Now a Nutmegger
Anyway, it'll be helpful living in Connecticut and covering the Huskies. Living in Cranston, R.I. wasn't a terrible hassle -- it only took about an hour's drive up Route 6 to get to Storrs. (Hartford, of course, was a bit more of a pain). But it certainly could be inconvenient at times. Like the time I got an e-mail at night saying UConn practice would be open at 10 a.m. the next day. So I leave at 8:30 to make sure I get there on time, only to find out that an e-mail had been sent at about 8:35 saying practice had been pushed back to 4 p.m. Rather than stick around Storrs for 6 hours, I took the hour's drive back home, then returned later. At least now, it'll only be about a 40-minute drive.
Looking forward to life in the Nutmeg State. My wife produces the 6 p.m. news at Channel 30, and my 21-month old daughter has day care right down the street, so this is the place we need to be right now.
Should be back soon with some actuall UConn hoops news.