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2007 and 2011 BIG EAST Champions 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and Bowl Championship Series 2010 Papajohns.com Bowl Champions 2009 International Bowl Champions 2007 Meineke Car Care Bowl 2004 Motor City Bowl Champions 2009 FedEx Orange Bowl-FWAA Courage Award Recipents 10 NFL Draft Picks In Last Three Years Two All-American Tailbacks Who Were Both BIG EAST Offensive Players Of The Year Highest Graduation Success Rate In BIG EAST In Two Of The Past Three Years

Connecticut Native Paul Pasqualoni Comes Home To Lead The Huskies Made Nine Bowl Appearances As A Head Coach NFL Assistant Coach For Six Years Incredible Coaching Staff With A Combined 196 Years Of College Coaching And 42 As Head Coaches Nine Starters Returning On Defense For 2011 Seven Home Games In 2011 With Four BIG EAST Home Games Upcoming Home Games At Rentschler Field Against Michigan (2013) And Tennessee (2015) Rose Bowl Champion TCU Joins The BIG EAST And UConn Schedule In 2012


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PHILOSOPHY Academics Are The Priority

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Head coach Paul Pasqualoni and his staff emphasizes academics from the time that the recruiting process begins until a student-athlete has earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut…and the numbers prove this point. UConn was the top BIG EAST team in the NCAA’s Graduation Success Rate (GSR) survey in two of the past three seasons. In the latest NCAA Academic Performance Rate (APR) results, UConn scored an impressive 953 over a four-year period. The UConn football program had the third-highest GSR for the more than 50 public universities that played in a bowl game following the 2009 season. Husky football student-athletes use the Herb and Marcia Dunn Academic Support Center in The Burton Family Football Complex to assist in their academic endeavors.

Community service is an integral part of the UConn football experience. Husky football student-athletes perform numerous hours of community service throughout the year by visiting children at local schools, hospitals and other activities. One of the key community service activities of the UConn football team is service at East Hartford Middle School. The UConn football program has adopted the school and student-athletes make frequent visits to the school to provide mentoring and inspiration both in academics and athletics.

BIG EAST Champions Each and every year, the Connecticut football team expects to be a factor in the race for the BIG EAST Championship. That goal came to fruition in 2007 as the Huskies won the league title in just their fourth year as a member of the conference. UConn won its second BIG EAST title in four years in 2011.

Bowl Games Connecticut has now played in a bowl game in five of the past seven seasons, including four in a row, and has picked up victories in three of them. UConn made history in the 2010 season as it advanced to the Bowl Championship Series in its brief FBS history and played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Bowl-eligibility is one of the goals of the Connecticut football program every year and Husky fans have helped develop UConn’s reputation into a school that “travels well”.

Connecting With The Fans Husky fans have numerous opportunities to meet and greet the Husky coaching staff and players during the calendar year. Before each home game, UConn fans are encouraged to come to the “Husky Walk” as the team gets off the team buses and makes its way through a sea of Blue and White to their locker room. UConn fans are also invited to sing the “UConn Husky” fight song at the end of each home game at Rentschler Field.


Staying In Touch With Alumni The UConn football alumni are the roots of the excellence of the Husky program. UConn football alumni are more active and involved in the program than ever. For the past five seasons, former UConn head coaches and alumni have served as honorary coaches for the Blue-White Spring Football Game. In an effort to help members of UConn’s football team enhance their prospects for employment following college, the UConn football program sponsors a Career Information Fair twice a year. Football alumni are also invited to the field before home games to form a tunnel as the current Huskies come running out – a gesture that bonds generations of Husky players.

Strength and Conditioning In February, all season tickets holders and UConn Club members are invited to a “Signing Night Reception”, as head coach Paul Pasqualoni and his staff gives a video presentation on the latest crop of National Letter of Intent signees. Several current Huskies attend that event and sign autographs during a reception. UConn players meet fans for autographs following the Blue-White Spring Football Game and after an open practice that is held each preseason.

Facilities The State of Connecticut and the University of Connecticut have committed the finest facilities in the nation to the Husky program. UConn plays its home games in the ultra-modern Rentschler Field, which opened in 2003 and remains one of the newest stadiums used by a team in Bowl Championship Series Conference. The team also enjoys the modern amenities of The Burton Family Football Complex and the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center in Storrs. Both of these facilities opened in 2006 and provide Husky football players with a campus home that provides for all their needs.

National Leaders Running back Donald Brown became UConn’s first NCAA Statistical Leader in 2009 as he led the country in rushing yards. Last season, Nick Williams was the statistical leader for kickoff returns. The Huskies became eligible for the FBS Statistics in 2002 and have finished in the top 20 for total offense twice (2003 and ’04) and three times on defense (2002, ’05 and ’08).

Professional Football Former UConn players are in the National Football League in numbers that are unprecedented in school history. UConn had 11 players on active NFL rosters in 2009 – the most ever in school history – and nine last season. In the 2009 NFL Draft, UConn had four selections in the first two rounds – including the Huskies’ first-ever First Round Draft Pick in Donald Brown, who went to the Indianapolis Colts and then played in the Super Bowl in his rookie campaign. UConn has had ten players drafted in the past three years with numerous free agent signees and Canadian Football League performers.

The Rentschler Field Advantage The UConn football team takes great pride in its winning percentage at Rentschler Field. Since the stadium opened, UConn has won over three-quarters of the games played there and has posted victories over teams from the BIG EAST, SEC, ACC, Big Ten and Big XII at Rentschler Field. Husky fans have responded with a 96 percent capacity mark since the stadium opened. UConn has posted undefeated records at Rentschler Field in two seasons – both of them in years that the Huskies won BIG EAST Championships, 2007 and 2010.

The strength and conditioning program for UConn football players is among the most innovative in the nation and is coordinated by Jerry Martin – the school’s Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Martin was the National Strength Coach of the Year in both 1994 and 2001. Husky players use the two-level, 18,000-square foot Polo Family Strength Center in the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center.

The Schedule Connecticut plays seven games against BIG EAST Conference opponents each year and will add an eighth next season with the addition of national power TCU. UConn schedules a competitive slate of nonconference games each season against a variety of opponents. UConn traveled to Notre Dame in 2009 and posted a double-overtime win at Notre Dame Stadium. The Huskies opened the 2010 season at Michigan Stadium against the Wolverines before 113,090 fans – the largest crowd in the history of modern college football. The Wolverines return the trip to Rentschler Field in 2013. The Huskies will play a home-and-home series with Tennessee beginning in 2015 with the Volunteers coming to Rentschler Field with a return trip to Knoxville in 2016. Other upcoming non-conference opponents coming to Rentschler Field include Iowa State (2011), North Carolina State (2012) and Maryland (2014).


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COACHING STAFF The 2011 season marks the debut of head coach Paul Pasqualoni and his staff at UConn. Pasqualoni has assembled an incredible coaching staff that have had success on both the college and NFL levels. The staff combined has an amazing 196 years of college coaching experience while four have served as college head coaches and four as college coordinators.

Head Coach Paul Pasqualoni 29 Years Of College Coaching Experience College Head Coach NFL Coordinator

Offensive Coordinator George DeLeone 37 Years Of College Coaching Experience College Head Coach NFL Assistant Coach

Defensive Coordinator Don Brown 29 Years Of College Coaching Experience College Head Coach

Special Teams Coordinator Clayton White Seven Years Of College Coaching Experience NFL Player


Assistant Head Coach Hank Hughes 30 Years Of College Coaching Experience College Coordinator

Wide Receivers Coach Matt Cersosimo Nine Years Of College Coaching Experience

Offensive Line Coach Mike Foley 32 Years Of College Coaching Experience College Head Coach

Quarterbacks Coach Joe Moorhead 11 Years Of College Coaching Experience College Coordinator

Safeties Coach Darrel Perkins Nine Years Of College Coaching Experience

Linebackers Coach Jon Wholley Three Years Of College Coaching Experience


RENTSCHLER FIELD

One of the Country’s Newest and Most Modern BCS College Football Stadiums

The 2011 season will mark the ninth year of play at Rentschler Field – one of the newest and most modern college football stadiums in the BCS. UConn has posted a 39-12 record at Rentschler Field – including undefeated seasons in the Huskies’ BIG EAST Championship seasons of 2007 and 2011. In just eight years of play, the UConn football team has welcomed over two million fans to Rentschler Field.


Football Saturdays are an important part of the social scene in Connecticut as the tailgating begins four hours before kickoff and a FanFest is held before each game. The Husky Walk is held about two-and-a-half hours before each game as fans are able to greet the team as it arrives at the stadium. Student support is a tremendous asset to the UConn football team as the “Dog Pound� provides vocal inspiration for the Huskies.


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or 12 years running, UConn has been rated by U.S. News & World Report as the No. 1 public university in New England – and also ranks among the top 30 public universities in the nation. The University has been elected to membership in Universitas 21, a preeminent international network of leading research-intensive universities in 15 countries.

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The University grants seven undergraduate degrees and offers more than 100 majors. The University grants 17 graduate degrees in more than 85 fields of study, and provides graduate professional programs in business, dental medicine, law, medicine, pharmacy, and social work.


More than 30,000 students are enrolled at UConn, representing nearly every state in the nation and more than 100 countries. The average SAT scores for incoming freshmen at Storrs are up over 100 points since 1996 and are now 1221. Minority students make up 23% of the 2010 incoming undergraduate class. Since 1995, 1,286 valedictorians and salutatorians have enrolled at all campuses. In fall 2010, 44 percent of freshmen entering the Storrs campus were ranked in the top 10 percent of their high school class and 79 percent were ranked in the top 25 percent of their class.

UConn continues to renew, rebuild and enhance our campuses through an unprecedented $2.8 billion, 20-year investment in the University’s infrastructure. UCONN 2000 has been the most ambitious publicly financed university building program in the country. Now in its 16th year, UCONN 2000 has invigorated the University’s living and learning environments, helped advance faculty research, and stimulated public and private investment. This investment revitalizes the state’s future by providing the means for the University to attract high-achieving students, prestigious faculty, and funding from public grants and private donors. The multibillion dollar facelift has facilitated UConn’s ascent to national prominence among public research universities.


The Burton family at the dedication ceremony: Mike Burton and his wife Tiffany, Joe, Rob Burton and his wife Stacy, and Paula and Robert Burton.

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he University of Connecticut football team now enjoys the finest on-campus football facilities in the country – thanks in large part to the building of The Burton Family Football Complex.

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The Burton Family Football Complex serves as the on-campus home of UConn football and complements Rentschler Field in East Hartford. The lead gift for the facility was a $2.5 million contribution by Robert G. Burton. Burton’s tremendously successful business career has included leadership in the printing and publishing industry, and his current role as Chairman and CEO of Cenveo, the third largest publicly traded printing company in the world, which is headquartered in Stamford, Conn.


Burton’s son, Michael, was the captain of the 1999 Husky football team. Burton has also donated in excess of $1 million to establish two endowed scholarships for UConn student-athletes. Construction on the facility began in the fall of 2004 and the building opened in the summer of 2006. “The Burton Family Football Complex is a key component of our continuing rise to national prominence in football,” says UConn Director of Athletics Jeff Hathaway. “All of us at UConn are very grateful to Bob and Paula Burton, along with the entire Burton family, for their generosity to our University and its football program.” The Burton Football Family Complex houses coaches’ offices and includes an academic resource center, team meeting rooms, a team locker room, a state-of-the-art sports medicine area, video facilities, a team dining hall, a student-athlete lounge and an equipment room.

The Burton Family Football Complex is the University’s first project certified as meeting the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for “green” buildings. LEED designation is a process certifying that a building project meets a wide range of environmentally friendly criteria. This new construction marks the first college or university athletic project in the nation to earn the designation. The UConn Division of Athletics received an Environmental Leadership Award from the University of Connecticut for the work performed at The Burton Family Football Complex.


Mark Shenkman (second from left) is joined by his wife Rosalind and his parents George and Florence Shenkman at the dedication ceremony of the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center.

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hanks to alumnus Mark R. Shenkman, the University of Connecticut now joins the ranks of major universities nationwide with an indoor training facility that is utilized by the football program, recreational services and other varsity sports. His $2.5 million gift, one of the largest ever to the UConn Division of Athletics, built an intercollegiate, intramural and recreational facility that serves the entire UConn community. The 85,000 square foot Mark R. Shenkman Training Center is the newest and most modern facility of its kind in the country. Construction on the facility began in the fall of 2004 and the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center opened in the summer of 2006.

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Featuring a 120-yard long state-of-the-art FieldTurf playing surface, an 18,000 square foot strength and conditioning area, and state-of-the-art video capabilities, the indoor training center provides UConn’s football team with the most technologically advanced training equipment. The Mark R. Shenkman Training Center is the University’s first project certified as meeting the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for “green” buildings. LEED designation is a process certifying that a building project meets a wide range of environmentally friendly criteria. This new construction marks the first college or university athletic project in the nation to earn the designation. The UConn Division of Athletics received an Environmental Leadership Award from the University of Connecticut for the work performed at the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center.

A resident of Greenwich, Connecticut, Shenkman graduated from the Wilbraham & Monson Academy in Wilbraham, Mass. He received a bachelor’s degree in political science from UConn in 1965 followed by a master’s degree in business administration from The George Washington University. Shenkman is the founder and president of Shenkman Capital Management, Inc., a registered investment advisor with offices in New York City and Stamford, Connecticut. He currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the University of Connecticut Foundation Board of Directors and is Chairman of the Investment Committee. Shenkman was elected to the UConn School of Business Hall of Fame in 2002 and has endowed a classroom and the e-Commerce Chair for the business school. “We are very grateful to Mark and Rosalind Shenkman and their entire family for this significant enhancement to our athletic program,” says UConn Director of Athletics Jeff Hathaway. “Thanks to this gift, and the opening of the newest and most modern college football stadium in the country at Rentschler Field, our football program’s training and playing facilities are among the best in the nation. In addition, this landmark facility will provide all of our varsity teams with an outstanding training venue while adding to our recreational services offerings.”


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he University of Connecticut won the BIG EAST Championship for the 2010 season to earn the school’s first-ever bid to a Bowl Championship Series. UConn played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and played traditional national power Oklahoma. During the experience in Arizona, UConn student-athletes, marching band members, staff and fans enjoyed the incredible experience and hospitality that the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl is famous for.


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Members of the UConn team celebrate and accept the 2010 Papajohns.com Bowl Trophy.

he University of Connecticut has made five bowl trips in the past seven years and four consecutive. In addition to the prestige of the 2011 Fiesta Bowl, UConn won the Papajohns.com Bowl over South Carolina following the 2009 season. The Huskies also defeated Buffalo in the International Bowl in Toronto at the end of the 2008 season and also played in the 2007 Meineke Car Care Bowl. UConn played in its first bowl game in 2004 as it defeated Toledo in the Motor City Bowl.

The UConn marching band and cheerleaders perform at a Birmingham pep rally on the night before the Papajohns.com Bowl.


UConn players visit with the Rev. Jesse Jackson following Jackson’s speech at the International Bowl Luncheon.

Husky players Zach Hurd, Dan Ryan and Mike Hick stand on the glass floor at the CN Tower in Toronto – the highest free-standing structure in the Americas.

Tailback Andrew Dixon was named the MVP of the 2010 Papajohns.com Bowl.

Members of the UConn football team visited with patients at the Children’s Hospital in Birmingham as part of the Papjohns.com Bowl experience. The UConn football team toured the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute while in town for the Papajohns.com Bowl.

Donald Brown after the win at the 2009 International Bowl.


Counseling Program for

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETES T he Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes, a unit within the Division of Academic Affairs, is the academic support program for The University of Connecticut’s 650 student-athletes. The primary goal of the program is to assist student-athletes in reaching their educational goals while they compete in intercollegiate athletics. As academic affairs officers, CPIA counselors function as liaisons between the athletic and academic communities. Our counselors work closely with coaches, faculty and a variety of campus resources in order to help facilitate students’ successful transition into college life by instituting academic and social support programs, including but not limited to Counseling, Pre-Advising, Tutorial and Life Skills Programs. The CPIA facilities for football student-athletes are housed in modern facilities in The Burton Family Football Complex and the Herb and Marcia Dunn Academic Support Center The location inside The Burton Family Football Complex ensures maximum use of a student-athlete’s time as they can now perform a number of football-related activities and perform academic work under the same roof.

TUTORING PROGRAM

At the beginning of each semester, student-athletes request and are assigned tutors based on their individual needs.  Tutoring is done on an individual basis or in small groups so that each student-athlete can receive the best help available. Our tutorial staff consists of well-trained graduate and undergraduate students who have demonstrated high levels of proficiency in their respective subject areas.

STUDY HALL All freshmen and transfer students as well as some upperclassmen are required to attend study hall ten hours a week. Study hall is an interactive environment where students meet with their tutors and work on their assignments in their respective courses.

WEEKLY ACADEMIC MEETINGS All freshmen and at risk students will meet with their CPIA counselor at least once a week to review their course work, assignments, attendance and tutoring plan. 

WEEKLY MEETING WITH COACH PASQUALONI UConn football coach Coach Pasqualoni meets with Ellen Tripp, the CPIA Football Program Director, on a weekly basis.  Together they review each student-athlete’s academic progress. This provides valuable information for Coach Pasqualoni and his staff regarding each studentathlete’s academic performance.

CPIA/DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS HONOR ROLL 3.0 Grade Point Average or Better In A Semester 2010-11 Academic Year Harris Agbor Steve Greene Yianni Apostolakos Alex Kaiser Gary Bardzak Mark Hinkley Ben Chapman Zach Hurd Derek Chard Jory Johnson Chad Christen Tebucky Jones Gus Cruz Alex Kaiser Robbie Frey Alex Kantor Kevin Friend Greg Lloyd Dalton Gifford Scott Lutrus

Taylor Mack Corey Manning Scott McCummings Adam Mueller Emmanuel Omokaro Moe Petrus Kendall Reyes Gilbert Stlouis Dave Teggart John Yurek


Huskies “Play It Smart” LIFE SKILLS UConn football student-athletes can enroll in two Life Skills courses during their freshmen and junior year.  The Freshmen Life Skills course is designed to provide the information, knowledge and confidence, which will enable the student-athlete to feel secure in a new environment and promote a successful transition from high school to college.  The course helps develop a set of adaptive, coping, critical thinking and problem solving skills.  It also acquaints the studentathlete with the resources that are available to balance the myriad of academic and athletic demands and adjust to college life. The primary goal of the Life Skills for Junior Student-Athletes Course is to provide information, techniques and strategies that will help students feel confident while making decisions about their future, post-collegiate lives. The focus of the class is to help students make a successful transition from college to the working world.

The University of Connecticut has had a number of former student-athletes on its roster that are or were products of the “Play It Smart” program of the National Football Foundation. “Play It Smart” was launched in 1998 and has proven to be one of the most effective youth development programs in the nation. Former UConn head football coach Bob Casciola was a key part of the formation of “Play It Smart” and was the Executive Director of the Foundation at the time. The program has shown that sports, when coached in the proper environment, can be used as an effective tool for significantly enhancing the academic performance and goal-setting practices of its participants. “Play It Smart” fulfills its mission by facilitating the hiring and training of “Academic Coaches” who work at high schools in underserved communities during the entire school year. Two “Play It Smart” graduates were seniors on the 2009 Husky team in Andre Dixon from New Brunswick, N.J. and Lindsey Witten of Cleveland, Ohio.

Current Husky Malik Generett of York, Pa., and William Penn High School was also part of the program.

LEARNING DISABILITY SERVICES If a student-athlete enrolls at the University of Connecticut and has a diagnosed learning disability, CPIA works with that particular studentathlete, the Learning Disability office and Disability Services to provide the student with the best support possible.

FRESHMAN SUMMER PROGRAM The Freshman Student-Athlete Summer Program began in the summer of 2006.  The main goal was to acclimate the students to the University of Connecticut over a seven-week process and allow them to enroll in six credits of coursework which would introduce them to the collegiate academic setting as well as prepare them for their freshman year. The program introduces students to the rigors of university life, helps them develop the discipline and skills required to succeed academically, and provide orientation to the general campus community and facilities. Since writing is imperative to the academic process, CPIA works with the Freshmen English Department, to offer the choice of two writing courses. Students are enrolled in either a four-credit Basic Writing class or a Seminar in Writing through Literature course. They also enroll in a two credit “Transitions into College: Beginning Your Journey”, which specifically deals with the topics of transitioning into the collegiate environment and provides tools for students to discover in order to achieve their goals of academic success and ultimately, graduation from the University of Connecticut.  These courses are the core of the Freshman Summer Program.

HUSKIES ARE A LEADER IN BIG EAST ACADEMICS The University of Connecticut football program continues to be a leader in the BIG EAST Conference in terms of academic performance by it student-athletes.

UConn was the top team in the NCAA’s Graduation Success Rate (GSR) in two of the past three years among BIG EAST schools. The UConn football program also had the highest NCAA GSR for African-American student-athletes among all state universities that participated in a bowl game in 2008.

In five of the past eight years, including 2007, ’08 and ’09, UConn was recognized by the American Football Coaches Association for its high graduation rate. UConn’s overall GSR in 2009 was the third-highest of the more than 50 state universities that participated in a bowl game.

In 2011, the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) for the UConn football team was an impressive 953 over a four-year cycle, with a one year mark of 959 for the 2009-10 academic year.

UConn’s Rhema Fuller (center) is joined at the National Football Foundation Awards Dinner in December of 2007 by UConn Director of Athletics Jeff Hathaway, former Husky head coach and NFF president Bob Casciola, former UConn head coach Randy Edsall and NFF vice chairman and former UConn football coach and athletic director John Toner.


Tyvon Branch was the first pick of the fourth round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders.

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Offensive Tackle William Beatty was a second round pick of the New York Giants in the 2009 NFL Draft.

he University of Connecticut has a long tradition of players moving on to the National Football League and Husky players are in the league at an all-time high. During the 2010 season, there were nine former Huskies on NFL rosters while there were 11 in 2009 – a UConn high. Husky history was made again in April of 2009 as four Huskies were selected among the first 63 selections in the NFL Draft and an additional four were picked up as free agent signees. UConn is the only BIG EAST Conference school to have four picks in the first 63 of a single NFL Draft since the league was reformatted in the 2005 season. Another two Huskies were selected in the 2010 NFL Draft while two others First and Second Round signed free agent contracts. Four UConn players were picked in the 2011 NFL Draft while three others signed free agent contrcts.

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Former UConn quarterback Tyler Lorenzen is currently a tight end for the New Orleans Saints and was a member of their Super Bowl championship team.

Dan Orlovsky was selected in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft and is currently a member of the Indianapolis Colts. Deon Anderson was selected in the sixth-round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys.


Wide receiver Marcus Easley was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Defensive end Cody Brown became the fourth UConn player to be picked in the first two rounds of the 2009 NFL Draft when the Arizona Cardinals selected him. He is currently a member of the New York Jets.

Cornerback Darius Butler was the ninth pick of the second round of the 2009 Draft and went to the New England Patriots.

Julius Williams signed as a free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars and made the team for the 2010 season. Robert McClain was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the 2010 NFL Draft.

Donald Thomas was drafted in the fifth round of the NFL Draft in 2008 and is currently a member of the Detroit Lions. Running back Donald Brown became UConn’s first-ever NFL First Round pick in 2009 and is shown here with the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts Jim Caldwell and team president Bill Polian.


A throng of NFL coaches and scouts in addition to the media came to UConn’s 2009 Pro Testing Day. Jordan Todman was one of six Huskies to attend the 2011 NFL Combine, an all-time UConn high.

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niversity of Connecticut football players are assured the maximum exposure to National Football League general managers, coaches and scouts through its annual Pro Testing Day, held prior to the NFL Draft at the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center. The event annually attracts over 40 NFL representatives from nearly every NFL team. The event is also open to the media and was covered by the NFL Network in 2009. In addition, UConn football players have been invited to participate in the annual NFL Combine, held each year in Indianapolis. UConn sent a school-high six players to the 2011 Combine and 15 over the past four years.

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Wide receiver Marcus Easley, who was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 2010, works out at Pro Day. Running back Andre Dixon catches a pass at UConn’s 2010 Pro Day.

Darius Butler, who was picked in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots, runs at Pro Testing Day.

Former UConn All-American and current Director of College Scouting for the Green Bay Packers John Dorsey joins Greg Lloyd, Lawrence Wilson and Scott Lutrus at the 2011 Pro Day.


UConn’s All-Star Game Participants Walt Trojanowski 1946 East-West Shrine Game

Deon Anderson 2006 Magnolia Gridiron Classic

Buddy Amendola 1956 North-South Shrine Game

Terry Caulley 2006 Magnolia Gridiron Classic

Brian Herosian 1972 North-South Shrine Game

Donald Thomas 2008 East-West Shrine Game 2008 Hula Bowl

David DeArmas 1996 East-West Shrine Game 1996 Blue-Gray Game

Tyvon Branch 2008 Hula Bowl

Tommy Collins 2003 Paradise Bowl

Danny Lansanah 2008 Texas vs. The Nation Game

Sean Mulcahy 2003 Blue-Gray Game

Darius Butler 2009 Senior Bowl

Alfred Fincher 2005 Senior Bowl

Cody Brown 2009 Senior Bowl

Dan Orlovsky 2005 Senior Bowl

William Beatty 2009 Senior Bowl

Justin Perkins 2005 Las Vegas AllAmerican Classic

Julius Williams 2009 Texas vs. The Nation Collegiate AllStar Bowl

Billy Irwin 2005 Gridiron Classic

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Dahna Deleston 2009 Texas vs. The Nation Collegiate AllStar Bowl Andre Dixon 2010 East-West Shrine Game

Anthony Sherman 2011 East-West Shrine Game Lawrence Wilson 2011 Senior Bowl

Lindsey Witten 2010 East-West Shrine Game Marcus Easley 2010 Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Challenge Robert Vaughn 2010 Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Challenge Greg Lloyd 2011 East-West Shrine Game Scott Lutrus 2011 East-West Shrine Game

Lawrence Wilson played in the 2011 Senior Bowl and was later drafted by the Carolina Panthers.

Running back Andre Dixon played in the 2010 East-West Shrine Game.

ALL-STAR GAMES

Former Husky cornerback Darius Butler played in the 2009 Senior Bowl.

Anthony Sherman, who was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals, was one of three Huskies to play in the 2011 East-West Shrine Game.

Greg Lloyd was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles after playing in the 2011 EastWest Shrine game. Quarterback Dan Orlovsky was invited to play in the 2005 Senior Bowl and was joined by teammate Alfred Fincher.


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING T he strength and conditioning program for the University of Connecticut football players is coordinated and directed by UConn’s Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Jerry Martin. The UConn strength and conditioning program benefits all 24 of Connecticut’s intercollegiate teams. Todd Devers is in his first year as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at UConn and has primary responsibility of working with the UConn football team. Devers comes to Connecticut after being a member of the Dallas Cowboys’ strength and conditioning staff since 2007. UConn football players enjoy a brand new, state-of-the-art strength and conditioning facility at the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center – which opened in the summer of 2007 – in

The Polo Family Strength Center. The two-level strength and conditioning facility is over 18,000 square feet. The main strength area is more than 11,000 square feet and houses the primary exercise units. The balcony itself is more than 7,000 square feet and has a five-lane turf sprint area that is 70 yards long. The balcony also houses the secondary training equipment, which includes indoor computerized blocking sleds to measure reaction time and force production. Keiser air machines with computer interface measures power output in order to enhance sport performance and to quicken the rehabilitation process. The balcony also includes a number of aerobic pieces such as treadmills, stationary bikes and spin bikes for conditioning purposes as well as stair climbers and elliptical training equipment.


The main strength area has complete Championship Units. Each unit includes a multi-purpose rack, an Olympic platform, a multi-adjustable bench and a multi-use cable column. Each of these units also includes an adjustable dumbbell system ranging from 15 pounds to 105 pounds in 2.5-pound increments. Each Championship Unit encompasses its own Tendo weight lifting analyzer which when attached to the bar, gives peak power, average power and the velocity of the bar and the weight being lifted. The strength facility will be the only known paperless facility in the country, where each unit will have an interactive “controller box” with a screen. When the athlete enters his player ID code, his entire individualized workout will appear on the screen. Data completed by the athlete is then transmitted back via wireless communication to the server so that programs can now target individual athletes based on position and individual needs. This technology will allow for UConn’s strength and conditioning coaches to make fast and efficient analysis, interpretation of and program changes. The next time that athlete trains, his new updated program will once again appear on the screen of the “controller box”.

With all of this in place, the Mark R. Shenkman Training facility is the most modern, efficient and complete college strength facility in the United States. A unique part of UConn’s off-season training is a team competition that reflects the Bowl Championship Series. When the winter semester begins, 12 team captains are assigned. A draft is then held with five players on each team and there are six teams in a Blue and White conference. Individuals gain points in the competition for performance in the weight room and for other drills, such as the medicine ball, obstacle course and tire flip races. Academics and obligations in the athletic training room are also taken into account for an individual’s point total. As the beginning of spring football approaches, there are bowl games between teams. The top teams in each conference face off in the Rose Bowl while the second place teams face off in the Orange Bowl. The next two teams, regardless of conference, play in the Sugar Bowl and the next two play in the Fiesta Bowl. The goal of the program is to keep a competitive spirit throughout the UConn team during the offseason.


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he University of Connecticut Division of Athletics believes that the responsibilities of student-athletes reach beyond classrooms, libraries, fields and courts. Community service is an integral part of the UConn experience as Husky student-athletes contribute countless hours each year to a number of worthy causes.

Husky players Kijuan Dabney and Emanuel Omokaro visit an elementary school in Hartford.

UConn football players perform numerous hours of community service throughout the year by visiting children at local schools, hospitals and other activities. The UConn football team makes several visits a year to the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford. One of the key community service activities of the UConn football team include working with the students at East Hartford Middle School. UConn football student-athletes make frequent visits to the school to provide mentoring and inspiration both in academics and athletics. The UConn Division of Athletics and its community service program “Husky Reach” concluded the third year of its reading initiative in the winter of 2011 with the Verplanck Elementary School in Manchester, Conn. Through a generous donation by the SBM Foundation, UConn student-athletes visit Verplanck to participate in a variety of activities aimed at teaching the value of education, sportsmanship, integrity and teamwork. UConn’s continuing outreach partnership with Verplanck has served to motivate many of these boys and girls to read more books and appreciate the importance of learning. The “Husky Reach” program is committed to building a “culture of hope” among these young students that they can someday

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Members of the UConn football team pose with students from the Verplanck Elementary School in Manchester, Conn., as they enjoy working out at the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center.


UConn quarterback Mike Box teaches good form to a future quarterback.

Jonathan The Husky and some UConn players meet one of their youngest fans.

attend college. Once again this year, through an initiative called the “Reading Millionaires Challenge”, the students read a combined one-million minutes of books – and for reaching this goal, they earned the trip to the UConn campus. The SBM Charitable Foundation was established in 2000 by Connecticut Bankshares, the parent company of the former Savings Bank of Manchester. The SBM Charitable Foundation, Inc., is committed to bettering the lives of those who live and work predominately in Hartford, Windham and Tolland counties. Other community service by UConn student-athletes is coordinated through the Student-Athlete Advisory Council. The Council consists of representatives from each one of UConn’s intercollegiate athletic teams and in addition to community service, it promotes fellowship and camaraderie between student-athletes from different sports. The SAAC had another successful year in 2010-11 as it held

various “drives” at UConn athletic events that collect gently-used coats and books, canned goods and other food items that are then distributed to worthy charities. One of these drives annually takes place at a late fall football game, where gently-used coats and other winter wear were collected. UConn football players make a school visit to some young Husky fans.

Elementary school students from Verplanck celebrate receiving their “Reading Millionaires” certificate at the Mark R. Shenkman Training Center.

Members of the UConn football team are frequent visitors to the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.

Husky players brighten the day of a patient at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.


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he Department of Sports Medicine in the University of Connecticut Division of Athletics works as an integrated multidisciplinary team whose purpose is to provide the optimal, safe environment for the football student-athletes to train and participate in their sport. The staff takes great pride in the individual attention paid to each student-athlete. They are devoted to preventing injury, rapidly diagnosing and treating injury and maximizing athletic performance. The disciplines of athletic training, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, orthopedic sports medicine, optometry, nutrition, exercise physiology and psychology work in concert to provide comprehensive care. The team is spearheaded by Robert Howard, MA, ATC, the Head Athletic Trainer. Howard is assisted by Luke Ross, MA, ATC, and graduate assistants Anthony Salvatore, ATC, and Thomas Yabor, ATC. Physician coverage is led by Dr. Jeffrey Anderson, the Director of  Sports Medicine, and Team Physician, Dr. Thomas Trojian. The Orthopedic Sports

Medicine Specialists for the team include: Dr. Michael Joyce of the Orthopedic Sports Specialists in Glastonbury;   Dr. Robert Arciero, Dr. Thomas DeBerardino, and Dr. Augustus Mazzocca of the New England Musculoskeletal Institute at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington. The Department of Sports Medicine works closely with the Departments of Kinesiology and Nutritional Sciences on the University of Connecticut campus. This affords the student-athletes with the input of several nationally recognized exercise scientists. This cooperation also keeps the sports medicine staff at the cutting edge of developments in the fields of human performance and sports nutrition. Members of the sports medicine staff are actively engaged in research that directly benefits the care of the football student-athletes. UConn football student-athletes enjoy state-of-the-art medical facilities at Rentschler Field and at The Burton Family Football Complex within the Marziali Family Training Room. The Department of Sports Medicine has incorporated the SwimEX technology to develop a 2,300 square-foot hydrotherapy room for rehabilitation and conditioning at The Burton Family Football Complex. As with Rentschler Field, the new sports medicine facility on campus includes onsite X-ray equipment. In addition to providing the finest in medical care for the UConn football program, the Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut administers to the daily needs of 650 male and female intercollegiate student-athletes, who are in 24 different varsity programs. The Department of Sports Medicine at the University of Connecticut plays a critical role in assuring that all UConn studentathletes have access to the best medical support and health care possible. Through patient care and ongoing research and education, the department continues to provide Husky teams a competitive edge from the medical perspective.


Dr. Rodriguez works closely with the dining services staff of the Burton Family Football Complex, led by chef Bob Zannoni, to implement performance-based menu options and to set up the training. Menu recommendations have been developed for the team during road trips and performance nutrition directives are in place for competitive performance and optimal recovery. The sports nutrition team meets with freshman upon their arrival to campus in the summer. There is a discussion on the primary considerations for nutrition and performance and then a followup with individual athletes for nutrition workups and individual recommendations.

Chef Bob Zannoni and his staff ensure that UConn football players have healthy and delicious meals at The Burton Family Football Complex.

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utrition is a key part of the plan for success of the UConn football program and is a priority under head coach Paul Pasqualoni. The saying goes that “you eat to compete� and a student-athlete’s daily diet receives exceptionally high care at Connecticut. The comprehensive sports nutrition program is under the direction of Dr. Nancy Rodriguez. Dr. Rodriguez and members of the sport nutrition team provide information regarding nutrition and performance to the UConn football team on a year-round basis and develop nutrition education materials. The Burton Family Football Complex features a full-service kitchen and dining hall for student-athletes.

