The UConn Huskies had to stay at another hotel after their initial rooms in Las Vegas were reportedly filled with «dirt, vomit and worse,» but their bad luck didn’t end there.
While practicing for their Sweet 16 matchup against Arkansas, shortly after their shocking discovery at Luxor, the Huskies had personal belongings stolen from the team bus.
Head coach Dan Hurley called him a «disaster» and a «debacle».
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«Obviously, when you play at UConn, you have tremendous resources. The way we travel gives us the opportunity to go for championships. It wasn’t what you expected when you came to Las Vegas for the Sweet 16,» Hurley added.
«We didn’t know there would be police reports from day one. We didn’t know we’d be moving tail between our legs back to the hotel just to pick up our bags and leave. It was an awkward situation. But we’re in a much better place now.»
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The Huskies moved into a «high-end hotel» with seemingly no problems, with sporting director David Benedict saying «everything worked out.»
Freshman Donovan Clingan said his iPad was stolen, an app located him three miles away, and a team manager said his personal computer was stolen.
The team contacted local police, but the mishaps clearly didn’t bother them one bit on the pitch.
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The Huskies dominated the eighth-seeded Arkansas Razorbacks on Thursday night, 88-65. UConn will now face No. 3 Gonzaga after his comeback win in a 79-76 instant classic against the second-seeded UCLA Bruins.