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Counting Down the Most Important Wins in UConn's FBS History

Football season is near! Let's get back into the swing of things by reminding ourselves that UConn Football has actually had some really great wins in it's short time in major college football.

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Best Wins in UConn Football History - #4

Iowa State and Seneca Wallace were college football's biggest story in September 2002. So when their season ended with a crushing loss to UConn, the entire country took notice of the Huskies.

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Best Wins in UConn Football History - #5

UConn christened Rentschler Field by obliterating a Big Ten team. Not a good Big Ten team, or even an okay one, but Indiana did play in the Big Ten. And UConn crushed them.

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Best Wins in UConn Football History - #6

By beating USF in 2007, UConn notched its first win over a ranked team and would achieve the highest Top 25 ranking in school history.

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Best Wins in UConn Football History - #7

Thanks to a light national schedule, a 4-5 UConn team made its debut on ABC when USF came to town with BCS dreams. UConn dashed those hopes and kept its own bowl hopes alive.

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Best Wins in UConn Football History - #8

On a Thursday night in front of 40,000 screaming fans and a national television audience on ESPN, UConn beat eventual conference champion Pitt for its first Big East conference victory.

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Best Wins In UConn Football History - #9

On a dreary Thanksgiving morning in New Jersey, UConn football secured its first bowl berth

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Best Wins in UConn Football History - #10

UConn finished the 2006 season by losing five out of its last six games. It was the one win in double overtime that gave fans hope.

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