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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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  • Rooting For Johnny McEntee

    Rooting For Johnny McEntee
    — He walked in as a walk-on, he'll walk out as a walk-on. Johnny McEntee started 12 games at quarterback for the UConn football team. He finished the only road victory over a Top 25 opponent in program history. Over five seasons, he also never...
  • Don't Worry — UConn In A League Of Its Own

    How many of you had Florida Gulf Coast University advancing to the Sweet 16 in your NCAA Men's basketball pool? Yeah, right! Keep an eye on all the national attention raining down on this new Cinderella, the first 15th seed to advance to the Sweet 16....
  • Wrecking Ball: Huskies From Jersey Want To Destroy Rutgers

    Wrecking Ball: Huskies From Jersey Want To Destroy Rutgers
    STORRS — Dwayne Gratz grew up in Piscataway, five minutes from Rutgers' football stadium. He needed five seconds to bare his feelings Tuesday about his state university. "I don't like Rutgers," UConn's starting senior cornerback said. "I never...
  • About Our UConn Football Fan Correspondents

    Click the headline for some more about our UConn football fan correspondents. " UConn Bob" Cardin from Glastonbury has not missed a game at The Rent and is hitting .750 [3-for-4] when it comes to attending bowl games. His oldest son has just been...
  • 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...
  • Creative Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas

    Creative Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas
    The “last night out” before the wedding day is a time-honored tradition. But not every bride and groom wants a night full of shots and scantily-clad dancers. Here are some more creative ways to celebrate impending nuptials. FOR THE GUYS...
  • UConn coach Pasqualoni tabbed to be main speaker at Lauren's First and Goal

     
    As usual, Lauren's First and Goal has a top-notch speaker lined up to headline its one-day camp at Lafayette. In the past, Phil Simms, John Harbaugh and Jerry Sandusky, among other coaching stars, have spoken at Metzgar Fields. This year, they've got...
  • Live On Twitter: UConn Football News Conference

  • Connecticut Closeup of East Hartford

    Connecticut Closeup of East Hartford
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: First settled as a part of Hartford around 1640 when Podunk Indians went to Massachusetts seeking settlers willing to come to the Connecticut River Valley. The land east of the river was made a separate town in 1783. GO HUSKIES:...
  • Dec. 30, 2007: Wake Forest Rallies As UConn Offense Can't Get Going

    The trucks rolled out of Storrs and headed for Charlotte with all the equipment needed to send the UConn football team on the field ready to compete. The fans showed up, too, making the city streets Friday evening look as if Husky blue were a mandated...
  • Truth, Not Blue Wall Of Silence, Should Rule In Windsor Locks

    The question now in Windsor Locks is how much worse is it going to get for the police department once all the details surrounding one of their own hitting and killing a teenager in a fatal crash finally come out. Already it looks bad, with damning...
  • Lawyer Claims Windsor Locks Cop Wasn't Drunk

    Lawyer Claims Windsor Locks Cop Wasn't Drunk
    The attorney representing the off-duty Windsor Locks police officer who struck and killed a teenage bicyclist acknowledged Monday that his client was drinking at a bar before the crash and that responding officers never asked him to submit to a blood/...