Programming NotesUConn Football * Due to contract restrictions games can’t be streamed at wtic.com.
- 10/9 The Coach’s Show with Bog Diaco 6-7pm
- 10/11 @ Tulane 6:30pm pregame/ 8pm kickoff
- 10/21 The Coach’s Show with Bob Diaco 6-7pm
- 10/23 @ East Carolina 5:30pm pregame/ 7pm kickoff
- 10/5 vs Falcons 12pm pregame/ 1pm kickoff
- 10/12 @ Eagles 7:30pm pregame/ 8:30pm kickoff
- 10/5 vs Cincinnati 5:30 pregame/ 8:30pm kickoff
- 10/12 @ Buffalo 10am pregame/ 1pm kickoff
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