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Players who have orally committed to UConn: • Josh Alexander, FS/LB, 6-3, 210, Waldorf, Md. • Ty-Meer Brown, FS, 6-1, 180, McKeesport, Pa. • Gus Cruz, OL, 6-4, 260, Meriden, N.H. • Geremy Davis, WR, 6-1, 190, Norcross, Ga. ...
The Hartford CourantQUARTERBACKS Denzell Jones, Bloomfield, Sr. Tyler Murphy, Wethersfield, Sr. Pierre Narcisse, Windsor, Sr. Greg Palmer, Cheshire, Sr. RUNNING BACKS Max DeLorenzo, Berlin, Jr. Jonathan Esposito, Conard-Hartford, Jr. Julian Hayes, Xavier-Middletown,...
New Britain's 41-7 victory over Newington and losses by Seymour and Brookfield helped move the Golden Hurricanes up four positions to No. 6 in The Courant state ratings. Seymour, which lost to Naugatuck 27-13; and Brookfield, a 20-16 loser to New Milford,...
Tags: Soccer, Sports, Florida Panthers, Football
The Hartford CourantCapsule looks at area high school football teams. Schools which responded to The Courant's request for preview information are listed: CCC DIVISON I GLASTONBURY Last year: 13-0 Coach: Peter Pfeffer Top players: Joe Ghergurovich, sr., lineman; Sean...
As the high school football season rolls along, The Courant sports staff will match up each week of the current season with the highlights from the area scene on the same weeks 10, 15 and 20 years ago. Here are historical looks back at Weeks 1-6. We'll...
Tags: Jack Cochran, Dan Hynes, Saint Francis Care, Death, Greg Gagne
Sentinel Staff WriterARIZONA CARDINALS 2002 RECORD: 5-11. WHEN: July 25. WHERE: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Ariz. WHO'S NEW: Emmitt Smith, the Dallas icon who last year became the league's career rushing leader, was released in March and opted for pro football...
ChicagoSports.comDue to NFL contractual obligations we are forced to bring you the start of the Super Bowl XX rematch and miss the end of the Rams-Chargers thriller. But first CBS will bring you 30 seconds of dead air. OK, here we go. Champaign, Ill., the Bears, in...
Tags: Crimes, Phillip Daniels, Death, Brian Urlacher, Memorial Stadium
Baltimore Sun StaffIn the end, it wasn't regular-season MVP quarterback Kurt Warner who seized the moment, but second-year miracle worker Tom Brady. When the confetti finally flew, it wasn't the high-powered St. Louis Rams offense that celebrated, but the gritty New...
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