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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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  • 2011 Fiesta Bowl: UConn Fans Diary

    The Hartford Courant and courant.com are out to provide the very best coverage of the Fiesta Bowl for you the fans. We've hooked up with six-diehard UConn football fans who have promised to bring us all along on their trips to Arizona as the Huskies...
  • Fiesta Bowl 2011: D-Coordinator Hank Hughes And Players Talk

    Here is some of today's question and answer with UConn defensive coordinator Hank Hughes, LB Lawrence Wilson, LB Scott Lutrus, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson and DT Kendall Reyes as provided in a transcript from the Fiesta Bowl: Hank Hughes - Assistant Head...
  • UConn Football Coach Paul Pasqualoni: 'For Me, Absolutely The Right Fit'

    UConn Football Coach Paul Pasqualoni: 'For Me, Absolutely The Right Fit'
    Paul Pasqualoni was introduced as the 28th head coach in UConn football history and the fourth in the past 25 years Friday, returning to the state where he was born and he began his coaching career nearly three decades ago. "This is very, very exciting...
  • Carbone's holds its 9th Annual Cigar & Scotch Social on June 14th

    Carbone's holds its 9th Annual Cigar & Scotch Social on June 14th
    Holy cow: single-malt scotch, cigars and Carbone's food? Mind blown. For the ninth year running, the Hartford Italian food mainstay has hosted a special evening for a great cause — the Petit Family Foundation — and featuring interesting hosts;...
  • Koistinen Pleads No Contest To Manslaughter In Death Of Windsor Locks Teenager

    Koistinen Pleads No Contest To Manslaughter In Death Of Windsor Locks Teenager
    Michael Koistinen, a former Windsor Locks police officer who struck and killed a 15-year-old bicyclist with a car in October 2010, pleaded no contest on Tuesday to second-degree manslaughter and tampering with evidence. Koistinen was scheduled to go to...
  • Why ex-governor Rowland shouldn't call out the New Britain to Hartford busway

    Why ex-governor Rowland shouldn't call out the New Britain to Hartford busway
    Boondoggle. It's a lovely word that conjures up nightmare visions of vast sums of taxpayer money squandered by political idiots or crooks. A dictionary definition calls it "a wasteful or impractical project often involving graft." Which leads us, not...
  • Has all of the taxpayer money spent on UConn football been worth it?

    Has all of the taxpayer money spent on UConn football been worth it?
    It's been a decade since construction began on the $92 million Rentschler Field, where the University of Connecticut plays seven times a year in the semi-pro world of bigtime college football. Although the stadium's books show a modest operating...
  • 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...
  • Jan. 2: Back-To-Back Losses: Edsall Hired As Football Coach At Maryland

    Randy Edsall met with the UConn football team in the locker room Saturday night after the 48-20 Fiesta Bowl loss to Oklahoma, asking if anyone wanted tospeak. The captains addressed the team, and running back Jordan Todman announced that he was leaving...
  • Jan. 13: UConn Makes Football Pick: Pasqualoni Head Coach

    Paul Pasqualoni, who graduated from Cheshire High School and coached at Western Connecticut State University, is coming home. He will be named UConn football coach Friday at a 12:30 p.m. press conference in Storrs. Pasqualoni, 61, will replace Randy...
  • The Voters Speak: Comments On The UConn Play Of The Year

    Chris: All of these plays were amazing and were great choices, but I had to go with Kemba's shot during the Pitt game. I'm in the Pep Band, and seeing that shot courtside was unreal! Puneet: The Springer catch and Teggart's BCS clincher were great, but...