TheRoundUp 10/27: Pittsburgh 35, UConn 20

Jeff Jacobs Quarterback Change: Time For UConn To Change Quarterbacks -
No, McEntee didn't throw an interception. And, yes, he has thrown only four through eight games. But that might be the most misleading statistic of the UConn season. If you remember especially the Vanderbilt and USF games, he could, no lie, he could have 12 to 15 interceptions this season. It is no stretch to say he leads the national in should-be picks.

Pitt beats UConn, but loses Graham - Big East Blog - ESPN
Meanwhile, the Huskies offense showed some signs of life but for the most part, quarterback Johnny McEntee was flummoxed once again. Amazingly, the UConn offensive line played worse than Pitt did, even down a starter. It all adds up to yet another disappointing performance for the Huskies.

Double Trouble: UConn Huskies' Offense Sputters Again, Defense Can't Stop Pittsburgh Panthers " CBS New York
Ray Graham lasted all of four plays against Connecticut before going down with a potentially serious right knee injury. So after a week spent focusing on slowing down one of the nation’s top running backs, the Huskies never saw Tino Sunseri coming. Pittsburgh’s junior quarterback passed for a career-high 419 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score as the Panthers got back into the conference race with a 35-20 victory Wednesday night.

Two-Goal Night For Diouf Leads UConn Past Marquette, 3-0 - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
With tonight's result, UConn can now win the regular season crown with a victory over Seton Hall on Saturday and a loss or tie by Marquette against Pittsburgh that same night.

UConn's Bartus sharp in net - Norwich, CT - The Bulletin
After a 5-14-1 freshman campaign, Bartus went 14-15-4 last season. The Huskies are 2-2-1 heading into tonight’s home game against Holy Cross, and Bartus, a junior allied health major, is second in the nation in saves (191) and 12th in save percentage (.936).

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