice, and empower underserved communities don’t stop with the Nutmeg State. Here are some of the causes fighting for a better America:

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