Journal Inquirer - Football: Win over Pittsburgh crucial for UConn
The University of Connecticut football team didn’t play a game last week, but its chances at a Big East championship increased. South Florida defeated Rutgers on Wednesday and Louisville headed off Syracuse on Saturday, and the Big East race tightened behind undefeated Pittsburgh. UConn is 1-2 in conference, yet still has a chance for the conference crown. Except for Pittsburgh (5-3, 3-0), UConn’s opponent Thursday (Rentschler Field, 7:30 p.m., ESPN) every other team in the Big East has two losses in conference play.
Huskies sticking with Zach Frazer - Big East Blog - ESPN
"The biggest thing is I thought he made good decisions," head coach Randy Edsall said Sunday. "He ran the team the way I like him to run the team. We had a couple balls that probably could have been caught that weren't caught, which would have made his statistics a little better."
Pitt must find room with return of Greg Romeus - NCAA - SI.com
With Romeus out since the Utah game on Sept. 2 for Pitt (5-3, 3-0), junior Brandon Lindsey has emerged as one of conference's best defensive players. The defensive end has eight sacks, second in the conference to teammate Jabaal Sheard's nine. Lindsey also ranks second in the Big East in tackles for a loss.
Sunseri Finds A Groove Leading Pitt Offense - Courant.com
Lately, though, the offense has been on a roll, putting 106 points on the board in three consecutive Big East victories. And Sunseri, a redshirt sophomore from Pittsburgh, kind of found a groove.
The Day - Boatright commits to play at UConn | News from southeastern Connecticut
Nice to see this: "Boatright added that he felt a strong connection with Ollie, UConn's first-year assistant."
UConn has Maya Moore, and a lot of youth - NCAA - SI.com
The senior needs just 178 points to reach the scoring mark, and is 404 rebounds away from the rebounding milestone.