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UConn Football

The UConn Huskies football team became an NCAA Division I-A team in 1999. It has been a member of the Big East Conference since 2004. The team plays its home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford.
The UConn Huskies football team became an NCAA Division I-A team in 1999. It has been a member of the Big East Conference since 2004. The team plays its home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford. « Show less

Top UConn Football Articles

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  • Keyion Dixon Of Glastonbury Commits To UConn Football

    UConn received its second commitment in as many days when wide receiver Keyion Dixon of Glastonbury made it official Friday. Temple and UMass had also offered scholarships to the 6-foot-3, 182-pound Dixon, who also played quarterback and defensive back...
  • UConn Football Insider: Better Not Take FCS Villanova Lightly

    UConn Football Insider: Better Not Take FCS Villanova Lightly
    There was a 59-point win over Texas Southern in 2010, a 32-point win over Fordham the next season followed by a 37-0 blowout of UMass in 2012. So it really wasn't all that long ago UConn was dominating Division I-AA or Football Championship Series teams....
  • UConn Football Gets First 2016 Commitment

    UConn Football Gets First 2016 Commitment
    UConn received its first football commitment of 2016 from Donovan Williams, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound quarterback from Virginia's C.D. Hylton High. Williams, who will be a senior, orally committed to James Madison in May. Williams, a dual threat...
  • Diaco: McQuillan Has Left UConn Football Team

     Diaco: McQuillan Has Left UConn Football Team
    STORRS — Sean McQuillan is no longer a member of the UConn football program, head coach Bob Diaco told reporters Friday. Diaco made the announcement before the second annual Women's 101 Football Clinic. Diaco said earlier this week, McQuillan, a...
  • UConn Tight End McQuillan's Assault Case Continued To July

    UConn Tight End  McQuillan's Assault Case Continued To July
    VERNON — The case of a UConn football player accused of assaulting his roommate has been continued to next month. Tight end Sean McQuillan is scheduled to return to Superior Court in Rockville on July 16, a court clerk said Tuesday. The senior...
  • Bob Diaco's Actions Might Be More Embarrassing For UConn Than 2-10 Season

    Bob Diaco's Actions Might Be More Embarrassing For UConn Than 2-10 Season
    Bob Diaco said he's putting a target on Central Florida, but, really, he is putting a target on his own back. And you know what? The UConn football coach doesn't give a damn. He seems to relish it. As he said he might do after UConn's unexpected 37-29...
  • UConn Football Insider: Missouri Could Cause Misery For Huskies

    UConn Football Insider: Missouri Could Cause Misery For Huskies
    The Missouri Tigers will be focused on winning their third consecutive SEC East title. Think about that. When Mizzou left the Big 12, most of the college football world said it was a mistake, that the Tigers didn't belong in the mighty SEC. The first...
  • Diaco Won't Back Down On UConn-UCF Football Rivalry

    Diaco Won't Back Down On UConn-UCF Football Rivalry
    Say what you want about UConn coach Bob Diaco's desire to create a rivalry with Central Florida, but he is not backing down. The Huskies' second-year coach knew exactly what he was doing when the football office pushed out a tweet hyping a rivalry game...
  • UConn coach says he doesn't need UCF's consent for rivalry

    UConn football coach Bob Diaco has created a trophy and countdown clock, saying Monday he doesn't need UCF's permission to manufacture a rivalry game with the Knights. Diaco's office last week posted a picture on Twitter (http://bit.ly/1F4kDfb ) of a...
  • UConn Football Insider: UCF Has Extra Motivation Vs. Huskies

    UConn Football Insider: UCF Has Extra Motivation Vs. Huskies
    UConn returns to Bright House Networks Stadium Oct.10 when the Huskies face Central Florida. Don't be surprised if this one doesn't end up on national TV. Two years ago, the Knights pounded UConn 62-17 in Orlando. And now they have more motivation....
  • UConn Football Insider: BYU, QB Taysom Hill To Provide Huge Challenge

    UConn Football Insider: BYU, QB Taysom Hill To Provide Huge Challenge
    UConn has gone through spring football practice and will begin again in August, and the first game of the season is Sept. 3 at home vs. Villanova. The Huskies not only have the toughest football schedule in the American Athletic Conference in 2015 but...