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Dom Amore

Dom joined the Courant in '88 and writes a weekly column while also covering the UConn men. The NSMA has named him Conn. Sportswriter of the Year 5 times. A lifelong state resident, he is an adjunct professor at SCSU and starting in '19, at Iona. His book, “A Franchise on the Rise: The first 20 years of the New York Yankees” hit shelves in '18.
Where are they now? A look at UConn basketball players who didn’t stick with the Huskies through college

Steven Enoch grew frustrated with his role at UConn and transferred out in 2017. He has now found a niche at Louisville, as a productive big man who can hit threes. Other former Huskies, Juwan Durham, Vance Jackson among them, have also found new college basketball homes.

Dom Amore: The time is now, the place is Yale for Bulldogs men’s basketball coach James Jones

Shouldn’t James Jones have been lured away by now to build a power-conference basketball powerhouse? He lives and coaches in the moment, and the moment is now, the place is Yale. The leaded glass windows, the incessantly clanging and whistling radiators of Ray Tompkins House, this is where Jones writes his chapters of Yale history.

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