UConn Football Team Needs To Slow Down Up-Tempo Western Michigan - Courant.com
The 6-foot-2, 224-pound Carder has thrown for 987 yards and seven touchdowns for 2-2 WMU and is coming off consecutive 300-yard passing performances, including a 306-yard effort in last week's 23-20 loss to then-No.24 Illinois.
Western Michigan - UCONN Preview: An Interview With The UCONN Blog - Hustle Belt
WMU, if they're smart, will load up with defenders in the box and go 1-on-1 with receivers. Teams have been doing that to UConn for years, but previously we had running backs (NFLers Todman and Donald Brown) who could make the most of it. We don't have that now...UConn actually needs consistently solid QB play. I'm scared.
Huskies hoping for second win against MAC - Houston Chronicle
"I think we've got the pieces in the right place now," Pasqualoni told reporters this week. "(We've) adjusted the offensive line, so that is what it is. We're going to get back to 100 percent healthy in the tailback position. We kind of know the direction we're going at the quarterback position."
No. 1 Huskies Prepared For BIG EAST Showdown at No. 8/9 Louisville - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
The No. 1 UConn men’s soccer squad will travel to Louisville, Ky. for a crucial BIG EAST Conference clash on Saturday night at No. 8/9 Louisville. UConn, 9-0-0 (1-0-0 BIG EAST) is one of two remaining teams with a perfect record at the midway point of the season. Louisville was the preseason No. 1 team in the nation and stands at 6-2 (0-1-0 BIG EAST). The Cardinals lost in the 2010 NCAA Championship.
Top UConn football booster gives his blessing to move to ACC - GreenwichTime
"It's going to all boil down to money," Burton said. "So I ask the question, what's better, the Big East or the ACC? I look at it from a business standpoint and say, what's going to generate more revenues for UConn or some of these other schools?"
UConn's situation still all the talk in-state - CBSSports.com
Plenty of questions still linger. Everyone up here is asking them every day. Connecticut's willing to answer and let the world know, again and again, it wants into the ACC as soon as possible.