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Warde Manuel Still In Paul Pasqualoni's Corner - Courant.com
"I'm not even thinking about whether Paul is the right coach at this point in his tenure," Manuel said. "He's fine. Nobody is working harder than Paul and that staff and those kids. My expectation and his expectation is that we go out and we plan to win every game we go into. We just have to ensure that we're doing, as coaches, as players and staff, doing everything we need to do to put ourselves in position to win but that's not even remotely in my thought process, about whether or not we have the right coach. I think we have the right coach. We just have to get better."
The New Haven Register Blogs: Ramblings from The Runway: Couple of changes in depth chart
UConn just updated its two-deep chart for Saturday's game against Buffalo. The only changes were on the defensive line as Angelo Pruitt went from being listed as a reserve DT to the starting DE while DT Shamar Stephen is listed as the starting DT. With those moves Julian Campenni moves from first to second string at DT while Kenton Adeyemi is no longer on the two-deep at DE.
Five Things We Learned - Courant.com
amazing. Terry Easmon blew right over right tackle Kevin Friend and swallowed up Whitmer for an eight-yard loss. The junior college transfer has shown his toughness before, but he showed it Saturday while putting together his best numbers of the season, a good sign if he can keep it going. Whitmer kept the ball eight times and piled up minus-24 yards. He offset that easily with a 28 of 44, 333-yard, three-touchdown effort, including 19 of 31 for 207 yards and two TDs in the second half. He did have the critical interception near the goal line on the Huskies' second possession and was sacked, then his fumble was returned 53 yards for a touchdown to seal the victory for the Broncos, but this was a step in the right direction.
The New Haven Register Blogs: Ramblings from The Runway: Buffalo RB Branden Oliver is "day to day" with leg injury
Oliver current ranks fifth among FBS backs with an average of 142 rushing yards per game, a number which would be even higher if he didn't miss the entire second half on Wednesday night due to the injury.
The New Haven Register Blogs: Ramblings from The Runway: Time set for Rutgers game
The Oct. 6 game at Rutgers will kickoff at noon and will be televised on ESPNU.
UConn soccer captain named offensive player of the week - Norwich, CT - The Bulletin
With 36 career assists, Alvarez is currently tied for fourth in program history. He currently ranks 15th at UConn for all-time points with 70.