McEntee's fumble costly for UConn vs. No. 16 WVU - College Football - MiamiHerald.com
McEntee said UConn had West Virginia "where we wanted them" on the game-changing drive before things went sour. "The wrong person shifted, so I tried to take it and get a couple of yards," McEntee said. "I think the fumble gave them momentum and they came out and made plays."
WVU football: Mountaineers finish UConn with flourish - Sports - Charleston Daily Mail - West Virginia News and Sports -
WVU punted to start the second half and UConn moved to the WVU 13, but quarterback Johnny McEntee couldn't figure out how to slide on a 3-yard run and was hit by cornerback Pat Miller. The ball popped into the air and linebacker Jewone Snow recovered it at the 5 and returned it 80 yards to the UConn 12. Geno Smith threw the first of his four touchdowns on the next play.
UConn Football Notes: 'Bittersweet' Day For Redshirt Freshman - Hartford Courant
"It feels good, my first one; hopefully there's many more to come," Brown said. "To get in the end zone, of course, that's going to feel good but looking at the scoreboard … just feeling a little bitter."
UConn Coach Paul Pasqualoni: No One Likes Being 2-4 - UConn Huskies Football Blog | Hartford Courant | Desmond Conner
"Certainly I'm doing fine," Pasqualoni said. "Nobody likes being 2-4. That's not our standard, my standard as the head coach, the staff's standard, certainly not the players' standard, certainly not the fans' standard.
Bulls' focus shifts to UConn | TBO.com
The Huskies (2-4, 0-1 Big East) have lost four of their past five, but USF coach Skip Holtz believes their overall record is a bit misleading, pointing out three of the losses were by a touchdown or less. Holtz added UConn, which has won three straight at home against USF (4-1, 0-1), should be plenty motivated following a rough second half Saturday at West Virginia, where a 10-9 halftime deficit turned into a 43-16 rout.
No. 1 Men's Soccer Sets New UConn Shutout Record - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
The No. 1 UConn men's soccer program traveled to South Bend, Ind. and battled No. 11 Notre Dame to a 0-0 draw. The Huskies set a new UConn record with their ninth consecutive shutout dating back to September 9. UConn now stands at 11-0-1 (2-0-1 BIG EAST) while UND becomes 5-2-4 (1-1-1 BIG EAST).