A few more passes had slipped through receivers' hands and/or bounced off shoulder pads, the ball skidding across the grass. At this point in a really sloppy UConn football practice Sunday on campus, coach Randy Edsall had seen enough.
"I'm sick of it," he yelled. "We need to pick it up."
Later, with the offense gathered in front of him, he yelled again. It was colorful.
"Where's the … leadership?" Edsall said. "Where's the … personal pride?"
By most accounts and observations, it's been a productive and encouraging three weeks of preseason camp for the Huskies. A 90-minute workout Sunday, which followed two days of mostly...