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Fans who were celebrating UConn's national championship were causing minor property damage in Storrs.
Thousands of Connecticut students stormed the court at Gampel Pavilion on Monday night as if the Huskies had just won the national championship at home.
Kemba Walker, coach Jim Calhoun and the national champion Connecticut Huskies are coming home, with a big welcoming party waiting.
Great things can come from letting children play in the kitchen. This recipe for brown-sugar-and-spice-rubbed pork tenderloin is a great example. It came about after I let my 5-year-old son play with whatever he could reach from the spice cabinet one afternoon.