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Dr. Rodriguez and her staff attend training tables weekly through the season to discuss nutrition issues with the team and provide quality assurance regarding meals. There is also constant communication with personnel in the area of sports medicine, athletic training and strength and conditioning. Evaluations of and recommendations for nutritional supplements are also provided. Practical and everyday issues and concerns are also dealt with, such as how to make choices in campus dining halls, on road trips and in restaurants. They also provide grocery lists and quick meal and snack options for the players.


Former football coach Randy Edsall is joined by former Huskies Alfred Fincher, Ryan Krug, Dan Orlovsky, Tyler Lorenzen and Donald Brown, who all served as honorary coaches at the 2010 UConn Spring Football Game. Honorary coaches at the 2009 UConn Blue-White Spring Football game were former player Ken Sweitzer, former head coach Walt Nadzak, former player Rick Jackson and former head coach Tom Jackson.

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s University of Connecticut football continues to progress as a NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision team, the roots of the program have not gone forgotten. In fact, UConn football alumni are more active and involved in the program than ever. Andy Baylock, a former UConn assistant football coach and longtime Husky baseball head coach, is the Director of Alumni and Community Affairs for the football team. All former UConn football alumni who are interested in reconnecting with the program should call Baylock at 860-486-2458. For the past five seasons, former UConn head coaches and alumni have served as honorary coaches for the Blue-White Spring Game. In 2011, two captains from the 2003 team – Sean Mulcahy and Uyi Osunde – served along with two captains from the 1990 team – Matt DeGennaro and Mike Rembish. The 2009 event saw the return of former head coaches Tom Jackson and Walt Nadzak who were joined by players Ken Sweitzer and Rick Jackson. In 2008, former head coaches Bob Casciola, who later went on to become the executive director of the National Football Foundation, and Larry Naviaux were joined by former players Brian Usher and Ray Tellier. In 2007, former head coaches Rick Forzano, who also coached the Detroit Lions, and John Toner,

Mark Flood, a former Husky, visits with a number of players at a Career Information Fair.

who also served as UConn’s long-time athletic director and NCAA president, took part in the game. The players were Gary Blackney, who enjoyed a long collegiate coaching career himself, and Rick Robustelli. In an effort to help members of UConn’s football team enhance their prospects for employment following college, the UConn football program sponsors a Career Information Fair twice a year. These events feature many UConn football alumni from a wide range of professions and geographical areas. Working with these former UConn football players allow students to gain exposure to a wide variety of career opportunities that may interest them. Former UConn football players also guide current studentathletes through the networking process by putting them in contact with other professionals who may provide them with shadowing, internship and full-time employment opportunities. The 2011 Blue-White Spring Football game saw Sean Mulcahy, Matt DeGennaro, Mike Rembish and Uyi Osunde come back as honorary captains.

Former Husky Mark Landolfi, now a member of the United States Secret Service, talks to Jordan Todman and Mike Smith at a Career Information Fair.


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WALK-ONS W ith the limited number of scholarships each NCAA member is allowed and the highly competitive nature of high school recruiting around the country, the UConn coaching staff knows it can take no member of his team for granted. With that in mind, the Huskies rely heavily on those who choose to walk-on to the Husky football program in order to add reinforcement to the foundation. Although walking on to the team does not guarantee that one will become a scholarship player, the potential is there. Current sophomore Cole Wagner joined the team as a walkon punter and wide receiver prior to the 2009 season. After a redshirt year, the York, Pa., native turned his attention to punting only and wound up being the Huskies starter in 2010. Following his highly-effective season, Wagner has been awarded a scholarship for the upcoming year. Last season, Derek Chard was an invaluable member of the Husky squad serving as the team’s deep snapper. UConn converted all of its extra points attempts and 23 of 29 field goals starting with

a Chard snap. Originally a walk-on from Burlington, Conn., Chard earned a scholarship for his final two years at UConn. On a national level, perhaps the finest example of a walk-on making good in 2007 occurred at UConn with Donald Thomas of West Haven, Conn. Thomas barely played football in high school but walked onto the team as a sophomore. UConn’s starting punter Cole Wagner joined the UConn team Thomas developed into a as a walk-on and has now earned a scholarship for the 2011 season. starter at offensive guard and earned All-BIG EAST honors in 2007. Capping a remarkable story, Thomas was drafted by the Miami Dolphins following his senior year. Marcus Easley originally joined the Huskies as a walk-on in 2006 and then had a break-out senior season in 2009, where he made 48 receptions for eight touchdowns. The Stratford, Conn., native was then picked in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills. Other walk-on success stories include: • Aaron Bryant of New London, Conn. who graduated in the spring of 2009 and earned three varsity letters playing in 25 career games and starting the final two regular season games of 2008. • Chris Pavasaris joined the team in 2003 and emerged as the starting punter for the Huskies and earned a scholarship. In 2006, he produced one of the top punting seasons in school history with a 40.1 yard average. An outstanding student, Pavasaris was a candidate for the Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships and earned CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition. • Justin DeRubertis of Bethel, Conn. played in 22 games from 2005-06 after starting as a walk-on for the Huskies. • David Sanchez of Windsor, Conn., graduated in 2005, earning a football scholarship after walking on as a wide receiver and played in 13 total career games.  • Brian Sparks, a Plainville, Conn., native, was a three-year walkon member of the Huskies and was rewarded with a scholarship before his senior season of 2004. He closed out his career in fine form with a touchdown reception in UConn’s Motor City Bowl win over Toledo. • Shaun Feldeisen – a captain for the 2003 Huskies, who decided to come to UConn without a scholarship. Feldeisen’s chance to play came during the 2001 season as a wide receiver and the following year earned a scholarship. Feldeisen led the Huskies in receiving in ’03 and was also named a second team Academic All-America pick. • C.J. Hessel, a Fairfield, Conn., native who finished his UConn career in 2001, joined the team as a walk-on and wound up being voted a team captain. Derek Chard, who graduated last year, had the unheralded role of deep snapper in 2010 and originally joined the team as a walk-on.


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he UConn football program receives an incredible amount of media attention from television, radio and print media. The Connecticut television market is considered the 12th-largest in the country, while the state is also situated between two of the largest media markets in the country – No. 1 New York and No. 6 Boston.

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SNY, the official television home of UConn football, provides a broad range of programming for UConn fans, including live telecasts of selected games, replays of entire games, plus a condensed replay of games. Coach Paul Pasqualoni’s weeky press conference is also televised by SNY. All UConn football games are broadcast on the UConn Radio Network and its flagship station – WTIC-AM radio in Hartford. The strong 50,000-watt station can be heard in many states along the East Coast and Midwest. On game days at Rentschler Field, WTIC broadcasts upwards of 12 hours of programming around UConn football – including a pregame show from the “Dog House” studio, located in the heart of the stadium parking lots. The games can also be heard worldwide on UConnHuskies.com and wtic.com. UConn athletics has always been famous for the number of daily newspapers that follow the team. Whether it’s home or away, practice or gameday, Husky sports always makes the news on a state, regional and national level. The UConn football program is quickly becoming one of the most televised programs in the nation. Over the last three seasons, 53 of 63 UConn games have been televised with appearances on ABC, the ESPN Family of Networks and NBC.

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Later, Randy Edsall, tears of joy still hanging sweetly in his eyes, was asked how he felt in those closing moments of regulation. “I said, ‘Here we go again,’ ” Edsall answered. “You’re staying positive. You’re thinking what you’re going to tell them when they make the field goal. Boom. You miss.” “You start thinking about the past and how close we came and didn’t come out with the win,” Dixon said. “I tried to keep myself positive and say, ‘We

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The tears were in coach Randy Edsall’s eyes moments before he entered the interview room. UConn’s 33-30 double-overtime win over Notre Dame on Saturday, a victory Edsall called the best in the Huskies’ Division I history, had that kind of effect. “I’m just so proud of those kids over in the locker room and those assistant Next For coaches,” UConn Edsall said. (5-5) “We >> Saturday vs. persevered Syracuse (4-7), today and ended up just noon, Rentschler Field, Ch. 59 making a couple plays Inside at the end >> Harvard that we comeback stuns hadn’t been Yale, 14-10. able to make >> Central rallies in some of to win NEC title. our earlier Stories, E10 games.” As they filed out of the locker room and into the arms of loved ones, the Huskies wore blue No. 6 shirts honoring Jasper Howard. They had been trying to get a win for their fallen teammate since he was stabbed to death on the UConn campus Oct. 18. On Saturday, they got it. “Feels good,” said receiver Kashif Moore, who scored the first points in the first OT on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Zach Frazer, who was 12 of 25 for 141 yards. “We’re just thankful that we were able to finally put together a win,” Edsall said. “So now we can take a game ball and send it down to . . . the Howard family because I know one thing — that little No. 6 was looking down on us today.” Sophomore Jordan Todman rushed for 130 yards and a touchdown on 26 carries and Andre Dixon added 114 yards on 20 carries, including a 4-yard run in the second OT to

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KASHIF MOORE (82), Zach Frazer (10) and Andre Dixon (2) gather in the end zone after Moore catches an 11-yard touchdown pass from Frazer in the first overtime to give UConn a 27-20 lead. Dixon later scored the winning touchdown on a 4-yard run. Go to courant.com/uconnfootball for more game photos.

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OUTH BEND, Ind. — There was a holding call. Of course, there was a holding call. Andre Dixon carried the ball from the 26 to the cusp of the goal line with 2:36 left, yet before UConn could make this late Saturday afternoon a magical one, a yellow flag flew. Marcus Easley. And it was questionable call. Three plays later, with 91 seconds remaining, there was another holding call. Of course, there was. Dixon carried the ball 11 yards into the Notre Dame end zone and before UConn could make this day a day of forever

memories, another yellow flag give UConn a 23-20 victory. was outlined across the This seemed altogether blue-gray November sky. fitting. Teggart had been Anthony Sherman. Jasper Howard’s Holding. roommate, and after he And, so, here was David had missed two field Teggart, who had tied the goals against West score at 20 after those two Virginia in the game penalties kept UConn out immediately following JEFF JACOBS of the end zone, lining up Jazz’s death, Teggart had jjacobs@courant.com spoken passionately from 37 yards after Notre Dame had fumbled the ball about his chance to win a away with 49 seconds left. Now, only 3 game on the final play. He wanted it. seconds remained at Notre Dame Here it was. Teggart pulled the kick Stadium and Teggart had his chance to left.

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arvard-Yale is still compelling, in the way network television was in the 1970s. Sadly, most of the world has moved on from all the boola-boola to the BCS and Food Network. Still, when the Yale seniors reunite in 25 years, masters of industry, finance and politics, sipping single malt scotch, they will remember an illogical call by their rookie coach, Tom Williams — a fake, fourth-quarter punt on fourth-and-22 from the Elis’ 25 that fell short and ultimately led to Harvard’s winning score. That’s too bad.

with JOHN ALTAVILLA history. Randy Edsall’s pregame interview with NBC’s Alex Flanagan was the most important recruiting pitch he’ll ever give, but no less significant than the halftime feature on Jazz Howard’s death, which bathed campus, coach and program in a most favorable light for future recruits. As for the performance, it was nothing short of stellar. A win after watching two potential, game-winning, fourth-quarter TDs called back for holding. And a missed field goal at the gun.

Lawler and Michael Smith, for making insensitive comments about Memphis center Hamed Haddadi, who is Iranian. Of course, Fox is assuming someone was actually watching. It’s the Clippers, remember. . . . The WNBA remains intent on moving Sacramento to the San Francisco Bay area after local ownership bailed. We love the WNBA, but here’s the problem: There aren’t too many people who even know there was a team in Sacramento. >> The Jets better play a little today against

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>> Up next: Hofstra, Friday, Gampel Pavilion, 7:30 p.m., CPTV. >> The Huskies hope to . . . Get career win No. 700 for coach Geno Auriemma. ? Trivia time: Auriemma’s first victory? 73-67 at Iona

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he University of Connecticut football equipment room, under the leadership of Football Equipment Manager Chris Stasaitis, is designed to handle the everyday equipment needs of each UConn football student-athlete, along with the team’s coaches and support personnel, and is responsible for the transport of 6,000 pounds of equipment to games.

On game days, Stasaitis his assistant Ben Ginn and his staff enjoy generous space in Rentschler Field’s modern equipment room, which was specially designed with high counters to allow for extra storage, convenient access to trunks and easier transitions in and out of the facility. On a daily basis, football equipment needs are handled from another new state-of-the art facility – The Burton Family Football Complex, located on the Storrs campus. UConn football enjoys the use of a spacious locker room in that facility with all equipment issues handled in a nearby and spacious equipment facility. The UConn equipment room is stocked with products from Nike, Riddell and Schutt. Nike is the official uniform, apparel and footwear supplier of UConn football.


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he UConn Video Services Department, under the leadership of Director of Video Services David Kaplan, services the video and technological needs of the Connecticut football program, with its top of the line equipment and video facilities in The Burton Family Football Complex. The work of the video department provides the coaches and players with the best in scouting and teaching through thousands of hours of video that they shoot during the course of the year. All work in the UConn Video Department is currently done with the DV Sport Advanced Digital Video Analysis System. The system is universally recognized as the best in the business and gives the UConn football staff the best preparation for scouting opponents, self-scouting and player development. The system also enables each member of the UConn coaching staff to have their own video digital viewing system at their desk. It gives the coaching staff endless possibilities for cut-ups and gives them the ability to tailor videotapes to any specific player on the team.

The department also produces the content on the official video streaming service of the Division of Athletics – HuskyVision by AT&T. The service includes the live streaming of sporting events and press conferences in addition to the production of feature stories. In addition, the department is responsible for the production of scoreboard video shows at Rentschler Field for football and the XL Center and Gampel Pavilion for men’s and women’s basketball. The UConn Video Department includes Kaplan and Assistant Director of Video Services Keith Anderson, Jason Isenberg, Lindsey Lemoine and Jason Sanders along with assistant Emily Noonan.

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ntering its 21st season as a football-playing entity in 2011, the BIG EAST Conference has been at the forefront of major college football since its formal entrance into the sport. By any objective metric, BIG EAST football has been an unmitigated success as the conference regularly puts its teams in position to compete for the Bowl Championship Series National Championship while amassing an impressive head-to-head record against its counterparts. Under its current membership configuration, which has been in place for six years, the BIG EAST is a combined 186-79 in nonconference games. The .702 winning percentage marks the best sixyear run in the history of the conference. In the past five seasons, the BIG EAST’s .725 nonconference winning percentage ranks second among all Bowl Subdivision conferences. In addition, the BIG EAST was a combined 4-2 in bowl games last season, marking the fifth straight season in which the league had a winning record in the postseason. In the Bowl Championship Series era (1998 to present), the BIG EAST’s .615 postseason winning percentage ranks second among all conferences and is the best of any BCS automatic-qualifying conference. The nonconference and postseason records both speak to the depth of the BIG EAST, which is the only conference that has seen each of its members play in at least one bowl game in the last two seasons. The BIG EAST is also the only league in which each team has won at least one bowl game in the last four years.

UConn players and coaches celebrate the Huskies’ 2010 BIG EAST Championship – their second in the past five years.

Six of the BIG EAST’s eight current members have won at least a share of the league title in the last seven years. Under the leadership of longtime commissioner Michael Tranghese, the BIG EAST Conference’s entrance into football was announced Feb. 5, 1991. The league gained instant credibility with its level of excellence on the field and with its television and bowl relationships. The BIG EAST has been a charter member of each of the major bowl agreements with the major conferences, beginning with the Bowl Coalition in 1992, followed by the Bowl Alliance in 1995 and the Bowl Championship Series in 1998. Since its birth, the BIG EAST has been a national power both on and off the field. The BIG EAST has been a frequent contender for the national championship. Eight times in the league’s 20 seasons, a BIG EAST squad has played for a claim to the national crown in a postseason game. The conference began a new era in 2009 when John Marinatto became the BIG EAST Commissioner. Marinatto was at the forefront of the league’s reorganization efforts which have made the conference as strong as it has ever been. The 2011 season will mark the fourth year of a six-year arrangement with ESPN that gives the BIG EAST unrivaled exposure on ABC television and the ESPN family of networks. ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC carry a minimum of 19 BIG EAST home games each season, marking the highest guaranteed total on ESPN and ABC in league history. Championship Week in December includes three BIG EAST games on either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. At least four BIG EAST games are featured on ESPN’s Thursday-night package each year.


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Nick Carparelli Jr.

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Tom Odjakjian

Associate Commissioner

In addition, ESPN Regional will continue to produce and distribute its BIG EAST Network Game of the Week package to a nationally syndicated audience, reaching more than 30 million homes. Most of these games also will be available as part of the ESPN GamePlan subscription service. Finally, a minimum of five home games will be carried on ESPNU. Extensive television exposure and the BIG EAST have been synonymous terms. The league established its own regional fotball television package in 1991 before it had played a game. The BIG EAST Television Network immediately was the largest regional college football network in the country. The BIG EAST has always aligned itself with prestigious bowl games. The league is one of the original founders of the Bowl Championship Series and continues to be one of only six conferences that receives an automatic annual bid. The BIG EAST Conference champion earns the league’s automatic BCS bid. The BCS – which enters its 14th season in 2011-12 – is a five-game arrangement for postseason college football that is designed to match the two top-rated teams in a national championship game and to create exciting and competitive matchups between eight other highly regarded teams in four other BCS games. If the BIG EAST champion finishes No. 1 or No. 2 in the final BCS standings, that team earns a spot in the BCS National Championship Game. Otherwise, the league champion will compete in one of the four remaining BCS bowl games – the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Discover Orange Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl or the Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio. Each bowl hosts two games once every four years - its traditional game plus the National Championship Game approximately one week later. The BIG EAST unveiled an enhanced collection of bowl partnerships beginning in 2010 that matches conference teams against opponents from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big 12 Conference, the Southeastern Conference and Conference USA. The Champs Sports Bowl has the first selection of BIG EAST teams after the conference’s BCS representative is determined. During the four years of the deal, the Champs Sports Bowl has the option to choose Notre Dame once in place of a BIG EAST team. The Atlantic Coast Conference will provide the opposition for the Champs Sports Bowl, which is played in Orlando, Fla.

John Paquette

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Chuck Sullivan

Director of Communications (Football)

Terry McAulay Coordinator of Football Officiating

The BIG EAST enters its 10th year as a partner with the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C. Played in Bank of America Stadium, the Belk Bowl will select its BIG EAST participant after the Champs Sports Bowl with the ACC again providing the opponent. The BIG EAST and the Big 12 conferences partnered for a new bowl game in 2010 as the New Era Pinstripe Bowl was played for the first time at Yankee Stadium in New York City. In the event that the Big 12 is unable to send an eligible team to the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Notre Dame could step in as the BIG EAST team’s opponent. A BIG EAST representative will face either an opponent from the Southeastern Conference or the Conference USA champion as part of a four-year arrangement with the BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham, Ala., and the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis. The BIG EAST will send a team to one of those bowl games in each year of the deal. The BIG EAST has been a partner with the BBVA Compass Bowl since 2006 and has seen its teams go 5-0 in the previous games. Louisville, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and West Virginia, meanwhile, have all played in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in past years. The 2011 season will mark the fourth year of the BIG EAST’s partnership with the Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl pairs the BIG EAST representative against an opponent from Conference USA. The enhanced lineup gives BIG EAST teams access to at least six postseason games each year.


Table of Co n t e n t s Coaching Staff Head Coach Paul Pasqualoni.............................................................84-87 George DeLeone...................................................................................... 88 Don Brown.............................................................................................. 89 Clayton White......................................................................................... 90 Hank Hughes.......................................................................................... 91 Joe Moorehead......................................................................................... 92 Matt Cersosimo....................................................................................... 93 Mike Foley............................................................................................... 94 Jon Wholley............................................................................................. 95 Darrell Perkins......................................................................................... 96 All-Time Assistant Coaches..................................................................... 97 Support Staff.................................................................................... 98-100

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History

CONNECTICUT FOOTBALL The Connecticut Football Philospophy.................................................2-3 The UConn Coaching Staff...................................................................4-5 Rentschler Field......................................................................................6-7 This Is UConn........................................................................................8-9 The Burton Family Football Complex..............................................10-11 Mark R. Shenkman Training Center................................................12-13 The 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl..........................................................14-15 UConn And Bowl Games..................................................................16-17 Counseling Program For Intercollegiate Athletes..............................18-19 UConn And The NFL.......................................................................20-21 Pro Testing Day/NFL Combine............................................................. 22 UConn And All-Star Games................................................................... 23 Strength and Conditioning................................................................24-25 UConn Football In The Community...............................................26-27 Sports Medicine....................................................................................... 28 Sports Nutrition...................................................................................... 29 UConn Football Alumni......................................................................... 30 UConn Football And Walk-Ons............................................................ 31 The Media Spotlight Is On The Huskies..........................................32-33 Equipment Services................................................................................. 34 Video Department................................................................................... 35 The BIG EAST Conference...............................................................36-37 Table Of Contents.............................................................................38-39 Qucks Facts.............................................................................................. 40

2011 Preview Season Preview....................................................................................42-46 2011 Schedule......................................................................................... 47 Depth Chart............................................................................................ 48 Squad Brekdown..................................................................................... 49 Alphabetical Roster.............................................................................50-51 Numerical Roster................................................................................52-53 Student-Athlete Profiles......................................................................54-79 Incoming Freshmen...........................................................................80-82 The University of Connecticut is committed to honoring collegiate athletic competition by demonstrating pride, responsibility and respect. The UConn community, fans, alumni, students, coaches and student-athletes promote these core values as proud Huskies and first class competitors

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Year-By-Year Records............................................................................120 All-Time Coaches And Captains..........................................................121 All-Time Results............................................................................ 122-128 All-Time Opponent Series....................................................................129 Letterwinners................................................................................. 130-136 Historical Timeline........................................................................ 137-139 Bowl Records.........................................................................................140 Bowl Game Recaps........................................................................ 141-145 All-Americans.........................................................................................146 All-Conference . ................................................................................... 147 UConn And The NFL.................................................................. 148-149 UConn And The CFL.................................................................. 150-151 Team Awards.........................................................................................152


T a b l e o f Contents University

of Connecticut The University Connecticut ....................................................... 180-181 The UConn Experience .............................................................. 182-183 Amazing Facilities......................................................................... 184-185 Top 10 Reasons to Attend UConn ............................................ 186-187 Storrs Center..........................................................................................188 President Susan Herbst..........................................................................189 Prominent UConn Alumni........................................................... 190-191 Close To Storrs.............................................................................. 192-193 The “State” Of UConn................................................................. 194-195 Greater Hartford....................................................................................196 UConn Athletic Facilities......................................................................197 UConn Athletics............................................................................ 198-199 Director of Athletics Jeffrey Hathaway......................................... 200-201 Administrative Staff And Head Coaches..............................................202 Husky Traditions...................................................................................203 Rentschler Field............................................................................. 204-206 J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum..........................207 UConn Athletic Development Fund....................................................208 BIG EAST Bowl Games.......................................................................209 WTIC-UConn Radion Network..........................................................210 UConn and SNY...................................................................................211 UConn Athletic Communications.......................................................212

Records Individual Career Records . ......................................................... 154-157 Year-by-Year Leaders ........................................................................... 158 Seasonal Records ......................................................................... 159-162 Single-Game Records .................................................................. 163-164 Single-Game Superlatives .................................................................... 165 100-Yard Performances ............................................................... 166-167 The Last Time ............................................................................. 168-169 All-Time Defense/Special Teams . ...................................................... 170 Opponent Records .............................................................................. 171 Seasonal Team Records ............................................................... 172-173 Single-Game Team Records ............................................................... 174 Bowl Subdivision Era Records .................................................... 175-178

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF The 2011 University of Connecticut Football Media Guide is a publication of the UConn Division of Athletics: Jeffrey Hathaway, Director Written and edited by UConn Athletic Communications: Mike Enright .......................... Associate Athletic Director Communications Kyle Muncy ............................. Assistant Athletic Director Communications Patrick McKenna .................... Assistant Director Athletic Communications Luanne Dunstan ................................... Athletic Communications Secretary Renee Adam ........................................... Athletic Communications Assistant Sagan Byrne.............................................. Athletic Communications Assistant Matt Lee ................................................. Athletic Communications Assistant Layout and Design by: Maggie Oren, MB Design Photography by: Stephen Slade, Bob Stowell, University Communications, University of Connecticut Photo Services, John Korduner, Dan Burns, Jim Percival, University of Connecticut Thomas J. Dodd Research Center Archive and Special Collections, The Hartford Courant, Associated Press, Athlon Sports, John Korduner, The BIG EAST Conference, The National Football League and its member franchises, Pratt & Whitney Corporation, Aerial Photography, Andy Baylock, Chad Turner, Basketball Hall of Fame, Bob Falcetti, ESPN, Providence Warwick Convention and Visitors Bureau, New York City Convention and Visitors Bureau, WireImage, Michael C. Hebert/New Orleans Saints, the Buffalo Bills, C.W. Pack, Rick. A Kolodziej, James D. Smith and Urban Design Associates/Leyland Alliance.

UConn and Nike

The University of Connecticut Division of Athletics and Nike, Inc., began an exclusive corporate sponsorship in the summer of 2008. The contract term covers a 10-year period from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2018 and makes Nike the exclusive footwear, apparel and equipment provider for UConn Athletics. It is the largest corporate sponsorship package in the history of UConn Athletics and is among the largest of its kind between Nike and an intercollegiate athletic program.

UConn and IMG

The University of Connecticut reached an agreement in 2008 with IMG College, a division of IMG Worldwide, for a 10-year athletics multi-media rights partnership. IMG College handles the rights associated with corporate partners, on-site opportunities, signage, corporate suites, game programs and all online components. IMG College is the leader in developing integrated licensing, marketing, and multi-media opportunities for the nation’s top collegiate brands across local, regional, and national platforms.  IMG College partners include the NCAA and its 88 championships, NCAA Football, leading conferences, and some of the most prestigious universities in the country.  Tom Murphy is the General Manager of UConn Sports Marketing/IMG College and can be reached at 100 Allyn Street, Hartford, Conn., 06103, (860) 904-7740.

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Quick Facts UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT FAST FACTS

UCONN FOOTBALL FAST FACTS

Location: .................................................. Storrs, Connecticut 06269 Founded: . ................................................................................... 1881 Number of Schools and Colleges: ............................................... 14 Undergraduate Branches:............. Avery Point, Hartford, Stamford, ................................................................. Torrington, Waterbury Off Campus Professional Schools: ......................... Law, Medicine, ......................................................Social Work, Dental Medicine Total Enrollment: ................................................................... 30,034 Undergraduate at Storrs: ....................................................... 17,345 Total Undergraduate: . ........................................................... 21,881 Graduate/Professional Students: . ........................................... 8,153 President: .................................................................Dr. Susan Herbst

Colors: . .............................................. National Flag Blue and White Nicknames: .............................................................. Huskies, UConn Affiliation: . ............................................... Football Bowl Subdivision Conference: ...................................................................... BIG EAST Stadium: . .................................................................. Rentschler Field Playing Surface: ........................................................... Natural Grass 2010 Record...................................................... 8-5, 5-2 BIG EAST 2010 Conference Finish.................................................... Tied First 2010 Bowl Game............................................Tostitos Fiesta (2011) Base Offense........................................................................ Multiple Base Defense..........................................................................4-3/3-4 Football Office Address: ..................... 505 Stadium Road, U-3204 Storrs, CT 06269-3204 Football Office Phone: . .......................................... (860) 486-2718 Football Office FAX: ............................................... (860) 486-2197 Head Coach..............................................................Paul Pasqualoni Alma Mater.................................................................Penn State ‘72 Overall Collegiate Coaching Record.................................141-76-1 Assistant Coaches: Offensive Coord./Tight Ends............... George DeLeone, First Year (Connecticut ’70) Defensive Coord./Cornerbacks....................Don Brown, First Year (Norwich ’77) Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line..... Hank Hughes, 11th Year (Springfield ’79) Special Teams Coord./Running Backs... Clayton White, First Year (North Carolina State ’01) Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coord. ........ Matt Cersosimo, 6th Year (Springfield ’00) Offensive Line................................................Mike Foley, 6th Yaear (Colgate ’78) Quarterbacks...............................................Joe Moorhead, 3rd Year (Fordham ’96) Safeties....................................................... Darrell Perkins, 2nd Year (Wyoming ’90) Linebackers....................................................Jon Wholley, 2nd Year (Connecticut ’04) Offensive Graduate Assistant: ...................Andrew Breiner, 3rd Yr. (Lock Haven, Pa. ’06) Defensive Graduate Assistant: .....................Shane Fogarty, 2nd Yr. (Connecticut ’06) Director of Football Operations: ............. Tim Pendergast, 4th Yr. (SUNY Cortland ‘80) Recruiting Assistant: ............................... Dave Wilczewski, 4th Yr. (Connecticut ‘08) Dir. Of Alumni & Community Affairs: ..... Andy Baylock, 9th Yr. (Central Conn. ’60) Program Aide............................................Michael Cerullo, 1st Year (Central Connecticut ’99)

DIVISION OF ATHLETICS FAST FACTS Director of Athletics: ......................................... Jeffrey A. Hathaway Division of Athletics Address: ........... 2095 Hillside Road, U-1173 Storrs, CT 06269-1173 Athletics Phone: ....................................................... (860) 486-2725 Athletics Website: ............................................. UConnHuskies.com Husky Sports Hotline: ............................................ (860) 486-5050 Varsity Sports: ................................................................................ 24 Women’s (13): Basketball, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball Men’s (11): Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field

2010 UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT FOOTBALL RESULTS Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 8 Oct. 23 Oct. 29 Nov. 11 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Jan. 1

at Michigan L, 30-10 TEXAS SOUTHERN W, 62-3 at Temple L, 30-16 BUFFALO W, 45-21 VANDERBILT W, 40-21 at Rutgers* L, 27-24 at Louisville* L, 26-0 WEST VIRGINIA* W, 16-13 (OT) PITTSBURGH* W, 30-28 at Syracuse* W, 23-6 CINCINNATI* W, 38-17 at USF* W, 19-16 vs. Oklahoma L, 48-20 (Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Glendale, Ariz.)

* BIG EAST Conference Game

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2011 Preview ......................................... 2011 Schedule ........................................ Depth Chart . ......................................... Personnel .............................................. Alphabetical Roster . ............................. Pronunciation Guide .............................. Numerical Roster . ................................ Geographical Breakdown . ..................... Student-Athlete Bios . ........................... Newcomer Bios . ....................................

Senior defensive tackle Kendall Reyes was an All-BIG EAST selection last year and will be a team captain for the second consecutive year.

42-46 47 48 49 50-51 51 52-53 53 54-80 81-82


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here is an air of excitement and freshness as the University of Connecticut football team enters the 2011 season. The Huskies are coming off their second BIG EAST Conference Championship in the past four years and their first-ever appearance in a Bowl Championship Series game. In addition, the program is experiencing a new energy with the debut of head coach Paul Pasqualoni. A Cheshire native returning to his home state, Pasqualoni has been a collegiate head coach for 19 seasons and has led teams to nine bowl games. He has extensive experience on all levels of football – from being an NFL coordinator to the high school level. Pasqualoni has built an incredibly experienced coaching staff for the UConn program. New offensive coordinator George DeLeone has coached for 40 seasons on all levels of football, including experience in 12 bowl games. Defensive coordinator Don Brown has had great success as a collegiate head coach at three different New England schools – leading them all to postseason play. Clayton White, a former NFL player and a standout performer at North Carolina State, has been brought on to be the special teams coordinator and work with the running backs. The UConn coaching staff also has six assistant coaches returning from last year to ensure continuity for the program. The group has an amazing 196 season of collegiate coaching and 42 seasons of head coaching.

OFFENSE

BACKFIELD

The UConn offense will have plenty of new faces looking for playing time at some key positions. The Huskies return five starters on the offensive side of the ball that will play in 2011 and lose five. All-

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American tailback Jordan Todman declared for the NFL Draft after his junior year and dependable quarterback Zach Frazer has graduated. In addition, veteran fullback Anthony Sherman and experienced offensive guard Zach Hurd and Mathieu Olivier have all graduated. The quarterback spot looks to be a wide-open race for playing time. Redshirt sophomore Mike Box has the most experience out of any QB on the team as he played in five games last year and started one contest.

Adam Masters

Ryan Griffin


2 0 1 1 H u s k i e s S e a s o n Preview Also in the battle are redshirt freshman Scott McCummings and midyear enrollee Mike Nebrich. Redshirt junior Johnny McEntee and redshirt freshman Blaise Driscoll are also in the mix. Like the QB position, there will be plenty of opportunities in the running game for the returning players. Senior D.J. Shoemate, who transferred from USC for the 2010 season, played in all 13 games last year, but had limited carries with the ball. Redshirt sophomore Martin Hyppolite also played in 13 games, but some of those were on the defense. Redshirt freshman Lyle McCombs will get a long look at tailback as will redshirt senior Jonathan Jean-Louis, who has seen action on both sides of the ball during his career. Sophomore Jordan Huxtable will also look for playing time. The fullback spot has redshirt junior Mark Hinkley and redshirt freshman Reuben Frank in that spot. Mid-year enrollee Sean McQuillan will also get a chance there.

OFFENSIVE LINE Those listed as returning guards for the spring of 2011 lack game day experience, but have shown promise behind the scenes. Redshirt senior Gary Bardzak has been moved here from the center spot and has played in 12 career games. Redshirt freshman Guz Cruz has been a vocal leader already for the Huskies while redshirt sophomores Tyler Bullock and Steve Greene have seen limited playing time. Redshirt Joseph Danielson is also at this position. The tackle spot is full of veterans with redshirt senior Mike Ryan, who has 20 career starts (10 in ’10) and redshirt junior Adam Masters, who started 11 games last year and has 18 career starts. Both of them were key factors in Todman’s ability to be the second-leading rusher in the country last year. Ryan was a First Team All-BIG EAST pick in 2010. Redshirt freshman Kevin Friend played in six games last year with a pair of starts.

Center is another experienced spot with two-year starter Moe Petrus back, who has started a total of 39 games as a Husky. He was a Second Team All-BIG EAST pick last year. Redshirt freshman Bryan Paull is also at center.

WIDE RECEIVER/TIGHT END The tight end spot looks to be in good shape with a pair of redshirt juniors – Ryan Griffin, who started nine games last year and has 19 career starts, and John Delahunt, who saw playing time in all 13 games last year. Griffin has been named as a preseason candidate for the John Mackey Award. Griffin was the third-leading receiver on the team with 31 receptions while Delahunt had five. Redshirt junior Corey Manning and redshirt freshman Teddy Baker and Mark Hansson are also at tight end. There is experience back at wide receiver led by redshirt senior Kashif Moore, who was second on the team with 36 receptions and led the team with four touchdowns. Redshirt senior Isiah Moore had 15 receptions with a TD. A number of other players will be looking for playing time in the wide receiver rotation. Junior Nick Williams looks to be a factor and continue on kickoff returns, where he led the country in yards per return last year. Williams was a Second Team All-BIG EAST pick as a returner. Redshirt freshmen Tebucky Jones, Geremy Davis are in the mix here as is redshirt sophomore Malik Generett, who will be looking for his first collegiate playing time. Sophomore Frank Guardi is also at wide receiver.

