After Irma, UConn And South Florida Reschedule Football GameThe American Athletic Conference has announced a rescheduled date for the game between UConn and USF that was not played last week in advance of Hurricane Irma.
Joe D's Notebook: Damn IrmaThis was supposed to be a preview of USF and Saturday’s game with UConn. But, as you know by now, Mother Nature has gotten in the way. In the interest of the safety of the USF travel party getting back to Tampa on Saturday, the game has been cancelled. Yes, it is disappointing, especially for the UConn seniors who miss out on one more opportunity to play in front of the home fans at The Rent. Randy Edsall always talks about a game being one of 12 opportunities. Well, one of those opportunities is gone. And it’s disappointing for
UConn-USF Game CancelledUConnwill provice details next week to all USF ticket holders on future ticket options due to the cancellation.
UConn-USF Start Time ChangedUConn's athletic department says the start time for Saturday's Huskies-USF tilt has been changed, thanks to the impending arrival in Florida of Hurricane Irma.
Joe D's Notebook: USF Preview - Part 1David Bowie made a hit out of the song “Changes” in 1972. Randy Edsall made changes after week one of the UConn Football season after Thursday’s narrow win against Holy Cross. The biggest change comes at quarterback where Bryant Shirreffs rescued a slumbering UConn offense by leading the Huskies to three second half touchdowns to rally UConn from a 20-7 deficit. Edsall said the fifth year senior
Late Run Lifts Huskies Into AAC QuarterfinalsRodney Purvis scores a career high 30 points to get the Huskies into the AAC quarterfinals
Huskies Cruise To Conference ChampionshipRecord setting night for Katie Lou Samuelson and the Huskies
A Perfect EndingCollier leads Huskies in wrapping up their ninth undefeated regular season
Huskies Outrun BullsUConn sets school record for 3 pointers and move one game above .500 in conference
Huskies Tame BullsFive Huskies scored in double figures
5 Hottest Coaching CandidatesEvery year there’s the shiny new object that every major college football program on a down year looks towards and tries to obtain. This year’s “prize” – Houston coach Tom Herman – is now off the table... so who are the next big names that could go to some other brand-name schools this year?
Joe D's Notebook: USF- The Recap