UCONN (1-2, 0-0 BE) vs. BUFFALO (1-2, 0-0 MAC) GAME 4 w Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010 w 12:00 P.M. RENTSCHLER FIELD (40,000) SNYw WTIC-UCONN RADIO NETWORK UConn Schedule/Results Date Opponent(TV) Score/Time 9/4 at Michigan (ABC) L, 30-10 9/11TEXASSOUTHERN(SNY) W,62-3 9/18 at Temple (SNY) L, 30-16 9/25 BUFFALO(SNY) 12:00PM 10/2 VANDERBILTSNY) 12:00PM 10/8 at Rutgers* (ESPN) 7:30 PM 10/23 at Louisville* TBA 10/29 WESTVIRGINIA*(ESPN2) 8:00PM 11/11PITTSBURGH*(ESPN) 7:30PM 11/20 at Syracuse* TBA 11/27CINCINNATI* TBA 12/4 at USF* (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2) TBA * Denotes BIG EAST Conference game Buffalo Schedule/Results Date Opponent Score/Time 9/2 RHODEISLAND W,31-0 9/11 at Baylor L, 34-6 9/18 CENTRALFLORIDA L,24-10 9/25 at Connecticut 12:00 PM 10/2 at Bowling Green* 3:30 PM 10/16 at Northern Illinois* 3:30 PM 10/23 TEMPLE* 12:00PM 10/30 MIAMI(OHIO)* 3:30PM 11/4 at Ohio* (ESPNU) 7:30 PM 11/12BALLSTATE*(ESPNU) 6:00PM 11/20EASTERNMICHIGAN* 2:00PM 11/26 at Akron* 2:00 PM * Denotes Mid-American Conference game GAME STORYLINES w UConnentersthisweek’sBuffalogame asthewinneroffiveofthesevengames ithasplayeddatingbacktolastseason. w Junior Jordan Todman is fourth in the countryinrushingandfirstintheBIGEAST with149.33yardspergame. w Head coach Randy Edsall won his 67th gameatUConnonSeptember11--themost inschoolhistory. w UConnplaysitsfinaltwonon-conference gamesoftheregularseasonwiththeBuffalo gameandnextSaturdayagainstVanderbilt. THE COACHES CONNECTICUTHEADCOACHRANDYEDSALL UConn RandyEdsall became the all-time winningest coach in UConn football history on Sat., September 11 with his 67th career win at the school. He tackled the challenge of bringing a former NCAA Division I-AA team up to par with the BIG EAST in an 11-year span head on, guiding the Huskies to the 2007 BIG EAST Championship, three bowl games in the past five years with two bowl wins. He is in his 12th season at UConn and hasledtheHuskiestowinsin56of theUConn’slast93gamesdating back to the ninth game of the 2002 season. Hehasa58-43(.563)markthroughthefirst101gamesofUConn’stenure attheFBSlevel.His overall career mark at UConn stands at 67-67. Saturday’sgameagainstBuffalowillbethe135thofhisUConncareer-themostofanycoachinUConnhistory.Hetoppedthemarkof121setby J.O.Christian(1934-49). His 67 career coaching wins at UConn is the most of any coach in school history as he passed J.O. Christian who had 66. Immediately prior to becoming UConn’s head coach in 1998, Edsall served as defensive coordinator at Georgia Tech in 1998 under George O’Leary. Edsall began his coaching career at his alma mater, Syracuse, from 1980-1990, working under Frank Maloney and Dick MacPherson in a variety of capacities. Edsall moved on to Boston College where he coached defensive backs under Tom Coughlin from 1991-93 before following Coughlin to the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars, staying on the First Coast through the 1997 season. Edsall is a native of Glen Rock, Pa., and graduated from Susquehannock High School. He was inducted into the York Area Sports Hall of Fame. BUFFALOCOACHJEFFQUINN JeffQuinnis in his first season in charge of the Buffalo program. Quinn had last been the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Cincinnati of the BIG EAST for the past three years. Before coming to the Bearcats, he was the associate head coach and offensive coordinator at Central Michigan. He came to CMU in 2004 after coaching for 15 seasons at Grand Valley State, where the team won back-to-back national championships in 2002 and ‘03. He is a 1984 graduate of Elmhurst College, where he was a two-sport standout in football and wrestling. Quinn has a master’s degree from DePauw. RADIO & TV COVERAGE TELEVISIONCOVERAGE Saturday’s game will be televised live as the BIG EAST Network Game of the Week and will be seen locally by SportsNet New York (SNY) and throughout the East and Midwest. MikeGleason is on play-by-play while JohnCongemi is on color and Eamon McAnaney is on the sidleines. JohnKetteringis the producer and. The game will also be replayed on SNY in its entirity on Monday, Sept. 27 at 6:00 a.m.. The game will also be rebroadcast in a condensed mode on the “Husky Power Hour” on Sunday, Sept. 26, at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. RADIOCOVERAGE For the 19th consecutive season, WTIC1080-AM in Hartford serves as the flagship station for the UConn Radio Network. WTIC is the state’s only 50,000 watt signal and can be heard in 23 states and parts of Canada. Veteran UConn announcers Joe D’Ambrosio (play-by-play) and Wayne Norman (color commentary) return to call the action with KevinNathan on the sidelines and E.B.Davis on production.