Redshirt junior Jimmy Bennett, who has been hampered by injuries during his career, is at tackle this fall and he is joined by redshirt sophomore Stephen Brown and mid-year enrollee Dalton Gifford.

Kashif Moore

Mike Ryan

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Harris Agbor

Shamar Stephen

DEFENSE DEFENSIVE LINE

On the defensive side of the ball, the Huskies are experienced with nine starters and 17 lettermen back. The two departing starters are big in experienced linebackers Lawrence Wilson and Scott Lutrus, who combined for 91 career starts. The defensive end spot returns junior Jesse Joseph, who has 25 career starts under his belt and led the team with 12 tackles for a loss last year and 8.5 sacks. Junior Trevardo Williams played in all 13 games last year and made 29 tackles with 9.5 of them for a loss. Senior Marcus

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Dwayne Gratz

Campbell is also back here after missing the 2009 and ’10 season due to injury, but has played in 23 career games. Redshirt freshman Jonathan Louis will also look for playing time at the defensive end position, as will redshirt junior Teddy Jennings, redshirt freshman B.J. McBryde and mid-year enrollee Kenton Adeyemi. The options are many at defensive tackle, led by redshirt senior Kendall Reyes, a First Team All-BIG EAST pick last year. Reyes has 29 career starts, including 13 last year as he rotated between defensive end and tackle. Reyes had ten tackles for a loss last season with two interceptions.

Jerome Junior

Sio Moore


2 0 1 1 H u s k i e s S e a s o n Preview Redshirt senior Twyon Martin has also been a mainstay on the Husky defensive line with 31 career starts and had 30 tackles with five for a loss in 2010. Redshirt sophomore Shamar Stephen made 12 starts last year on the defensive line and 14 tackles with four for a loss. Redshirt junior Ryan Wirth and redshirt sophomore Tim Willman will look for increased playing time here. Redshirt freshman Angelo Pruitt is also at defensive tackle.

LINEBACKER The linebackers did lose key performers, but there is plenty of experience back. Leading the way is redshirt junior Sio Moore, who started nine games last year. Moore was the second-leading tackler on the team with 110 stops and 11.5 for a loss. Redshirt junior Jory Johnson played in nine games last year while classmate Jerome Williams saw action in 11 games. Experience senior Kijuan Dabney is at linebacker for this and redshirt sophomore David Kenney will be on the radar. Redshirt freshmen Andrew Opoku, Mike Osiecki, Yawin Smallwood and Brandon Steg all look for playing time as does redshirt junior Matt Edwards.

SECONDARY All four starters return for UConn in the secondary in redshirt junior Blidi Wreh-Wilson and redshirt junior Dwayne Gratz at the cornerbacks. Wreh-Wilson started all 13 games last year and made 56 tackles with four breakups. Wreh-Wilson returned four of his interceptions for TDs twice. Gratz, who had an interception return for a TD in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, also started all 13 games and was third on the team in tackles with 63 and a team-leading nine pass breakups. Redshirt senior Gary Wilburn, redshirt sophomore Chris Lopes, redshirt freshman Byron Jones will compete for playing time at cornerback. Sophomore Alex Kantor will also be in the mix. At the safety spots are redshirt junior Jerome Junior, who has 23 starts in two years, who was tied for fourth on the team with 59 tackles. Redshirt Harris Agbor, who was an Academic All-District pick last year, had 47 tackles with four for a loss. Redshirt freshman Ty-Meer Brown will look for his first collegiate playing time at safety. Sophomores Taylor Mack and Gilbert Stlouis will provide depth at cornerback. Also at that spot is redshirt sophomores Tevrin Brandon.

THE OFFENSE

THE DEFENSE

QUARTERBACKS

DEFENSIVE ENDS

Player

Cl. ’10 GP/CAR

Player

Cl. ’10 GP/CAR

Michael Box Blaise Driscoll Scott McCummings Johnny McEntee Michael Nebrich

RSo. RFr. RFr. RJr. Fr.

Kenton Adeyemi Marcus Campbell Teddy Jennings Jesse Joseph Jonathan Louis B.J. McBryde Trevardo Williams

Fr. Sr. RJr. Jr. RFr. RFr. Jr.

5/5 0/0 0/0 1/1 -/-

WIDE RECEIVERS Geremy Davis Malik Generett Frank Guardi Tebucky Jones Isiah Moore Kashif Moore Nick Williams

RFr. 0/0 RSo. 0/0 So. 0/0 RFr. 0/0 RSr. 13/27 RSr. 13/39 Jr. 18/11

TAILBACKS Lyle McCombs Jordan Huxtable Martin Hyppolite D.J. Shoemate Jonathan Jean-Louis

RFr. 0/0 So. 0/0 RSo. 13/13 Sr. 13/13 RSr. 9/30

FULLBACKS Rueben Frank Mark Hinkley Sean McQuillan

RFr. RJr. Fr.

0/0 1/1 -/-

RFr. RJr. RJr. RFr. RJr.

0/0 13/24 13/24 0/0 10/23

RFr. Rsr.

0/0 13/39

TIGHT ENDS Teddy Baker John Delahunt Ryan Griffin Mark Hansson Corey Manning

CENTERS Bryan Paull Moe Petrus

OFFENSIVE GUARDS Gary Bardzak Tyler Bullock Gus Cruz Joseph Danielson Steve Greene

RSr. RSo. RFr. RFr. RSo.

7/12 1/1 0/0 0/0 1/1

OFFENSIVE TACKLES Jimmy Bennett Stephen Brown Kevin Friend Dalton Gifford Adam Masters Mike Ryan

RJr. 4/4 RSo. 0/0 RSo. 6/6 Fr. -/RJr. 11/18 RSr. 12/26

-/0/23 12/12 12/25 0/0 0/0 13/26

DEFENSIVE TACKLES Twyon Martin Angelo Pruitt Kendall Reyes Shamar Stephen Tim Willman Ryan Wirth

RSr. 12/38 RFr. 0/0 RSr. 13/37 RSo. 12/12 RSo. 1/1 RJr. 7/9

LINEBACKERS Kijuan Dabney Matt Edwards Jory Johnson David Kenney Sio Moore Andrew Opoku Michael Osiecki Yawin Smallwood Brandon Steg Jerome Williams

Sr. 10/31 RJr. 0/0 RJr. 9/21 RSo. 5/5 RJr. 13/17 RFr. 0/0 RFr. 0/0 RFr. 0/0 RFr. 0/0 RJr. 11/15

CORNERBACKS Tevrin Brandon Dwayne Gratz Chris Lopes Taylor Mack Gary Wilburn Blidi Wreh-Wilson

RSo. RJr. RSo. So. RSr. RJr.

0/0 13/26 0/0 13/13 11/21 13/26

RSr. RFr. RFr. RJr. So. So.

11/16 0/0. –/– 13/26 0/0 6/6

SAFETIES Harris Agbor Ty-Meer Brown Byron Jones Jerome Junior Alex Kantor Gilbert Stlouis

SPECIAL TEAM PLACE KICKERS Player

Cl. ’10 GP/CAR

Dave Teggart

RSr.

13/32

PUNTERS Chad Christen Cole Wagner

RSo. 13/13 RSo. 13/13

LONG SNAPPERS Adam Mueller

So.

0/0

Chart contains all returning players plus 2011 mid-year enrollees

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SPECIAL TEAMS Both specialists return for UConn in redshirt senior Dave Teggart, who kicked two game-winning field goals in 2010, including a 52-yarder that beat USF and put the Huskies in the BCS. Teggart was an All-BIG EAST pick and holds the UConn school record for field goals in a career with 52. Redshirt sophomore Cole Wagner is back at punter after having a successful first year as a starter. His 41.3 yard per punt average was third in school single-season history.

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Redshirt sophomore Chad Christen will once again handle kickoffs and holder duties and be the backup punter and placekicker.

Junior Nick Williams led the country in kickoff return average last year. He will be joined by redshirt freshman Byron Jones at the slot. Williams, Taylor Mack, Gary Wilburn and Leon Kinnard all have punt return experience from last year. Sophomore Adam Mueller will work at long snapper replacing the reliable Derek Chard.

Dave Teggart

Cole Wagner


2011 S c h e d u l e DATE

OPPONENT

STADIUM, CITY

TIME

TV

Sept. 1

FORDHAM RENTSCHLER FIELD, EAST HARTFORD, CONN. 7:30pm UConn opens the ninth season of play at Rentschler Field and its first meeting with the Rams since 1915

ESPN3

Sept. 10

at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville, Tenn. 7:30 pm Huskies are 2-2 all-time vs. Southeastern Conference teams with wins over South Carolina and Vanderbilt

SNY

Sept. 16

IOWA STATE RENTSCHLER FIELD, EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Contest is return date for historic UConn win at Iowa State to end the 2002 season

8:00pm

ESPN/ESPN2

Sept. 24

at Buffalo UB Stadium, Buffalo, N.Y. Huskies meet Buffalo with a 14-4 series edge and a six-game winning streak vs. the Bulls

6:00 pm

SNY/ESPN Regional

Oct. 1

WESTERN MICHIGAN RENTSCHLER FIELD, EAST HARTFORD, CONN. The Broncos return to Rentschler Field after falling to the Huskies in the stadium’s debut year of 2003

3:30pm

SNY

Oct. 6

at West Virginia* Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown, WVa. UConn posted its first win over West Virginia in 2010 with a 16-13 overtime win at Rentschler

12:00pm

SNY/ESPN Regional

Oct. 15

USF* (HC) RENTSCHLER FIELD, EAST HARTFORD, CONN. TBA UConn won vs. USF last year in Tampa – the first time in five BIG EAST games that the road team won

TBA

Oct. 26

at Pittsburgh* Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pa. The Huskies have a 5-9 record in stadiums that currently house NFL teams

8:00pm

ESPN

Nov. 5

SYRACUSE* RENTSCHLER FIELD, EAST HARTFORD, CONN. UConn leads the series 5-2 – including wins in all three games at Rentschler Field

TBA

TBA

Nov. 19

LOUISVILLE* RENTSCHLER FIELD, EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Cardinals broke a three-game series losing streak with a shutout win at Louisville in 2010

TBA

TBA

Nov. 26

RUTGERS* RENTSCHLER FIELD, EAST HARTFORD, CONN. Six of the last eight games between these two teams have been decided by a touchdown or less

TBA

TBA

Dec. 3

at Cincinnati* Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio 12:00pm UConn has scored 123 points vs. the Bearcats in the last three meetings – with wins at Rentschler in ’08 and ‘10

ESPN or ESPN2

*Denotes BIG EAST Conference game; HC-Homecoming; Home Games in BOLD CAPS; Dates are subject to change; Game times and additional television information will be announced at later dates, often on a 12-day window prior to the contest.

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Depth Char t OFFENSE LT

LG

C

RG

RT

TE

WR

FB

QB

TB

WR

DEFENSE

71 72 78

Mike Ryan (RSr., 6-5, 335) Jimmy Bennett (RJr., 6-9, 306) Dalton Gifford (Fr., 6-5, 291)

DE

70 50 64

Gary Bardzak (RSr., 6-3, 289) Tyler Bullock (RSo., 6-4, 298) Joseph Danielson (RFr., 6-0, 292)

DT

57 68

Moe Petrus (RSr., 6-2, 302) Bryan Paull (RFr., 6-3, 300)

DT

69 65

Steve Greene (RSo., 6-4, 304) Gus Cruz (RFr., 6-4, 288)

63 77 61

Adam Masters (RJr., 6-4, 292) Kevin Friend (RSo., 6-5, 300) Stephen Brown (RSo., 6-6, 290)

89 94 81 96 92

John Delahunt (RJr., 6-3, 247) Ryan Griffin (RJr., 6-6, 248) Corey Manning (RJr., 6-5, 247) Mark Hansson (RFr., 6-5, 250) Teddy Baker (So., 6-4, 251)

6 85 84 31

Kashif Moore (RSr., 5-10, 175) Geremy Davis (RFr., 6-3, 211) Tebucky Jones (RFr., 5-11, 186) Nick Williams (Jr., 5-10, 185)

39 47 49

Mark Hinkley (RJr., 5-11, 226) Reuben Frank (RFr., 6-3, 238) Sean McQuillan (Fr., 6-4, 242)

4 11 18 2 17

Mike Box (RSo., 6-3, 209) Scott McCummings (RFr., 6-2, 218) Johnny McEntee (RJr., 6-3, 224) Mike Nebrich (Fr., 6-1, 204) Blaise Driscoll (RFr., 6-1, 189)

24 43 45 42 1

D.J. Shoemate (Sr., 5-11, 219) Lyle McCombs (RFr., 5-8, 172) Martin Hyppolite (RSo., 6-0, 215) Jordan Huxtable (So., 5-8, 180) Jonathan Jean-Louis (RSr., 6-0, 207)

83 87 17

Isiah Moore (RSr., 6-1, 195) Malik Generett (RSo., 6-4, 209) Frank Guardi (So., 5-11, 180)

DE OR

LB

LB OR

LB

CB OR OR OR OR

S

S

CB

48 95 97

Trevardo Williams (Jr., 6-1, 231) Kenton Adeyemi (Fr., 6-4, 251) B.J. McBryde (RFr., 6-4, 277)

4 53 56

Twyon Martin (RSr., 6-2, 273) Ryan Wirth (RJr., 6-2, 268) Angelo Pruitt (RFr., 6-2, 299)

99 59 51

Kendall Reyes (RSr., 6-4, 295) Shamar Stephen (RSo., 6-5, 315) Tim Willman (RSo., 6-3, 279)

91 98 58 26

Jesse Joseph (Jr., 6-3, 262) Teddy Jennings (RJr., 6-5, 248) Jonathan Louis (RFr., 6-5, 250) Marcus Campbell (Sr., 6-3, 231)

3 19 34 30

Sio Moore (RJr., 6-1, 232) Kijuan Dabney (Sr., 6-1, 204) David Kenney (RSo., 6-0, 206) Matt Edwards (RJr., 6-0, 189)

55 28 36

Jerome Williams (RJr., 6-1, 255) Jory Johnson (RJr., 6-1, 227) Mike Osiecki (RFr., 6-1, 238)

33 9 41

Yawin Smallwood (RFr., 6-2, 229) Andrew Opoku (RFr., 6-4, 223) Brandon Steg (RFr., 6-2, 221)

7 21 35

Dwayne Gratz (RJr., 6-0, 195) Gary Wilburn (RSr., 5-11, 197) Chris Lopes (RSo., 5-10, 184)

15 2 40

Jerome Junior (RJr., 6-1, 215) Gilbert Stlouis (So., 5-11, 183) Ty-Meer Brown (RFr., 6-0, 192)

25 16 38

Harris Agbor (RSr., 5-11, 199) Byron Jones (RFr., 6-1, 187) Alex Kantor (So., 5-9, 187)

5 29 20

Blidi Wreh-Wilson (RJr., 6-0, 192) Taylor Mack (So., 5-9, 169) Tevrin Brandon (RSo., 5-10, 177)

67 39

Adam Mueller (So., 6-1, 207) Mark Hinkley (RJr., 5-11, 226)

31 16

Nick Williams (Jr., 5-10, 185) Byron Jones (RFr., 6-1, 187)

31 29 21

Nick Williams (Jr., 5-10, 185) Taylor Mack (So., 5-9, 169) Gary Wilburn (RSr., 5-11, 197)

SPECIAL TEAMS PK

P

H

38 13

Dave Teggart (RSr., 6-0, 203) Chad Christen (RSo., 6-1, 201)

DS

86 13

Cole Wagner (RSo., 6-2, 211) Chad Christen (RSo., 6-1, 201)

KR

13 86

Chad Christen (RSo., 6-1, 201) Cole Wagner (RSo., 6-2, 211)

PR

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Letterme n C h a r t

OFFENSE

DEFENSE

RETURNING LETTERMEN (11)

RETURNING LETTERMEN (16)

Pos. OT (3) C (1) WR (3) TE (3) TB (1)

Pos. DE (4) DT (3) LB (2) CB (5) S (2)

Player (Letters) Kevin Friend (1), Adams Masters (2), Mike Ryan (2) Moe Petrus (3) Isiah Moore (2), Kashif Moore (3), Nick Williams (1) John Delahunt (2), Ryan Griffin (2), Corey Manning (2) Jonathan Jean-Louis (2)*

* - Jean-Louis won letter as a defensive back in 2008 and 2009

* - Campbell won letters in 2007 and 2008

LETTERMEN LOST (9) Pos. OG (2) QB (1) TB (2) TE (1) FB (2) WR (1)

Player (Letters) Zach Hurd (4), Mathieu Olivier (2) Zach Frazer (3) Robbie Frey (3), Jordan Todman (3) Alex Kaiser (1) Brett Manning (2), Anthony Sherman (4) Dwayne Difton (1)

RETURNING STARTERS (5) Pos. WR T T C TE

Player Kashif Moore Adam Masters Mike Ryan Moe Petrus Ryan Griffin

’10 Starts/Career 10/21 10/10 11/20 13/39 9/19

STARTERS LOST (5) Pos. G G QB FB TB

Player Mathieu Olivier Zach Hurd Zach Frazer Antony Sherman Jordan Todman

Player (Letters) Macus Campbell (2)*, Ted Jennings (1), Jesse Joseph (2), Trevardo Williams (2) Twyon Martin (3), Kendall Reyes (3), Shamar Stephen (1) Jory Johnson (2), Sio Moore (1) Kijuan Dabney (3), Dwayne Gratz (2), Taylor Mack (1), Gary Wilburn (2), Blidi Wreh-Wilson (2) Harris Agbor (1), Jerome Junior (2)

’10 Starts/Career 11/16 13/40 10/24 8/28 12/19

LETTERMEN LOST (8) Pos. DT (1) LB (4) DB (1) DE (1) S (1)

Player (Letters) Alex Polito (3) Greg Lloyd (3), Scott Lutrus (4), Emmanuel Omokaro (1), Lawrence Wilson (4) Mike Lang (2) A.J. Portee (1) John Yurek (1)

RETURNING STARTERS (9) Pos. DT DT DT DE LB CB S S CB

Player Kendall Reyes* Twyon Martin Shamar Stephen Jesse Joseph Sio Moore Blidi Wreh-Wilson Jerome Junior Harris Agbor Dwayne Gratz

’10 Starts/Career 13/29 12/31 8/8 12/25 9/9 13/22 11/23 8/8 13/18

* - Reyes started games at both DE and DT

STARTERS LOST (2) Pos. LB LB

Player Scott Lutrus Lawrence Wilson

’10 Starts/Career 9/41 13/50

SPECIALISTS RETURNING LETTERMEN (3)

RETURNING STARTERS (2)

Pos. PK (1) KO (1) P (1)

Pos. PK P

Player (Letters) Dave Teggart (3) Chad Christen (1) Cole Wagner (1)

LETTERMEN LOST (1) Pos. LS (1)

Player Dave Teggart Cole Wagner

’10 Starts/Career 13/32 13/13

STARTERS LOST (None)

Player (Letters) Derek Chard (2)

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Name

Ht.

Wt.

Pos.

Cl.

Hometown/HS/Prep

Abrams, Kamal Adams, Andrew Adeyemi, Kenton Agbor, Harris * Ashiru, Jefferson Baker, Teddy Bardzak, Gary Bennett, Jimmy Box, Michael Brandon, Tevrin Brown, Stephen Brown, Ty-Meer Bullock, Tyler Campbell, Marcus ** Campenni, Julian Christen, Chad * Claflin, Jeremy Clark, Tyree Cruz, Gus Dabney, Kijuan *** Danielson, Joseph Davis, Geremy Deiana, Matthew Delahunt, John ** DeLorenzo, Max Donohue, Ryan Driscoll, Blaise Edwards, Matt Foxx, Deshon Frank, Reuben Friend, Kevin * Generett, Malik Gifford, Dalton Goodrich, David Gratz, Dwayne ** Greene, Steve Griffin, Ryan ** Guardi, Frank Hansson, Mark Hemingway, Xavier Hinkley, Mark Huxtable, Jordan Hyppolite, Martin Jean-Louis, Jonathan ** Jennings, Ted * Johnson, Jory ** Jones, Byron Jones, Tebucky Joseph, Jesse ** Junior, Jerome ** Kantor, Alex Kenney, David Lee, Wilbert Lopes, Chris Louis, Jonathan Mack, Taylor * Maher, Conor Manco, Dominick

5-10 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-9 6-3 5-10 6-6 6-0 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-3 5-7 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-6 5-11 6-5 6-4 5-11 5-8 6-0 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-5 5-9 6-2 6-1

175 185 257 199 210 251 289 306 209 177 290 192 298 231 274 201 180 187 288 204 292 211 175 247 209 230 189 189 170 238 300 209 294 175 195 304 248 180 250 247 226 180 215 207 248 227 187 186 262 215 187 206 202 184 250 169 215 251

WR S DE S LB TE G OT QB CB OT S OG DE DT K/P S CB OG LB OG WR TB TE RB LB QB OLB RB FB OT WR OT K CB OG TE WR TE OT FB TB TB TB DE OLB DB WR DE S S OLB S CB DE CB LB LS

Fr. Fr. Fr. RSr. Fr. So. RSr. RJr. RSo. RSo. RSo. RFr. RSo. Sr. Fr. RSo. Fr. Fr. RFr. Sr. RFr. RFr. Fr. RJr. Fr. Jr. So. RJr. Fr. RFr. RSo. RSo. Fr. Fr. RJr. RSo. RJr. So. RFr. Fr. RJr. So. RSo. RSr. RJr. RJr. RFr. RFr. Jr. RJr. So. RSo. Fr. RSo. RFr. So. Jr. Fr.

Dover, Del./Dover Fayetteville, Ga./Woodward Academy Wethersfield, Conn./Fork Union Mesquite, Texas/Horn Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern Longmeadow, Mass./Loomis Chaffee Mar Lin, Pa./Pottsville Alexandria, Va./West Potomac Suwanee, Ga./Collins Hill Bethlehem, Pa./ Bethlehem Catholic Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Mechanicsburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg Bloomfield, Conn./Bloomfield West Pittson, Pa./Wyoming Area Etters, Pa./Red Lane West Hartford, Conn./Conard Tampa, Fla./Alonso Manchester, N.H./Kimball Union Academy Houston, Texas/Yates Baldwin, N.Y./Chaminade Lawrenceville, Ga./Norcross Somers, N.Y./Blair Academy (N.J.) Ottawa, Ont./Holy Trinity Berlin, Conn./Berlin Montvale, N.J./St. Joseph Regional/Maryland Avon, Conn./Avon Old Farms Holliston, Mass./Holliston Lynchburg, Va./Brookfield Poughkeepsie, N.Y./Poughkeepsie Warrentown, Va./Faquier York, Pa./William Penn Fairhaven, Mass./Bridgton (Maine) Academy Falmouth, Maine/Falmouth Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway Edensburg, Pa./Bishop Carroll Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry Fairfield, Conn./New Fairfield Clearwater, Fla./Palm Harbor University Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern Kaneohe, Hawaii /Punahou St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles North Wakefield, Mass./Wakefield Cambridge, Mass./Arlington Catholic Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Mobile, Ala./St. Paul’s/The Hun School (N.J.) New Britain, Conn./St. Paul (Bristol) Farmington, Conn./New Britain Laval, Oue./Vanier Prep. Baltimore, Md./Archbishop Curley Potomac, Md./Winston Churchill Highstown, N.J./The Peddie School Brooklyn, N.Y./Boys and Girls Brockton, Mass./Tilton School (NH) Brockton, Mass./Wyoming Seminary Powder Springs, Ga./The Lovett School Stony Point, N.J./North Rockland/Villanova Lagrangeville, N.Y/Arlington

No.

Name

Ht.

Wt.

Pos.

Cl.

Hometown/HS/Prep

81 4

Manning, Corey ** Martin, Twyon ***

6-5 6-2

247 273

TE DT

RJr. RSr.

Tyrone, Ga./Woodward Academy Parkland, Fla./Stoneman Douglas

14 22 95 25 32 92 70 72 4 20 61 40 50 26 90 13 37 27 65 19 64 85 37 89 44 52 17 30 10 47 77 82 78 93 7 69 94 17 96 75 39 42 45 1 98 28 16 84 91 15 38 34 23 35 58 29 54 66

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Alphabetica l R o s t e r 63 Masters, Adam ** 6-4 292 OT RJr. 97 McBryde, B.J. 6-4 277 DE RFr. 43 McCombs, Lyle 5-8 172 TB RFr. 11 McCummings, Scott 6-2 218 QB RFr. 18 McEntee, Johnny 6-3 224 QB RJr. 30 McLaughlin, Brendan 5-11 223 FB Fr. 49 McQuillan, Sean 6-4 242 FB Fr. 83 Moore, Isiah ** 6-1 195 WR RSr. 6 Moore, Kashif *** 5-10 175 WR RSr. 3 Moore, Sio * 6-1 232 LB RJr. 67 Mueller, Adam 6-1 207 LS So. 2 Nebrich, Michael 6-1 204 QB Fr. 74 Nwokeji, Paul 6-5 256 OT Fr. 9 Opoku, Andrew 6-4 223 OLB RFr. 36 Osiecki, Michael 6-1 238 LB RFr. 68 Paull, Bryan 6-3 300 C RFr. 57 Petrus, Moe *** 6-2 302 C RSr. 56 Pruitt, Angelo 6-2 299 DT RFr. 99 Reyes, Kendall *** 6-4 295 DT RSr. 71 Ryan, Mike ** 6-5 335 OT RSr. 24 Shoemate, D.J. 5-11 219 TB Sr. 33 Smallwood, Yawin 6-2 229 LB RFr. 41 Steg, Brandon 6-2 221 LB RFr. 59 Stephen, Shamar * 6-5 315 DT RSo. 12 Stevenson, David 5-8 171 CB Fr. 2 Stlouis, Gilbert 5-11 183 S So. 38 Teggart, Dave *** 6-0 203 K RSr. 46 Vann, Marquise 6-0 225 LB Fr. 86 Wagner, Cole * 6-2 211 P RSo. 21 Wilburn, Gary ** 5-11 197 CB RSr. 55 Williams, Jerome 6-1 255 LB RJr. 31 Williams, Nick * 5-10 185 WR Jr. 48 Williams, Trevardo ** 6-1 231 DE Jr. 51 Willman, Tim 6-3 279 DT RSo. 53 Wirth, Ryan 6-2 268 DT RJr. 5 Wreh-Wilson, Blidi ** 6-0 192 CB RJr.

Bethesda, Md./Walt Whitman Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls Staten Island, N.Y./St. Joseph By The Sea Natick, Mass./Natick Fullerton, Calif./Servite West Grove, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara Glastonbury, Conn./Avon (Conn.) Old Farms Cambridge, Mass./Cambridge Rindge & Latin / Proctor Academy (N.J.) Burlington, N.J./Burlington Township Apex, N.C./Apex Park Ridge, Ill./Maine Township South Burke, Va./Lake Braddock Secondary Randolph, Mass./Thayer Academy North Brunswick, N.J. /Fork Union Military (Va.) Seymour, Conn./Seymour Parkland, Fla./M. Stoneman Douglas St. Laurent, Que./Vanier Prep Cincinnati, Ohio /North College Hill Nashua, N.H./Nashua North Tamaqua, Pa./Marian Catholic Corona, Calif./USC Worcester, Mass./Doherty Coral Springs, Fla./J.P. Taravella Brookville, N.Y./Long Island Lutheran Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson Davie, Fla./Plantation Northborough, Mass./Algonquin Regional Cincinnati, Ohio/Fairfield Senior York, Pa./York Suburban Washington, Ga./Washington-Wilkes Burlington Township, N.J./Holy Cross East Windsor, N.J./The Hun School Bridgeport, Conn./Canterbury Fulton, Md./Reservoir Medford, N.J./Shawnee/Cheshire Academy Edinboro, Pa./General McLane

* Denotes number of letters earned

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Nasir Abudu

N-saer A-BOO-due

Kashif Moore

cuh-sheef

Kenton Adeyemi

Ken-ten ADD-a-YEM-ee

Sio Moore

SEE-oh

Tevrin Brandon

TEV-rin

Michael Nebrich

KNEE-brick

Ty-Meer Brown

tie-MEER

Andrew Opoku

ah-poe-coo

Kijuan Dabney

kih-juan

Michael Osiecki

oh-shess-ski

Dwayne Gratz

grats (like “congrats”)

Muhammad Petrus

pet-russ

Mark Hansson

Hansen

Yawin Smallwood

yah-win

Martin Hyppolite

HIP-o-light

Brandon Steg

stegg (rhymes with egg)

Jonathan Jean-Louis

zhawn loo-EE

Bildi Wreh-Wilson

bleed-ee ray-wilson

Twyon Martin

twawn

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Name

Ht.

Wt.

Pos.

Cl.

Hometown/HS/Prep

Jean-Louis, Jonathan ** Nebrich, Michael Stlouis, Gilbert Moore, Sio * Box, Michael Martin, Twyon *** Wreh-Wilson, Blidi ** Moore, Kashif *** Gratz, Dwayne ** Kinnard, Leon Opoku, Andrew Foxx, Deshon McCummings, Scott Stevenson, David Christen, Chad * Abrams, Kamal Junior, Jerome ** Jones, Byron Guardi, Frank Driscoll, Blaise McEntee, Johnny Dabney, Kijuan *** Brandon, Tevrin Wilburn, Gary ** Adams, Andrew Lee, Wilbert Shoemate, D.J. Agbor, Harris * Campbell, Marcus ** Clark, Tyree Johnson, Jory ** Mack, Taylor * Edwards, Matt McLaughlin, Brendan Williams, Nick * Ashiru, Jefferson Smallwood, Yawin Kenney, David Lopes, Chris Osiecki, Michael Deiana, Matthew Claflin, Jeremy Teggart, Dave *** Kantor, Alex Hinkley, Mark Brown, Ty-Meer Steg, Brandon Huxtable, Jordan McCombs, Lyle DeLorenzo, Max Hyppolite, Martin Vann, Marquise Frank, Reuben Williams, Trevardo ** McQuillan, Sean Bullock, Tyler Willman, Tim Donohue, Ryan Wirth, Ryan Maher, Conor Williams, Jerome

6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-4 5-10 6-2 5-8 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-8 5-8 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-1

207 204 183 232 209 273 192 175 195 182 223 170 218 171 201 175 215 187 180 189 224 204 177 197 185 202 219 199 231 187 227 169 189 223 185 210 229 206 184 238 175 180 203 187 226 192 221 180 172 209 215 225 238 231 242 298 279 230 268 215 255

TB QB S LB QB DT CB WR CB WR OLB RB QB CB K/P WR S DB WR QB QB LB CB CB S S TB S DE CB OLB CB OLB FB WR LB LB OLB CB LB TB S K S FB S LB TB RB RB TB LB FB DE FB OG DT LB DT LB LB

RSr. Fr. So. RJr. RSo. RSr. RJr. RSr. RJr. So. RFr. Fr. RFr. Fr. RSo. Fr. RJr. RFr. So. So. RJr. Sr. RSo. RSr. Fr. Fr. Sr. RSr. Sr. Fr. RJr. So. RJr. Fr. Jr. Fr. RFr. RSo. RSo. RFr. Fr. Fr. RSr. So. RJr. RFr. RFr. So. RFr. Fr. RSo. Fr. RFr. Jr. Fr. RSo. RSo. Jr. RJr. Jr. RJr.

Cambridge, Mass./Arlington Catholic Burke, Va./Lake Braddock Secondary Davie, Fla./Plantation Apex, N.C./Apex Suwanee, Ga./Collins Hill Parkland, Fla./Stoneman Douglas Edinboro, Pa./General McLane Burlington, N.J./Burlington Township Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway Reistertown, Md./Loyola Blakefield North Brunswick, N.J. /Fork Union Military (Va.) Lynchburg, Va./Brookfield Natick, Mass./Natick Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson Etters, Pa./Red Lane Dover, Del./Dover Baltimore, Md./Archbishop Curley New Britain, Conn./St. Paul (Bristol) Fairfield, Conn./New Fairfield Avon, Conn./Avon Old Farms Fullerton, Calif./Servite Houston, Texas/Yates Bethlehem, Pa./ Bethlehem Catholic Washington, Ga./Washington-Wilkes Fayetteville, Ga./Woodward Academy Brooklyn, N.Y./Boys and Girls Corona, Calif./USC Mesquite, Texas/Horn Bloomfield, Conn./Bloomfield Tampa, Fla./Alonso Mobile, Ala./St. Paul’s/The Hun School (N.J.) Powder Springs, Ga./The Lovett School Holliston, Mass./Holliston West Grove, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara East Windsor, N.J./The Hun School Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern Worcester, Mass./Doherty Highstown, N.J./The Peddie School Brockton, Mass./Tilton School (NH) Seymour, Conn./Seymour Somers, N.Y./Blair Academy (N.J.) West Hartford, Conn./Conard Northborough, Mass./Algonquin Regional Potomac, Md./Winston Churchill Kaneohe, Hawaii /Punahou McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Coral Springs, Fla./J.P. Taravella St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles North Staten Island, N.Y./St. Joseph By The Sea Berlin, Conn./Berlin Wakefield, Mass./Wakefield Cincinnati, Ohio/Fairfield Senior Poughkeepsie, N.Y./Poughkeepsie Bridgeport, Conn./Canterbury Glastonbury, Conn./Avon (Conn.) Old Farms Mechanicsburg, Pa./Mechanicsburg Fulton, Md./Reservoir Montvale, N.J./St. Joseph Regional/Maryland Medford, N.J./Shawnee/Cheshire Academy Stony Point, N.J./North Rockland/Villanova Burlington Township, N.J./Holy Cross

1 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 38 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55

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Name

Ht.

Wt.

Pos.

Cl.

56 Pruitt, Angelo 6-2 299 DT RFr. 57 Petrus, Moe *** 6-2 302 C RSr. 58 Louis, Jonathan 6-5 250 DE RFr. 59 Stephen, Shamar * 6-5 315 DT RSo. 61 Brown, Stephen 6-6 290 OT RSo. 63 Masters, Adam ** 6-4 292 OT RJr. 64 Danielson, Joseph 6-0 292 TE RFr. 65 Cruz, Gus 6-4 288 OG RFr. 66 Manco, Dominick 6-1 251 LS Fr. 67 Mueller, Adam 6-1 207 LS So. 68 Paull, Bryan 6-3 300 C RFr. 69 Greene, Steve 6-4 304 OG RSo. 70 Bardzak, Gary 6-3 289 G RSr. 71 Ryan, Mike ** 6-5 335 OT RSr. 72 Bennett, Jimmy 6-9 306 OT RJr. 74 Nwokeji, Paul 6-5 256 OT Fr. 75 Hemingway, Xavier 6-4 247 OT Fr. 77 Friend, Kevin * 6-5 300 OT RSo. 78 Gifford, Dalton 6-5 291 OT Fr. 81 Manning, Corey ** 6-5 247 TE RJr. 82 Generett, Malik 6-4 209 WR RSo. 83 Moore, Isiah ** 6-1 195 WR RSr. 84 Jones, Tebucky 5-11 186 WR RFr. 85 Davis, Geremy 6-3 211 WR RFr. 86 Wagner, Cole * 6-2 211 P RSo. 89 Delahunt, John ** 6-3 247 TE RJr. 90 Campenni, Julian 5-11 274 DT Fr. 91 Joseph, Jesse ** 6-3 262 DE Jr. 92 Baker, Teddy 6-4 251 OG So. 93 Goodrich, David 6-0 175 K Fr. 94 Griffin, Ryan ** 6-6 248 TE RJr. 95 Adeyemi, Kenton 6-4 251 DE Fr. 96 Hansson, Mark 6-5 250 TE RFr. 97 McBryde, B.J. 6-4 277 DE RFr. 98 Jennings, Ted * 6-5 248 DE RJr. 99 Reyes, Kendall *** 6-4 295 DT RSr.

