The Big Easy wasn’t very friendly to the UConn football team last Saturday night. The Huskies struggles continued in a dismal 12-3 loss to Tulane at spanking new Yulman Stadium.
UConn is moving forward with plans to build a new soccer stadium, thanks in large part to a pledge of $8 million from a former player.
Nick Montana passed for a touchdown, Tulane’s defense produced three turnovers and a safety, and the Green Wave defeated UConn 12-3 on Saturday night.
With its first game in the Hockey East conference Friday, UConn becomes just the ninth school with top-tier programs in football, basketball and hockey, joining Boston College, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State and Wisconsin.
On Friday, the Huskies open the 2014-15 season as the 12th member of Hockey East, a conference that boasts eight national titles and storied programs such as Boston College, Maine and Notre Dame, which joined a year ago.
Former UConn coach Randy Edsall is preparing his Maryland Terrapins for their inaugural Big Ten home game, against Ohio State.
Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun will join ESPN’s college basketball coverage this season.
41-year-old UConn Men’s Basketball Coach Kevin Ollie laced up his running shoes Wednesday and ran the 3.4 mile “Husky Run” course course with his team and some of its fans — and finished in 21 minutes, 25 seconds, ahead of all but two of his players.
The University of Connecticut is getting ready for another basketball season with plans for “First Night.”
UConn says fundraising has been completed for a statue honoring UConn football player Jasper Howard, who was fatally stabbed on campus five years ago.