It hasn't been a typical season for Connecticut. The Huskies have struggled to stay above .500 and are now dealing with an NCAA inquiry.
UConn will try to stay focused on the court when it travels to take on No. 22 Wichita State on Saturday in an American Athletic Conference rematch.
The NCAA inquiry into the program's recruiting was made public in late January. UConn athletic director David Benedict says the university is fully cooperating.
"We're going to fight to protect our university brand," Benedict told the Hartford Courant this week. "We're going to fight to protect our men's basketball program, because we believe that we have been doing all of those (proper) things and we're very committed to compliance."
In the meantime, the Huskies (12-12, 5-6 AAC), continue what has been a disappointing season by UConn standards. The Huskies snapped a three-game losing streak with a hard-fought 68-65 win over South Florida on Wednesday. << Read more
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