Hometown/HS/Prep

Cincinnati, Ohio /North College Hill St. Laurent, Que./Vanier Prep Brockton, Mass./Wyoming Seminary Brookville, N.Y./Long Island Lutheran Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa Bethesda, Md./Walt Whitman Baldwin, N.Y./Chaminade Manchester, N.H./Kimball Union Academy Lagrangeville, N.Y./Arlington Park Ridge, Ill./Maine Township South Parkland, Fla./M. Stoneman Douglas Edensburg, Pa./Bishop Carroll Mar Lin, Pa./Pottsville Tamaqua, Pa./Marian Catholic Alexandria, Va./West Potomac Randolph, Mass./Thayer Academy Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern Warrentown, Va./Faquier Fairhaven, Mass./Bridgton (Maine) Academy Tyrone, Ga./Woodward Academy York, Pa./William Penn Cambridge, Mass./Cambridge Rindge & Latin / Proctor Academy (N.J.) Farmington, Conn./New Britain Lawrenceville, Ga./Norcross York, Pa./York Suburban Ottawa, Ont./Holy Trinity West Pittson, Pa./Wyoming Area Laval, Oue./Vanier Prep. Longmeadow, Mass./Loomis Chaffee Falmouth, Maine/Falmouth Londonderry, N.H./Londonderry Wethersfield, Conn./Fork Union Clearwater, Fla./Palm Harbor University Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Nashua, N.H./Nashua North

GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Pennsylvania (13): Bardzak, Brandon, Brown, T., Bullock, Campenni, Christen, Generett , Greene, McBryde, McLaughlin, Ryan, Wagner, WrehWilson Massachusetts (12): Baker, Edwards, Gifford, Hyppolite, Jean-Louis, Lopes, Louis, McCummings, Moore, I., Nwokeji, Smallwood, Teggart Connecticut (11): Adeyemi, Campbell, Claflin, DeLorenzo, Driscoll, Guardi, Jones, B., Jones, T., McQuillan, Osiecki, Williams, T.

Georgia (9): Adams, Ashiru, Box, Davis, Hemingway, Mack, Manning, Stevenson, Wilburn New Jersey (9): Donohue, Gratz, Kenney, Maher, Moore, K., Opoku, Williams, J., Williams, N., Wirth,

New Hampshire (3): Cruz, Griffin, Reyes Ohio (3): Jennings, Pruitt, Vann California (2): McEntee, Shoemate Illinois (2): Huxtable, Mueller Quebec (2): Joseph, Petrus

New York (7): Brown, S., Danielson, Deiana, Frank, Lee, Manco, McCombs, Stephen

Texas (2): Agbor, Dabney

Florida (6): Clark, Hansson, Martin, Paull, Steg, Stlouis

Delaware (1): Abrams

Maryland (4): Junior, Kantor, Masters, Willman

Maine (1): Goodrich

Virginia (4): Bennett, Foxx, Friend, Nebrich

North Carolina (1): Moore, S.

Alabama (1): Johnson Hawaii (1): Hinkley

Ontario (1): Delahunt

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#

RS Senior Safety 5-11, 199 Mesquite, Texas Horn

Sophomore Tight End 6-4, 251 Longmeadow, Mass. Loomis Chaffee (Conn.)

Harris Agbor

Teddy Baker

Saw increased playing time as a junior and will begin fall camps as first on the depth chart at one of the safety spots. 2010: Made the first starts of his career as he got the nod in eight games … Tied a career and season-high with eight tackles in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma (Jan. 1) … Also had eight tackles in win against West Virginia (Oct. 29), which began Husky five-game winning streak to end regular season … Had eight tackles in season-opener vs. Michigan (Sept. 4) … Had three tackles for a loss against the Wolverines … Made six tackles in regular season finale vs. USF (Dec. 4) … An outstanding student-athlete who was named to the CoSIDA All-District Academic Team in 2010 … A member of the 2010 BIG EAST All-Academic team. 2009: Played in two games making one tackle against Rhode Island (Sept. 26) and two more against Rutgers (Oct. 31) … Was named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team. 2008: Played in three games on special teams and as a reserve on defense and made a pair of tackles … Both tackles came in season-opener against Hofstra (Aug. 28). 2007: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Duke game (Sept. 1) … Named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the West Virginia game (Nov. 24). High School: Named All-Conference and second-team All-District … Had 62 tackles in 2006, 54 of them solo, with 14 pass break-ups and one interception … Also lettered in track. Personal Profile: Harris Tochuckwu Agbor … Born on January 4, 1989 … A finance major. Year GP-GS 2008 3-0 2009 2-0 2010 11-8 Totals 16-8

UT 0 1 31 32

AT 2 2 11 15

TT

SKS

2 3 42 47

0 0 0 0

TFL

0-0 0-0 4.0-18 4.0-18

INT PBU 0 0 0 0

HARRIS AGBOR’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 8, 3x, last vs. Oklahoma, 1/1/11 Most TFL, game: 3, at Michigan, 9/4/10

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0 0 2 2

Walk-on tight end who will look for his first collegiate playing time in 2011…Had a two-yard TD reception on the final play of the 2011 Spring Game to give the Blue a 16-14 win. 2010: Did not see any game action. High School: Lettered three years in football at Loomis Chaffee and also played lacrosse and basketball … was team captain in lacrosse and team MVP in basketball. Personal Profile: Edward James Baker … Born on June 22, 1991 … An exploratory major.

#

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RS Senior Guard 6-3, 289 Mar Lin, Pa. Pottsville

Gary Bardzak Experienced offensive lineman who will enter fall camp first on the depth chart at left guard. 2010: Played in seven games as a reserve on the offensive line … Saw action in all of the games during UConn’s five-game win streak at the end of the season which helped the Huskies capture the BIG EAST Championship. 2009: Saw playing time in one game against Rhode Island (Sept. 26). 2008: Saw playing time as a reserve on the offensive line in four games all toward the end of the season. 2007: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Maine game (Sept. 8). High School: Selected for the Pennsylvania-Ohio Big 33 All-Star Game … Named second-team All-State, first-team All-Section and first team All-Area … Helped Pottsville to the 2005 and 2006 AAA State Championship Games … Team captain … Also lettered in track. Personal Profile: Gary Michael Bardzak … Born on November 24, 1988 … A psychology and economics major.


Student-Athlete P r o f i l e s #

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#

RS Junior Offensive Tackle 6-9, 306 Alexandria, Va. West Potomac

Jimmy Bennett Has battled injuries during his Husky career and will begin his junior season second on the depth chart at left tackle. 2010: Saw playing time in four games at the beginning of the season. 2009: Missed the entire season after suffering a knee injury in preseason camp … Was named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team. 2008: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Rutgers game (Oct. 18). High School: A 2007 all-state selection at the AAA level … Named first-team All-Metro by the Washington Post in both 2007 and 2006 when he was one of just two juniors on the first-team … A unanimous first-team all-district selection in both 2006 and 2007 on offense and once on defense … Helped team to first playoff berth since 2000 … Did not allow a sack in his career … Captained both the school’s football and basketball teams … An Honor Roll student. Personal Profile: James Norman Bennett … Born on June 22, 1990 … An accounting and economics major.

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Michael Box Made his first collegiate start last year as a redshirt freshman…Will be among those battling for the starting quarterback job in the fall. 2010: Quarterback who made his first career start vs. Louisville (Oct. 23) … Was four of 12 in the air for 35 yards before leaving the game with a head injury … Saw reserve action against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) … Also played in the Texas Southern (Sept. 11), Buffalo (Sept. 25) and Oklahoma (Jan. 1) games. 2009: Redshirted … Was named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Cincinnati (Nov. 7) and USF (Dec. 5) games. High School: Played his senior season at Collins Hill and led team to 8-3 record … Had school-record 1,561 yards of passing as a senior, including 286 yards in one game for a school record … Two-time Gwinnett County Player of the Month … Second team all-region … Threw for 1,005 and four touchdowns as a junior at Duluth (Ga.) High School and rushed for 540 yards and three TDs … As a sophomore, had 781 passing yards … Played in the Gwinnett County All-Star Game. Personal Profile: Michael Blaise Box … Born on November 19, 1990 … Psychology major. Year GP-GS 2010

5-1

A-C-I PCT YDS 17-6-1 35.3

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RS Sophomore Cornerback 5-10, 177 Bethlehem, Pa. Bethlehem, Catholic

Tevrin Brandon Will look for increased playing time in 2011 after getting valuable reserve time last year as a redshirt freshman. 2010: Saw playing time in nine games as a reserve for the Huskies … Saw action in all of the games during UConn’s five-game win streak at the end of the season which helped the Huskies capture the BIG EAST Championship. 2009: Redshirted … Was named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Pittsburgh (Oct. 10), Cincinnati (Nov.7) and Notre Dame (Nov. 21) games. High School: 2008 All-State Honorable Mention and Second Team (Lehigh Valley) The Express-Times All-Area … Intercepted eight passes and made 51 tackles as senior … Named first team all-conference his junior year after making 51 tackles and five interceptions … Also ran track in high school, making the first team all-area his sophomore and junior years. Personal Profile: Tevrin Michael Brandon … Born on December 9, 1990 … An exploratory major.

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RS Sophomore Offensive Tackle 6-6, 290 Clifton Park, N.Y. Shenendehowa

Stephen Brown Walk-on offensive lineman who will look for playing time in 2011. 2010: Did not see any game action. 2009: Redshirted High School: Earned All-Section honors in senior year of high school at offensive tackle … Earned same honor as a defensive tackle in junior year … Also was part of skiing team and earned silver medal at state championship in the slalom. Personal Profile: Stephen Charles Brown … Born on January 16, 1991 … A pre-individualized major.

EFF 55.6

MICHAEL BOX’S CAREER HIGHS Most Attempts, game: 12, at Louisville, 10/23/10 Most Comp., game: 4, at Louisville, 10/23/10 Most Yards, game: 35, at Louisville, 10/23/10 Longest Pass: 15, at Louisville, 10/23/10 Most Rush Yards, game: 22, at Louisville, 10/23/10

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RS Freshman Safety 6-0, 192 McKeesport, Pa. McKeesport

Senior Defensive End 6-3, 231 Bloomfield, Conn. Bloomfield

Ty-Meer Brown

Marcus Campbell

Will look for his first collegiate playing time this fall after being redshirted last year. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Special Teams Scout Player of the Week before the Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) and Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) games … Also named the Defensive Scout Player of the week before the USF game (Dec. 4). High School: Played quarterback in high school in wishbone formation … Threw seven TD passes and was 13 of 29 in passing in senior year and rushed for 604 yards and 11 TDs … Team captain … Two-time selection to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fab 22 and Pittsburgh Tribune Terrific 25 … Two-time all-conference pick … Also played basketball. Personal Profile: Ty-Meer DeVonte Brown … Born on April 24, 1992 … An exploratory major.

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RS Sophomore Offensive Guard 6-4, 298 Mechanicsburg, Pa. Mechanicsburg

Tyler Bullock Saw his first collegiate playing time in one game last year and will battle for more at left guard in 2011. 2010: Saw playing time in one game against Texas Southern (Sept. 11). 2009: Redshirted High School: Named a First Team The Sentinel (Cumberland County, Pa.) All-Star and to the AAA All-State Associated Press second team as a senior … Team captain … Two-time (Harrisburg) Patriot News All-Star … Also played tight end and defensive end in high school … Team finished 12-1 in 2008 with their only loss coming in the state quarterfinals … Attended same high school as current Husky quarterback Zach Frazer. Personal Profile: Tyler Garrett Bullock … Born on July 10, 1990 … A communication sciences major.

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Experienced defensive end who has played in 23 collegiate games, but has not seen any game action since 2008 … missed all of 2010 with a knee injury in preseason camp. 2010: Missed the entire 2010 season with a knee injury suffered in preseason camp … also missed the 2009 season … played in 11 games in 2008 and had ten tackles on the season … had two tackles and a sack in the International Bowl vs. Buffalo (Jan. 3) … played in 12 games in 2007 with 14 tackles. 2008: Played in 11 games as a reserve and also on special teams … Had 10 tackles, including two against both Cincinnati (Oct. 25) and Syracuse (Nov. 15) … Had 3.5 tackles for a loss of 14 yards and two sacks for a loss of 11 … Had two tackles including a sack at the International Bowl against Buffalo (Jan. 3). 2007: Played in each of the first 12 games of the season before missing the Meineke Car Care Bowl against Wake Forest (Dec. 29) … Saw action as both a reserve defensive end and also on special teams … Made 14 tackles with one for a loss … Recorded three stops in the win over Syracuse (Nov. 17) … Had a season-high four tackles, including a TFL, against Akron (Sept. 29) … Made a pair of tackles against both Maine (Sept. 8) and Temple (Sept. 15). High School: Named All-State by both the Hartford Courant and New Haven Register … A first-team All-Conference pick … Played in the Governor’s Cup All-Star Game … Recorded 90 tackles on his senior season including 20 sacks, forced eight fumbles and intercepted two passes … Also caught 18 passes for 45 yards and five touchdowns … Was the MVP of the Class S State Championship Game … Team captain … Was the 2007 state champion in the 100-meters in outdoor track with a time of 10.96 seconds. Personal Profile: Marcus Daniel Campbell … Born on December 22, 1987 … A sociology major. Year GP-GS 2007 12-0 2008 11-0 Totals 23-0

UT 5 7 12

AT 9 3 12

TT 14 10 24

SKS

0-0 2-11 2-11

TFL

1.0-1 3.5-14 4.5-15

INT PBU 0 0 0

MARCUS CAMPBELL’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles: 4, vs. Akron 9/30/07 Most TFL: 1, 4x, last vs. Buffalo, 1/3/09

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RS Sophomore Kicker / Punter 6-1, 201 Etters, Pa. Red Lane

Chad Christen Did an outstanding job taking over duties on kickoffs for UConn in 2011and will look to fill that role again this year as well as serving as the backup punter and on field goals and extra points. 2010: Saw his first collegiate experience in 2010 as UConn’s kickoff performer … Had nine of 72 kickoffs for touchbacks. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Named Class AAA First Team All-State and first team All-Mid Penn Conference selection … Had a long field goal of 49 yards as a senior and 50 yards as a junior … Had seven field goals in both his junior and senior seasons … Averaged 42.8 yards per punt as a senior – improving from 38.5 as a junior … In three years as a starter, registered 83 touchbacks on kickoffs … Was also team’s starting quarterback as a senior. Personal Profile: Chad Evan Christen … Born on September 9, 1990 … A pre-communications sciences major.

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RS Freshman Offensive Guard 6-4, 288 Manchester, N.H. Kimball Union Academy

Gus Cruz Talented redshirt freshman who will compete for the starting job at right guard heading into fall camp. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Player of the Week before the Temple game (Sept. 18). High School: A native of the Dominican Republic … Named NEPSAC (New England Preparatory School Athletic Council) Class C Lineman of the Year … Named 2009 All-New England Prep … Two-time All-Evergreen League selection … Team captain … Team won 2008 and 2009 Evergreen League championship … Attended Trinity High School in Manchester before transferring to Kimball Union Academy. Personal Profile: Gustavo Alberto Cruz … Born on Sept. 22, 1990 … A psychology major.

Chad Christen

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Senior Linebacker 6-1, 204 Houston, Texas Yates

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Sophomore Offensive Guard 6-0, 292 Baldwin, N.Y. Chaminade

Kijuan Dabney

Joseph Danielson

One of the most experienced returning players for UConn this season … entering 2011, has played in 31 games. 2010: Experienced senior who started the first four games of 2010 and saw action in a total of 10 games … Had a career-high eight tackles in seasonopener at Michigan (Sept. 4) … Had a fumble recovery against Texas Southern (Sept. 11) and a break-up vs. Temple (Sept. 18). 2009: Made seven tackles over two games before missing the rest of the season due to injury … Started the North Carolina game (Sept. 12). 2008: Saw time in seven games as a backup in the secondary and also on special teams in 2008 … Had two tackles on the year – one against Cincinnati (Oct. 25) and Syracuse (Nov. 15). 2007: Played in 12 of the 13 games, mainly on special teams … Credited with five tackles, four of them solo … Had two solo stops against Maine (Sept. 8) and single tackles against Pittsburgh (Sept. 22), Syracuse (Nov. 17) and West Virginia (Nov. 24). High School: Named first-team All-District and All-Conference … Also played quarterback … Helped team to the 2006 state semifinals … Team captain … Member of the honor society. Personal Profile: Kijuan Darell Dabney … Born on September 27, 1988 … A human development and family studies major.

Walk-on who joined the team just prior to the start of the season last year. 2010: Did not see any game action. High School: Two-year captain and two-year letterwinner at Chaminade. Personal Profile: Joseph Tyler Danielson … Born September 8, 1992…..A biological sciences major.

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Redshirt freshman who will look to enter the regular wide receiver rotation this fall. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Had 40 receptions for 705 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior … In junior year, had 18 catches for 215 yards and three touchdowns … .played in the Rivalries of Gwinnett All-Star Game in December … Named All-State Honorable Mention in Class AAAA by the Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Football Team … named First Team All-County by the Gwinnett Daily Post … Also named all-region … Team captain. Personal Profile: Geremy J. Davis … Born on January 10, 1992 … An exploratory major.

2007 12-0 2008 7-0 2009 2-1 2010 10-3 Totals 31-4

UT 4 2 3 12 21

AT 1 0 4 7 12

TT 5 2 7 19 33

SKS 0 0 0 0 0

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

KIJUAN DABNEY CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 8, at Michigan, 9/4/10

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RS Freshman Wide Receiver 6-3, 211 Lawrenceville, Ga. Norcross

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RS Junior Tight End 6-3, 247 Ottawa, Ont. Holy Trinity

Junior Linebacker 6-0, 230 Montvale, N.J. St. Joseph Regional/Maryland

John Delahunt

Ryan Donohue

One of the two regular tight ends in the Husky offensive rotation … Has started ten career games – mostly when UConn starts in double tight end formation. 2010: Valuable blocker as UConn’s second tight end… Started five games in 2010, mostly when the Huskies came out in double tight end … Made the first pass receptions of his collegiate career in 2010 … Had two receptions against both Michigan (Sept. 4) and Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) … Earned an Offensive Game Ball for the Pittsburgh game (Nov. 11) for helping the Huskies gain 265 yards of rushing. 2009: Played in 11 games and made five starts – two when starting TE Ryan Griffin was injured and three more when the Huskies came out in a double tight end formation … Was a starter in his first collegiate game when Huskies beat Ohio (Sept. 5). 2008: Redshirted after enrolling at UConn in January of 2008. High School: A three-time All-Star … Nominated for the Quebec Junior Football League 2007 Player of the Year award … Played in just six games in 2007 but made 38 catches for 650 yards with 10 touchdowns … Helped Holy Trinity to an undefeated regular season … Team captain. Personal Profile: John Edward Delahunt … Born on May 10, 1987 … A sociology major. Year GP-GS 2009 11-5 2010 13-5 Totals 24-10

REC YDS AVG TD 0 5 5

0 75 75

0 15.0 15.0

0 0 0

LNG 0 46 46

JOHN DELAHUNT’S CAREER HIGHS Most Receptions: 2, 2x, last vs. Vanderbilt, 10/2/10 Most Receiving Yards, game: 46, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10 Longest Reception: 46, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10

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A transfer from Maryland … will sit out 2011 season and be eligible in 2012. As a Sophomore (2010): Saw action in all 13 games ... served as a reserve linebacker and played on special teams ... recovered a fumble against Navy Sept. 6 … recorded a career-high three tackles against Morgain State Sept. 11 … had two tackles against Clemson Oct. 16 … made one stop and returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown against Wake Forest Oct. 30. As a Freshman (2009): Played in seven games as a reserve linebacker and special teams performer … all four tackles came on the kickoff coverage unit … saw his first career action vs. Clemson Oct. 3 … played in seven of the final eight games (did not play vs. FSU, Nov. 21) … posted a season-best two tackles, including one solo stop, at Duke Oct. 24. High School: Helped lead his team to the 2008 Group III state championship, the team’s 11th in a 14-year span … a 2008 consensus all-state selection ... registered 135 tackles, including one sack, and one interception as a senior … also had 32 carries for 153 yards and three TDs, as well as six receptions for 53 yards and one TD while playing fullback and tight end … also considered Rutgers, Miami, North Carolina, Vanderbilt, Penn State and Akron. Personal: Born in Rockland County, N.Y.

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Sophomore Quarterback 6-1, 189 Avon, Conn. Avon Old Farms

Blaise Driscoll Walk-on quarterback who will looking for playing time this year… Threw a two-yard TD pass on the final play of the 2011 Spring Game to give the Blue a 16-14 win. 2010: Did not see any game action. High School: Played football at Avon Old Farms. Personal Profile: Blaise F. Driscoll … Born on June 23, 1988 … An economics major.

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RS Junior Outside Linebacker 6-0, 189 Holliston, Mass. Holliston

Matt Edwards Junior linebacker who will compete for his first collegiate playing time of his career in 2011. 2010: Did not see any game action. 2009: Did not see any game action … Named the Special Teams Player of the Week before the Ohio game (Sept. 5). 2008: Redshirted … Named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the South Florida game (Nov. 23). High School: As a senior gained 1,445 total yards with nine touchdowns while also making 97 tackles with six sacks and an interception … A Tri-Valley League All-Star in both football and track … Team captain … Also named to all-league outdoor track team competing in sprints and the long jump. Personal Profile: Matthew Scott Edwards … Born on November 20, 1989 … A communications sciences major.

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RS Sophomore Offensive Tackle 6-5, 300 Warrentown, Va. Faquier

Kevin Friend Saw his first collegiate game experience last year and made a pair of starts….will be battling for playing time at right tackle to start the preseason. 2010: Saw action in six games in 2010, mostly as a backup at tackle … Made his first career start at right tackle against Rutgers (Oct. 8) and then started USF (Dec. 4) at left tackle in place of the injured Mike Ryan … Also saw considerable playing time in win against Cincinnati (Nov. 27) when Ryan was injured. 2009: Redshirted … Name the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Louisville game (Oct. 17). High School: First team All-Cedar Run District pick as a senior and second team all-region … Team MVP and captain … Was highly-ranked wrestler in the heavyweight division and was ranked second in the state. Personal Profile: Kevin Michael Friend … Born on July 12, 1990 … An exploratory major.

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RS Freshman Fullback 6-3, 238 Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Poughkeepsie

Reuben Frank Redshirt freshman who will look for playing time at the wide open fullback spot with the graduation of Anthony Sherman. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Player of the Week before the Buffalo game (Sept. 25) … Also named the Special Teams Scout Player of the Week before the Cincinnati game (Nov. 27). High School: As a senior, had 89 tackles (56 solo) … Named First Team All-State Class A by the New York State Sportswriters Association … Named a First Team All-Star by the Poughkeepsie Journal … Earned all-league and all-section honors as a junior and senior … Made 92 tackles as a junior … Selected to play in the Northeast vs. New Jersey All-Star game and the New York Upstate vs. Downstate All-Star game. Personal Profile: Reuben Frank … Born on October 24, 1992 … An exploratory major.

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RS Sophomore Wide Receiver 6-4, 209 York, Pa. William Penn

Malik Generett Wide receiver who has yet to play his first collegiate game after being redshirted in 2009 and ineligible to play in the 2010 regular season. 2010: Was eligible for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 1). 2009: Redshirted. High School: First team all-state in 2008 by Associated Press and Pennsylvania Football News … Named 2008 Tri-Player of the Year in the York Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association … Named first team all-league twice … Played in the Big 33 All-Star game … 864 receiving yards as a senior captain … Switched from quarterback to wide receiver midway through his junior season … 45 receptions for 933 yards and 11 TDs his senior year, an average of 20.7 yards per reception … As a junior, after position switch, had 21 receptions for 420 yards and four TDs … Attended same high school as former Huskies Zac Zielinski and William Beatty. Personal Profile: Malik Generett … Born on October 6, 1989 … A preindividualized major

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RS Junior Cornerback 6-0, 195 Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway

Dwayne Gratz Returning starter for the Huskies who has played in 26 games over the past two years with 17 starts – including all 13 games last season. 2010: Started all 13 games at cornerback in 2010 … Had a 46-yard

interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter of the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl … Was the third-leading tackler on the team with 63 stops … Also led the team with nine pass breakups … Had a career-high ten tackles in season opener vs. Michigan (Sept. 4) … Made nine tackles in key win over Cincinnati (Nov. 27) … Had a key second quarter interception in win vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) that ended a ten play drive at midfield … Had seven tackles in the game vs. the Panthers. 2009: Played in all 13 games and had four starts in five of the final games of the regular season … Had a 34-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown against Syracuse (Nov. 28) … Had a season-high four tackles against both West Virginia (Oct. 24) and Syracuse (Nov. 28) … Also had three tackles vs. Cincinnati (Nov. 7) and Notre Dame (Nov. 21). 2008: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the opener against Hofstra (Aug. 28) and the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the Baylor (Sept. 19), Cincinnati (Oct. 25) and West Virginia (Nov. 1) games. High School: Named first-team all-area in 2007 and all-region … Helped Piscataway to the 2005 and 2007 state championship games … Had 65 tackles as a senior with 16 pass breakups and a pair of interceptions, both coming in the team’s Thanksgiving Day game … An all-county pick in track where he set a school record in the 55 meter hurdles (7.5 seconds) … Team captain. Personal Profile: Dwayne Jamar Gratz … Born on March 8, 1990 … A sociology major. Year GP-GS 2009 13-4 2010 13-13 Totals 26-17

UT 16 54 70

AT 4 9 13

TT 20 63 83

SKS 0 0 0

TFL

0-0 2.0-3 2.0-3

INT PBU 0 2 2

4 9 13

DWAYNE GRATZ’ CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 10, vs. Michigan, 9/4/10 Most PBU, game: 2, 3x, last at Louisville, 10/23/10

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RS Sophomore Offensive Guard 6-4, 304 Edensburg, Pa. Bishop Carroll

Steve Greene Saw his first collegiate playing time last year and will compete for the starting job at right guard entering preseason camp. 2010: Saw playing time in one game against Texas Southern (Sept. 11). 2009: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the game against Ohio (Sept. 5), Notre Dame (Nov. 21) and Syracuse (Nov. 28). High School: Two-time Associated Press Class A first team all-state selection in Pennsylvania on the offensive line … 2008 first team all-state pick by Pennsylvania Football News (Class A) and first team all-conference by the Altoona Mirror … Also played defense as a senior and made 42 tackles … Team captain … Also played basketball … Played for Pennsylvania in the Big 33 All-Star Game. Personal Profile: Steven Daniel Greene … Born on December 13, 1990 … A sport management major.

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RS Junior Tight End 6-6, 248 Londonderry, N.H. Londonderry

RS Freshman Tight End 6-5, 250 Clearwater, Fla. Palm Harbor University

Ryan Griffin

Mark Hansson

Has been named to the preseason watch list for the John Mackey Award, given to the country’s top tight end … highly experienced tight end who has been the starter for the past two years … played in 24 games with 18 starts. 2010: UConn’s regular first team tight end … Played in all 13 games this year and started eight of them when the Huskies used a tight end formation … Was a very productive blocker in both the rushing and passing games … Earned an Offensive Game Ball following the Pittsburgh win (Nov. 11) along with other blockers in recognition of UConn’s 265 rushing yards, including 22 by Jordan Todman … Had three pass receptions for 21 yards in regular season finale at USF (Dec. 4) … had a season high four receptions against Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) … Had his first career TD reception vs. Buffalo (Sept. 25) on a six-yard catch. 2009: Saw action in 11 games and 10 starts, including the Papajohns.com Bowl vs. South Carolina (Jan. 2) … Missed the Baylor (Sept. 19) and Rhode Island (Sept. 26) games with a back injury … Had a career-high six receptions for 80 yards against Rutgers (Oct. 31) … Had three receptions against West Virginia (Oct. 24), Notre Dame (Nov. 21) and USF (Dec. 5). 2008: Redshirted … Was the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the Pittsburgh game (Dec. 6). High School: Named first-team all-state by the Nashua Union-Leader and Varsity Magazine … Carried the ball 95 times as a senior for 749 yards … Team captain. Personal Profile: Ryan Francis Griffin … Born on January 11, 1990 … A pre-communications science major. Year GP-GS 2009 11-10 2010 13-8 Totals 24-18

REC YDS AVG TD 23 31 54

272 245 517

11.8 7.9 9.6

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LNG 28 18 28

AVG/G 24.7 18.8 21.5

RYAN GRIFFIN’S CAREER HIGHS Most Receptions: 6, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09 Most Rec. Yards, game: 80, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09 Longest Reception: 28, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09

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Sophomore Wide Receiver 5-11, 180 Fairfield, Conn. New Fairfield

Frank Guardi Walk-on player who joined the team just prior to the start of the 2010 season. 2010: Did not see any game action. High School: Two-year letterwinner at New Fairfield … Had 58 receptions for 881 yards and eight TDs as a senior … Also made four interceptions … Was first team all-conference and earned all-state and all-area honors … Also earned two letters in baseball … Was team captain during senior year and named allarea and all-conference. Personal Profile: Frank Vincent Guardi … Born on November 3, 1992 … An exploratory major.

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Redshirt who will look for playing time at the tight end spot this year entering preseason camp. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Player of the Week before the Pittsburgh game (Nov. 11). High School: Named First Team All-Pinellas (Fla.) County by the Tampa Bay Times … Had an outstanding performance in the North-South Pinellas County All-Star Game … Ranked No. 2 offensive lineman in Pinellas County by the St. Petersburg Times … Also named All-Pinellas County by St. Petersburg Times … Team captain … Took courses in high school’s prestigious International Baccalaureate program. Personal Profile: Mark Gilbert Hansson … Born on February 21, 1992 … A psychology major.

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RS Junior Fullback 5-11, 226 Kaneohe, Hawaii Punahou

Mark Hinkley Walk-on member of the team who will look for significant playing time in 2011 as the fullback position. 2010: Saw playing time in one game against Texas Southern (Sept. 11). 2009: Did not see any game action … Was named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the Syracuse game (Nov. 28). 2008: Did not see any action … Was named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the Rutgers game (Oct. 18). High School: Played at Punahou High School in Honolulu … Attended same high school as President Barack Obama. Personal Profile: Mark Travis Hinkley … .Born on July 29, 1980 … An economics major.


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Sophomore Tailback 5-8, 180 St. Charles, Ill. St. Charles North

Jordan Huxtable Walk-on member of the Husky team who will look for playing time at tailback. 2010: Did not see any game action. High School: Three-year letterwinner at St. Charles North … Earned all-area and all-conference honorable mention … Also played baseball and basketball … Won the PSAT Science Achievement Award. Personal Profile: Jordan Paul Huxtable … Born on April 16, 1991 … A prekinesiology major.

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RS Sophomore Tailback 6-0, 215 Wakefield, Mass. Wakefield

Martin Hyppolite Saw his first collegiate playing time last season…Started the year at tailback and later moved to linebacker…..Has now moved back to the tailback spot. 2010: Played in all 13 games in 2010 at tailback and then was moved to linebacker … Also played on special teams … Had three carries for five yards against Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) … Had one tackle in three different games. 2009: Redshirted … Was named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the Rutgers game (Oct. 31). High School: Set single-season school record as a senior with 1,639 rushing yards with 29 TDs … Also was school’s career leader in rushing yards with 2,850 yards and is the leading scorer with 269 … Had five touchdowns in two different games as a senior and four TDs in another … Team was 8-1 in senior year … Had 19 receptions for 318 yards and four TDs as a senior … Also returned kicks and punts … Rushed for 1,013 yards as a junior … First team all-state pick … Averaged 9.6 yards per carry as a senior … Team captain … Named to 2008 All-Scholastic team by both The Boston Globe and Boston Herald. Personal Profile: Martin V. Hyppolite … Born on June 17, 1990 … A sociology major.

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RS Senior Tailback 6-0, 207 Cambridge, Mass. Arlington Catholic

Jonathan Jean-Louis Senior who will return to the offensive side of the ball this season after playing on both offense and defense during his career. 2010: Alternated time between tailback and in the secondary … Also saw time on special teams … Had a tackle vs. Cincinnati (Nov. 20). 2009: Saw backup time in the secondary and also on special teams in all 12 regular season games … Made three tackles on the season … Had two tackles vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 26). 2008: Played in eight games both on special teams and as a reserve in the secondary … Had three tackles on the season – all of them coming in the win over Virginia (Sept. 13). 2007: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the USF game (Oct. 27). High School: A Boston Herald first-team All-Scholastic … Selected for the Shriners’ All-Star Game … Three-time Catholic Central Large League All-Star and three-time All-Eastern Mass. for Division 3 … Named Team MVP as Arlington Catholic captured the league title … Had over 1,500 all-purpose yards and led the team with 98 tackles in 2006 … Set school records for career touchdowns (40) and points scored … Had 12 career interceptions and led team in tackles in both 2005 and 2006 … Team MVP and captain as a senior as team won league championship … Won two AAU national titles in track, 11-12 year old 400 meters and 13-14 year old 200 meters … Sophomore year was top underclassman in Massachusetts in 300 meter hurdles. Personal Profile: Jonathan Jean-Louis … Born on April 10, 1989 … A political science and sociology major. Year GP-GS 2008 9-0 2009 12-0 2010 9-0 Totals 30-0

UT 1 0 0 1

AT 2 3 1 6

TT 3 3 1 7

SKS 0 0 0 0

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

INT PBU 0 0 0 0

JONATHAN JEAN-LOUIS’ CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 3, vs. Virginia, 9/13/08

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RS Junior Defensive End 6-5, 248 Dayton, Ohio Chaminade-Julienne

RS Junior Outside Linebacker 6-1, 227 Mobile, Ala. St. Paul’s/The Hun School (N.J.)

