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Discussion in 'UConn Basketball' started by the Blades, Oct 4, 2018.
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NBC Sports: 2018-19 American Preview: This is the year of the AAC rebuild
Sports illustrated - AAC basketball preview: Team rankings and scouting reports
Dark Horse Team to Win the Conference: UConn
Hurley’s Rhode Island teams have won big, and there’s a deep, talented and experienced roster already waiting for him in Storrs. UConn hasn’t performed to its rosters capabilities over the last few seasons under Kevin Ollie. Should Hurley be able to flip the script, Adams and Co. could very feasibly claim this conference championship.
AAC preseason power rankings - ESPN.com
AAC basketball: Andy Katz's predictions and power rankings
5. UConn: O.K., this is where it gets interesting. Teams at 5-8 could end up finishing higher or in a muddled middle. The Huskies are one of those squads. Dan Hurley doesn’t accept mediocrity — and he doesn’t have to with this group. He’s got plenty to work with in Jalen Adams, Christian Vital and a healthy Alterique Gilbert. If the Huskies buy in defensively the way Hurley coaches, then they could be one of the most surprising teams — not just in the American. Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall told me that UConn has a strong roster, and he’s right. The Huskies will be a player in Hurley’s first season.
NY Daily News (via the Courant) - Dan Hurley's UConn Team Expected To Have Renewed Toughness, AAC Coaches Say...