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TheRoundUp 9/20: Don't even think about looking for good news

Edsall Looking At QB Position; Changes Possible -
The continued lack of production in the passing game will lead UConn coach Randy Edsall to take a closer look at the play of his quarterbacks in practice this week.

UConn's Edsall Doesn't Second-Guess Decision To Attempt FG Late In Loss To Temple -
On the road, down 11, was attempting the field goal the right move?

No Answers In UConn's Loss To Temple -
Jordan Todman was the first person to apologize. After injuring his elbow and still running for 192 yards, he should have been the last.

Todman Knows It Got Away From Huskies -
"No excuses. Hurt or not hurt. My job is to hold on to the ball as a running back and I'll say I apologize to my team, all the Connecticut fans for that mistake, but it's over now, gotta keep moving."

Big East Things We Know, Things We Might Know, and Things We Don't Know - Voodoo Five
Connecticut is not nearly as good as all the hype.

What we learned in the Big East: Week 3 - Big East Blog - ESPN
The passing game is holding UConn back.

Big East power rankings, Week 4 - Big East Blog - ESPN
5. Connecticut (1-2): I really thought UConn was one of the four best teams in this league and that the Huskies would have a real shot of winning the Big East. It still could happen. But after last year's five losses came by a total of 15 points, UConn already has two defeats by a total of 34 points. That does not look like progress.

The UMass football offense one-upped UConn in its visit to Michigan's "Big House'' |
UMass fans now have this rebuttal: their team played a better game at Michigan than UConn did.