Ted Jennings

Jory Johnson

Has played in 13 games over the past two seasons and will look for more playing time in 2011. 2010: Saw his first significant playing time … Played in 12 games … Had two tackles in the win over West Virginia (Oct. 29) … Had a tackle for a loss against Buffalo (Sept. 25) and Oklahoma (Jan. 1). 2009: Saw his first collegiate playing time in one game against Rhode Island (9/26). 2008: Redshirted. High School: Named first-team All-Ohio for Division III … Also named firstteam all-district and all-league in 2007 … Made 80 tackles as a senior including nine for a loss and four sacks. Personal Profile: Edward Jennings-Farmer … Born March 15, 1990 … An geography major … His father, Edward Farmer, played football at Villanova from 1970-73. Year GP-GS 2010

12-0

UT 4

AT 3

TT 7

SKS 0

TFL

2.0-3

TED JENNINGS’ CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 2, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most TFL, game: 1.0, 2x, last vs. Oklahoma, 1/1/11

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Has played in 21 career games over the past two seasons and will contend for a starting spot this fall. 2010: Saw reserve duty in 2010 on defense and also played on special teams … Had four tackles against Temple (Sept. 18) and a pair against Michigan (Sept. 4) … Also recorded an interception vs. Texas Southern (Sept. 11) …A member of the 2010 BIG EAST All-Academic team. 2009: Gained his first collegiate experience by seeing action in 12 games and starting the Louisville (Oct. 17) and Rutgers (Oct. 31) games … Registered 28 tackles on the season with five for a loss … Had a career-high eight tackles in regular season finale vs. USF (Dec. 5) … Also had seven tackles in the win vs. Louisville. 2008: Redshirted. High School: Named first-team all-state as a senior … Earned all-county and all-conference recognition as a junior … Also named all-county in basketball … Team captain. Personal Profile: Jory Kennedy Johnson … Born on April 7, 1989 … An economics major. Year GP-GS 2009 12-3 2010 9-0 Totals 21-3

UT 18 5 23

AT 10 2 12

TT 28 7 35

SKS 0 0 0

JORY JOHNSON’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 4, at Temple, 9/18/10 Most TFL, game: 1.0, 4x, last vs. USF, 12/5/09

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RS Freshman Defensive Back 6-1, 187 New Britain, Conn. St. Paul’s (Bristol)

Junior Defensive End 6-3, 262 Laval, Que. Vanier Preparatory School

Jesse Joseph

Byron Jones In-state product who will seek his first collegiate playing time in 2011. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Special Teams Scout Player of the Week before the Syracuse game (Nov. 20). High School: Named to the Class MM All-State team by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association … Named First Team All-Naugatuck Valley … Had three interceptions in 2009 and returned punts and kickoffs … Team advanced to first round of Class MM state playoffs … Had three catches for 63 yards in state playoff game … Also played basketball … Team captain … Attended same high school as former Husky Derek Chard. Personal Profile: Byron Philip Jones … Born on August 26, 1992 … A mechanical engineering major.

84 RS Freshman Wide Receiver 5-11, 186 Farmington, Conn. New Britain

Tebucky Jones Wide receiver who redshirted last season and will contend for playing time in the wide receiver rotation in 2011. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Player of the Week before the Texas Southern game (Sept. 11) … Also named the Special Teams Scout Player of the Week before the West Virginia game (Oct. 29). High School: Named First Team All-State Class LL by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association … Was named to the Hartford Courant All-State team … Also named First Team All-New Britain Herald … Had 51 receptions for 735 yards and eight TDs in 2009 … Caught 30 passes for 530 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior … Earned All-Central Connecticut Conference honors in 2008 and ‘09 … Also played basketball and track … Son of former Syracuse standout and eight-year NFL veteran Tebucky Jones, Sr. Personal Profile: Tebucky Shermaine Jones Jr. … Born on December 24, 1992 … An exploratory major.

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Has made an immediate impact on the Husky defense since he began his career…has played and started in 25 games over the past two seasons. 2010: Explosive defensive end who missed his first career game against Rutgers (Oct. 8) … Was ranked tied for 26th in the country in sacks and fourth in the BIG EAST … Played in the first 18 games of his Husky career since he was a true freshman … Led the team with 12.00 tackles for a loss with 8.5 sacks … Had three tackles for a loss and two sacks against Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) … Made four tackles with a sack in key win over Cincinnati (Nov. 27). 2009: Started all 13 games at the defensive end spot … Was a starter in his first collegiate game vs. Ohio (Sept. 5), becoming the first true freshman to start for UConn since 2004 and the first on defense in UConn’s FBS history … Had 38 tackles on the season with five for a loss and 2.5 sacks … Had a career-high seven tackles against both North Carolina (Sept. 12) and in win vs. USF (Dec. 5) … Also had five tackles vs. Rutgers (Oct. 31) and in the Papajohns.com Bowl game vs. South Carolina (Jan. 2), where he also forced a fumble … Enrolled at Connecticut for the spring 2008 semester and took part in spring drills. High School: Was team captain and all-league pick … Invited to 2007 Team Quebec camp … Team was 2006 and ‘07 Bol d’Or Trophy champions, which goes to the winner of the Canadian Prep Triple-A football league champions … From same prep school and hometown as current Husky Moe Petrus. Personal Profile: Jesse Owens Joseph … Born on September 2, 1988 … A sociology major. Year GP-GS 2009 13-13 2010 12-12 Totals 25-25

UT 16 25 41

AT 22 14 36

TT 38 39 77

SKS

TFL

INT PBU

2.5-29 5.0-36 0 8.5-61 12.0-67 0 11.0-90 17.0-103 0

JESSE JOSEPH’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 8, vs. North Carolina, 9/12/09 Most TFL, game: 3, vs. Vanderbilt, 10/2/10 Most Sacks, game: 2, vs. Vanderbilt, 10/2/10

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Sophomore Cornerback 5-9, 187 Potomac, Md. Winston Churchill

RS Junior Safety 6-1, 215 Baltimore, Md. Archbishop Curley

Jerome Junior

Alex Kantor

Another highly-experienced member of the Husky defense with 23 starts over the past two years. 2010: Started the final 11 games of the 2010 season at the safety spot … was tied for fourth on the team with 59 tackles … tied for the team lead with four interceptions … had a pair of interceptions vs. Buffalo (Sept. 25) … returned one of those interceptions against the Bulls for a touchdown … earned the Defensive Game Ball for the Buffalo game … had eight tackles in key win against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) and added an interception in that game … also received the Defensive Game Ball in that contest … had six tackles in three other games, including the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl against Oklahoma (Jan. 1). 2009: Was in the starting lineup for 12 of 13 games in his first year of collegiate play … Made 48 tackles on the season with one interception … Had a careerhigh seven tackles in two different games – vs. North Carolina (Sept. 12) and against Syracuse (Nov. 28) … Had his first career interception in win vs. Baylor (Sept. 19). 2008: Redshirted … Was named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the Virginia game (Sept. 13). High School: An honorable mention all-state selection in 2007 … Named to the Baltimore Sun All-Metro team … Part of the Baltimore Touchdown Club’s “Super 22” … Registered 153 career tackles with 13 sacks … Also gained 608 yards rushing on 76 carries with eight touchdowns and blocked three punts on special teams … Captain of track team that won the 2007 Outdoor state championship. Personal Profile: Jerome Willie Junior … Born on September 8, 1990 … A political science major. Year GP-GS 2009 13-12 2010 13-11 Totals 26-23

UT 23 43 66

AT 25 16 41

TT

48 59 107

SKS 0 0 0

TFL

0-0 3.0-8 3.0-8

INT PBU 1 4 5

JEROME JUNIOR’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 8, vs. Pittsburgh, 11/11/10 Most Interceptions, game: 2, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10

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Walk-on member of team who will look for playing time this year. 2010: Did not see any game action. High School: Earned three letters in football at Churchill … Was team captain and MVP … Earned honorable mention all-county honors as both a quarterback and defensive back … Also played volleyball … Honor roll student all four years of high school. Personal Profile: Alexander Leonard Kantor … Born on October 1, 1991 … An exploratory major.

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RS Sophomore Linebacker 6-0, 206 Highstown, N.J. The Peddie School

David Kenney Saw his first collegiate playing time in 2010…Originally came to UConn as a defensive back and has been switched to linebacker. 2010: Saw action in five games … Played as a reserve in UConn’s crucial game against Cincinnati (Nov. 27). 2009: Redshirted … Named Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the Baylor game (Sept. 19). High School: Was named first team all-conference and all-prep as a junior … Named New Jersey-New York All-Star as a senior. Personal Profile: David C. Kenney … Born on September 18, 1990 … An economics major.


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RS Sophomore Cornerback 5-10, 184 Brockton, Mass. Tilton School (N.H.)

Sophomore Cornerback 5-9, 169 Powder Springs, Ga. The Lovett School

Chris Lopes Will be looking for his first collegiate action in 2011 as he works from the cornerback spot. 2010: Did not see any game action. 2009: Redshirted … Was named the Defensive South Team Player of the Week before the Rhode Island (Sept 26) game. High School: Helped lead Tilton to an undefeated season in 2007 and win its first-ever New England Prep School Athletic Conference Super Bowl appearance … .Had 10 receptions for 350 yards and five TDs … .Had 60 tackles as a defensive back … Had a 23-yard TD reception in Super Bowl … .Team went 7-2 in 2008 and played in Super Bowl again … Was an AllEvergreen League pick  and All-New England selection in 2008 … Originally attended Brockton High School … Was a Boston Globe All-Scholastic pick and Big Three League All-Star in 2006. Personal Profile: Christopher Jermaine Lopes … Born on January 5, 1990 … An exploratory major.

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RS Freshman Defensive End 6-5, 250 Brockton, Mass. Wyoming Seminary

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Taylor Mack Lettered as a true freshman in 2010 as he saw duty in every game…. Was the primary punt returner early in the season. 2010: Saw action in all 13 games as a true freshman … Handled punt return duties early in the season and had a 7.8 yard average on 15 returns … Had a long of 33 yards against Rutgers (Oct. 8) … Had four tackles in win over Cincinnati (Nov. 27) and added three against Rutgers. High School: Named Honorable Mention Class AA All-State by Georgia Sports Writers Association in 2009 … Team advanced to Class AA Semifinals … Two-time first team all-area pick … Had four interceptions and three defensive TDs as a senior … Team MVP and captain … Was MVP of Atlanta of National Underclassmen Combine. Personal Profile: Taylor Jarrod Mack … Born on June 10, 1991 … A precommunications sciences major. Year GP-GS 2010

13-0

UT 9

AT 5

TT 14

SKS 0-0

TFL 0-0

INT PBU 1

TAYLOR MACK’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 4, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10 Longest Punt Return: 33, at Rutgers, 10/8/10 Most PBU, game: 2, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10

Jonathan Louis Redshirt freshman who will battle for playing time on the defensive line. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Player of the Week before the Pittsburgh game (Nov. 11). High School: Played high school football at Cardinal Spellman in Brockton, Mass., and St. Thomas Moore in Oakdale, Conn. … Had 50 tackles and five sacks in 2008 at St. Thomas Moore … Prepped for a year at the Wyoming Seminary in Kingston, Pa. … Had 59 tackles and eight sacks in 2009 … Wyoming went 7-1 in 2009 … Also played basketball and track in high school … Honor roll student. Personal Profile: Jonathan Cliffton Louis … Born on September 24, 1991 … Majoring in pre-kinesiology.

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RS Senior Defensive Tackle 6-2, 273 Parkland, Fla. Stoneman Douglas

Connor Maher Joins the Connecticut program this year after transferring from Villanova…will be eligible to play in 2012…played on Villanova’s 2009 FCS national championship team. High School: Played linebacker on team that advanced to the state AA semifinals…During four years of high school football team went 38-4…All Journal News Rockland County…All-Section One and All-Tri State. Personal Profile: Connor Maher.

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RS Junior Tight End 6-5, 247 Tyrone, Ga. Woodward Academy

Corey Manning Has played 23 games over the past two years as a backup tight end… Part of a highly experienced group returning for UConn at that spot… A two-time member of the BIG EAST All-Academic team. 2010: Played in ten games…Had a four-yard reception for his first collegiate touchdown against Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) … Also had a tackle vs. Cincinnati … Earned an Offensive Game Ball for the Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) game as part of the blocking group ... A member of the 2010 BIG EAST All-Academic team. 2009: Saw playing time in all 13 games as a reserve on the offense and on special teams in 2009 … had one kickoff return for 16 yards against USF (Dec. 5) … Was named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team. 2008: Redshirted … Named Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the Temple (Sept. 6) and Cincinnati (Oct. 25) games. High School: Named firstteam all-region as a senior … Selected for Georgia’s North-South Football Classic … Had 33 tackles last year including nine TFLs and five sacks … Three-year starter … Team captain … Honor Roll student. Personal Profile: Corey Michael Manning … Born on July 15, 1989 … A health care management major.

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Twyon Martin One of the most experienced players returning on the Husky team this year with 31 starts and 38 games played since 2008. 2010: Started the first 11 games of the season before suffering an injury vs. Cincinnati (Nov. 27) … Missed the USF (Dec. 4) game but came back to start the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (Jan. 1) … Had 30 tackles on the year which featured five tackles for a loss and three sacks … Had a season-high seven tackles in win over Buffalo (Sept. 25) … His tackles for a loss came in five different games. 2009: Made 36 tackles during the season with 8.5 tackles for a loss and four sacks … Had a season-high six tackles in opening night win over Ohio (Sept. 5) and repeated that performance vs. South Carolina in the Papajohns.com Bowl (Jan. 2) … Also had four tackles against Louisville (Oct. 17) … Had 2.5 tackles for a loss with 1.5 sacks and four total tackles vs. Rutgers (Oct. 31). 2008: Emerged as a top defensive lineman for the Huskies … Started the final eight games of the year at defensive tackle as a redshirt freshman … Had 22 tackles with 3.5 for a loss and 1.5 sacks … Had a career-high eight tackles against West Virginia (Nov. 1) … Also had a sack against the Mountaineers. 2007: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Rutgers game (Nov. 3). High School: Played in the Nike Dade-Broward All-Star Game and the Broward North-South All-Star Game … Had 88 tackles and six sacks as a senior … Also competed in basketball and track … Football team captain. Personal Profile: Twyon Dwayne Martin … Born on January 9, 1989 … An economics major. Year GP-GS 2008 2009 2010 Totals

13-8 13-11 12-12 38-31

UT 12 14 11 37

AT 10 22 19 51

TT 22 36 30 88

SKS

1.5-8 4.0-9 3.0-24 8.5-41

TFL

3.5-11 8.5-16 5.0-26 17.0-53

INT PBU

TWYON MARTIN’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 8, vs. West Virginia, 11/1/08 Most TFL, game: 2.5, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09 Most Sacks, game: 1.5, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09

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RS Junior Offensive Tackle 6-4, 292 Bethesda, Md. Walt Whitman

Adam Masters Has gained valuable experience on the offensive line and special teams over the past two years…Moved into his own when he started four games in 2010. 2010: Started the first four games of the season at left tackle and then moved over to right tackle for the next seven … Helped allow Jordan Todman to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark and help UConn rank 35th in the country in rushing offense … Earned an Offensive Game Ball following the Pittsburgh win (Nov. 11) along with other blockers in recognition of UConn’s 265 rushing yards, including 22 by Todman. 2009: Played in seven games with most of the action coming on special teams … Played in each of the final five regular season games. 2008: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the North Carolina (Oct. 4) and Rutgers (Oct. 18) games. High School: Named all-county and all-conference in 2007 … Recorded 70 tackles as a senior including 15 sacks … Credited by his coaches with 120 “Pancake” blocks in his career … Team captain … Honor Roll student. Personal Profile: Adam Jordan Masters … Born on August 15, 1989 … A communications science major.

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RS Freshman Defensive End 6-4, 277 Beaver Falls, Pa. Beaver Falls

B.J. McBryde Was redshirted last year and will compete for playing time at the defensive end spot this season. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Had 72 tackles in senior year to go along with six sacks … Named honorable mention all-section … Team captain and two-year starter … Team went 10-2 during his senior season and won a pair of playoff games … Also played basketball and was team captain and three-year starter. Personal Profile: B.J. McBryde…Born on October 10, 1991 … An exploratory major.

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RS Freshman Tailback 5-8, 172 Staten Island, N.Y. St. Joseph By The Sea

Lyle McCombs Will compete for playing time at tailback this fall after redshirting last year…Rushed for 66 yards on 24 carries in the Blue-White Spring Football Game. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Player of the Week before the Louisville (Oct. 23) and USF (Dec. 4) games. High School: Named to New York Daily News All-City team and New York Post All-Staten Island … Named co-winner of Al Fabbri Award, given each year to the top high school football player on Staten Island … Two-time Staten Island Advance All-Star … led all Staten Island players with 172 points scored … Rushed for an average of 7.2 yards per carry in senior year … Rushed for 1,544 yards in nine games … Also had 15 receptions for an average of 23.4 yards per reception … Also rushed for over 1,000 yards as a junior. Personal Profile: Lyle James McCombs … Born on April 12, 1992 … A prekinesiology major.

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RS Senior Wide Receiver 6-1, 195 Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge Ridge and Latin / Proctor

RS Freshman Quarterback 6-2, 218 Natick, Mass. Natick

Isiah Moore

Scott McCummings Will be among those competing for the starting quarterback spot during preseason camp. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Player of the Week before the Rutgers game (Oct. 8). High School: Named to the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association All-State Team … Was named MetroWest Daily News Player of the Year … MetroWest Daily News also named him Male Athlete of the Year in July of 2010 for all sports … Named All-Scholastic by both The Boston Globe and Boston Herald … Team captain … Had over 2,000 yards of passing in senior year with over 1,000 yards of rushing … Passed for 15 touchdowns and rushed for another 12 … Team advanced to state Division II Super Bowl … As a junior, threw for 1,232 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 980 yards and 14 TDs. Personal Profile: Gary Scott McCummings … Born on October 15, 19991 … Has twin older brothers that both play college football – Thad at Massachusetts and Theo at Mount Ida … A management major.

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RS Junior Quarterback 6-3, 224 Fullerton, Calif. Servite

Johnny McEntee Will look for playing time at quarterback this year … Gained international fame last winter with the “trick shot” video that became a YouTube sensation. 2010: Saw playing time in one game against Texas Southern (Sept. 11). 2009: Saw playing time against Rhode Island (Sept. 26) 2008: Redshirted. High School: Played at Servite High School in Anaheim … Threw for 1,525 yards as a senior and had seven TD passes … Rushed for four touchdowns. Personal Profile: John David McEntee II … Born on May 9, 1990 … High school teammate of Husky D.J. Shoemate … A sociology major.

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Experienced wide receiver who has been part of the Husky rotation for the past two years … Will be counted on this year even more as Huskies will have a new starting quarterback. 2010: Was part of the wide receiver rotation for the Huskies all season long… Was the fifth-leading receiver on the team … Had a season high four receptions in win vs. Syracuse (Nov. 20) and had two receptions for 29 yards against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) and a touchdown reception … Also had three receptions in season opener against Michigan (Sept. 4) and two receptions for 27 yards in Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma (Jan. 1). 2009: Saw action in all 13 games and started three games when the Huskies came out in multiple receiver formations … Had the first receiving TD of his collegiate career in regular season finale vs. USF (Dec. 5) on a five-yard reception … Had four receptions in three consecutive games starting with win vs. Baylor (Sept. 19) … then had four against Rhode Island (Sept. 26) and Pittsburgh (Oct. 3). 2008: Saw action in the season-opening game vs. Hofstra (Aug. 28) … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the Baylor (Sept. 19) game. 2007: Redshirted. High School: Named to the New England Prep School All-Star team and All-Evergreen League in 2006 at Proctor Academy … Was a Greater Boston League All-Star in 2003 and 2004 … State Division 1 Champion in the 200 meters in 2005 … The fourth person ever to score 1,000 points for the Cambridge Rindge & Latin basketball team, joining Patrick Ewing, Rumeal Robinson and Lance Dottin. Personal Profile: Isiah Tijuan Moore … Born on October 8, 1987 … A sociology major. Year GP-GS 2009 2010 Totals

13-3 13-4 26-7

REC YDS AVG TD 24 15 39

286 147 433

11.9 9.8 11.1

1 1 2

LNG 29 15 29

ISIAH MOORE’S CAREER HIGHS Most Receptions: 4, 4x, last at Syracuse, 11/20/10 Most Rec. Yards, game: 76, at Baylor, 9/19/09 Longest Reception: 28, at Baylor, 9/19/09

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RS Senior Wide Receiver 5-10, 175 Burlington, N.J. Burlington Township

Kashif Moore Will serve as one of four team captains in 2010…The second-leading receiver on the team last year and will be looked once again to provide leadership to that group…Wears No. 6 in honor of teammate Jasper Howard, who was murdered in October of 2009 …First wore No. 6 for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl … Was part of two BIG EAST Championship teams in 2010-11 as he ran on the men’s outdoor track and field team…Huskies won conference title and was part of champion 4x100 meter relay team. 2010: The second leading receiver for the Huskies … Had two or more receptions in each of the first ten games of 2010 …Dating back to 2009, that streak reached 12 games … Has had two or more receptions in 18 of his last 21 games in a Husky uniform … Had five receptions in two different games in 2010 … All four of his receiving TDs were in different games … Had a first quarter 36-yard TD reception against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) … Had two receptions for 27 yards in Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma (Jan. 1) … Also saw kickoff duty for the Huskies and had eight returns during midseason for 169 yards. 2009: Saw action in all 13 games with starts in three games … Had 22 receptions for 370 yards with three TDs … Had his first multiple reception game of the year with four receptions for 62 yards and a TD at West Virginia (Oct. 24) … Also had four receptions for 77 games against Cincinnati (Nov. 7) … Had two receptions for 13 yards in win at Notre Dame (Nov. 21), including a touchdown reception in the first of two overtimes … Scored the first touchdown of the Papajohns.com Bowl vs. South Carolina (Jan. 2) when he made a terrific one-handed catch for a 37 yard score. 2008: Led the Huskies in receptions as a redshirt freshman with 27 catches for 273 yards … Had four receptions in his collegiate debut vs. Hofstra (Aug. 28) and also had four vs. North Carolina (Oct. 4) … Had three receptions vs. Virginia (Sept. 13), Cincinnati (Oct. 25) and Syracuse (Nov. 15) … Had his first career TD reception vs. Rutgers (Oct. 18) on a 46-yard pass in the fourth quarter from Zach Frazer. 2007: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Cincinnati game (Nov. 10). High School: Named second-team All-State as a senior … A twotime All-Conference pick … Also twice named All-County … As a junior, caught 34 passes for 586 yards and three touchdowns as team qualified for the South Group 2 state playoffs … Member of 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams that qualified for the Junior Olympics with the Willingboro track club … Team captain in football. Personal Profile: Kashif H. Moore … Kashif Moore Born on November

21, 1988 … An economics major. Year GP-GS 2008 2009 2010 Totals

13-8 13-3 13-10 39-21

REC YDS AVG TD 27 22 36 85

273 370 452 1095

10.1 16.8 12.6 12.9

1 3 4 8

LNG 47 67 40 67

AVG/G 22.8 28.5 34.8 28.8

KASHIF MOORE’S CAREER HIGHS Most Receptions: 5, 2x, last at Rutgers, 10/8/10 Most Rec. Yards, game: 77, vs. Cincinnati, 11/7/09 Longest Reception: 67, vs. Louisville, 10/17/09

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Redshirt Junior Linebacker 6-1, 232 Apex, N.C. Apex

Sio Moore An experienced returnee for the Huskies on defense … After seeing limited playing time in 2009, proved he belonged on the field in 2010. 2010: Two-time BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week … Started nine of the final ten games of the season … Was the second leading tackler on the team with 110 stops … Was second on the team with 11.5 tackles for a loss and also had 1.5 sacks … Had 17 tackles in win over West Virginia (Oct. 29) and was named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week for the WVU game … Was also named the Walter Camp Football Foundation and the Football Writers Association of America/Bronko Nagurski Award National Defensive Player of the Week … Also earned the Defensive Game Ball …Turned in double-digit tackles with 16 vs. Buffalo (Sept. 25), 12 vs. Rutgers (Oct. 8) and 10 vs. USF (Dec. 4) … Was named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week for the Buffalo game … Had an interception against Buffalo and a pair of forced fumbles vs. West Virginia. 2009: Saw action in four games … Had six tackles on the season with one tackle for a loss … Made three tackles with that tackle for a loss against Rhode Island (Sept. 26) … also made a tackle against Ohio (Sept. 5), Pittsburgh (Oct. 10) and Syracuse (Nov. 28). 2008: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the Louisville (Sept. 26), North Carolina (Oct. 4) and Syracuse (Nov. 15) games … Named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the Hofstra game (Aug. 28). High School: Named all-area … Played his freshman year at West Haven (Conn.) High School before moving to North Carolina. Personal Profile: Snorsio Alston Moore … Born on May 2, 1990 … A political science major.

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UT 2 72 74

AT

TT

4 38 42

SKS

6 110 116

TFL

INT PBU

0-0 1.0-1 0 1.5-10 11.5-32 1 1.5-10 12.5-33 1

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SIO MOORE’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 17, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most TFL, game: 3.0, 2x, last vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most Interceptions, game: 1, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Most Forced Fumbles, game: 2, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most Fumble Rec., game: 2, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10

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Sophomore Long Snapper 6-1, 207 Park Ridge, Ill. Maine Township South

Adam Mueller Will start the season as the team’s long snapper as he replace steady and consistent Derek Chard, who handled the job last year. 2010: Did not see any game action. High School: Earned two letters in football at Maine South … Team was 8A State Champion in 2008 and ’09 … Team was ranked fifth in the nation by USA Today following 2009 … Was starting center … First team all-area … Also played baseball and track … Was baseball team captain … Member of the National Honor Society. Personal Profile: Adam Joseph Mueller … Born on August 11, 1992 … An exploratory major.

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RS Freshman Outside Linebacker 6-4, 223 North Brunswick, N.J. Fork Union Military Academy (Va.)

Andrew Opoku Redshirt freshman who will be competing for playing time at the linebacker spot. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Player of the Week before the West Virginia game (Oct. 29). High School: Played his high school football at North Brunswick High School and spent a season of prep school at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia … Earned first team all-conference honors in high school and was a team captain … Had 15 career interceptions in high school … Earned Honorable Mention Honors at the U.S. Army All-America Combine … Team captain … Honor roll student in high school. Personal Profile: Andrew Kwame Opoku … Born on November 11, 1990 … An exploratory major.

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RS Freshman Linebacker 6-1, 238 Seymour, Conn. Seymour

Mike Osiecki In-state product who was redshirted last year and will be a serious contender at the linebacker spot as the Huskies lost a pair of starters there. 2010: Redshirted High School: 2008 Gatorade State Player of the Year in Connecticut … Also earned first team all-state honors from the New Haven Register … Two-time first team All-Naugatuck Valley League … Team advanced to state Class SS final as a senior … Also played fullback in high school, rushing for 1,774 yards and 26 TDs on 199 carries and catching 25 passes for 419 yards and six TDs as a senior … Second team all-state his junior year … team captain. Personal Profile: Michael Francis Osiecki … Born on June 14, 1991 … An exploratory major.

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RS Freshman Center 6-3, 300 Parkland, Fla. M. Stoneman Douglas

Bryan Paull Redshirt freshman who will look for his first collegiate playing time on the offensive line. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Second Team All-County pick … Played in the Miami-Dade County vs. Broward County All-Star Game… Was also a member of the wrestling team. Personal Profile: Bryan Paull … Born on February 16, 1992….An exploratory major.


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RS Senior Center 6-2, 302 St. Laurent, Que. Vanier Prep

Moe Petrus Was named to the preseason watch list for the Outland Trophy, given to the best interior lineman in the country, as well as the Rotary Lombardi Award, given to the nation’s top lineman … will serve as one of four team captains in 2010 … Has started 39 consecutive games for the Huskies and the past 26 at center. 2010: Started all 13 games and was a second team All-BIG EAST pick … Has started 26 straight games for UConn at center dating back to 2009 and started all 13 games in 2008 at left tackle for 39 straight starts … Helped allow Jordan Todman to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark and help UConn rank 35th in the country in rushing offense … Earned an Offensive Game Ball following the Pittsburgh win (Nov. 11) along with other blockers in recognition of UConn’s 265 rushing yards, including 22 by Todman … A member of the 2010 BIG EAST All-Academic team. 2009: Moved over to the center position and started all 13 games … Earned the Offensive Game Ball along with his fellow offensive line starters after the win against Notre Dame (Nov. 21) … Part of an offensive line that saw two Huskies gain over 1,000 yards of rushing – Andre Dixon and Jordan Todman … Was named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team. 2008: Started all 13 games for the Huskies at left guard in 2008 … Was named to the Sporting News and Football Writers Association of America AllFreshman team … Was part of an offensive line that allowed running back Donald Brown to lead the country in rushing … UConn team was ranked 20th in the country in rushing yards per game and second in the BIG EAST at 204.58 yards per game … Earned a game ball, along with his fellow offensive linemen, in UConn’s win over Virginia (Sept. 13) … Assisted Donald Brown and company by helping team to rush for 358 yards in the International Bowl victory over Buffalo (Jan. 3). 2007: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Rutgers (Nov. 3), Syracuse (Nov. 17) and West Virginia (Nov. 24) games. High School: A 2006 Canadian All-Star … Captain of Team Canada … Member of 2005 Team Canada Global Junior Championship team and MVP of the championship game … Helped Vanier to the Cegep Championship in 2006 with a 12-1 record … Also captained Vanier, the same school that produced former Husky Shawn Mayne. Personal Profile: Muhammad Petrus … Born on February 22, 1986 … A psychology major.

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RS Freshman Defensive Tackle 6-2, 299 Cincinnati, Ohio North College Hill

Angelo Pruitt Redshirt freshman who will look to contend for playing time at the defensive tackle spot. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Named Honorable Mention All-District in Region IV by the Associated Press … Two-time all-league and all-city pick … Team had a 10-0 record in regular season during his senior year … Made 98 tackles with 26 for a loss as a junior in 2008 … also had 235 rushing yards and three TDs as a junior … Had 78 career tackles for a loss … Three-time league all-academic pick. Personal Profile: Angelo D. Pruitt … Born on June 10, 1992 … An exploratory major.

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RS Senior Defensive Tackle 6-4, 295 Nashua, N.H. Nashua North

Kendall Reyes Was named to the preseason watch list for the Outland Trophy, the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and the Rotary Lombardi Award … will serve as one of four teams captains this season…Was also a captain in his junior season…Has played in 37 games over the past three seasons with 29 starts..A preseason nominee for The Lott IMPACT Trophy – given to the national defensive player of the year. 2010: A First Team All-BIG EAST selection…team captain who started all 13 games alternating between end and tackle and started final three games at tackle … Tied for third on the team with 10 tackles for a loss and also had 2.5 sacks … Had a season-high six tackles in the first game of the year vs. Michigan (Sept. 4) and the finale vs. USF (Dec. 4) … Had a momentum-changing 79-yard interception return in the closing minutes of the first half against Cincinnati (Nov. 27) and the Huskies later scored a TD … Cincinnati had moved the ball to the UConn nine before that interception … Received a Defensive Game Ball in three late-season games – vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 11), Syracuse (Nov. 20) and Cincinnati (Nov. 27). 2009: Started 12 games … Had 37 tackles, including six for a loss … Had a season-high six tackles in win against Syracuse (Nov. 28) … Also had four tackles against both Ohio (Sept. 5) in the season-opener win and at Notre Dame (Nov. 21) … Earned Defensive Game Ball for win vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 21). 2008: Emerged as a freshman standout on the defensive line as season progressed … Played in 11 games while starting the final four … Made his first collegiate start vs. Syracuse (Nov. 15) … Had 20 tackles on the season, including four vs. South Florida (Nov. 23) and five vs. Pittsburgh (Dec. 6) … Also had three tackles for a loss, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble … Had a sack against South Florida for a loss of eight yards.

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Student-Ath l e t e P r o f i l e s 2007: Redshirted … Named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Pittsburgh game (Sept. 22). High School: Selected for the Shriners’ All-Star Game … Was twice named All-State and also a two-time All-Conference pick … Played both wide receiver and defensive end … Team captain … A three-sport captain who also lettered in basketball and track … Member of the Honor Roll … Class President as a sophomore. Personal Profile: Kendall A. Reyes … Born on September 26, 1989 … A communication sciences major. Year GP-GS 2008 2009 2010 Totals

11-4 13-12 13-13 37-29

UT 12 16 26 54

AT 8 21 13 42

TT

SKS

20 37 39 96

1.5-11 3.0-14 2.5-13 7.0-38

TFL

3.0-14 6.0-21 10.0-31 18.0-66

KENDALL REYES’ CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 8, at Michigan, 9/4/10 Most TFL, game: 2.5, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10 Most PBU, game: 2, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Longest Interception Return: 79, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10

Kendall Reyes

INT PBU 0 0 2 2

0 2 4 6

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RS Senior Offensive Tackle 6-5, 335 Tamaqua, Pa. Marian Catholic

Mike Ryan Named to the preseason watch list for the Rotary Lombardi AWard … Outstanding and versatile member of the Husky offensive line…Will be looked upon to provide leadership to that group in 2010. 2010: A First Team All-BIG EAST player in 2010 … Started the first five games of the season at right tackle before moving over to the left for seven games … Missed the regular season finale vs. USF after being injured in the Cincinnati (Nov. 27) game … Helped allow Jordan Todman to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark and help UConn rank 35th in the country in rushing offense … Earned an Offensive Game Ball following the Pittsburgh win (Nov. 11) along with other blockers in recognition of UConn’s 265 rushing yards, including 22 by Todman. 2009: Moved into the starting lineup in the fifth game of the season and started the final nine games of the season … earned the Offensive Game Ball along with his fellow offensive line starters after the win against Notre Dame (Nov. 21) … Part of an offensive line that saw two Huskies gain over 1,000 yards of rushing – Andre Dixon and Jordan Todman. 2008: Played reserve duty in five games. 2007: Redshirted … Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Louisville game (Oct. 19). High School: Named first-team All-State in Class A … Also picked as firstteam All-County and All-Conference … Selected for the Pennsylvania EastWest All-Star Game … Named to the Harrisburg Patriot-News Platinum 33 Team … Helped Marian Catholic to an 11-2 mark in 2006 and a state playoff berth … Team captain. Personal Profile: Phillip Michael Ryan … Born on December 4, 1988 … Brother, Jamie Ryan, played at Notre Dame … An Enlgish major.

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RS Junior Wide Receiver 6-2, 217 Owings Mills, Md. McDonogh School

Gerrard Sheppard Will compete for playing time in the wide receiver rotation in 2011. 2010: Saw time as both a wide receiver and on special teams in 2010 … Made one reception for three yards against Texas Southern (Sept. 11) … That reception was the first of his collegiate career. 2009: Saw action in the Rhode Island game. 2008: Redshirted. High School: An all-state pick in 2007 … Selected to the Baltimore Sun AllMetro team … Gained 656 receiving yards as a senior with 10 touchdowns … Also basketball team MVP and captain … National Honor Society member. Personal Profile: Gerrard Vincent Sheppard … Born on November 16, 1990 … A pre-kinesiology major.

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the Michigan game (Sept. 4). High School: Named to the Central Massachusetts All-Stars for Division 1C … Had 71 tackles as a senior in 2009 with five sacks … rushed for 769 yards and 10 touchdowns and also passed for 126 yards … as a junior, passed for 726 yards and six touchdowns and rushed for 724 yards and six TDs … two-time pick to Worcester Telegram & Gazette Super Team … Three-time Division I all-star and two-time Division I Defensive MVP … Also played basketball … Attended same high school as former Husky center Keith Gray … Two-year captain. Personal Profile: Yawin Alexander Smallwood … Born on December 25, 1991 … A pre-kinesiology major.

