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UConn Football Preview: Read Stories From The Courant's Special Section -
The Courant went all-out for their season preview. Tons of stuff to check out here.

How Frey, Shoemate fit into UConn mix not entirely clear - GreenwichTime
Unofficially, Todman begins the season with two backups. Both Robbie Frey and D.J. Shoemate, the latter an offseason transfer from USC, are listed as second on the depth chart. Which of those two spells Todman when the Huskies open the season Saturday against Michigan is still in doubt.

Huskies expect to see more than one Michigan QB
Sophomores Denard Robinson and Tate Forcier along with freshman Devin Gardner have been close throughout preseason camp, Rodriguez said, and it’s likely that more than one will play against the Huskies.

UConn Injury Report | mgoblog
Here's Michigan's injury report: Out: Fitzgerald Toussaint (knee), Jared Van Slyke (clavicle), Troy Woolfolk (ankle) Questionable: Junior Hemingway (hamstring) Never doubt Junior Hemingway's ability to get injured.

UConn Hopes to Spoil Michigan Stadium Party ::
One of college football's all-time great stadiums will show off a complete face lift when the University of Connecticut Huskies visit Ann Arbor for the season opener against the vaunted Michigan Wolverines on Saturday.

From 'never' to walking: Brock Mealer will lead Michigan football team onto field Saturday -
Check out the story of Brock Mealer, brother a Michigan offensive lineman Elliott Mealer. After a 2007 car accident, doctors said Brock would never walk again. Tomorrow he'll lead Michigan's team onto the field.

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UConn granted extension in case by NCAA- The New Haven Register
UConn has been given a second extension to submit its response to the NCAA’s allegations of eight major recruiting violations.

UConn Huskies adds Germany's Niels Giffey to men's basketball team - ESPN
Connecticut has added a 19-year-old swingman from Germany a day after announcing that sophomore forward Ater Majok withdrew from school.

Will College Football Sell in New York? -
A confluence of new stadiums, new strategies to take New York and even a bowl game has resulted in something the city hasn't seen in years: a crowded college-football landscape, a heightened battle to be the region's team and, dare we say, a college-football renaissance in New York.

Instant analysis: Utah 27, Pitt 24 (OT) - Big East Blog - ESPN
What it means: Pitt's national title hopes are over. Lewis' Heisman Trophy chances are already on life support. But it's not the end of the world. The Panthers showed a lot of heart in coming back and forcing overtime, and their main goal of winning the Big East is still alive. But they will have to shore up some weaknesses, especially in pass coverage, with Miami coming to town for the third game of the season.