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Paul Pasqualoni

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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • UConn Football Coach Bob Diaco Can't Wait To Get Started

    UConn Football Coach Bob Diaco Can't Wait To Get Started
    NEWPORT, R.I. – Never mind the season, UConn coach Bob Diaco can't wait for practice to begin. "Think about Saturday," the briefcase-carrying Diaco said about the Huskies' first practice at the American Athletic Conference media day at the Hyatt...
  • Coach Pasqualoni Impressed With UConn's New Uniforms

    STORRS - In April, as part of UConn's school-wide rebrand, the football team changed its uniforms. Like every other sports team, red was introduced as an accent color, a look the football team hasn't had since the 1990s. The football team also changed its...
  • Chandler Whitmer-Led QB Group Has To Limit The Damage For UConn

    Chandler Whitmer-Led QB Group Has To Limit The Damage For UConn
    STORRS — If there’s one thing that we know Chandler Whitmer has, it is confidence. He’s also got guts and a passion for playing quarterback. What we don’t know yet know is if Whitmer, a UConn junior, is a winner. We know he...
  • A Star Tries Directing: Top LB Calling Signals For UConn Defense

    A Star Tries Directing: Top LB Calling Signals For UConn Defense
    STORRS — UConn linebackers coach Jon Wholley puts it this way: “The sky is the limit for Yawin Smallwood.” And Wholley is not alone in assessing the Huskies' 6-foot-4, 236-pound junior that way. Smallwood, from Worcester, was an All-Big...
  • Still Has That Look: Change In Coordinator, But System Will Be Familiar

    Still Has That Look: Change In Coordinator, But System Will Be Familiar
    STORRS — The nation’s ninth-ranked defense was housed right here. So was the nation’s 110th-ranked offense. You don’t have to be a sports writer to determine that if the latter ranking was a little closer to the former, UConn would...
  • Sharing A Corner Office: Vet Mack, Redshirt Frosh Williams Ready For Work

    Sharing A Corner Office: Vet Mack, Redshirt Frosh Williams Ready For Work
    STORRS — There is more than one pair of shoes to fill on the UConn defense. But stepping into one particular pair means being planted on a lonely island most of the time, so the fit better be right. Taylor Mack, a 5-foot-9, 175-pound senior who has...