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University of Connecticut 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 University of Connecticut Football Articles

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  • Sexual Assault Allegations At UConn Lead To Many Questions

    Sexual Assault Allegations At UConn Lead To Many Questions
    STORRS — The number of feminists who say they hate being lectured about campus sexual assault by stodgy, gray-haired men is equaled only by the number of young men who say they hate being lectured about the "jock culture" by feminists who know...
  • Take the Points: College Football Week 13 Picks

    Take the Points: College Football Week 13 Picks
    Today marks the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination.  It was a landmark event, one that changed the course of history and left a nation forever shaken.  The assassination was one of those events where you’ll never forget where you were,...
  • UConn Football Notebook: Injuries Continue To Take A Toll

    PHILADELPHIA — UConn athletic director Warde Manuel was a lot happier after the game — and in the second half — than he was in the first of UConn's 28-21 win at Temple Saturday night. It was the Huskies' first win of the season after...
  • UConn Football: Here's The Report Card On UConn's Win Over Temple

    Defense Line: Temple quarterback P.J. Walker (26 of 46, 280 yards, one touchdown) was sacked five times.The Huskies had eight sacks on the season coming into the game. Defensive end Tim Willman had a tremendous game with two of the sacks and he also...
  • UConn Defense Vows To Build On First Win; Ready For Rutgers

    STORRS — The UConn defense is starting to show signs of what it once was. The Huskies held Temple to 101 yards and zero points in the second half of a 28-21 victory at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday. "We're trying to finish strong," senior...
  • With 2 Games Left, UConn Football Team Looks To Finish Strong

    A 3-9 season is hardly anything to be happy about. That is, unless you started 0-9, as the UConn football team did. A 3-9 finish would mean the Huskies finished strong. It also would mean the Huskies would have won two or more consecutive games for...
  • Many Names To Consider For UConn Football Head Coaching Job

    Many Names To Consider For UConn Football Head Coaching Job
    STORRS — You want to know the name of the next UConn football coach. We want to know the name of the next UConn football coach. And because we are unable to deliver that name today, you may decide to stop reading right about … here. Like a...
  • UConn Keeps Up That Winning Feeling, Beating Rutgers

    UConn Keeps Up That Winning Feeling, Beating Rutgers
    EAST HARTFORD — Now the UConn offense is really appreciative of the effort its defense gives. Usually — but not so much this season — it's been because the D has saved an inconsistent O's butt. On Saturday, the UConn defense was...
  • T.J. Weist Refuses To Take Focus Off UConn's Game Saturday

    STORRS — The last week of the season could be one of the more interesting in UConn football history. As 14 seniors and junior linebacker Yawin Smallwood (likely an early NFL entrant) prepare for their final game Saturday against Memphis and close...
  • Take the Points: College Football Week 14 Picks

    Take the Points: College Football Week 14 Picks
    It’s Thanksgiving week, that special time of year where we eat enough food to feed a third world nation, then get drunk and pass out at 7pm while blaming it on the tryptophan.  This continues for four straight days until we wake up on Monday ten...
  • The Wrap On UConn Football's Win Over Memphis On Saturday

    Good numbers 45 – points 461 – number of passing yards for Casey Cochran 15 – number of receptions for Geremy Davis 11 – number of receptions for Deshon Foxx Bad Numbers 75 – number of yards rushing Turning Point...