Sorry it’s taken so long to come up with this but it’s been a busy few days. But now is a good time to bring down the curtain on the 2017 UConn Football Season which ended with as disappointing loss as you could imagine.
The Huskies 21-20 loss in Cincinnati ended in the most incredible, exasperating fashion. UConn marched from its own 7 to the Bearcats 15 in just two minutes. A David Pindell past into the end zone fell incomplete but pass interference was called, giving
If you just look at the final score, you’d think that unbeaten UCF had its way with UConn on Saturday in Orlando. And while it was a 49-24 score in favor of the Knights, it doesn’t tell the entire story.
The Huskies gave UCF everything it could handle for the first 45 minutes. UConn held the nation’s top scoring team without a point in the
Randy Edsall said it best when he started our post game interview from the locker room Saturday night after UConn’s 37-20 loss to USF. What did Yogi Berra say, “it’s deja-vu all over again”.
And indeed it was for the Huskies. The same maladies that haunted the team in the Missouri game and the Memphis loss were prevalent on Saturday night. Dropped passes, poor pass defense and missed tackles took center stage as the Bulls beat UConn for the 6th time in a row.
There really isn’t much to say about what happened at Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field on Saturday Night. Missouri came in and blasted UConn 52-12 in a game that didn’t feel that close.
There are no positive spins, no talking about strain and pulling the rope,
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What a difference a week makes!
Embarrassing. That was the common refrain in the post game interview room Friday Night at Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.