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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

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  • Catholic Charities Hands Out Awards At Hartford's Hope Breakfast Featuring UConn's Bob Diaco

    Catholic Charities Hands Out Awards At Hartford's Hope Breakfast Featuring UConn's Bob Diaco
    If you had a bad week and just needed a lift as the holiday season gets into full gear, a stop at the Marriott Hartford Downtown Friday morning would have just the fix you needed when it comes to spirit and hope. Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of...
  • Foxx (Offense), Adams (Defense) Win UConn Football Awards

    Foxx (Offense), Adams (Defense) Win UConn Football Awards
    STORRS — UConn held its annual football awards banquet Friday night and its first under coach Bob Diaco. There were the usual awards named after former Huskies and a couple of new ones incorporated by the new staff. UConn had seven recruits in...
  • UConn Football Lands More Commitments

    The UConn football program pushed its 2015 recruiting class to 23 commitments after filling a couple of needs over the weekend.  The Huskies had six uncommitted recruits visiting.  Nolan Ulizio is a 6 foot 5, 293 pound offensive tackle from West...
  • UConn Football Program Adds 3 Recruits

    The UConn football program pushed its 2015 recruiting class to 23 commitments with three more over the weekend, filling a couple of needs. The Huskies had six uncommitted recruits visiting. Nolan Ulizio is a 6-foot-5, 293-pound offensive tackle from...
  • UConn Will Honor Its 14 Seniors Before Game With SMU

    STORRS — Saturday is Senior Day for the UConn football team, and 14 players will walk onto Rentschler Field for the last time when the Huskies host SMU in the season finale. "If you can't be inspired by those guys after all they've been through,...
  • Ashiru's Father Had Harsh Words, And Diaco Was 'Crushed'

    Ashiru's Father Had Harsh Words, And Diaco Was 'Crushed'
    STORRS — This is the kind of accusation that can damage a college football program. It is a father's accusation that can damage a coach's reputation and his ability to recruit the sons of other fathers. It is an accusation that UConn coach Bob...
  • UConn's B.J. McBryde Hopes To Keep Playing After Saturday

    STORRS — B.J. McBryde's college football career comes to an end Saturday, but not his desire to keep playing the game. McBryde is one of 14 Huskies to be honored on Senior Day at Rentschler Field before a game against SMU (noon, CBS Sports...
  • After SMU, UConn Coaches Ready For Football Recruiting Trail

    STORRS — After 14 players compete in their final game and the football season ends for UConn Saturday, the coaching staff will move on to next season. UConn (2-9, 1-6) plays SMU (0-11, 0-7) at Rentschler Field (noon, CBS Sports Network). There...
  • Capsule: SMU (0-11) At UConn (2-9)

    The Basics Records: SMU (0-11, 0-7), UConn (2-9, 1-6) Site: Rentschler Field, East Hartford Time: Noon Line: UConn by 11.5 Weather: High 47 degrees, 90 percent chance of rain TV: CBS Sports Network: Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous, Lauren Gardner Radio:...
  • Huskies Too Sloppy Again In Season-Ending Defeat

    Huskies Too Sloppy Again In Season-Ending Defeat
    EAST HARTFORD — It's over. Thank goodness. The UConn football program's 2014 season officially ended Saturday with a debilitating 27-20 loss to previously winless SMU. The Mustangs showered interim coach Tom Mason with Gatorade after the mess...
  • The Wrap

     The Wrap
    First quarter UConn held SMU to a pair of field goals, including one off a fumble by Deshon Foxx. The Huskies also recovered a fumble when Andrew Adams picked up the ball and raced 32 yards for a touchdown, but the Huskies had a bad snap on the extra...