It's all about golf for Ray Allen -- for now
You may have seen Allen play golf, too. President Obama did over the weekend at Martha's Vineyard. Allen was back at it again as Calhoun's charity weekend concluded on Monday with a golf outing at The Golf Club of Avon.
Here's Allen at the long drive contest:
And here's our story on Allen from Monday's event, where he talks about his round with the President, as well as his future plans regarding basketball.
*** Meanwhile, here's a look at UConn's non-conference schedule. (Times and sites haven't fully been determined yet):
Tues 4 SOUTHERN CONN. STATE UNIVERSITY (exhibition)
Sun 9 ASSUMPTION COLLEGE (exhibition)
Fri 14 BRYANT
Thu-Sun, 20-23 Puerto Rico Tip-Off San Juan, P.R.
Thu 20 vs. College of Charleston ESPNU Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan, P.R. 2:30 pm
Fri 21 vs. Dayton/Texas A&M ESPNU Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan, P.R.
Sun 23 vs. TBD ESPN Networks Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan, P.R.
Sun 30 TEXAS ESPN2 noon
Fri 5 YALE
Sun 14 COPPIN STATE
Thu 18 vs. Duke ESPN IZOD Center, E. Rutherford, N.J. 8 pm
Mon 22 COLUMBIA
Sun 28 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT
Sat 3 at Florida TBA O’Connell Center, Gainesville, Fla.
Sat 17 at Stanford TBA Maples Pavilion, Palo Alto, Calif.
Thu-Sun 12-15 American Athletic Championship ESPN Network XL Center, Hartford, Conn.
*** Finally, we can confirm to you (we have sources) that UConn will be picked to finish second in the American Athletic Conference this season by Lindy's magazine. SMU will be tabbed for first place.
It's very debatable, but not entirely unfair. SMU may have lost out on Emmanuel Mudiay, but the Mustangs have Nic Moore, Markus Kennedy and Keith Frazier among their talented returnees, along with Xavier transfer Justin Martin. And, of course, SMU did beat UConn twice last season.
Of course, the Mustangs didn't even get an invite to the NCAA tournament (they wound up advancing to the NIT finals). UConn won the national championship. So there's that.