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Senior Tailback 5-11, 219 Corona, Calif. USC

D.J. Shoemate Will look to hold the No. 1 tailback spot this year after making his Husky debut in 2010…Played immediately after transferring from USC…Was the leading rusher in the 2011 spring game with 19 carries for 110 yards and a TD. 2010: Transfer in 2010 from USC who was eligible immediately … Had 16 carries for 60 yards and a touchdown against Buffalo (Sept. 25) … Had two receptions for 12 yards against Temple (Sept. 18) … Also saw more time on special teams as season progressed and made two tackles vs. Cincinnati (Nov. 27). 2009: Served as a backup fullback at USC and played on special teams as a sophomore … Played in 12 games and had two carries for two yards, two catches for 23 yards with a TD and four tackles … Caught two passes for 23 yards (including a 13-yard TD), had a two-yard run and made a tackle against San Jose State.  2008: Began season as a reserve wide receiver, then was moved mid-season to a reserve fullback spot … Also played on special teams … Appeared in nine games and made one tackle.  High School: Earned ESPN 150 honors as a senior and was named Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team, Orange County Register Fab 15, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Los Angeles Times All-Star, Orange County Register All-Orange County first team and was the Trinity League Co-Offensive MVP … In his senior year, he ran for 1,291 yards on 241 carries with 24 TDs … Shoemate also caught 40 passes for 570 yards with 4 TDs … As a sophomore in 2005, he made the All-CIF Division I first team, Orange County Register All-Orange County first team and was the All-Serra League Co-MVP while rushing for 604 yards on 71 carries with 13 touchdowns, catching 46 passes for 930 yards with eight TDs and getting four scores on blocked punts … High school teammate of current Husky Johnny McEntee. Personal Profile: Dennis Shoemate, Jr. … Born on January 1, 1990 … A precommunications major. Year GP-GS 2010

13-1

ATT YDS TD 28

115

1

AVG 4.1

REC 2

YDS TD 12

0

D.J. SHOEMATE’S CAREER HIGHS (UCONN) Most Carries, game: 16, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Most Rush Yards, game: 60, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Longest Run: 28, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10

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RS Freshman Linebacker 6-2, 229 Worcester, Mass. Doherty

Yawin Smallwood

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RS Freshman Linebacker 6-2, 221 Coral Springs, Fla. J.P. Taravella

Brandon Steg Redshirt freshman who will compete for playing time at linebacker. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Player of the Week before the Buffalo (Sept. 25) and Syracuse (Nov. 20) games … Also named the Special Teams Scout Player of the Week before the Michigan game (Sept. 4). High School: Played in the Miami-Dade County vs. Broward County All-Star Game … also played in the Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl in Honolulu … Named second team all-county … Team captain. Personal Profile: Brandon Michael Steg … Born on October 11, 1991 … A sociology major.

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RS Sophomore Defensive Tackle 6-5, 315 Brookville, N.Y. Long Island Lutheran

Shamar Stephen Made his presence felt last year as he made his collegiate debut after redshirting in 2009…Saw action in all 13 games with eight starts. 2010: Made his first collegiate start in the third game of the season against Temple (Sept. 18) … Was a regular member of the defensive front rotation all season … Started five-straight games beginning with the Temple contest and then also started vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) and Syracuse (Nov. 20) … Had a career-high five tackles in win over USF (Dec. 4) to conclude the regular season … Also had four tackles against Temple … Had two sacks on the season – one against Texas Southern (Sept. 11) and the other vs. Vanderbilt (Oct. 2). 2009: Redshirted … Was named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the North Carolina (Sept. 12), West Virginia (Oct. 24) and Syracuse (Nov. 28) games. High School: Had 57 tackles in senior year with 12 sacks … Had two blocked field goals … Team captain … Team went 7-2 in senior year … Also played basketball … First Team All-American Lutheran Team.

Redshirt freshman who will look for his first collegiate playing time this season at linkebacker. 2010: Redshirted … Named the Defensive Scout Player of the Week before

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Student-Ath l e t e P r o f i l e s Personal Profile: Shamar Irvin Stephen … Born on February 25, 1991 … An economics major. Year GP-GS 2010

12-8

UT 13

AT 14

TT

SKS

27

TFL

2.0-12 4.0-17

INT PBU 0

0

SHAMAR STEPHEN’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 5, at USF, 12/4/10

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RS Senior Kicker 6-0, 203 Northborough, Mass. Algonquin Regional

Dave Teggart Was named to the preseason watch list for the Lou Groza Award given to the top kicker in the country … talented kicker who had a dramatic flair in 2010 with a pair of game-winning field goals as Huskies made their run to the BCS… Named to the preseason watch-list for the Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicker Award … In the UConn record book, is first in career field goals, first in single-season field goals, first in single-season consecutive extra points, second in career extra points, second in career points…Has made all 99 of his extra points attempts in his career. 2010: Earned first team All-BIG EAST honors in 2010 … Also earned AllECAC honors … Had two game-winning field goals during the Huskies fivegame winning streak to end the regular season … Hit a 52-yard field goal in the final seconds of the USF (Dec. 4) game to give the Huskies a 16-13 win and the BCS appearance … The 52-yarder was a career long, which topped a 50-yarder he had earlier in the game … Kicked four field goals in the USF win … Was named the BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week for his game vs. the Bulls … Was tied for 26th in the country in scoring (first in BIG EAST) and was fourth nationally in field goals at 1.92 per game … Hit a 27-yard field goal on the final play of overtime to lead UConn to a 16-13 win over West Virginia (Oct. 29) … Also earned BIG EAST Special Team Player of the Week honors for that game as he had three field goals vs. the Mountaineers … Dating back to 2009, has made a field goal in 14 of the last 15 games … Has connected on 16

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Sophomore Safety 5-11, 183 Davie, Fla. Plantation

Gilbert Stlouis Saw immediate playing time as a true freshman…Will look for an increased presence of defense this year. 2010: Played in six games – mostly on special teams – as a true freshman … Had two tackles against Texas Southern (Sept. 11). High School: Played in the Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl in Honolulu … Team went 8-3 in senior year … Earned first team all-conference in 2009 with 15 pass breakups … Had 40 tackles as a junior … Team captain … Also ran track. Personal Profile: Gilbert Stlouis … Born on April 30, 1991 … A political science and economics major. Year GP-GS 2010

6-0

UT 1

AT 1

TT 2

SKS 0

GILBERT STLOUIS’ CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 2, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10

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TFL 0-0

INT PBU 0-0

0

Dave Teggart


Student-Athlete P r o f i l e s of his last 17 field goal attempts … Has connected on all 99 of his career extra point attempts – including 36 last year and 47 in 2009 … The 47 consecutive attempts in 2009 was a school single-season record … has 52 career field goals, a UConn school record … His 99 extra points is tied for second in school history … His 254 career points is second in school history and his 25 field goals were first in single-season history … Earned the Special Teams Game Ball this year for the West Virginia and USF games … Also kicked a game-winning field goal on the final play of the 2009 game vs. USF … A member of the 2010 BIG EAST All-Academic team. 2009: Delivered the game winning field goal on final play of regular season with a 42-yard field goal against USF (Dec. 5) as time expired … Hit a 44-yard field goal in the win vs. South Carolina (Jan. 2) which set a new Papajohns. com Bowl record … Was a perfect 47 for 47 in the extra point department this season … The 47 extra points is the fourth-highest in school history … The 47 consecutive extra points ties as the longest streak in school history … Tied his career-high with a 49-yard field goal vs. North Carolina (Sept. 12) … Kicked a 29-yard field goal with 1:10 left in regulation against Notre Dame (Nov. 21) in a game that the Huskies eventually won … Earned the Special Teams game ball for the win vs. USF … Was named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team. 2008: Kicked in the final six games of the season … Was 13 of 15 on field goals and a perfect 16 for 16 on extra points … Made the first 11 field goals of his collegiate career … The 11 consecutive field goals set a school record … In his first career game against Cincinnati (10/25) was a perfect four of four in field goals … A two-time BIG EAST Special Team Player of the Week for his performances against the Bearcats and Syracuse (Nov. 15) – when he connected on three field goals … Career long is 47 yards against Cincinnati … Contributed five extra points and a 32-yard field goal in the International Bowl victory over Buffalo (Jan. 3). 2007: Redshirted. High School: Named to the 2006 Worcester Telegram & Gazette and MetroWest Daily News Super Teams … Was an All-Star pick by the Telegram & Gazette in 2005 and the Daily News in 2004 and 2005 … Twice named All-League … For his career was 18-for-24 on field goals with a long of 47 … Hit 50 of 51 career extra point tries … Averaged 41 yards for his 128 career punts with a long of 63 … Played linebacker as well … Also started at third base and hit 458 as Algonquin won the state baseball championship in 2006 and was runner-up in 2007 … Named to the Daily News All-Star team on the diamond as well … Baseball team captain as a senior. Personal Profile: David A. Teggart … Born on October 23, 1988 … A social science of sport major…Served a summer internship with the Connecticut Tigers baseball team of the New York-Penn League in 2011.

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RS Sophomore Punter 6-2, 211 York, Pa. York Suburban

Cole Wagner Returns for his second year as the starting punter for the Huskies after effectively handling those duties last year. 2010: Was an effective punter in his first year of collegiate action …His 41.3 yards per punt average was third in school single-season history…Earned Special Teams Game Ball for West Virginia (Oct. 29), Syracuse (Nov. 20) and USF (Dec. 4) games … Has 79 punts this season and has placed 26 of them inside the 20 yard line … Had a career-long 66 yard punt in season-opener at Michigan. 2009: Redshirted … Named the Special Teams Scout Player of the Week before the Rhode Island game (Sept. 26). High School: Earned three letters in football as both a punter and wide receiver … 4AIAA star selection as both positions in 2008 and ’09 … Team captain and MVP … Also played basketball and volleyball … Honor Roll student. Personal Profile: Cole Michael Wagner … Born on October 20, 1990 … An exploratory major. Year GP-GS 2010

13-12

PNT YDS AVG LNG 79

3260 41.3

66

TB 9

I20 26

COLE WAGNER’S CAREER HIGHS Most Punts, game: 11, at Rutgers, 10/8/10 Longest Punt: 66, at Michigan, 9/4/10 Longest Punt Average, game: 53.2, at USF, 12/4/10 Most Punts in 20, game: 3, 3x, last at Syracuse, 11/20/10

Year XP-XPA FG-FGA 0-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LNG PTS 2008 2009 2010 Totals

16-16 47-47 36-36 99-99

13-15 14-23 25-31 52-69

4-5 2-4 9-10 15-19

6-6 8-10 11-12 25-28

2-3 4-9 3-7 9-19

0-1 0-0 2-2 2-3

27 47 52 52

55 89 110 254

DAVE TEGGART’S CAREER HIGHS Most FG’s, game: 4, 2x, last at USF, 12/4/10 Most FG Att., game: 5, at Temple, 9/18/10 Longest Made FG: 52, at USF, 12/4/10 Longest Att. FG: 52, at USF, 12/4/10 Most PAT’s, game: 7, 2x, last vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10 Most PAT Att., game: 7, 2x, last vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10 Most Points, game: 16, vs. Cincinnati, 10/25/08

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RS Senior Cornerback 5-11, 197 Washington, Ga. Washington-Wilkes

RS Junior Linebacker 6-1, 255 Burlington Township, N.J. Holy Cross

Gary Wilburn

Jerome Williams

Has played in 21 games over the past three seasons…Enters preseason camp No. 2 at one of the cornerback spots. 2010: Played in 11 games on both special teams and in the secondary … Started the Buffalo (Sept. 25) and West Virginia (Oct. 29) games when the Huskies came out in a nickel package … Had a season and career-high four tackles at Michigan (Sept. 4) … Had three tackles against Oklahoma (Jan. 1) in Tostitos Fiesta Bowl … Also returned three punts in game vs. Texas Southern (Sept. 11). 2009: Saw action in six games on both defense and special teams … Had three tackles on the season … All came in opening win over Ohio (Sept. 5). 2008: Played in four games … Had one tackle against Syracuse (Nov. 15) … Also had a pass break-up on the season. 2007: Redshirted. High School: A second-team All-State pick … Also named All-Northeast Georgia and All-Area … Helped team to a state runner-up showing in 2005 and a regional title in 2006 … Made 58 tackles as a senior with 16 pass breakups and three interceptions … Returned three kickoffs for touchdowns … Also lettered in basketball and track earning a combined 11 varsity letters … Member of Student Council. Personal Profile: Gary D. Wilburn … Born on February 21, 1989 … An economics major. Year GP-GS 2008 4-0 2009 6-0 2010 11-2 Totals 21-2

UT 0 0 11 11

AT 1 3 5 9

TT 1 3 16 20

SKS 0 0 0 0

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

GARY WILBURN’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 4, at Michigan, 9/4/10

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55

INT PBU 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1

Has gained solid college experience over the past two seasons and will compete for a starting spot at linebacker this fall. 2010: Saw action in 11 games in 2010 as a reserve linebacker and made seven tackles … five of his tackles came against Texas Southern (Sept. 11) … Also had half a tackle for a loss against Texas Southern. 2009: Played in four games and made a tackle in regular season finale vs. USF (Dec. 5). 2008: Redshirted … Was named Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the Temple (Sept. 6) and Louisville (Sept. 26) games. High School: A two-time All-South Jersey selection … Was also named all-league, and all-county twice … Helped Holy Cross to a 2007 State Championship … Team captain … Honor Roll student. Personal Profile: Jerome Frederick Williams, Jr. … Father Jerome played football at Rutgers … Born on August 30, 1990 … An economics and sociology major. Year GP-GS 2010

11-0

UT 4

AT 3

TT 7

SKS 0

JEROME WILLIAMS’ CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 5, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10

TFL

0.5-1

INT PBU 0

0


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Junior Defensive End 6-1, 231 Bridgeport, Conn. Canterbury School

Junior Returner/Wide Receiver 5-10, 185 East Windsor, N.J. The Hun School

Trevardo Williams

Nick Williams Led the country in kickoff returns last year at 35.29 yards per return and was an All-BIG EAST performer at the spot…also saw limited duty at wide receiver. 2010: An All-BIG EAST First Team selection … His 35.29 yard average was also a school single-season record…Finished the year ranked first in the country in kickoff returns at 35.29 yards per return … Played in 11 games and became the Huskies kickoff returner midway through the season … Returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in 2010 with a 95-yarder against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) and a 100-yarder vs. Rutgers (Oct. 8) … The 100-yarder was the fourth in school history … Only the second Husky in school history to have two kickoff returns for a TD in addition to Tyvon Branch, who had both of his in 2007 … His 600 kickoff return yards were seventh in school single-season history…Had a 54-yard kickoff return vs. Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) and got the Special Teams Game Ball. 2009: One of three true freshmen to earn a varsity letter … Saw time in seven games and made two receptions for 18 yards … Both of those receptions came in the Rhode Island game (Sept. 26) … Also had a kickoff return for 36 yards against Rhode Island. High School: Named 2008 Trenton Times Player of the Year … Team captain and MVP … All-conference on both offense and defense as a junior and senior and all-conference on defense as a sophomore … As a junior, made 50 tackles with three interceptions … Had 11 interceptions as a sophomore. Personal Profile: Nicholas Robert Williams … Born on November 23, 1990 … An economics major. Year GP-GS 2009 2010 Totals

7-0 11-0 18-0

REC TDS AVG TD

Year

KR

YDS AVG TD

2009 2010 Totals

1 17 18

2 0 2

36 600 636

18 0 18

36.0 35.3 35.3

9.0 0 9.0 0 2 2

0 0 0

LNG 11 0 11

48

Has played in all 26 games over the past two seasons…Will look to maintain his position in the starting lineup during fall camp. 2010: Played in all 13 games in 2010 with seven starts … Had 29 tackles on the year, along with 9.5 tackles for a loss … Also had 4.5 sacks … Had a season and career-high six tackles vs. West Virginia (Oct. 29) … Also had two forced fumbles on the year. 2009: Played in all 13 games and started one in his first season of collegiate play … Had 19 tackles on the year with a pair of sacks and 2.5 sacks for a loss … Had four tackles against both Ohio (Sept. 5) and Rhode Island (Sept. 26) … Earned Special Teams Game Ball for win vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 26) … Enrolled at Connecticut in January of 2009 and took part in spring drills. High School: Named to the 2007 all-state team by both the Hartford Courant and the New Haven Register … A two-time all-conference selection … On the track, placed second in New England in the 100 meters in 2007 … Lived in Jamaica until 1999. Personal Profile: Trevardo V. Williams … Born on December 31, 1990 … A sociology major. Year GP-GS 2009 2010 Totals

13-1 13-7 26-8

UT 13 25 38

AT 6 4 10

TT 19 29 48

SKS

TFL

INT PBU

2.0-20 2.5-21 0 4.5-29 9.5-37 0 6.5-49 12.0-58 0

TREVARDO WILLIAMS’ CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 6, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most TFL, game: 2, 2x, last vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Most Sacks, game: 1, 5x, last at Rutgers, 10/8/10

LNG 36 100 100

NICK WILLIAMS’ CAREER HIGHS Most Receptions, game: 2, vs. Rhode Island, 9/26/09

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RS Junior Cornerback 6-0, 192 Edinboro, Pa. General McLane

RS Sophomore Defensive Tackle 6-3, 279 Fulton, Md. Reservoir

Blidi Wreh-Wilson

Tim Willman Made his collegiate debut last season and will work for more playing time this year during fall camp. 2010: Saw playing time in one game against Texas Southern (Sept. 11) … Recorded one tackle during the Texas Southern contest. 2009: Redshirted … Was named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the Rutgers game (Oct. 31). High School: First-team all-league selection … Honorable mention all-state … Named to the Howard County Times All-County team … Named to the National Football Foundation Baltimore Chapter Academic All-State team … Played in 2008 Maryland Crab Bowl between all-stars from Maryland and Washington, D.C. Personal Profile: Timothy Ryan Willman … Grandfather Lou Cavallo of Wallingford graduated from UConn in mid-50s … Born on November 23, 1990 … An economics major.

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RS Junior Defensive Tackle 6-2, 268 Medford, N.J. Shawnee/Cheshire (Conn.)

Ryan Wirth Will look for increased playing time this season on the defensive line. 2010: Saw reserve time on the defensive line and on special teams … Made four tackles on the season in four different games. 2009: Played in two games..Saw action vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 26) and Rutgers (Oct. 31). 2008: Redshirted … Named Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Temple (Sept. 6), Cincinnati (Oct. 25), West Virginia (Nov.1) and Pittsburgh (Dec. 6) games. High School: Named all-area and all-region in 2006 … Made 105 tackles, including nine TFLs and seven sacks … Team captain … Prepped in 2007 at Cheshire Academy in Connecticut. Personal Profile: Ryan David Wirth … Father R. David played football at Rowan University in New Jersey … Born on December 13, 1988 … A sociology major. Year GP-GS 2009 2010 Totals

2-0 7-0 9-0

UT 0 3 3

AT 0 1 1

TT 0 4 4

SKS 0 0 0

TFL 0-0 0-0 0-0

RYAN WIRTH’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 1, 4x, last at Louisville, 10/23/10

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5

INT PBU 0 0 0

0 0 0

Will serve as one of four team captains in 2011…Has played all 26 games over the past two seasons with 22 starts…Had two interception returns for TDs last year to tie a school record. 2010: Started all 13 games for the Huskies at cornerback in 2010 … had four interceptions on the season and returned two of them for touchdowns … his two interception returns for TDs ties a single-season best … named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week for his game against Vanderbilt (Oct. 2) when he had a 44-yard interception return for a touchdown and returned a fumble for 24 yards … had a 46-yard interception return for a TD against Buffalo (Sept. 25) … had seven tackles in win against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11) … had seven tackles vs. Oklahoma (Jan. 1) in Tostitos Fiesta Bowl … had six tackles against Louisville (Oct. 23) … earned the Defensive Game Ball vs. Vanderbilt. 2009: Gained great experience in first year of collegiate play with action in all 13 games and started nine games, including the final seven of the season … Had 40 tackles with one interception … Interception came in win vs. Louisville (Oct. 17) … Also led the team with six pass breakups … Had nine tackles vs. Cincinnati (Nov. 7) and six in win vs. Syracuse (Nov. 28). 2008: Redshirted … Named Defensive Scout Team Player of the Week before the Virginia (Sept. 13) and South Florida (Nov. 23) games … Named the Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Week before the North Carolina game (Oct. 4). High School: An honorable mention allstate pick as a senior … Also named all-district and all-region in 2007 … Named to the Meadville Tribune’s Dream Team … Honor Roll student. Personal Profile: Blidi Bertrard Wreh-Wilson … Brother Elliott played soccer and track at Thiel (Pa.) … Blidi Wreh-Wilson Born on December 5, 1989 … An economics major. Year GP-GS 2009 13-9 2010 13-13 Totals 26-22

UT 29 48 77

AT 11 9 20

TT 40 57 97

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TFL

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BLIDI WREH-WILSON’S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles, game: 7, 2x, last vs. Oklahoma, 1/1/11 Most TFL, game: 1, at Michigan, 9/4/10 Longest Interception Return: 53, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10

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Freshmen Student-Athl e t e B i o s

Julian Campenni

Kamal Abrams #

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Wide Receiver 5-10, 175 Dover, Del. Dover

High School: Honorable mention all-state pick and first team all-conference … Played quarterback in high school, but projects to be a wide receiver at UConn … As a junior, threw for over 1,300 yards and 13 TDs … Also had 534 rushing yards and eight TDs … Played in the 56th Annual DFRC BlueGold All-Star Football Game …Two-time team captain. Personal Profile: Kamal Deshawn Abrams…Born August 28, 1993.

Andrew Adams #

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Free Safety 5-11, 185 Fayetteville, Ga. Woodward Academy

High School: Earned First Team All-City/South Fulton County by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution … Played in 2009 GISA All-Star Game … Had ten tackles, two interceptions and two TDs in first round state playoff game in 2010 vs. Ridgefield HS … Team had a 10-2 record during his senior season. Personal Profile: Andrew Tyler Adams…Born August 28, 1993.

Kenton Adeyemi #

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Defensive Tackle 6-4, 257 Wethersfield, Conn. Kingwood-Oxford/Fork Union (Va.)

High School: Enrolled at UConn for spring 2011 semester … Played high school football at Kingwood-Oxford (Conn.) and then prepped for a season at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia … Was an honorable mention all-league selection in high school … An outstanding track and field performer who was second in New England in the discus and fourth in the shot put … Named to the Honor Roll at Fork Union. Personal Profile: Kenton Adetoye Adeyemi … Born January 13, 1992.

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Linebacker 6-1, 210 Powder Springs, Ga. McEachern

High School: Played in Cobb County All-Star Senior Bowl … Two-time Cobb County Player of the Week in 2010 … Team posted an 11-2 record during his senior year … Three-sport athlete … High school teammate of UConn incoming freshman Xavier Hemingway. Personal Profile: Jefferson Ashiru … Born May 25, 1993.

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Defensive Tackle 5-11, 274 West Pittson, Pa. Wyoming Area

High School: Named to the Pennsylvania Sports Writers Class 2A all-state second team … Named (Wilkes-Barre) Times-Leader All-Wyoming Valley Conference First Team … WVC Small School MVP … Made 106 tackles, 34 tackles for loss, 10 sacks and forced seven fumbles this past season … Team went 8-4 during his senior season … Played in the Big 33 Football Classic for the Pennsylvania team … Also played for the North team in the Chesapeake Bowl all-star game and had one tackle. Personal Profile: Julian M. Campenni … Born August 26, 1993.

Tyree Clark #

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Cornerback 5-10, 187 Tampa, Fla. Alonso

High School: Team captain who was a two year starter … Made 85 tackles as a senior … Posted four interceptions as a senior with two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries … As a junior had six interceptions to lead the Tampa Bay area … Named Honorable Mention All-Hillsborough County by the Tampa Tribune. Personal Profile: Tyree Deandre Clark … Born April 18, 1993.

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Running Back 5-11, 209 Berlin, Conn. Berlin

High School: Rushed for 2,154 yards as a junior and 5,040 for his career to set school records … Named Class M MVP this year by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association … A two-time all-state pick by the CHSCA and the New Haven Register … Also played cornerback and had 58 tackles and two fumble recoveries as a senior … Played basketball … Rushed for 1,397 yards as a senior with 21 TDs as team advanced to Class M quarterfinals … Had a school record 334 yards of rushing with three TDs in Class M championship game win over Bethel as a junior. Personal Profile: Maximillian Joseph DeLorenzo … Born June 18, 1993.

Deshon Foxx #

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Running Back 5-10, 170 Lynchburg, Va. Brookfield

High School: Team captain who earned Associated Press Group AA All-State honors … named All-Area by the (Lynchburg, Va.) News and Advance … scored 29 touchdowns as a senior … team went 12-2 during his senior year and advanced to state Division III semifinals. Personal Profile: Deshon Cameron Foxx … Born November 27, 1992.

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Freshmen S t u d e n t - A t h l e t e B i o s

Dalton Gifford #

Offensive Tackle 6-5, 294 Fairhaven, Mass. Barnstable/Bridgton Academy

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High School: Enrolled at UConn for spring 2011 semester … Enjoyed standout high school career at Barnstable (Mass.) before spending a semester at Maine’s Bridgton Academy … At Barnstable, team won Old Colony League title in 2009 … An All-OCL pick as a senior and played in Eastern Massachusetts Shriners’ All-Star Classic … Earned high honor roll accolades at Bridgton. Personal Profile: Dalton Michael Gifford … Born June 8, 1992.

Xavier Hemingway #

Offensive Tackle 6-4, 247 Powder Springs, Ga. McEachern

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High School: Named First Team All-State for Class AAAAA by the Georgia Sports Writers Association … Named All-Area by the Atlanta JournalConstitution for Cobb County … Team captain who played in the Cobb County All-Star Senior Bowl … Team went 11-2 during his senior season … High school teammate of UConn incoming freshman Jefferson Ashiru. Personal Profile: Xavier Hemingway … Born March 4, 1993.

Michael Nebrich #

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High School: First team all-state player and player of the year who enrolled at UConn for the spring 2011 semester after graduating from high school … Named Metro Player of the Year by Washington Post, covering the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia areas … Named the Fairfax (Va.) Times Male Athlete of the Year … Earned first team all-region and player of the year honors … All-District and player of the year … In his senior season, broke the Virginia state record for all-purpose yards with 4,968 and also scored 59 TDs … Team won its second consecutive Northern Region and Patriot District titles … Passed for a state record 3,831 yards and state record 262 completions along with 38 TDs (tied for seventh in state history) … Had 235 rushing carries for 1,136 yards and 21 TDs … In his junior season, led team to its first-ever state finals appearance … passed for 3,290 yards and 22 TDs … Had 265 carries for 1,231 yards and 24 TDs … ranks fourth in state history with 10,740 yards of total offense(7,963 yards passing and 2,777 yards rushing) along with 113 TDs … Also earned three letters in baseball as team won Patriot District title in his junior year. Personal Profile: Michael Alan Nebrich … Born April 3, 1993.

Paul Nwokeji #

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Wilbert Lee #

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Strong Safety 6-0, 202 Brooklyn, N.Y. Boys and Girls

High School: Named to the New York Daily News All-City team as a senior … Two-time New York Post All-City selection … Rushed for 964 yards and 12 touchdowns in senior year … Also had 75 tackles with two interceptions on defense … Had an injury-shortened junior season , scored five touchdowns – three through the air, one rushing and another on special teams … Also had 40 tackles with three interceptions and a sack with a fumble recovery … Had a game-clinching 70-yard run in first round victory in state playoffs in 2008 against Campus Magnet HS … Had an interception for a TD and a receiving TD in second round playoff win over Sheepshead Bay. Personal Profile: Wilbert Daniel Lee … Born February 10, 1992.

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Fullback 6-4, 242 Glastonbury, Conn. Glastonbury/Avon Old Farms

High School: Enrolled at UConn for spring 2011 semester … High school standout who was a two-year all-state and all-conference honoree … Was team captain at Glastonbury … Had career totals of 1,900 rushing yards with 1,400 passing yards and 43 touchdowns … Team won 2008 Class LL state championship … Prepped for a fall 2010 semester at Avon (Conn.) Old Farms. Personal Profile: William Sean McQuillian … born July 12, 1992.

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Quarterback 6-1, 204 Burke, Va. Lake Braddock Secondary School

Offensive Tackle 6-5, 256 Randolph, Mass. Thayer Academy

High School: Team captain who was first team All-Independent School League … Boston Herald All-Scholastic Team member … earned All-New England and Lineman of the Year honors from the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council. Personal Profile: Paul C. Nwokeji … born June 16, 1993.

David Stevenson #

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Cornerback 5-8, 171 Stone Mountain, Ga. Stephenson

High School: First-team all-region pick … Was the MVP of the Atlanta Combine … played in the National Underclassmen Combine’s All World Gridiron Classic … Team went 9-2 during his senior season. Personal Profile: David Dontae Stevenson … Born December 26, 1992.

Marquise Vann #

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Linebacker 6-0, 225 Cincinnati, Ohio Fairfield Senior

High School: Had 75 tackles and an interception as a senior … Was a team captain … Earned first team All-Greater Miami Conference … Also picked up all-county honors and second team all-region. Personal Profile: Marquise Jourdain Vann … Born November 23, 1992.


Head Coach Paul Pasqualoni . ................ Coaching Staff ...................................... George DeLeone . ............................... Don Brown ......................................... Clayton White . .................................. Hank Hughes . ..................................... Joe Moorhead .................................... Matt Cersosimo . ............................... Mike Foley . ........................................ Jonathan Wholley .............................. Darrell Perkins . ................................ All-Time Assistant Coaches . ................. Support Staff . ......................................

A Connecticut native and a veteran of the college game, Paul Pasqualoni begins his first year as the head coach at UConn in 2011.

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aul Pasqualoni became the 28th head football coach at the University of Connecticut on January 14, 2011. A native of Cheshire, Conn., Pasqualoni has extensive coaching experience on the high school, college and professional level and has served as a collegiate head coach for 19 seasons.

I am so excited for Coach P. He is an excellent coach and can coach at any level but I think he is a perfect fit as a head coach at the college level. Coach P. knows how to teach, he knows how to recruit, he knows how to run a college program. I always refer fondly to my days at Syracuse and one of the main reasons is that I loved playing football for Coach P. I grew in many ways while at college - as a person, as a student and as an athlete - and I owe a lot of that to Coach P..sd

Before taking the Connecticut position, Pasqualoni had been coaching in the National Football League as he was a member of the Dallas Cowboys staff (2005-07 and 2010) and the Miami Dolphins (2008-09). Pasqualoni worked with the tight ends (2005) and linebackers (2006-07) in Dallas. The Cowboys won the NFC East in 2007 and were a Wild Card playoff team in 2006. In 2007, the Cowboys’ defense limited opponents to 4.9 yards per play and were third in sacks. He rejoined the Cowboys staff in 2010 and became the defensive coordinator.

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Donovan McNabb, Washington Redskins Quarterback and 1998 Syracuse graduate

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Paul Pasqualoni was named the 28th head football coach at UConn on January 14, 2011.


H e a d C o a c h P a u l P a squaloni He served as defensive coordinator with the Dolphins and his defense allowed just 19.8 points per game in 2008 as the Dolphins won the AFC East Championship. His 2009 defense led the NFL in sacks per pass attempt. Pasqualoni served as the head coach of Syracuse from 1991-2004 and led the Orange to nine bowl games and was the head coach at Western Connecticut from 1982-86 and led them to an NCAA Division II postseason appearance. Pasqualoni concluded his 14-year tenure as Syracuse’s second-winningest coach with 107 victories. He guided his teams to four BIG EAST conference titles, including a share of one in 2004 - his final year at the school -- and had a 6-3 postseason record. Among those appearances, he led the Orange to two Fiesta Bowl appearances (1992 season and ‘97 season) and a trip to the Orange Bowl (1998 season), in the first year of the Bowl Championship Series. Syracuse also played in the 2004 Champs Sports Bowl, 2001 Insight.com Bowl, 1999 Music City Bowl, the 1996 Liberty Bowl, the 1996 Gator Bowl (1995 season) and the 1992 Hall of Fame Bowl (1991 season) during Pasqualoni’s tenure. His Orange teams won 10 games in three different seasons - 1991, 1992 and 2001. He joined the Syracuse staff in 1987 and was an assistant coach there for four seasons before being named the head coach prior to the 1991 season, taking over for the legendary Dick MacPherson.

In addition to his successful collegiate coaching career, Pasqualoni also has served as an assistant coach in the NFL for six seasons.

The University of Connecticut has hired a quality man of great integrity--and a wonderful football coach. He is a leader, a great communicator, a dedicated professional and a winner. We are grateful to Paul for his contributions to the Dallas Cowboys Pasqualoni developed a solid contingent of proand we wish him the very best with this new challenge.sd

fessional players at Syracuse, including a string of 17 selections in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft as

” Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys Owner and General Manager

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seven were first-round picks. The school produced at least two NFL draft selections in 11 of Pasqualoni’s 14 years as head coach. During his tenure at Syracuse as an assistant and head coach, the Orange were recognized with the AFCA Academic Achievement Honorable Mention Award for having a graduation rate better than 70 percent a total of 14 times. They were honored during 10 of the 14 years Pasqualoni was head coach. In 1999, Syracuse won the American Football Coaches Association Academic Achievement Award for posting a 100 percent graduation rate for the class that enrolled in 1994. Pasqualoni won the ECAC/Vince Lombardi Foundation Coach of the Year award in 1996 following his second-straight 9-3 season. He was named the 1992 and 1995 ECAC Coach of the Year for Division I-A.

In mid-June, Paul Pasqualoni spent a day at ESPN in Bristol, Conn., with interviews on several of the “World Wide Leader’s” television stations and internet platforms.

Pasqualoni served in leadership roles with the American Football Coaches Association Board of Trustees. He was appointed to the Board of Trustees in 1998 and served a three-year stint as a member of that group before becoming third-vice president for 2002. He was first vice president in 2004.

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Head Coach P a u l P a s q u al o n i The Nassau Coaches Association honored Pasqualoni with the 2003 Ralph Luisi “Don’t Quit” Memorial Award, given to an outstanding educator and coach who loves football and teaching. After finishing his undergraduate degree at Penn State, he spent four seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Cheshire High School (1972-75). His first collegiate job was as an assistant at Southern Connecticut in 1976 and was elevated to defensive coordinator in 1980. Pasqualoni had a five year stint from 1982-86 as the head football coach and athletic director at NCAA Division III Western Connecticut State in Danbury, Conn. His teams posted a 28-13 record at Western and he led the school to an NCAA Division II playoff appearance in 1985.

Paul Pasqualoni was the featured speaker at the eighth annual Lauren’s First and Goal Football Camp on June 5 at Lafayette College. The camp helped raise $80,000 for pediatric brain tumor research and this year’s event set camp records for number of players registered and camper donations.

