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  • Nov. 11, 2010: Fourth-And-Won. Gamble Helps UConn Defeat Big East Leader

    Nov. 11, 2010: Fourth-And-Won. Gamble Helps UConn Defeat Big East Leader
    EAST HARTFORD -- Well, that was exciting. UConn coach Randy Edsall answered a controversial Pittsburgh touchdown late in the fourth quarter with an intriguing call of his own, and it secured a 30-28 win over the Panthers before 35,391 at Rentschler Field Thursday night.
  • 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...

    2011 UConn Football Roster

    Listed alphabetically NO. NAME HT/WT POS. CL. HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) 14 Kamal Abrams 5-10/175 WR FR Dover, Del. (Dover) 22 Andrew Adams 5-11/185 S FR Fayetteville, Ga. (Woodward Academy) 95 Kenton Adeyemi 6-4/257 DT FR Wethersfield, Conn. (Fork...

    Huskies Are Hoping Improvement Is Net Result

    Huskies Are Hoping Improvement Is Net Result
    The Huskies placed 93rd out of 118 Football Bowl Subdivision, or Division I-A, teams in net punting last year. Cole Wagner averaged 41.3 yards a punt, the third-best single-season average in school history. But the net punting average (total positive...

    Although paralyzed, former Gibbons athlete embraces new sport

    Although paralyzed, former Gibbons athlete embraces new sport
    Four years ago, Nick Williams was a popular volleyball player at Cardinal Gibbons High School. Like most young athletes, he dreamt of leading his team to a state title and playing in college. Wheelchairs were the least of his worries. Life is different...