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UConn Football Future Opponents: Week 6

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Check out how the rest of UConn’s schedule fared this week.

East Carolina v South Florida Photo by Joseph Garnett Jr./Getty Images

UConn was throttled by Memphis Saturday night, giving up over 630 yards of offense in a 55-14 loss at the Liberty Bowl. Check out how the rest of the Huskies’ remaining schedule fared this weekend.

USF (5-0) - Oct. 20

USF returned from a bye week to roll past UMass on the road. Running back Jordan Cronkite ran for a program-record 302 yards on 23 carries and scored three touchdowns to power the Bulls to a 58-42 victory. UMass quarterback Andrew Ford was one of three quarterbacks that took snaps in the the loss and threw for nearly 200 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Minutemen coach Mark Whipple, who was suspended for this game due to insensitive postgame comments following last week’s loss to Ohio, returns to the sideline when they take on Coastal Carolina on Oct. 20 after UMass’ bye week.

UMass (2-5) - Oct. 27

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Tulsa (1-4) - Nov. 3

The Golden Hurricane had Houston on the ropes in their Thursday night matchup, leading the Cougars 26-17 with 13 minutes left to play before Houston stormed back to score 24 unanswered points to hand Tulsa its fourth loss of the season. Golden Hurricane running back Corey Taylor II ran for 152 yards and one touchdown in the 41-26 loss and Tulsa racked up 426 yards of total offense.

SMU (2-4) - Nov. 10

SMU was the latest victim for UCF, who defeated the Mustangs 48-20 for their 18th-straight win, adding on to the longest active win streak in the country. Wide receiver James Proche was the standout on offense for SMU, hauling in 12 catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns.

ECU (2-3) - Nov. 17

After beating Old Dominion last weekend, ECU was throttled by Temple on the road, suffering a 49-6 defeat. The Pirates offense couldn’t do much of anything, mustering just 196 yards of offense and only 12 first downs. Meanwhile, Temple quarterback Anthony Russo put together an impressive performance, throwing for 254 yards with four touchdowns to four different receivers and just one interception. Ryquell Arsmtead added 91 yards and a score on the ground for the Owls.

Temple (3-3) - Nov. 24

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