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  • Paul Pasqualoni's Passion

    Paul Pasqualoni's Passion
    STORRS -- No matter how this thing turns out, rest assured first-year coach Paul Pasqualoni will put everything he has into his job as UConn football coach. "I think, very honestly, Coach P is about excellence," said George DeLeone, his good friend and...
  • Mr. Reliable, By A Foot

    Mr. Reliable, By A Foot
    How does UConn kicker Dave Teggart top his 2010 performance? "Just be consistent," said the senior from Northborough, Mass. "Whenever I'm out there, make the kick, that's it. That's all it is with me. I joke with [quarterback] Johnny Mac [McEntee] a lot....
  • The UConn Football Team's Slate Of Games

    The UConn Football Team's Slate Of Games
    This season will be the first in three years where UConn doesn't play a marquee nonconference opponent -- and that provides a reasonable adjustment period for the Huskies, who will be warming to first-year coach Paul Pasqualoni. The schedule gets...
  • Among BCS Schools, Big East Stuck In The Cellar

    For the UConn football faithful, a trip to the Fiesta Bowl announced the arrival of the young program. For many national college football analysts, the Huskies' berth in a BCS bowl announced the decline of the Big East Conference. The truth is, both...
  • A Look At The Big East Conference Football Schools

    A Look At The Big East Conference Football Schools
    Cincinnati Coach: Butch Jones Last year: 4-8, 2-5 in Big East The story: After winning the conference title the previous two years under Brian Kelly, the Bearcats struggled with first-year coach Butch Jones. They should be better this year. Senior...
  • With Just Three Penalties, UConn Off To A Clean Start

    With Just Three Penalties, UConn Off To A Clean Start
    A new system everywhere and coaches to boot. New players in some spots, too. There wasn't a lot of confusion on UConn's part in its 35-3 win over Division I-AA Fordham at Rentschler Field on Saturday. None at all, really. If you throw in the fact the...
  • TCU Might Not Join Big East Football After All; Impact On UConn

    In the fast-changing world of college football, it looks like the TCU football powerhouse might not be coming to the Big East Conference after all. The Big East had been waiting for TCU's arrival to shore up the football conference, but now the...
  • UConn Football Coach Paul Pasqualoni: 'For Me, Absolutely The Right Fit'

    UConn Football Coach Paul Pasqualoni: 'For Me, Absolutely The Right Fit'
    Paul Pasqualoni was introduced as the 28th head coach in UConn football history and the fourth in the past 25 years Friday, returning to the state where he was born and he began his coaching career nearly three decades ago. "This is very, very exciting...
  • Details Of Paul Pasqualoni's UConn Contract

    University of Connecticut Contract Summary, Paul Pasqualoni, Head Football Coach CONTRACT PERIOD: The term of the contract is January 14, 2011 through December 31, 2015. SALARY/PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MEDIA APPEARANCES: The contract calls for an annual...
  • Paul Pasqualoni Takes Over UConn Football Program

    With many of the state's high school coaches grinning ear to ear and some serious UConn brass flanked to his right, Paul Pasqualoni came back home, where he will coach the state's flagship program. Pasqualoni, 61, was introduced as the 28th UConn...
  • Lake Highland CB Ellis Marder commits to UConn

    Lake Highland CB Ellis Marder commits to UConn
    From the time Ellis Marder walked on the University of Connecticut campus, he was sold. The Lake Highland Prep cornerback was in Storrs, Conn., for a football camp and the UConn coaching staff was equally impressed with Marder. So two days after...