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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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  • UConn Football Report Card: No Win, But Team Shows Improvement

    UConn Football Report Card: No Win, But Team Shows Improvement
    Although UConn lost 31-21 to No. 18 East Carolina, this was the Huskies' best overall performance of the season. Still, there wasn't a win, which is what they need. Still, the Huskies were much improved Thursday night, especially on offense, where it...
  • On The Fly: Tom Brady Over The Hill, Eh?

    On The Fly: Tom Brady Over The Hill, Eh?
    Tom Brady, the future Hall of Famer and all-around cool guy, tossed five touchdown passes and completed 30 of 35 passes in Sunday's 51-23 thumping of the Bears. And four of the incompletions were dropped by his guys. That's four wins in a row. How good...
  • UConn Scores A First: A First-Quarter Touchdown

    UConn Scores A First: A First-Quarter Touchdown
    GREENVILLE, N.C. — The Huskies played their seventh game of the season Thursday night against East Carolina. And until then, the Huskies had scored six touchdowns on the season, none of them coming in the first quarter. That is, until...
  • The Wrap

    The Wrap
    First Quarter The Huskies didn't turn the ball over but they allowed 14 points with cornerback Jhavon Williams getting torched twice. But the Huskies were down to make this one a game when they answered quickly after the Pirates took the two-TD lead....
  • Libertarian Challenges 9th House District Incumbent

    Libertarian Challenges 9<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> House District Incumbent
    Richard Lion, a Libertarian who has previously run for state representative and mayor of Hartford, is challenging Democratic incumbent Jason Rojas in the 9th House District. This is Lion's seventh run for public office. Lion, who describes himself as...
  • Living A Rock 'N' Roll Dream At Foxwoods

    Living A Rock 'N' Roll Dream At Foxwoods
    With every riff and cymbal crash, dreams were being lived inside of Foxwoods hotel rooms as the fourth floor of the Fox Tower was turned into the first East Coast  Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp in mid October.  Aspiring singers and musicians performed...
  • ECU Quarterback Shane Carden Could Give UConn Fits

    ECU Quarterback Shane Carden Could Give UConn Fits
    When UConn lines up on defense Thursday night, the best quarterback in the American Athletic Conference will be taking snaps on the other side. UConn is catching East Carolina quarterback Shane Carden as his star soars. The senior is 10th in the nation...
  • McDonough: UConn Football Staying On Improvement Message

    What's goin on? Colin McDonough filed this UConn Football story Sunday in my place Sunday (Thanks C!). DC 
  • UConn Football Midseason Report Card

    What's goin' on? Here's our midseason report card for 1-5 UConn Football DC
  • UConn Football: Game Notes For East Carolina

    What's goin on? Here's a look at the game notes for UConn's game at No.18 East Carolina (7 p.m. ESPNU) DC
  • UConn Football's Bye Week Over; Back To Basics In Prep For East Carolina

    For a 1-5 team, there is no such thing as too much practice. So while the UConn football team has experienced two bye weeks over the past three weeks, the scheduling quirk has offered an opportunity. UConn travels to East Carolina (5-1, 2-0 in the...