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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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  • Rentschler Field's Top Moments In 10 Years

    The stadium on Silver Lane in East Hartford opened 10 years ago as the home for a UConn football program that was transitioning to Division I-A. The Huskies opened with a victory over Indiana and have gone 46-18 at Rentschler Field. They have sold out...
  • PP As In Pressure Point: Year 3 Brings Coach Paul Pasqualoni To Crossroads

    PP As In Pressure Point: Year 3 Brings Coach Paul Pasqualoni To Crossroads
    It has become the dirty mantra of UConn football … 5-7, 5-7 … It has become the song of mediocrity … 5-7, 5-7 … It is the rap of barely adequate for one season and not nearly adequate enough over the long haul. If Paul...
  • Circled In Penn: Temple Is The Place Huskies Kicker Can Atone

    Circled In Penn: Temple Is The Place Huskies Kicker Can Atone
    It wouldn’t be surprising to learn that UConn football players have the Maryland and Michigan games circled on their schedules. They’re highlights of the best football schedule UConn has had. A game against Temple in Philadelphia is part...
  • Some UConn Football Questions And Answers

    Some UConn Football Questions And Answers
    Desmond Conner has been the UConn football beat writer since 2008 and has been at The Courant for 22 years. We asked him a few questions going into this season: Q: How many games do you see UConn winning? I think a 7-5 or 8-4 season can be achieved with...
  • ACC Snub Is UConn Diss, Not Disaster

    ACC Snub Is UConn Diss, Not Disaster
    Do we want to join a club that won't have us as a member? Connecticut awoke Wednesday to the news that the University of Connecticut had been snubbed by the Atlantic Coast Conference. The ACC had an opening that UConn coveted and made a strong case for,...
  • Glastonbury's Courtney Latham: Unmistakable All-Around Talent

    Glastonbury's Courtney Latham: Unmistakable All-Around Talent
    COURTNEY LATHAM GLASTONBURY CLASS: Senior POSITION: Guard COACH: Brian Fleming ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Helped her team win three consecutive CCC tournament championships and the Tomahawks went to the Class LL semifinals twice and the quarterfinals once...
  • Huskies' Loss To Temple Had Errors, But Wasn't A Comedy

    Huskies' Loss To Temple Had Errors, But Wasn't A Comedy
    The UConn football season was already intriguing enough through six games. On Saturday, Murphy's Law got thrown in: Whatever can go wrong will go wrong — and it did. The Huskies had to absorb a 17-14 overtime loss to Temple before 37,279 at...
  • Younger Koistinen Wants Day In Court

    Younger Koistinen Wants Day In Court
    A former Windsor Locks police officer accused of killing a 15-year-old bicyclist while driving in town last year wants to take his case to trial. Michael Koistinen, 25, rejected a plea offer from the state Friday at Superior Court. In a proceeding that...
  • Randy Edsall Met The Challenge

    Randy Edsall was hired as football coach at UConn in 1998, bringing with him 18 years of coaching experience as an assistant but no real certainty in a program that faced plenty of questions. The Huskies were about to embark on a transition to what was...
  • Edsall Named Coach At Maryland

    Edsall Named Coach At Maryland
    Randy Edsall met with the UConn football team in the locker room after the 48-20 Fiesta Bowl loss to Oklahoma Saturday night, asking if anyone wanted to speak. The captains addressed the team, and running back Jordan Todman announced he was leaving the...
  • Edsall Calls Maryland His 'Dream Job'

    Edsall Calls Maryland His 'Dream Job'
    Randy Edsall has done the future before. This time, it was about his past. The architect of the modern UConn football program, Edsall was introduced Monday as the 34th head coach at Maryland, calling the opportunity to work at the school a "dream job"...