Pasqualoni has experience coaching in a number of various all-star games, most recently as an assistant at the NFL’s Pro Bowl in 2010. He served as the defensive coach for the Blue squad at the 2000 Blue-

A CLOSER LOOK AT PAUL PASQUALONI FULL NAME: Paul Lucian Pasqualoni WIFE: Jill CHILDREN: Dante Paul, Tito Lucian, Cami Mae ALMA MATER: Penn State, ’72 BIRTHDATE: August 16, 1949 HOMETOWN: Cheshire, Conn. YEARS IN COACHING (COLLEGE): 40 (29)

COACHING RESUME Years

School/Team

1972-75 Cheshire HS 1976-81 Southern Connecticut 1982-86 Western Connecticut 1987-2004 Syracuse 2005-07 Dallas Cowboys 2008-09 Miami Dolphins 2010 Dallas Cowboys

Position

Assistant Coach Assistant Coach (1976-79) Defensive Coordinator (1980-81) Head Coach Linebackers Coach (1987-90) Head Coach (1991-2004) Tight Ends Coach (2005) Linebackers Coach (2006-07) Defensive Coordinator Defensive Coorindator

BOWL GAMES AS A COACH Year

1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2004 2006 2007 2008

Game

NCAA Div. III Sugar Hall of Fame Peach Aloha Hall of Fame Fiesta Gator Liberty Fiesta Orange Music City Insight Champs Sports NFL Wild Card NFL Divisional NFL Wild Card

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School, Pos.

WCSU, HC SU, Asst. SU, Asst. SU, Asst. SU, Asst. SU, Head SU, Head SU, Head SU, Head SU, Head SU, Head SU, Head SU, Head SU, Head Dallas, LBs Dallas, LBs Miami, DC

Result, Opponent

L, 28-0 vs. Montcliar State T, 16-16 vs. Auburn W, 23-10 vs. LSU W, 19-18 vs. Georgia W, 28-0 vs. Arizona W, 24-17 vs. Ohio State W, 26-22 vs. Colorado W, 41-0 vs. Clemson W, 30-17 vs. Houston L, 35-18 vs. Kansas State L, 31-10 vs. Florida W, 20-13 vs. Kentucky W, 26-3 vs. Kansas State L, 51-14 vs. Syracuse L, 21-10 vs. Seattle L, 21-17 vs. N.Y. Giants L, 27-9 vs. Baltimore

Paul Pasqualoni has been a head coach in nine bowl games and has coached in a total of 14 postseason college games.


H e a d C o a c h P a u l P a squaloni What They are Saying About Paul Pasqualoni and UConn Football “Paul is as good a person–and as good a football coach as anyone that I have had the privilege to be associated with in my time as a player or coach in the NFL. He has everything that a college program would want from a leadership perspective. He knows the game, and he is very effective at coaching and teaching every aspect of the game. We wish nothing but the best for Coach P. and his family. I know our players and his fellow coaches here in Dallas will miss him very much.” Jason Garrett Dallas Cowboys Head Coach

The Pasqualoni Family: Paul, Jill, Cami, Dante and Tito.

Gray Game. Pasqualoni coached in three East-West Shrine games, serving as an assistant coach for the East squad in 1994 and 1999, and as head coach of the East team in 1996. Pasqualoni was an assistant for the South squad at the 1998 Hula Bowl and served as an assistant coach for the East team in the 1993 Japan Bowl. A 1972 graduate of Penn State, Pasqualoni joined the football team as a walk-on and later lettered. He lettered in football and basketball at Cheshire High School in Connecticut and also earned a letter in football at Bordentown Military Institute in New Jersey. Pasqualoni earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education at Penn State and a master of science in physical education and human performance at Southern Connecticut State. Born on August 16, 1949, Pasqualoni and his wife, the former Jill Fleischman, have two sons, Dante Paul and Tito Lucian, and a daughter, Cami Mae.

“Paul is a very honorable man and and an excellent football coach. He will keep the tradition going of what we have accomplished here at UConn over the last ten years. I can’t tell you what he means to high school coaches from all over the country. You can’t believe the comments I have already received from high school coaches. It’s a perfect match.” John Dorsey Director of College Scouting-Green Bay Packers, UConn All-American Linebacker 1983

“Paul is a high class ethical guy. He is loved in every state by every high school coaches association. He is an honest guy who knows his football. He is excellent at getting the high school coaches in various states to believe in his program. Paul will have a good rapport with the coaches in Connecticut. Personally, I think it is a great hire.” John Fontana Executive Director, Connecticut High School Coaches Association

“UConn has hit a long home run. Paul is a tremendous individual and an outstanding football coach. He is highly thought of in our profession both on a personal and professional basis. I have watched him adjust to both the college and professional game and from my standpoint he is a very intelligent and well-developed football coach. He is a player’s coach and has a great relationship with the men who play for him.” Grant Teaff Executive Director, American Football Coaches Association

“If there was ever a perfect candidate to be the head football coach at the University of Connecticut, it’s Paul Pasqualoni. This is an absolute gift handed to UConn and I say that in all honesty. You just can’t go wrong with this man, He is absolutely fantastic in all facets. I want to congratulate the search committee at UConn because they undoubtedly picked the best guy.” Dick MacPherson Head Football Coach at Syracuse, 1981-1990

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George DeLeone Offensive Coordinator, Tight Ends

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eorge DeLeone, a 1970 University of Connecticut graduate and a veteran coach of 40 football seasons, is in his first year as the offensive coordinator on the UConn staff. He has position responsibility with the tight ends. The New Haven, Conn., native has coached in 12 bowl games, including the Fiesta, Sugar, Gator and Orange Bowl. He returns to the college ranks after serving as the tight ends coach for the Miami Dolphins since 2008 as he helped lead the team to the AFC East championship in 2008. DeLeone and UConn head coach Pasqualoni have a long coaching history together as they have been on the same staff, both professionally and collegiately, for 25 years. DeLeone was part of Pasqualoni’s staff for 13 of the 14 years that Pasqualoni was the head coach at Syracuse (1991-2004). The only year that DeLeone was not on that staff was in 1997 when he was the offensive line coach for the San Diego Chargers. DeLeone and Pasqualoni were both assistant coaches at Syracuse from 1987-90 and were together at Southern Connecticut from 1976-79 as DeLeone was the head coach and Pasqualoni was an assistant. They were on the same staff of the Dolphins in 2008-09. Prior to joining the Dolphins, DeLeone was the offensive coordinator at Temple (2006-07) and the run game coordinator/offensive line coach in 2005 at Mississippi. He originally joined the Syracuse staff in 1985 and was the offensive line coach for two seasons before becoming the offensive coordinator in 1987. Following his year with the Chargers, he returned to SU seven more seasons as the defensive coordinator in 1998 and the offensive coordinator from 1999-2004. During his career at Syracuse, the Orange played in 12 bowl games, posting an 8-3-1 record. While working with the offensive line at SU, five of his players were drafted by the NFL and as offensive coordinator, five players were named first team All-American. Syracuse won three BIG EAST Championships during DeLeone’s tenure there - 1996, 1998 and 2004. He served as the offensive coordinator at Holy Cross in 1984 and was on the Rutgers staff from 1980-83, serving in a number of roles, including

The DeLeone Family: Barbara Ann and George

defensive coordinator from 1981-82. DeLeone began his coaching career at Southern Connecticut as an assistant coach in 1970 and was the head coach of the Owls from 1970-75. The 1970 Owls were the Eastern Football Conference Champions. DeLeone graduated from UConn in 1970 with a degree in physical education and earned a master’s degree in physical education from Southern Connecticut in 1971. He is a graduate of Fairfield Prep (Conn.) High School. Born on May 9, 1948, he is the father of two sons – Andy and Mark and is married to Barbara Ann Ward.

Personal Information Full Name: George DeLeone Birthday: May 9, 1948 Hometown: New Haven, Conn. Education: 1970-B.S. in physical education from Connecticut; 1971-M.S. in physical education from Southern Connecticut. Marital Status: Married to Barbara Children: Andy, Mark

Coaching Experience Years

1970-75 1976-79 1980 1981-82 1983 1984 1985-86 1987-1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001-04 2005 2006 2007 2008-10

School

Southern Connecticut Southern Connecticut Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Holy Cross Syracuse Syracuse San Diego Chargers Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Mississippi Temple Temple Miami Dolphins

Postseason Games Year

1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1995 1996 1998 1999 2001 2004 2008

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Game

Cherry Sugar Hall of Fame Peach Aloha Hall of Fame Fiesta Gator Liberty Orange Music City Insight Champs Sports AFC Playoffs

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Duties

Offensive Line Head Coach Defensive Line Defensive Coordinator, LBs Offensive Line/Special Teams Offensive Coord./Spec. Teams Offensive Line Offensive Coord./Offensive Line Offensive Line Defensive Coord./Linebackers Offensive Coord./Offensive Line Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks Assistant HC/Off. Coor./Off. Line Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Tight Ends

Coach

School/Team

Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Miami Dolphins

Result

lost to Maryland, 35-18 tied Auburn, 16-16 def. LSU, 23-10 def. Georgia, 19-18 def. Arizona, 28-0 def. Ohio State, 31-14 def. Colorado, 26-22 def. Clemson, 41-0 def. Houston, 30-17 lost to Florida, 31-01 def. Kentucky 20-13 def. Kansas State, 26-3 lost to Georgia Tech, 51-14 lost to Baltimore, 27-9


Coachi n g S t a f f

Don Brown Defensive Coordinator, Cornerbacks

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on Brown, who has served as the head coach at three different schools in New England and has been the defensive coordinator at Maryland for the past two seasons, is in his first year as the defensive coordinator at UConn in 2011. He has position responsibility with the cornerbacks. Brown, a Spencer, Mass. native, was the head coach at Massachusetts (2004-08), Northeastern (2000-03) and Plymouth State (1993-95). He led UMass to the 2006 NCAA Football Championship Subdivision finals and has a career record of 95-45 as a collegiate head coach. In his two seasons at Maryland, the defense improved significantly in nearly every statistical category. The Terps ended 2010 ranked No. 38 nationally in scoring defense (22.2 points per game), No. 39 in total defense (352.3 yards per game), No. 21 in rushing defense (124.5 yards per game), ninth in pass efficiency defense (107.6 rating) and tied for 18th in turnovers gained (29). The Terps also broke up 58 passes which doubled their total from 2009. The 2009 squad posted the Terps highest sack total in five years (2.25 per game) and picked off six passes over the final four games. During his tenure at UMass, the Minutemen maintained one of the top defensive units in the nation. They finished among the top 20 in total defense in three of his five seasons and UMass was also first nationally in scoring defense in 2005. Brown led UMass to its best five-year span in program history as the Minutemen finished with 43 wins in his tenure, the third-highest total in school history. His winning percentage (.694/43-19) is tops in UMass history. In 2006 and 2007, he led UMass to a 23-5 overall record as the Minutemen earned NCAA FCS postseason berths both years, while winning consecutive conference titles. Brown led UMass to the 2006 national championship game after capturing the Atlantic 10 title with a perfect 8-0 record. UMass tied the school record for wins in a season with a 13-2 record and set a school-mark for wins in a row with 12. Brown was recognized nationally and regionally for the team’s accomplishments. He was named the 2006 AFCA Region I Coach of the Year, 2006 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year and 2006 New England Football Coach of the Year. Prior to his head-coaching stint at UMass, Brown led the Northeastern Huskies for four seasons (2000-03). After taking over a team coming off a 2-9 record, with just two winning seasons in the previous 12 before his arrival, Brown led Northeastern to a 27-20 mark. The Huskies posted winning records each of his last two seasons, going a combined 18-7 during that span. In 2002, Brown led Northeastern to its best season in school history, as the Huskies went 10-3 and made the school’s only appearance in the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. Brown was one of the top defensive coaches in the Northeast before his most recent two stints as head coach. He served as UMass’ defensive coordinator during the 1998 and 1999 seasons and helped UMass to two of the best seasons in school history, as the 1998 team posted an overall record of 12-3 and won the Division I-AA national championship. During the 1996 and 1997 seasons, Brown served as the defensive coordinator at Brown University. Brown also served as a head coach at Plymouth State (199395) where he posted a 25-6 mark (.806), leading the Panthers to a pair of Division III playoff appearances. Prior to his time at Plymouth State he was the defensive coordina-

The Brown Family: Don and Deborah

tor at Dartmouth (198486) and Yale (1987-92). Brown began his collegiate coaching career as an assistant at Dartmouth in 1982 after five seasons (1977-1982) at Hartford High School in White River Junction, Vt., He moved on to Mansfield (Pa.) University as an assistant coach in 1983. He is a 1977 graduate of Norwich University where he starred at running back and is now a member of the NU Hall of Fame. He earned his master’s degree from Plymouth State in 1996. Born, July 31, 1955, Brown and his wife, Deborah have four children (Echo, Zachariah, Rana and Chelsea) and three grandchildren (Lola, Piper and William).

Personal Information Full Name: Don Brown Birthdate: July 1, 1955 Education: 1977-B.A. from Norwich; 1996-M.A. from Plymouth State Marital Status: Married to Deborah Children: Echo, Zachariah, Rana and Chelsea

Coaching Experience Years

1982 1983 1984-86 1987-92 1993-95 1996-97 1998-99 2000-03 2004-08 2009-10

School

Postseason Games 1993 1994 1995 1998 1999 2002 2006 2007 2010

Duties

Dartmouth Mansfield (Pa.) Dartmouth Yale Plymouth State Brown Massachusetts Northeastern Massachusetts Maryland

Assistant Coach Defensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Head Coach Head Coach Defensive Coordinator/CBs

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ECAC Playoffs Div. III Regionals Div. III Quarterfinals Div. III Regionals FCS First Round FCS Quarterfinals FCS Semifinals FCS Championship FCS First Round FCS Quarterfinals FCS First Round FCS First Round FCS Quarterfinals FCS Semifinals FCS Championship FCS First Round FCS Quarterfinals Military Bowl

Coach

Plymouth State Plymouth State Plymouth State Plymouth State UMass UMass UMass UMass UMass UMass Northeastern UMass UMass UMass UMass UMass UMass Maryland

lost to Rensselaer, 13-0 def. Merchant Marine, 19-18 lost to Ithaca, 22-7 lost to Union (N.Y.), 24-7 def. McNeese State, 21-19 def. Lehigh, 27-21 def. Northwestern St., 41-31 def. Ga. Southern, 55-43 def. Furman, 30-23 lost to Ga. Southern, 38-21 lost to Fordham, 29-24 def. Lafayette, 35-14 def. New Hampshire, 24-17 def. Montana, 19-17 lost to Appalachian St., 28-17 def. Fordham, 49-35 lost to Southern Ill., 34-27 def. East Carolina, 51-20

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Clayton White Special Teams Coordinator, Running Backs

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layton White, a three-year National Football League player who has been coaching on the college level for the past seven seasons, is in his first year as an assistant coach at the University of Connecticut and will work with the running backs and the special teams. White spent the 2010 season as the defensive backs coach and special team co-coordinator at Western Kentucky. White’s punt return team at WKU ranked third in the Sun Belt Conference at 8.13 yards per return. He was part of a defense that led the Sun Belt in total defense for conference games. Prior to his one year at WKU, White coached the defensive backs and was the assistant special teams coach at Stanford from 2007-09. During Whites’s tenure at Stanford, the Cardinal was ranked as high as 14th in the nation by the Associated Press in 2009 and posted an 8-4 regular season record. The Cardinal’s Sun Bowl appearance in 2009 marked the school’s first bowl game since 2001. Prior to his arrival at Stanford, White served as the defensive backs coach and special team assistant at Western Michigan (2006) working with the punt return and kickoff coverage units. WMU ranked sixth in the country in kickoff return defense in 2006 at 16.00 yards per return and was tenth in the country in punt returns at 13.56. While at Western Michigan, he coached two defensive backs that were selected in the 2009 NFL Draft -- Louis Delmas (2nd round, 33rd overall pick by Detroit Lions) and E.J. Biggers (7th round, Tampa Bay Buccaneers). White was part of a Broncos staff that led the 2006 team to an 8-5 record and an appearance in the 2007 International Bowl. He coached a defense that led the nation with 24 interceptions and 3.54 sacks per game, while ranking tied for second with 37 turnovers gained, tied for sixth in rushing yards allowed per game (76.1) and seventh in turnover margin (+0.92). He spent the previous two seasons (2004-05) at Western Carolina where he coached defensive backs and was a special teams assistant while also serving as recruiting coordinator each year. The Catamounts led

The White Family: Clayton, Kelly and Chase

the nation in pass defense, ranked fifth in passing efficiency defense and 18th in overall defense in 2005. White’s special teams unit ranked third in the Southern Conference in yards per punt return (9.84 ypr) in 2004, while Western Carolina recorded two blocked kicks that were returned for touchdowns in 2005. White also served as the football program’s recruiting coordinator during his two seasons. A native of Dunn, North Carolina, White was a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from March to August of 2003 as a linebacker and special teams player. He spent two seasons (2001-02) with the New York Giants, also as a linebacker and a member of the special teams unit. White played every special teams snap during the 2001 season and made seven tackles for the Giants. White was a three-year starter at linebacker from 1999-2001 and a member of the special teams unit during his collegiate playing days with North Carolina State. He ended his career with his name in the record book in several categories, including career tackles for loss (33), single-season tackles for loss and tackles in a single game. He was named North Carolina State’s special teams MVP in 1997. White received his bachelor of science degree from the school in parks, recreation and tourism with a concentration in sports management in 2001. He enjoyed an outstanding prep career at Triton High School in his native Dunn, North Carolina, where he was a first team all-state selection as a defensive back and all-region quarterback. He was named the most valuable player of the 1996 North Carolina East-West All-Star Game and participated in the North Carolina-South Carolina Shrine Bowl. White is joined in Connecticut by his wife Kelly and new born son Chase.

Personal Information Name: Clayton White Hometown: Dunn, N.C. Education: 2001 – B.S. in sport management from North Carolina Sate Marital Status: Married to Kelly Children: Chase

Coaching Experience Years

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2003 2004-05 2006 2007-08 2009 2010

Postseason Games Year

1998 2000 2002 2006 2009

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Sanderson (N.C.) HS Defensive Backs Western Carolina Defensive Backs/Special Teams Assistant Western Michigan Defensive Backs/Special Teams Assistant Stanford Defensive Backs/Special Teams Assistant Stanford Defensive Backs Western Kentucky DBs/Co-Special Teams Coordinator Game

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N.C. State N.C. State New York Giants Western Michigan Stanford

Result

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Hank Hughes Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Line

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ank Hughes is entering his 11th season on the Husky coaching staff and his first as assistant head coach. For the previous six seasons he had been the assistant head coach for defense after spending the previous three as the defensive coordinator. A 33-year veteran of the coaching profession, Hughes joined the program in Feb. 2001 as the defensive line coach and has coached that position group throughout his tenure at UConn. In 2010, his defense was ranked 28th in the country and fourth in the BIG EAST in pass efficiency defense and was also ranked 35th in the country in scoring defense. Following the 2009 season, he was named the Assistant Coach of the Year by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston. The UConn defense finished the 2008 season ranked sixth in the country and first in the BIG EAST Conference in total defense at 278.00 yards per game and was also ninth in passing efficiency defense (first in BIG EAST), 16th in rushing defense (second in BIG EAST) and 22nd in scoring defense (third in BIG EAST). Hughes tutored defensive lineman Cody Brown, who earned All-BIG EAST honors in 2008 and was selected in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals. Under Hughes, UConn led the BIG EAST in total defense in each of its first two seasons in the league. The Huskies finished seventh in the nation in 2006, averaging 297.1 yards per game in total defense while also ranking fourth in passing defense and seventh in passing efficiency defense. The Huskies used their stout defense to gain the 2007 BIG EAST Championship with the team ranking in the top 17 nationally in passing defense, passing efficiency defense and scoring defense. In 2002, the Huskies’ first Division I-A season, Hughes found great success in his opening season as UConn’s defensive coordinator. In the Huskies’ first season of eligibility for the national I-A leaders, UConn ranked fifth in the nation in passing defense (160.4 yards per game), 18th in passing effi-

Personal Information Full Name: Henry Francis Hughes Birthdate: October 19, 1957 Hometown: Albany, N.Y. Education: 1979 – B.S in physical education from Springfield College Marital Status: Married to Jackie Children: Raquel Marie, Henry, Jack and Charles

Coaching Experience

Years School 1979 Albany 1980 Springfield College 1981 Northeastern 1982-84 Lafayette 1985-90 James Madison 1991 Montreal Machine 1992 Montreal Machine 1993 Cincinnati 1994-97 Harvard 1998-2000 Memphis 2001 UConn 2002-04 UConn 2005-10 UConn 2011-Pres. UConn

Postseason Games Year 1987 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010

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School/Team James Madison Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut

Result lost to Marshall, 41-12 def. Toledo, 39-10 lost to Wake Forest, 24-10 def. Buffalo, 38-20 def. South Carolina, 20-7 lost to Oklahoma, 48-20

ciency defense (102.44 rating) and 19th in total defense (316.1 yards per game). The Huskies ranked 23rd nationally by forcing 32 turnovers, the team’s most since the 1992 season. UConn continued this defensive success in 2004 as the team led the BIG EAST in both total and passing defense en route to the program’s first ever bowl berth, a 39-10 victory over Toledo in the Motor City Bowl. The leader of Hughes’ defense, Alfred Fincher, became the first Husky drafted in 11 years while Tyler King and Justin Perkins both signed NFL contracts after the season as well. The 2006 season saw defensive tackle Rhema Fuller become the first Husky to ever be a finalist for the Draddy Trophy. Before coming to UConn, Hughes was the defensive line coach at the University of Memphis from 1998-2000. The Tigers finished the 2000 season as the No. 1 rated defense in Division I-A against the run (72.7 rushing yards allowed per game), fifth in the nation in total defense (275.3 yards per game) and 14th in scoring defense (18.1 points allowed per game). Hughes is familiar with New England, having served at four different schools in the region. In his most recent New England stop prior to UConn, Hughes worked at Harvard (1994-97) where he was the assistant head coach, defensive line coach and special teams coordinator. He was defensive line coach at Cincinnati in 1993 and was an assistant coach for the Montreal Machine of the World League of American Football in 1991 and 1992, serving as linebacker coach in 1991 and adding defensive coordinator duties in 1992. Hughes was the linebacker coach and recruiting coordinator at James Madison from 198590, served as linebackers and defensive line coach at Lafayette from 1982-84 and also coached the defensive line at Northeastern (1981), Springfield College (1980) and Albany (1979). Hughes is a 1979 graduate of Springfield College with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He played for four years at linebacker and was a two-year starter. A native of Albany, N.Y., Hank and his wife, Jackie, reside in Tolland, Conn., with their four children, Raquel Marie, Henry, Jack and Charles.

The Hughes Family: Hank, Jackie, Raquel Marie, Charles, Henry and Jack

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Joe Moorhead Quarterbacks

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oe Moorhead, a 1996 graduate of Fordham University, is in his third year as the quarterbacks coach at UConn. Moorhead served as the offensive coordinator at UConn in 2009 and ‘10 the seasons after serving in the same role at the University of Akron for the previous two seasons. UConn finished the 2009 season as the third most productive offense in the BIG EAST under Moorhead’s guidance and was second in scoring. In 2010, Connecticut was second in the BIG EAST Conference in scoring offense and rushing offense. He was an assistant coach at Akron for a total of five years (20042008) and was the wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator in 2004 and ‘05 and the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator in 2006. Moorhead helped lead Akron to be just one of 17 schools nationally in 2008 to be ranked among the top 50 in rushing offense (45th at 165.7 yards per game), passing offense (46th at 231.50), total offense (40th at 396.97) and scoring offense (36th at 30.0 points per game). Moorhead was responsible for devising, installing and implementing a “multiple-no huddle” offensive scheme for the Zips.

The Moorhead Family: Joe, Jennifer, Kyra, Donovan and Mason

school single-season record with 1,210 receiving yards under Moorhead’s watch. Hixon was a fourth round NFL Draft pick of the Denver Broncos and is currently a member of the New York Giants. In 2004, Moorhead also coached the punt return team at Akron, which ranked fifth in the entire country and first in the MAC.

Akron was the most improved school in the nation this past year in terms of total offense and was the sixth-most improved in scoring offense. In the Mid-American Conference, Akron was third in points per game and turnover margin (plus 0.5) and fourth in rushing yards per game.

Moorhead was an assistant coach at Georgetown for four seasons from 2000 through 2003, where he had stints as the running backs coach, quarterbacks coach and the offensive coordinator, in his final year. The Hoyas were ranked third in the Patriot League in rushing in ‘03.

In 2007, wide receiver Jabari Arthur was ranked 11th in the country in receptions per game with 7.2 and was 12th in receiving yards per game with 96.7. He broke five school receiving records in his career. He was named first team all-conference, played in the Hula Bowl and later signed a free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL.

He gained experience coaching in the BIG EAST Conference as a graduate assistant at Pittsburgh in 1998 and ‘99.

In 2006, as quarterbacks coach, he mentored Luke Getsy, who threw for 2,662 yards as a senior. Getsy left Akron with 24 different school records. Getsy was one of four Zips to play in a postseason all-star game that year and he signed a free agent contract with the San Francisco 49ers. Wide receiver David Harvey earned freshman All-American honors for the Zips that year. The 2005 Zips won the school’s first-ever Mid-American Conference championship and played in the Motor City Bowl. Domenik Hixon set a

As a collegiate performer at Fordham, he was a three-year starter at quarterback and was a team captain as a senior. He was a second team AllPatriot League pick as a senior and finished 13th nationally in total offense. Following his collegiate career, Moorhead spent time in the training camp of the Milwaukee Mustangs of the Arena Football League after playing the 1996 season for the Munich Cowboys of the E.F.A.F. Moorhead graduated from Fordham with a degree in English. He and his wife, Jennifer, have three children: daughter Kyra, son Mason and son Donovan.

Personal Information Full Name: Joseph Michael Moorhead Birthdate: November 2, 1973 Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. Education: 1996 – B.A. in English from Fordham Marital Status: Married to Jennifer Children: Kyra, Mason and Donovan

Coaching Experience Years School 1998-99 Pittsburgh 2000-2002 Georgetown 2003 Georgetown 2004-05 Akron 2006 Akron 2007-08 Akron 2009-10 UConn 2011-Pres. UConn

Postseason Games Year 2005 2009 2010

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Result lost to Memphis, 38-31 def. South Carolina, 20-7 lost to Oklahoma, 48-20


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Matt Cersosimo Wide Receivers, Recruiting Coordinator

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att Cersosimo enters his sixth year as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator at UConn. During Cersosimo’s tenure as recruiting Coordinator, UConn has won a pair of BIG EAST Championships and participated in four-straight bowl games - including the 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. In 2010, the UConn wide receivers accounted for 113 catches with 1369 yards and seven touchdowns while not having a single senior within the group. The group was highlighted by a pair of juniors -- Mike Smith and Kashif Moore. Cersosimo’s wide receivers developed in the 2009 season, highlighted by senior Marcus Easley, who was the fourth round pick of the Buffalo Bills. Easley caught 48 passes for 893 yards and eight touchdown passes. He eclipsed the 100-yard receiving mark in every BIG EAST game. Easley participated in the Texas vs. Nation All-Star game and the 2010 NFL Combine. Cersosimo spent the 2004 and 2005 seasons as an assistant coach at Harvard, helping the Crimson to a 10-0 record, 7-0 in Ivy League action in 2004 and a record of 17-3 over the combined 2004-05 seasons. Wide receivers Brian Edwards and Cory Mazza were each named All-Ivy. In 2005, his role switched to running backs coach and junior varsity head coach. The varsity Crimson finished 7-3 with junior running back Clifton Dawson was a unanimous All-Ivy pick after the season. Before starting his Husky career as a graduate assistant in 2002-2003, Cersosimo was a Springfield College coach for wide receivers and special teams in 2001 and 2002. As a two-year starter at defensive back on the Springfield College football team, Cersosimo received the Unsung Hero Award in 2000 and the Coaches Award in 1999. He also received Springfield’s Dual Sport Athlete of the Year Award in 1998. Cersosimo was a two-year lacrosse captain at Springfield College, earning All-New England honors as a senior. Cersosimo boasts a deep coaching pedigree as his family is well established in the Connecticut high school ranks. His father, Rob, has served as

head coach at Conard High School since 1984 while his grandfather, Bob McKee, was the head coach at West Hartford’s Hall High School from 1951 to 1956 before moving to Conard where he was head coach from 1957-1984. Cersosimo is a native of West Hartford, Conn. and received a pair of degrees from Springfield College, an undergraduate degree in 2000 in physical education and a master’s degree in health education in 2002. He is married to the former Megan Campbell, an All-BIG EAST women’s lacrosse player at UConn who served as the team’s head coach in 2007 and ‘08. The couple has a son Brady and a daughter Caroline.

Personal Information Full Name: Matthew Robert Cersosimo Birthdate: November 24, 1977 Hometown: West Hartford, Conn. Education: 2000 — B.S. in physical education from Springfield College 2002 – M.S. in health education from Springfield College Marital Status: Married to the former Megan Campbell Children: Brady and Caroline

Coaching Experience Years 2000-01 2002-03 2004 2005 2006-Pres.

School Springfield UConn Harvard Harvard UConn

Bowl Games Year 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Duties Wide Receivers, Special Teams Graduate Assistant Wide Receivers Running Backs Wide Receivers, Recruiting Coord.

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School/Team Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut

Result lost to Wake Forest, 24-10 def. Buffalo, 38-20 def. South Carolina, 20-7 lost to Oklahoma,

The Cersosimo Family: Megan, Caroline, Brady and Matt

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Mike Foley Offensive Line

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veteran of northeastern football coaching, Mike Foley enters his sixth season as offensive line coach at Connecticut. Prior to UConn, Foley completed 21 seasons of involvement with the football team at his alma mater, Colgate University. He had served as the Raiders’ offensive coordinator and offensive line coach since 1997. Foley and his offensive line have been key factors in UConn’s outstanding rushing game in 2009 and ‘10 as the Huskies featured two 1,000yard rushers in BIG EAST Player of the Year and All-American Jordan Todman (2009 and ‘10) and Andre Dixon (2009). The UConn offensive line led the BIG EAST Conference in fewest sacks allowed at 1.15 per game and were ranked 20th nationally. Foley and his offensive line were a key factor in Donald Brown achieving the status as the country’s leading rusher in 2008. In 2008, Foley coached First Team All-BIG EAST Conference selection Will Beatty at left tackle as Beatty later went on to play in the Senior Bowl and was selected in the Second Round of the National Football League Draft by the New York Giants. In 2005, his final year at Colgate, the Raiders posted an 8-4 record and advanced to the NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs. Foley helped coach all seven of Colgate’s NCAA Playoff squads, including the 2003 team that advanced to the National Championship Game. Of the 13 seasons in which Colgate was eligible for the playoffs with Foley aboard, the team qualified seven times. Foley also played a role in each of Colgate’s five Patriot League Championship teams (1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005). Colgate broke the league record for rushing yardage three times under his tutelage, and led the Patriot League five out of his last nine seasons. During his tenure as offensive coordinator (1997-2005), Foley produced 39 All-Patriot League players including 13 on the offensive line. His offensive schemes and the line’s blocking helped pave the way for a pair of Walter Payton Award winners, Kenny Gamble in 1987 and Jamal Branch in 2003. He began his coaching career as offensive line coach at Bates College in 1978, before moving the next fall to Dartmouth as the freshman offensive line coach for one season. After one season as offensive line coach at Holy Cross in 1980, he returned to his alma mater as junior varsity head coach and varsity receivers coach. After two seasons in that position, he took over as offensive line coach in 1983. Foley added the duties of offensive coordinator in 1984. In 1986, he served as interim head coach during the absence of head coach Fred Dunlap, who was recovering from bypass surgery.  Following Dunlap’s retirement in 1987, Foley was named head coach of the Raiders,

Personal Information Full Name: Michael Francis Foley Birthdate: October 5, 1955 Hometown: Newburyport, Mass. Education: 1978 — B.S. in economics from Colgate Marital Status: Married to the former Kathleen Bresnahan Children: Erin and Patrick

Coaching Experience Years 1978 1979 1980 1981-82 1983 1984-85 1986 1987-92 1994-96 1997-05 2006-Pres.

School Bates Dartmouth Holy Cross Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Harvard Colgate UConn

Postseason Games Year 1982 1982 1983 1997 1998 1999 2003 2003 2003 2003 2005 55-21 2007 2008 2009 2010

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School/Team Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate Colgate

Result def. Boston Univ., 21-7 lost to Delaware, 20-13 lost to W. Carolina, 24-23 lost to Villanova, 49-28 lost to Ga. Southern, 49-28 lost to Illinois State, 56-13 def. UMass, 19-7 def. W. Illinois, 28-27 def. Fla. Atlantic, 36-24 lost to Delaware, 40-0 lost to New Hampshire,

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lost to Wake Forest, 24-10 def. Buffalo, 38-20 def. South Carolina, 20-7 lost to Oklahoma, 48-20

a title he held through 1992, compiling a 21-34 record. He returned to the Hamilton, N.Y. campus in 1997 as offensive coordinator and line coach after three years on the Harvard staff. While with the Crimson, he served as offensive coordinator during his entire stay. He was a four-year letterwinner at Colgate and captain of the 1977 team. A three-year starter at center, he was twice honored as an All-East performer by the Associated Press and, in 1977, was also named to the ECAC All-East squad. In 2004, Foley was inducted into Colgate’s Athletic Hall of Honor. Foley was born in Kittery, Maine, but grew up in Newburyport, Mass. He graduated from Colgate University in 1978 with a degree in economics. Foley and his wife, Kathleen, have two grown children, Erin and Patrick. A football coach like his father, Patrick is the co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Colgate.

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Duties Offensive Line Freshman Offensive Line Offensive Line Wide Receivers, JV Head Coach Offensive Line Offensive Coord., Offensive Line Interim Head Coach Head Coach Offensive Coordinator Offensive Coord., Offensive Line Offensive Line


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Jonathan Wholley Linebackers

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onathan Wholley, a 2004 graduate of the University of Connecticut who earned a master’s degree from UConn in 2008, is entering his second season at UConn. This season, Wholley will work with the linebackers after working with the tight ends in 2010. Wholley was an assistant football coach at Fordham for the 2009 season where he worked with the running backs and had recently added recruiting coordinator duties. The Rams led the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision in total offense at 488.82 yards per game. A Southington, Conn., native, Wholley was a member of the UConn football team from 2001-04 as a running back and joined the team as a walk-on. He later earned a scholarship and was a member of the 2004 Motor City Bowl championship team. He earned his undergraduate degree in political science from UConn in December of 2004. Following graduation, he was an assistant coach at Central Connecticut for the 2005 season and worked with the tight ends. The Blue Devils had a 7-4 record and were Northeast Conference co-champions.

Personal Information Full Name: Jonathan Joseph Wholley Birthdate: August 18, 1981 Hometown: Southington, Conn. Education: 2004 – B.S. in political science from UConn 2008 – Master’s in kinesiology from UConn

Coaching Experience Years 2005 2006-08 2009 2010 2011-Pres.

