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Paul Pasqualoni

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  • It Was Ugly (3-9): A Lost Season From The Start

    Looking Back At 2013: It Was Ugly (3-9) A Lost Season From The Start By COLIN MCDONOUGH cmcdonough@courant.com There weren't a lot of highlights for UConn last year, and fan interest seemed to dim as the season wore on. A recap of good and bad from...
  • Closer Look At Bob Diaco And His Assistants

    Closer Look At Bob Diaco And His Assistants
    The Head Coach Bob Diaco became UConn's 30th head coach on Dec. 12, 2013. Paul Pasqualoni was fired Sept. 30, and interim coach T.J. Weist was not retained. The 411 on Diaco: Age: 41 High school: Cedar Grove (N.J.) College: Iowa (Class of 1995)...
  • After All The Buildup, UConn Football Takes Its First Step Tonight

    After All The Buildup, UConn Football Takes Its First Step Tonight
    STORRS — Excitement has been generated within the UConn football program. Excitement? UConn football program? Folks around here have seldom used those words in a sentence since the Huskies appeared in the Fiesta Bowl in January 2011. Optimism...
  • Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts as Bears' roster cuts loom

    CLEVELAND—Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears rested 40 of the 75 players on their roster Thursday night, concluding the preseason with a 33-13 loss to the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. 1. Roster cuts are coming. The Bears are required to reduce...
  • BYU's Hill Lives Up To Expectations

    EAST HARTFORD — The Heisman Trophy chatter started during the summer and was increasing as the season arrived. Just last week, ESPN analyst Danny Kanell cautioned that UConn would have its hands full with the "dark horse contender" for the Heisman....
  • Rentschler Tailgaters Optimistic About The Diaco Era

     Rentschler Tailgaters Optimistic About The Diaco Era
    UConn fans are united by one hope for the Huskies: Don't repeat last year. A year ago, UConn lost its first nine games on the way to a 3-9 finish, and coach Paul Pasqualoni was fired after an 0-4 start. But with fiery former Notre Dame assistant Bob...
  • At 21,000, Season Ticket Sales Lag For UConn Football

    STORRS - UConn coach Bob Diaco has had an awful lot on his plate since he was hired in December. One thing he wanted to do to help connect to fans was generate excitement for the program and get people into the Rentschler Field stands after a...
  • Casey Cochran At The Bat, But We'll See If He Stays There

    Casey Cochran At The Bat, But We'll See If He Stays There
    STORRS — Two quarterbacks are going to play, he announced, but this is not a two-headed monster. Bob Diaco is nothing if not a man bent on unity, choreography and convincing verbiage. Before he came out to address the media Monday night at the...
  • No Danger In Expecting Big Things From UConn Safety

     No Danger In Expecting Big Things From UConn Safety
    STORRS — Back in the spring, after first getting to work with Obi Melifonwu, UConn football coach Bob Diaco said that the sophomore is the best safety he has been around. Interestingly enough, Paul Pasqualoni, the Huskies' previous head coach...
  • Emotional Night For Wethersfield's Tyler Murphy

    Emotional Night For Wethersfield's Tyler Murphy
    It was, Tyler Murphy said, a day to remember. "And it was," Murphy said, "a night I will never forget. It's hard to put into exact words how special it was. I've never experienced anything like it." After the pregame walkthrough, Boston College coach...
  • Spotlight On QBs Whitmer, Boyle As UConn Hosts Boise State

    Spotlight On QBs Whitmer, Boyle As UConn Hosts Boise State
    EAST HARTFORD — UConn quarterback Chandler Whitmer had an interesting perspective of recent circumstances. "I can't imagine what I'd be like at home working a day job and seeing a situation where I could have played the game I love again,"...