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TheRoundUp 10/28: Your starting quarterback is.... still Johnny McEntee

UConn Football: Pasqualoni Sticks With McEntee at QB - Hartford Courant
Despite the boost freshman Scott McCummings has given the offense the past two games, junior walk-on Johnny McEntee is still the starter. Despite going 2-for-13 for 20 yards in the first half of a 35-20 loss at Pittsburgh Wednesday night, despite another game of near-miss interceptions, McEntee, who finished 17 of 33 for 193 yards and two touchdowns, is still the guy.

Journal Inquirer > Archives > Sports > UConn football notebook: Early drought dooms Huskies
UConn coach Paul Pasqualoni didn’t seriously consider lifting McEntee, though Scott McCummings did see more action than usual in the Wildcat formation and looked productive. Pasqualoni stuck with McEntee in the second half, and he went 15-for-20 for 172 yards and two touchdowns. One TD was a 62-yard strike to Kashif Moore on a blown coverage. The other was a 14-yard slant to Ryan Griffin late in the game.

An Hour With The Huskies " Blog Archive " 117-for-117 — Teggart sets BIG EAST mark during Pitt loss
Huskies kicker Dave Teggart quietly broke a BIG EAST record, nailing both of his PAT attempts, leaving him 117-for-117 in his career. That puts the senior one PAT ahead of former Louisville kicker Art Carmody on the conference’s consecutive PATs made list.

UConn Men Beat Holy Cross 4-2, In Home Hockey Opener - Hartford Courant
Billy Latta forced a turnover near the blue line, faked a shot that forced a defender to over-commit, then cut right before rifling a shot into the top left corner of the net, a tie-breaking goal with 11:48 remaining that pushed Uconn to a 4-2 victory at Freitas Ice Arena.

Kemba Walker leans on D.J. Augustin as NBA lockout makes transition from UConn to Bobcats difficult
"DJ Augustin, he's a guy who's already there and a guy who's been there a while," the Rice HS product said. "He's a point guard too, so I definitely lean on him to learn about the game."