Campus Connect: College Sports, Entertainment & Viral News – 2/11

It’s Monday, February 11, so a new week is set to begin. College life can be busy, so at times it can be tough to keep up with the daily news cycle. That’s why we bring you Campus Connect, where you can catch the latest news in college sports and entertainment to keep on top of the buzz that everyone on campus will be talking about.

What happened last night? What events are coming up today? We have you covered with all of that and more.

Let’s dive right in.


College Sports News

Three University of New Hampshire football players have been suspended from the team following their arrests on felony riot charges.

This past Monday, former Texas Longhorns star Vince Young was arrested on DWI charges in Fort Bend County, Texas. This would not be the first time the former 2006 third overall pick fell into trouble with the law. In 2016, Young was arrested on a DUI charge in Austin, Texas.


COED Girl of the Day

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Today, we feature Teddi Mansueto, a student at the University of Central Florida.


Entertainment News

On Saturday, February 9, the Ultimate Fighting Championship held UFC 234 at Sydney, Australia for the promotion’s first pay-per-view event of 2019. As is always the case, the energy at a live mixed martial arts event was evident through the broadcast and a large part of the hype leading up to a bout can be the fighter’s walkout.

Disney dropped the first full-length trailer for Aladdin, their latest live-action venture, during the 61st annual Grammy Awards.


Highlight Of The Day

In 2002, @KingJames and @carmeloanthony faced off as 17-year-olds.

LeBron dropped 36, Melo 34. pic.twitter.com/tvlO9hO2EY

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 11, 2019

This throwback of LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony is amazing.


Food of the Day

NEW Avocado Bacon Burger at @NHLBruins & @celtics (Cred: @tdgarden) 🍔🥓 pic.twitter.com/pqWOBfsPIh

— Kari Steele (@KariVanHorn) February 10, 2019

Boston, we see you.