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UConn Football Depth Chart Shows Young Linebacker Corps - Hartford Courant
It could change week to week, but true freshman Jefferson Ashiru (6 feet 1, 210) will back up junior Sio Moore at one outside spot. In the middle, Seymour's Mike Osiecki (6-1, 238), a redshirt freshman, is backing up Yawin Smallwood, another redshirt freshman who earned a starting outside spot in the spring, then moved to the middle with junior Jerome Williams out with a sore knee; he's expected to return in October.

UCONN FOOTBALL: Huskies embracing role as underdogs - Houston Chronicle
Too many question marks stemming from the mix of youth and inexperience in several key areas — specifically at quarterback, tailback and linebacker — has softened the outlook for the time being, at least to those on the outside.

Big East Conference Football Preview: UConn Huskies - SB Nation New York
An early season feeling have the Huskies finishing fifth in the conference, but the way the Big East turned out last year it's really any ones title to earn. Luckily for UConn fans, they have the talent to contend for another conference championship it just depends on how fast Pasqualoni can pull everything together.

UConn's offensive line assignments being finalized - Norwich, CT - The Bulletin
No position in the trenches would look as different as guard. The preseason depth chart had a pair of inexperienced, yet capable players in the lead, with former backup center Gary Bardzak at left guard and Steve Greene, a redshirt sophomore, on the right side. Instead, the two-deep for Thursday’s game against Fordham at Rentschler Field has the pair in an "OR" situation on the left side, and the versatile Adam Masters shifting from right tackle to right guard.

UConn wins men's soccer season opener - Norwich, CT - The Bulletin
Reid had asked St. Francis on Tuesday to move the game, originally scheduled for Saturday night, to Friday night. St. Francis refused and said it would only come on Saturday. Reid was stuck. He didn’t want to go a month into the season with just one preseason scrimmage, so he relented and UConn persevered with a 2-0 win over the Terriers.

UConn Concludes Action At TCU Tournament - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
The University of Connecticut volleyball team closed out the first weekend of action during the 2011 season this evening, as the Huskies ended the TCU Tournament with a 1-2 record. UConn defeated Grambling State and fell to Texas Tech and the host Horned Frogs.