SNY New Home of UConn Football & Hoops

SNY.tv’s UConn homepage

SNY, the television home of the New York Mets, Jets and Big East Conference, in conjunction with The University of Connecticut today announced a comprehensive, multi-year partnership that makes SNY “the official television home of the UConn Huskies football and men’s basketball programs”. To read more of this story, click here

Bryon Allen Looking at 4 Schools

Point guard Bryon Allen of Upper Marlboro, Md. is looking at four schools for next year.

The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Allen is considering Siena, Oregon, Boston College and Providence.

“I’m signing in April,” Allen said Sunday by phone, referring to the NCAA late signing period.

Allen initially committed to West Virginia but lost his scholarship opportunity when Joe Mazzulla was granted a medical redshirt. Mazzulla will be back with the Mountaineers in 2010-11.

Allen spent two years at Oak Hill (Va.) Academy but is spending his senior season playing for Jere Quinn at St. Thomas More in Oakdale, Conn. Allen said he chose St. Thomas More because the New England schools play in a league with a shot clock. To read more of this story, click here

Today on the SNY Blog Network

For an off-beat look at New York sports, and to watch the latest closer campaign commercial for the Mets, and the latest episode of The Nooner, go to TheNoonerBlog.com.

Tommy Dee, at TheKnicksBlog.com, talks about a potential Knicks-Nets trade.

At ZagsBlog.net, Adam Zagoria has news on the St. Johns coaching staff.

Brian Bassett, at TheJetsBlog.com, wonders how long Laveranues Coles will be upset that Chad Pennington was released.

At MetsBlog.com, Matthew Cerrone talks about Jerry Manuel’s ability to use the media, not fight them.

Toby Hyde, at MetsMinorLeagueBlog.com, details the three Brooklyn Cyclone pitchers who were named All Stars.

At GiantsFootballBlog.com, Anthony De Rosa has Giants Training Camp coverage.

Lastly, at WasWatching.com, Steve Lombardi wonders if Joba Chamberlain should be shut down for the season.

Today on the SNY Blog Network

Watch today’s episode of the Nooner over at TheNoonerBlog.com.

At WasWatching, Steve Lombardi says that Carl Pavano and Phil Hughes will make rehab starts for the Charlestown RiverDogs.

Tommy Dee of TheKnicksBlog grades the Renaldo Balkman trade, while Adam Zagoria at ZagsBlog has full coverage of the Big East media day.

Brian Basset at TheJetsBlog has a look at the what the Jets have done on defense, while Anthony De Rosa at Giants Football Blog has Giants Training Camp coverage.

Toby Hyde at Mets Minor League Blog gives an update on Fernando Martinez, who is ‘coming along’ after his latest injury.

Lastly, at SNY.tv, Ted Berg says, although he looks just like Tom Morello, Raul Ibanez isn’t nearly as ‘awesome.’

Today at SNY Blog Network

Watch today’s episode of The Nooner over at TheNoonerBlog.com.

At Was Watching Steve Lombardi says to credit Joe Girardi for Mike Mussina’s resurgence.

Tommy Dee at TheKnicksBlog says that Kobe Bryant is a fan of Mike D’Antoni.

Brian Basset at TheJetsBlog has full coverage as Training Camp starts today.

Matt Cerrone at MetsBlog has a report on the trade market for relief pitchers.

Toby Hyde at Mets Minor League Blog recaps all of yesterday’s Mets minor league action.

Anthony De Rosa at GiantsFootballBlog has Giants Training Camp coverage.

At SNY.tv, Keith Hernandez takes viewer questions.

Also at SNY.tv, Joey Wahler catches up with Baseball Hall of Fame hopeful Steve Garvey.

SNY Becomes Official Home of Big East

Just came back from the press conference announcing that SNY has become the Official Home of the Big East.

Beginning this September, SNY will feature more than 800 hours of Big East programming, including a minimum of 16 football games per season and the Saturday afternoon “Game of the Week.” The network will also air an ensemble of weekly Big East football coaches’ shows. SNY is now the exclusive TV home of Rutgers football, which includes a weekly sit-down interview with head coach Greg Schiano, his Monday morning press conferences and “Inside Rutgers Football with Greg Schiano.”

“This is huge for the Big East Conference to have this presence in New York City,” Schiano said. To read more of this story, click here