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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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  • Former UConn Star Jordan Todman Signs 1-Year Deal With Panthers

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Panthers announced they've signed free agent running back/kick returner Jordan Todman from the Jacksonville Jaguars to a one-year contract. Financial details were not released Monday. Todman, 25, has spent the last three...
  • On The Fly: Believe It Or Not, It's Baseball Season

    On The Fly: Believe It Or Not, It's Baseball Season
    Carson Cross of UConn is having a great season. He is 6-1 with a 1.49 ERA, 65 strikeouts, and teams are batting .178 against him. He was named AAC pitcher of the week for the second time this season. And Vinny Siena of Woodbridge had nine RBI and scored...
  • Huskies Will Have More Depth This Season

    Huskies Will Have More Depth This Season
    STORRS — Depth. The UConn football team, in one aspect, will be rich in that area compared to last season's team, which ran with scholarship numbers in the 60s due to departures, injuries and other factors. UConn will have 84 scholarship...
  • UConn Players Make Most Of Chance To Drill Lundqvist

    UConn Players Make Most Of Chance To Drill Lundqvist
    STORRS — Four UConn hockey players — captain Ryan Tyson, Brad Smith, Jacob Poe and Cody Sharib — were a little nervous in the early-morning hours of March 21. Their alarms rang at 6 a.m. and they were in the car by 6:15, about a half-...
  • Casey Cochran Calls A Good Game, But On Other Side Of Microphone

    Casey Cochran  Calls A Good Game, But On Other Side Of Microphone
    STORRS — People who know Casey Cochran or have a decent understanding of what he's about will tell you that he probably can do anything he wants in life. He's well-rounded, talented, smart — qualities that can lead to success. He was all-...
  • UConn Football: Defense Looks To Get To Next Level

    UConn Football: Defense Looks To Get To Next Level
    STORRS — The Huskies and their defense were on a getting-to-know-you basis last season. Now, it's time to take the relationship to the next step. "Last year was the first year in our defense, we were at the 100 level, where you're basically...
  • UConn Football Notebook: Defense Ready For Next Level

    What’s goin on? Here’s today’s UConn football notebook and also a story on new media member Casey Cochran. UConn’s next open practice is Friday… DC
  • UConn Football: Back To Spring Practice

    What’s goin on? It’s been awhile since we’ve been here. Computer issues had something to do with that but the Huskies were also on spring break last week. They got four practices in before they went only one of which included media...
  • UConn Football Team: Back To The Daily Grind

    UConn Football Team: Back To The Daily Grind
    STORRS — Graham Stewart killed time during spring break sitting on the couch at home in Durham, petting Bud White — the family dog — a pit bull who is nothing like the violent "L.A. Confidential" character he's named after. "No, he's...
  • UConn Football: 22nd Toughest Schedule In Country

    UConn Football: 22nd Toughest Schedule In Country
    UConn will not only have the toughest football schedule in the American Athletic Conference in 2015 but the 22nd toughest in the nation, according to FBschedules.com. The Huskies are tied for No. 22 with Southeastern Conference member South Carolina....
  • Angelo Pruitt Shares His Story At UConn Panel Discussion

    Angelo Pruitt Shares His Story At UConn Panel Discussion
    STORRS — Angelo Pruitt left the UConn football program as a senior last September. Coach Bob Diaco said Pruitt's decision was based on a lower leg injury stemming from a genetics issue that had already caused him to miss two games. Pruitt sat on...