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The Hartford CourantThere was no deterring St. Paul-Bristol quarterback Logan Marchi from saying yes when UConn offered a scholarship. Technically, it was Temple that gave the 6-foot-1, 175-pounder his first opportunity around Memorial Day. The Huskies followed the next...
The Hartford CourantThe UConn football staff wrapped up its first camp Saturday and now it's on to the second. The Huskies don't have any players committed for 2014 yet, but these camps produce some players who could sign with UConn. "Camp was great," coach Paul Pasqualoni...
Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 125 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 125 to our projected No. 1 team. Today at No....
The Hartford CourantOn a day that included plenty of handshakes and introductions, coaches and athletic directors began the American Athletic Conference spring meetings by discussing the minutiae. They talked about bylaws and scheduling, heard about officiating and...
The Hartford CourantIt might be early, but when it comes to recruiting it's never too early. The UConn football program doesn't have a single recruit locked in for 2014, but coach Paul Pasqualoni is unfazed. One reason could be that not every school in the nation is...
The Hartford CourantThe UConn football program experienced a high point during last week's NFL draft with a school-record five players selected. Cornerbacks Dwayne Gratz (Jaguars) and Blidi Wreh-Wilson (Titans), and linebacker Sio Moore (Raiders) went in the third round...
The Hartford CourantA day after the Boston Marathon bombings, Shabazz Napier was looking into a WTNH camera and talking eloquently, soulfully about the pain of his hometown. It was then that Napier paused for a moment and said, "I always tell my close friends that the one...
The Hartford Courant— Jim Calhoun joked that his Bostonian pronunciation might have annoyed Noah Webster, that Mark Twain might not have approved of his syntax and that Harriet Beecher Stowe might have disapproved of his language. But nevertheless, Calhoun and Geno...
The Hartford CourantUConn coach Paul Pasqualoni was interested in fundamentally sound, basic football Saturday at Rentschler Field, nothing flashy, risky or complicated. The annual Blue White Game celebrates the end of spring practice and is the unofficial bridge to next...
The Hartford CourantThere were only a few thousand fans in the stands. The Rentschler Field turf was chopped up; in fact, the middle of the field looked more like a sand trap at TPC River Highlands. And because of the number of injuries, they didn't even keep score....
The Hartford CourantAfter 14 indoor practices, the UConn football team will hit the turf at Rentschler Field at noon and play something resembling a game Saturday. A lack of healthy bodies will prevent UConn from staging a traditional Blue-White Spring Game, so this year'...
UConn Football: For New Offensive Coordinator, Receivers Like Geremy Davis And Shakim Phillips Are Like GiftsThe Hartford CourantThey are often the first offensive players to arrive at the Burton Family Football Complex and among the last to leave the field after each spring practice. For a new offensive coordinator, having two experienced receivers is an asset. Having two...
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