UConn’s football program is offering a clinic to teach its female fans more about the game.
Bob Diaco, six months in to his new program, is more than ready to face this challenge head-on, with a focus on his players and eliminating what he calls the “Losing Culture” of UConn’s team.
UConn Head Football Coach, Bob Diaco, is ready for the season. He stopped by the WTIC Studios this morning to talk with Ray Dunaway. Here his interview with Ray below.
Chandler Whitmer threw for 163 yards and a touchdown Saturday in Connecticut’s first Blue and White Spring game under new coach Bob Diaco.
Bob Diaco walked around Connecticut’s football complex with a pad and pen shortly after becoming the Huskies’ new head coach.
UConn president Susan Herbst is responding to the comments of a new assistant football coach made in a Hartford Courant article this past weekend.
(Storrs, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – UConn has named Sarah Lawless as its new director of football operations. Lawless comes to UConn by way of Notre Dame, where she’d been on the football staff there since 2010. […]
New UConn head football coach Bob Diaco has chosen to retain Mike Foley as the team’s offensive line coach. None of the other coaches from the Paul Pasqualoni staff will be given a new contract. […]
Bob Diaco made quite an impression in his first news conference at UConn’s head football coach.
The University of Connecticut has named Notre Dame defensive coordinator Bob Diaco as its next head football coach. The 40 year old Diaco takes over a Husky team that started 09-, but finished with 3 […]