School Central Connecticut Connecticut Fordham Connecticut Connecticut

Bowl Games Year 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Duties Tight Ends Offensive GA Running Backs Tight Ends Linebackers

Wholley then returned to UConn as a graduate assistant coach for the 2006-08 seasons working on the offensive side of the bowl. He was part of the coaching staff that led the Huskies to a share of the 2007 BIG EAST Championship and an appearance in the 2007 Meineke Car Care Bowl. He earned his master’s of education in kinesiology from UConn in December of 2008.

Player/Coach School Result Connecticut (player) def. Toledo, 39-10 Connecticut (coach) lost to Wake Forest, 24-10 Connecticut (coach) def. Buffalo, 38-20 Connecticut (coach) def. South Carolina, 20-7 Connecticut (coach) lost to Oklahoma, 48-20

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Darrell Perkins Safties

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arrell Perkins, who served as the defensive backs coach at LouisianaMonroe in 2008 and 2009, is in his second season on the University of Connecticut football staff in 2011. In 2010, he helped the UConn defense rank tied for fifth nationally in interceptions and rank 28th in the nation in pass efficiency defense. Perkins helped lead the Louisiana-Monroe defense to the top ranking in the Sun Belt Conference in 2009. Prior to his stint at Monroe, he was the defensive coordinator at Charleston Southern in 2007. He was the linebackers and special teams coach at Northern Colorado in 2006 and was the defensive backs/special teams coordinator at Charleston Southern from 2004-05. In 2004, Charleston Southern was ranked second in the Football Championship Subdivision in pass defense at 131 yards per game. Perkins was the defensive backs coach and special teams coordinator at Ferris State from 2002-03 as the Bulldogs finished first in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in pass defense at 161 yards per game. He was a defensive graduate assistant at Purdue in 2000 and ‘01. Perkins began his football coaching career at Gateway High School in Aurora, Colo., where he was an assistant coach from 1997-99 at his alma mater. He was the head basketball coach at Legacy High School in Fort Collins, Colo., from 1993-96 and led the team to two state playoff appearances. Perkins is a 1990 graduate of Wyoming and earned his degree in business marketing. He was a two-year starter at running back for the Cowboys and a three-year letter winner from 1985-89.

The Perkins Family: Elena and Darrell

At Wyoming, Perkins played in the 1987 and ‘88 Holiday Bowls and with Purdue coached in the 2001 Rose Bowl, following the Boilermakers’ 2000 Big Ten championship, and the 2001 Sun Bowl. He is married to the former Elena Zbitskaya and the couple has newborn son Spencer. Perkins’ son Jordan is a member of the men’s soccer team at Iona.

Personal Information Full Name: Darrell DeWayne Perkins Birthdate: December 7, 1966 Hometown: Aurora, Colo. Marital Status: Married to the former Elena Zbitskaya Children: Jordan, Spencer

Coaching Experience Years 1997-99 2000-01 2002-03 2004-05 2006 2007 2008-09 2010 2011-Pres.

School Gateway HS (Colo.) Purdue Ferris State Charleston Southern Northern Colorado Charleston Southern Louisiana-Monroe Connecticut Connecticut

Bowl Games As Year 1987 1988 2000 2001 2010

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Player/Coach

School/Team Wyoming (player) Wyoming (player) Purdue (coach) Purdue (coach) Connecticut (coach)

Result lost to Iowa, 20-19 lost to Oklahoma St. 62-14 lost to Washington 34-24 lost to WSU 33-27 lost to Oklahoma, 48-20


All-Time As s i s t a n t s

Husky Assistant Coaches (Since 1953) Adolph, Dave . ............................ 1965-68

Jenkins, Scott ................................... 1988

Pletcher, Jim ............................... 1983-84

Ambrose, Rob ......................... 2002-2008

Johanningmeier, Richard ............ 1974-75

Prescott, Spencer . ....................... 1994-98

Amendola, Buddy ............................ 1963

Johnson, Lyndon .................... 1999-2010

Rapone, Nick . ............................ 1995-98

Baylock, Andy . ........................... 1964-78

Kelin, Seymour “Red” ................ 1968-75

Reilly, Dick . ............................... 1977-82

Bertero Jr., Charles ..................... 1973-76

Kelley, Mike ............................... 1995-98

Richardson, Terry ................... 1999-2010

Bevell, Darrell ............................. 1998-99

Kemp, Mike . ................................... 1988

Rivers, Leonard ........................... 1970-72

Briggs, Kent ..................................... 2001

Koegel, Warren ........................... 1992-97

Roberts, Donnie ..................... 1999-2000

Brown, Don........................2011-current

Kopp, Thomas ............................ 1966-70

Robichaud, Steve ........................ 1990-93

Burns, Russ ................................. 1980-88

Krot, John .................................. 1984-91

Robinson, Desmond ................... 1983-86

Casciola, Robert . ........................ 1969-70

Kusleika, John . ................................ 1994

Rodis, Nick . ............................... 1954-61

Cersosimo, Matt ............. 2006-current

Lakatos, Scott ............................. 2004-09

Royer, H. Lee .................................. 1964

Chapman, John .......................... 1955-63

Landini, Larry ............................. 1977-79

Rutigliano, Sam .......................... 1964-65

Collis, Jim . ................................. 1985-91

Landis, George . .......................... 1992-93

Sekanovich, Daniel ..................... 1964-66

Covault, Sam .............................. 1983-84

Laughlin, Phil ............................ 1990, 92

Sheehan, Joe .................................... 1997

Davis, Jemal . .............................. 1997-98

Leonard, Frank ........................... 1990-93

Simmons, Michael ........................... 1979

Davis, Richard ................................. 1994

Loika, Bill ....................... 1953-63, 82-83

Snow, Cliff ................................. 1996-98

DeGuglielmo, Dave .................... 1997-98

Loney, Steve . ................................... 1994

Spagnuolo, Steve . ....................... 1987-91

DeLeone, George................2011-current

Marino, Vinny ............................ 2002-05

Swann, Paul ................................ 1973-76

Doherty, Kevin ....................... 1999-2000

Masella, Tom . ................................. 1998

Thompkins, Jamie ........................... 1984

Draganac, Dick . ......................... 1980-81

McCarthy, Mike .............................. 1983

Thompson, Donald .................... 1977-81

Dunne, Rusty ............................. 1989-91

McManus, Jerry .......................... 1985-86

Toop, Mike ............................ 1999-2000

Fela, Scott ........................................ 1989

McMichael, Dave ....................... 2001-09

Usher, Brian ............................... 1982-89

Fitch, Todd ................................ 1994-98

McNulty, John ........................... 1995-97

Walton, Ted ............................... 1987-93

Foley, Mike ...................... 2006-current

Moorhead, Joe . ................ 2009-current

Ward, Stan ...................................... 1953

Franks, Jerry .................................... 2001

Moynihan, Dennis . .................... 1994-96

Warner, Dave ......................... 1999-2000

Giannelli, Joe .............................. 1966-80

Muha, Mike . .............................. 1983-84

Weiss, Robert ............................. 1969-72

Giguere, Ray .................................... 1987

Mullen, Jeffrey ............................ 1978-79

White, Clayton...................2011-current

Gonzaga, Adam ............................... 1998

Nicolau, Dr. Anthero . ................ 1971-72

White, Paul . ............................... 1953-54

Gray, Torrian . ............................ 2002-03

O’Connor, Michael .................... 1978-79

Wholley, Jonathan ........... 2010-current

Hall, J.D ..................................... 2000-01

Orlando, Todd ....................... 1999-2010

Wigton, George .......................... 1957-62

Hargreaves, Vernon ........ 1985-87, 89-97

Osur, Nate . ................................ 1962-66

Williams, Greg . .......................... 1992-94

Harris, Robert . ................................ 1976

Palmer, Christopher J ...................... 1974

Wilson, Norries ...................... 1999-2005

Holtz, Lou .................................. 1964-65

Panciera, Larry ............................ 1953-70

Zimmerman, David ......................... 1973

Hudson, Greg ............................. 1994-96

Park, Thom ..................................... 1977

Hughes, Hank ................ 2001-current

Paterno, Jay ..................................... 1993

Jackson, Tom . ............................ 1978-82

Perkins, Darrell ................ 2010-current

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Support Sta f f Tim Pendergast Director of Football Administration Tim Pendergast is in his fourth season as UConn’s Director of Football Administration. In that role, Pendergast helps direct all of UConn’s day-to-day operations including team travel, preseason camp, player housing, budgetary matters and other logistical concerns. Pendergast worked as a college football coach for 25 years, most notably serving as head coach at Cornell (2001-03) and Hamilton College (2000). Pendergast also worked on the staffs of Ithaca (1980, 2006), Cornell (198189), Northwestern (1990-92), Maine (1992), James Madison (1993-96) and Memphis (1997-99). Before joining the UConn staff, he worked for the SportsLink Management Group as the National Director of its Coaches Division. Pendergast received his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Cortland in 1980 and a master’s in physical education from Ithaca in 1986. A native of Syracuse, N.Y., Pendergast and his wife, Leslie, have three children, Greg (19), Taylor (16) and Lia (9).

Over the years, Baylock has been honored by several organizations, including his January 1996 induction into the American Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame, one of the seven Hall of Fames in which he has been enshrined. Baylock has been selected as the 2011 recipient of the ABCA/Wilson Lefty Gomez Award, the highest honor given out by the organization and will receive that award at the group’s annual convention. Baylock has been active on the international baseball scene as a distinguished pitching clinician, including serving as pitching coach for the 1985 and 1989 U.S. Senior National Teams. A veteran summertime coach in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League, Baylock has also sat on the faculty of the department of kinesiology at UConn. In the spring of 2008, he received awards for his outstanding contribution from both the Connecticut High School Coaches Association and the National Football Foundation’s Southeastern Connecticut Chapter. Baylock also served as the head football coach at East Catholic High School in Manchester from 1962-64 when he became a full-time member of the UConn staff. He played three seasons of professional football, last with the Springfield (Mass.) entry in the Atlantic Coast Professional Football League. A native of New Britain, Conn. where he played on New Britain High School’s 1955 state championship team, Baylock is a 1960 graduate of Central Connecticut where he was a four-year letterwinner in both football and baseball and captained both teams. There he received the Gladstone Award, CCSU’s highest award presented to a scholar-athlete. Baylock earned a master’s degree from the University of Michigan in 1962 where he served as a graduate assistant baseball coach. Baylock and his wife, Barbara, reside in Mansfield Center, Conn., and have three children, Jennifer, Jeffrey and Andrea, all of whom attended UConn. The couple also has one grandson, Kyle.

Andrew Breiner Offensive Graduate Assistant Andrew Breiner, a 2006 graduate of Lock Haven (Pa.) University, is in his third year as the offensive graduate assistant at UConn. During the 2007 and ’08 seasons, Breiner was an assistant coach at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa. He worked with the quarterbacks in 2008 and the wide receivers in 2007. He began his coaching career in 2006 at Lock Haven, when he sustained a career-ending injury midway through the year and began working

The Pendergast Family: Leslie, Taylor, Lia, Greg and Tim.

Andy Baylock Director of UConn Football Alumni and Community Affairs A member of the Division of Athletics staff since 1964, Andy Baylock is in his ninth year as the football program’s Director of Football Alumni and Community Affairs. Baylock is involved with a number of activities, including the cultivation of relationships with Husky football alumni (players, coaches and support staff) and other various members of the football community. Baylock serves as the team’s liaison both to professional scouts and the Connecticut high school coaches, while also assisting the team’s departing seniors with career networking, representing UConn at various speaking engagements, and involving current student-athletes with community service projects. Baylock retired as UConn’s head baseball coach in May 2003 after a 24-year run in which he posted a 556-492-8 record, guiding the Huskies to BIG EAST Championships in 1990 and 1994, along with a trio of NCAA tournament berths. Including his tenure as an assistant baseball coach, Baylock compiled an 822-614-11 record over 39 years and, at the time of his retirement, he had personally coached 1,447 of the 2,327 games (62.2 percent) in UConn’s baseball history. His association with UConn began in 1963 as the freshman baseball coach, a part-time position, and Baylock joined the Husky staff on a full-time basis a year later as an assistant football and baseball coach — positions which he held for 15 seasons. Baylock was a part of Husky football teams that won or shared four Yankee Conference titles. He also had a long tenure as UConn’s freshman football coach. Baylock was an assistant baseball coach from 1964-79, helping UConn to the College World Series in 1965, 1972 and 1979, before assuming the head coaching reigns in 1980.

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with the wide receivers. He was a four-year letter winner for Lock Haven as a wide receiver and also played special teams. He won a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award from the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the NFF for his accomplishments athletically, academically and in the community. A Dean’s List student, he graduated from Lock Haven with a degree in health and physical education. Breiner is married to the former Kelly Parks and resides in Smithfield, R.I.

Shane Fogarty Defensive Graduate Assistant Former University of Connecticut quarterback Shane Fogarty enters his second season as the defensive graduate assistant football coach. Fogarty, a native of Morgantown, W.Va., was a member of the Husky program from 2002-05 and earned a letter in his senior season. He graduated from UConn in May 2006 with a degree in history. Fogarty spent the 2009 football season as an assistant coach at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. He worked with the wide receivers and also recruited and was responsible for opponent film breakdown. He was an assistant coach at Trinity College in Hartford from 2006-08 working with the running backs and special teams for the Bantams. Fogarty also served as a head coach and offensive coordinator in the spring of 2008 for the Carinthian Black Lions in the Austrian Football League. While at UConn, he earned the Joseph M. Giannelli Unsung Hero Award in 2005 and the Counseling Program for Intercollegiate Athletes Award for Academic Excellence in the football program. In 2001, he led Morgantown High School to a championship in the state’s biggest division. He had a 25-2 record as a starting quarterback in high school and was a two-time All-State pick. Shane and his wife Samantha reside in Vernon, Conn.


Suppo r t S t a f f Dave Wilczewski Recruiting Assistant Dave Wilczewski is in his fourth year as UConn’s recruiting assistant. Wilczewski manages the program’s extensive recruiting database and organizes on-campus visits. Wilczewski returned to Storrs after spending the spring of 2008 at Marshall where he worked as a recruiting assistant for the Thundering Herd. Wilczewski was a familiar face behind the scenes of the Husky program from the spring of 2004 through the end of the 2007 season, helping the program’s game and recruiting operations, while also working as a student equipment manager. Wilczewski helped staff the Randy Edsall Football Camp and augmented his UConn-based experiences by working as an operations intern for the New England Patriots during their 2006 training camp and also as a coach at the 2006 and 2007 Notre Dame summer football camps. Wilczewski earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from UConn in 2007 and a second bachelor’s degree in coaching administration from UConn in 2008. The Seymour, Conn. native has taken classes towards a master’s degree at both UConn and Marshall. Wilczewski is single and resides in Glastonbury, Conn.

Michael Cerullo Program Aide Michael Cerullo, who has extensive experience in both the National Football League and the college level, is in his first year as a Program Aide with the University of Connecticut football program. Cerullo was most recently an offensive consultant for the University of Miami for the 2010 season and also had a number of recruiting responsibilities. Miami earned a Sun Bowl berth following the ’10 season. Cerullo spent four seasons with the New Orleans Saints – from 2007-08 as an Offensive Assistant working with the offensive line and special teams and from 2009-10 as the Assistant to the Defensive Coordinator. The Saints won Super Bowl XLIV for the 2009 season during his tenure there. His duties with the Saints included providing quality control on both offense and defense, assisting with linebackers and special teams and all scout teams. He also performed film breakdown and creating scouting reports. Cerullo was a Pro Personnel and Special Teams Intern with the Atlanta Falcons in the 2006 and ‘07 seasons. He was a Defensive Graduate Assistant at Syracuse from 2003-05 and worked alongside current Husky head coach Paul Pasqualoni for the first two seasons. The 2004 Orange were BIG EAST Conference champions and played in the Champs Sports Bowl. From 2000-02, Cerullo worked at Northeastern an assistant coach working with the tight ends and linebackers. With the Huskies, he served with current UConn defensive coordinator Don Brown, who was the head coach for NU at the time. A native of Middleton, Mass., he was an assistant coach at Curry College in Milton, Mass. in 1999 and was the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Masconomet Regional High School in Topsfield, Mass., from 1991-98. Cerullo is a 1999 graduate of Central Connecticut with a Bachelor’s degree in science, industrial technology and project management. He was a running back for the Blue Devils football team. Cerullo was a member of the United States Marine Corps Reserve from 1993-97 and received his honorable discharge in 1997. He is engaged to Elizabeth Nickle and has two daughters – Isabella and Emma.

Jerry Martin Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Jerry Martin is in his 22nd year at the University of Connecticut. He coordinates workout activities for all of UConn’s 24 varsity teams, including the immediate direction of the strength and conditioning program for the Husky football team. He is a certified Level I coach from the United States Weightlifting Federation and is also certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Martin was a finalist for the NSCA National Strength Coach of the Year in both 1994 and 2001. He has also served as the head strength coach for the USA national field hockey team that won the bronze

medal at the 1994 World Cup. Martin is a 1978 graduate of Syracuse with a degree in psychology, who later earned a second degree from Syracuse in social work in 1980. He earned his master’s in exercise testing and training from UConn in 1986 and has since done doctoral course work in exercise physiology. He was a four-year member of the Orangemen football team where he played alongside Randy Edsall. Prior to coming back to Connecticut in 1990, Martin spent three years as the strength coach at Yale University. A native of East Eden, N.Y., Martin and his wife, Diane, currently reside in Willington, Conn., and has two daughters, Kristina (23) and Rachele (21).

Todd Devers Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Todd Devers, who was a member of the Dallas Cowboys strength and conditioning staff from 20072011, is in his first year as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Connecticut with primary responsibilities of working with the football team. With the Cowboys, Devers implemented in-season and off-season conditioning programs, designed programs for rookie players and worked with the rehabilitation process He served as the strength and conditioning coach for the Dallas Desperados of the Arena Football League from 2005-09 and worked at private training and rehabilitation centers from 1999-2007. Devers was the assistant strength and conditioning coach of the Colorado Xplosion of the American Basketball League in 1997-98. He is a 1997 Northern Colorado graduate with a major in kinesiology and a minor in biological sciences.

Dr. Jeff Anderson Director of Sports Medicine Dr. Jeff Anderson is in his 18th year as Director of Sports Medicine at Connecticut, overseeing an operation that administers to the daily needs of nearly 650 intercollegiate athletes representing 24 male and female athletic teams. Anderson is certified by the American Board of Family Practice and is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. He presently serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the UConn Health Center where he teaches UConn medical students and residents. He also serves as the Medical Director for the Human Performance Laboratory in the Neag School of Education’s Department of Kinesiology. Anderson earned his medical degree in June 1990 from the University of Michigan medical school after earning his undergraduate degree in chemistry from North Park College in Chicago in May of 1986. A native of Grand Rapids, Mich., Anderson and his wife, Christine, reside in Tolland, Conn., with their two sons, Erik (18), who is a freshman at UConn this fall, and Luke (13).

Bob Howard Head Athletic Trainer Bob Howard is entering his 23rd year at UConn and currently oversees the entire athletic training staff at Connecticut for all sports. The 2011 season will mark his 22nd working directly with the Husky football team. Howard is a 1988 graduate of Connecticut with a degree in sport medicine and athletic training. He later earned his master’s degree in exercise physiology from UConn in 1991. Howard still spends time in the classroom, teaching students in the UConn athletic training program. He is a past president of the Connecticut Athletic Trainers Association and is the former public relations chairman for the National Athletic Trainers Association’s District I. In 2004, Howard received the Outstanding Kinesiology Award from UConn’s Neag School of Education and, in 2006, he received the Athletic Trainer of the Year Award from the Connecticut chapter of NATA. He also was given a NATA Service Award during the organization’s 2006 convention in Atlanta. Howard served as a student trainer at UConn from 1986-88 and as

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Support Sta f f a graduate assistant trainer from 1988 to 1989. He also worked two pre-season training camps for the NFL’s New York Jets. Howard spent much of his youth in Urbandale, Iowa, before moving to Tolland, Conn. He and his wife, Stephanie, reside in Tolland, Conn., with their two daughters, Emily (15) and Nicole (13).

Luke Ross Assistant Athletic Trainer Luke Ross is entering his third year as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at UConn and works with the UConn football team. Ross is a 2006 graduate of Boston University with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training. He also has a master’s of arts in exercise and sports sciences from North Carolina-Chapel Hill, which he earned in 2008. Ross was a intern with the NFL’s Carolina Panthers in 2008-09 and performed numerous duties with that team including daily treatment, preventative care and rehabilitation. While at North Carolina, Ross worked with both the football and rowing teams. He served as a teaching assistant at both North Carolina and Boston University. Ross currently resides in Manchester, Conn.

Chris Stasaitis Assistant Equipment Manager Chris Stasaitis is in his ninth season working on a full-time basis with the UConn football equipment staff and his 15th overall in UConn athletics. Stasaitis coordinates and oversees all phases of the football team’s equipment operations. Stasaitis began working in the UConn equipment room as a sophomore and spent the majority of his four undergraduate years assisting with football matters. He continued to work in the equipment room as a graduate assistant for two years while working towards his master’s degree before being promoted to a full-time position during the summer of 2003 and later assuming his current role in 2005. Stasaitis also gained professional experience as an undergraduate by spending summers working in a variety of capacities for the Northern League’s Waterbury Spirit in 1999 and the Atlantic League’s Bridgeport Bluefish in 2001. He is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association. Stasaitis earned a bachelor’s degree in sports marketing from UConn in 2001 and in 2003 completed his master’s degree in sports management from UConn. A native of Waterbury, Conn., and a graduate of Sacred Heart High School, Stasaitis resides in Storrs, Conn.

David Kaplan Director of Video Services David Kaplan is entering his 17th year at UConn where he oversees all aspects of the day-to-day video operations for the UConn Division of Athletics, while also overseeing the production of feature stories used on UConnHuskies.com. He produces the audio and video board on game days at Rentschler Field and at UConn’s home basketball games. Kaplan joined the UConn staff in 1995 after serving as the assistant video director for three years at the United States Military Academy. Kaplan also served as video director for the New York/New Jersey Knights of the World League of American Football, the Connecticut Coyotes and Cincinnati Rockers of the Arena Football League and at Wagner College in Staten Island, N.Y. He also spent time as a video assistant with the NFL’s New York Giants. Kaplan attended the University of Northern Colorado and earned a degree from the Institute of Audio and Visual Research in New York City. He is a founding member of the Collegiate Sports Video Directors’ Association. Kaplan is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. and currently resides in Tolland, Conn. He has a son, Bobby (18) and a daughter, Kelsey (16).

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Jason Sanders Assistant Director of Video Services Jason Sanders, who served as the Assistant Video Coordinator at Oklahoma since 1997, is in his first year as the Assistant Director of Video Services at UConn with a primary emphasis on working with the football team. At Oklahoma, Sanders managed all in-house postproduction duties, including highlight videos and position group recruiting videos. He also assisted with the day-to-day operations of the entire video department. Sanders served as the Head Video Coordinator at Jacksonville State from 2003-05. He was a graduate teaching assistant in news writing and reporting at Mississippi State in its Department of Communications from 2005-06. Sanders earned his Bachelor’s degree in communications from Jacksonville State in 2004 and his Master’s in sports administration from Mississippi State in 2007.

Joanne Fazio Program Assistant to the Head Football Coach Joanne Fazio enters her eighth season as a member of the Connecticut football staff and serves as the Administrative Assistant to Head Coach Paul Pasqualoni. In her role, Fazio coordinates much of Pasqualoni’s schedule and day-to-day administrative requirements in addition to being heavily involved in coordinating parent activities on Senior Day. She also assists Andy Baylock in his alumni relations efforts. Fazio is a native of Pittsburgh who later lived in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., for 20 years. She presently resides in Glastonbury, Conn., with her husband Peter and they have two sons – Michael and Paul.

Rebecca Dunstan Football Administrative Assistant – Operations Rebecca Dunstan is in her seventh season with the UConn football program and this year takes on a role with operations. She coordinates travel with the coaching staff and assists the Director of Football Administration with team travel logistics and budgetary matters. Dunstan also assists with team operations on game days at Rentschler Field and in the day-to-day functions of the

football office. Prior to joining the football program, Dunstan worked in the UConn Admissions Office from 2001-05. In her role she supported various admission programs, aided in the planning of office events and prepared student-athlete correspondence. Dunstan graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University in 2000 with a degree in psychology with a focus in children and youth. A native of Connecticut, she resides in Storrs, Connecticut with her husband, Shane.


Lawrence Wilson led the Huskies in tackles in 2010 and finished his career second in school history in tackles.

2010 Team Statistics . .......................... 2010 Individual Statistics . ................... 2010 Game Summaries . ......................... Michigan . ........................................... Texas Southern ................................. Temple ............................................... Buffalo . ............................................. Vanderbilt . ........................................ Rutgers . ............................................ Louisville ........................................... West Virginia . ................................... Pittsburgh ......................................... Syracuse . .......................................... Cincinnati . ......................................... USF . ................................................... Oklahoma (Tostitos Fiesta Bowl) ......

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2010 Team S t a t i s t i c s 2010 Connecticut Team Statistics RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE DATE September 4, 2010 September 11, 2010 September 18, 2010 September 25, 2010 October 2, 2010 October 8, 2010 October 23, 2010 October 29, 2010 November 11, 2010 November 20, 2010 November 27, 2010 December 4, 2010 January 1, 2011

OVERALL 8-5 5-2 3-3 OPPONENT at Michigan Texas Southern at Temple Buffalo Vanderbilt at Rutgers at Louisville West Virginia Pittsburgh at Syracuse Cincinnati at South Florida vs. Oklahoma

HOME 6-0 3-0 3-0 W/L L W L W W L L W-OT W W W W L

AWAY 2-4 2-2 0-2

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1足足足

SCORE 30-10 62-3 30-16 45-21 40-21 27-24 26-0 16-13 30-28 23-6 38-17 19-16 48-20

ATTEND 113,090 37,359 18,702 36,738 40,000 48,431 48,591 40,000 35,391 41,465 40,000 41,809 67,232

TEAM STATISTICS UCONN OPP SCORING................................................... 343............................ 286 Points Per Game............................................. 26.4............................ 22.0 FIRST DOWNS.......................................... 210............................ 244 Rushing........................................................... 106............................. 106 Passing............................................................ 95............................... 125 Penalty............................................................ 9................................. 13 RUSHING YARDAGE................................ 2271.......................... 1862 Yards gained rushing....................................... 2469........................... 2201 Yards lost rushing............................................ 198............................. 339 Rushing Attempts........................................... 501............................. 478 Average Per Rush............................................ 4.5.............................. 3.9 Average Per Game........................................... 174.7.......................... 143.2 TDs Rushing.................................................. 20............................... 13 PASSING YARDAGE.................................. 1964.......................... 2906 Comp-Att-Int................................................. 188-357-9................... 261-445-20 Average Per Pass.............................................. 5.5.............................. 6.5 Average Per Catch........................................... 10.4............................ 11.1 Average Per Game........................................... 151.1.......................... 223.5 TDs Passing.................................................... 10............................... 16 TOTAL OFFENSE...................................... 4235.......................... 4768 Total Plays...................................................... 858............................. 923 Average Per Play.............................................. 4.9.............................. 5.2 Average Per Game........................................... 325.8.......................... 366.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards.......................... 55-1487..................... 59-1329 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards......................... 28-229....................... 33-362 INT RETURNS: #-Yards............................. 20-486....................... 9-142 KICK RETURN AVERAGE........................ 27.0........................... 22.5 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE....................... 8.2............................. 11.0 INT RETURN AVERAGE........................... 24.3........................... 15.8 FUMBLES-LOST........................................ 23-10......................... 24-11 PENALTIES-Yards...................................... 63-522....................... 76-582 Average Per Game........................................... 40.2............................ 44.8 PUNTS-Yards.............................................. 79-3260..................... 74-2974 Average Per Punt............................................. 41.3............................ 40.2 Net punt average............................................. 34.4............................ 34.1 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game.................. 28:53......................... 31:07 3RD-DOWN Conversions.......................... 60/191....................... 82/204 3rd-Down Pct................................................. 31%............................ 40% 4TH-DOWN Conversions.......................... 11/19......................... 3/16 4th-Down Pct................................................. 58%............................ 19% SACKS BY-Yards......................................... 27-188....................... 15-88 MISC YARDS.............................................. 3................................ 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED....................... 38.............................. 33 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS....................... 25-31......................... 19-21 ON-SIDE KICKS........................................ 0-0............................. 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES................................. (43-49) 88%.............. (34-41) 83% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS................... (24-49) 49%.............. (19-41) 46% PAT-ATTEMPTS........................................ (38-38) 100%............ (31-32) 97% ATTENDANCE........................................... 229488...................... 312088 Games/Avg Per Game..................................... 6/38248...................... 6/52015 Neutral Site Games............................................................................. 1/67232 SCORE BY QUARTERS Connecticut Opponents

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1st 79 68

2nd 108 78

3rd 84 64

4th 69 76

OT 3 0

Total 343 286


2010 Team S t a t i s t i c s 2010 Connecticut Individual Statistics RUSHING Todman, Jordan Frey, Robbie Shoemate, D.J. Box, Michae Wylie, Kelmetrus Kinnard, Leon Frazer, Zach Hyppolite, Martin Moore, Kashif Endres, Cody Sherman, Anthony TEAM Total........ Opponents........

GP 12 11 13 5 3 9 11 13 13 3 12 7 13 13

PASSING Frazer, Zach Endres, Cody Box, Michael TEAM Kinnard, Leon Total........ Opponents........

GP 11 3 5 7 9 13 13

RECEIVING Smith, Michael Moore, Kashif Griffin, Ryan Todman, Jordan Moore, Isiah Difton, Dwayne Sherman, Anthony Frey, Robbie Delahunt, John Shoemate, D.J. Manning, Corey Sheppard, Gerrard Kinnard, Leon Total........ Opponents........

GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 13 46 615 13.4 2 56 47.3 13 36 452 12.6 4 40 34.8 13 31 245 7.9 1 18 18.8 12 19 94 4.9 0 22 7.8 13 15 147 9.8 1 15 11.3 8 14 150 10.7 0 27 18.8 12 11 127 11.5 1 41 10.6 11 6 38 6.3 0 18 3.5 13 5 75 15.0 0 46 5.8 13 2 12 6.0 0 12 0.9 10 1 4 4.0 1 4 0.4 9 1 3 3.0 0 3 0.3 9 1 2 2.0 0 2 0.2 13 188 1964 10.4 10 56 151.1 13 261 2906 11.1 16 60 223.5

PUNTING Wagner, Cole

No. 79

FIELD GOALS Teggart, Dave

Att 334 75 28 7 4 4 29 3 5 2 4 6 501 478

Gain 1758 414 117 35 19 18 88 5 11 1 3 0 2469 2201

Effic 99.6 129.42 55.65 0.00 125.20 103.07 116.38

Att-Cmp-Int 136-261-6 45-75-2 6-17-1 0-3-0 1-1-0 188-357-9 261-445-20

Yds Avg 3260 41.3

FGM-FGA Pct 25-31 80.6

Loss Net 63 1695 25 389 2 115 14 21 1 18 0 18 74 14 0 5 6 5 0 1 2 1 11 -11 198 2271 339 1862

Avg TD Long Avg/G 5.1 14 66 141.2 5.2 4 63 35.4 4.1 1 28 8.8 3.0 0 13 4.2 4.5 1 11 6.0 4.5 0 9 2.0 0.5 0 14 1.3 1.7 0 3 0.4 1.0 0 8 0.4 0.5 0 0 0.3 0.2 0 2 0.1 -1.8 0 0 -1.6 4.5 20 66 174.7 3.9 13 57 143.2

Pct Yds TD 52.1 1425 5 60.0 471 5 35.3 65 0 0.0 0 0 100.0 3 0 52.7 1964 10 58.7 2906 16

Lng 47 56 27 0 3 56 60

PUNT RETURNS Mack, Taylor Williams, Nick Wilburn, Gary Kinnard, Leon Total........ Opponents........

Avg/G 129.5 157.0 16.2 0.0 0.3 151.1 223.5

No. 15 8 3 2 28 33

Yds 126 93 13 -3 229 362

Avg TD Long 8.4 0 33 11.6 0 39 4.3 0 14 -1.5 0 0 8.2 0 39 11.0 1 74

INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Junior, Jerome 4 76 Wreh-Wilson, Blidi 4 153 Lang, Mike 2 23 Reyes, Kendall 2 81 Gratz, Dwayne 2 83 Lloyd, Greg 1 2 Moore, Sio 1 13 Wilson, Lawrence 1 55 Johnson, Jory 1 0 Lutrus, Scott 1 0 Mack, Taylor 1 0 Total........ 20 486 Opponents........ 9 142

Avg TD Long 19.0 1 27 38.2 2 53 11.5 0 23 40.5 0 79 41.5 1 46 2.0 0 2 13.0 0 13 55.0 1 55 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 24.3 5 79 15.8 2 55

KICK RETURNS No. Yds Williams, Nick 17 600 Frey, Robbie 13 408 Moore, Kashif 8 169 Lang, Mike 8 156 Delahunt, John 3 31 Sherman, Anthony 3 44 Todman, Jordan 2 55 Kinnard, Leon 1 24 Total........ 55 1487 Opponents........ 59 1329

Avg TD Long 35.3 2 100 31.4 1 95 21.1 0 28 19.5 0 33 10.3 0 16 14.7 0 26 27.5 0 29 24.0 0 24 27.0 3 100 22.5 0 75

FUMBLE RETURNS Wreh-Wilson, Blidi Total........ Opponents........

Avg TD Long 24.0 0 24 24.0 0 24 16.0 1 24

No. Yds 1 24 1 24 2 32

Long TB FC I20 Blkd 66 9 11 26 0

01-19 1-1

20-29 8-9

30-39 11-12

40-49 50-99 3-7 2-2

FG SEQUENCE

CONNECTICUT

OPPONENTS

Michigan TEXAS SOUTHERN Temple BUFFALO VANDERBILT Rutgers Louisville WEST VIRGINIA PITTSBURGH Syracuse CINCINNATI USF vs. Oklahoma

40, (32) (32), (36) (36), 48, (26), (47), 38 (37), 42 (25) (17) 29 (39), (26), (27) (46), (39), (25) 49, (35), (35), (21) (24) (40),(22),(50),(52) (37), (38)

43, (24) (37) (32) (28), (34) (39), (42), (26), (24) (36), (42) (42),(35) (32),44 (42),(38),(22) (41), (24)

Lg 52

Blk 2

Numbers in parenthesis indicates FG good

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2010 Individ u a l S t a t i s t i c s 2010 Connecticut Individual Statistics |——— PATs ———| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts Teggart, Dave 0 25-31 36-36 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 111 Todman, Jordan 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 84 Frey, Robbie 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Moore, Kashif 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 Williams, Nick 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Smith, Michael 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Wreh-Wilson, Blidi 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Sherman, Anthony 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Junior, Jerome 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Shoemate, D.J. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Gratz, Dwayne 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Manning, Corey 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Moore, Isiah 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Wilson, Lawrence 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Griffin, Ryan 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Wylie, Kelmetrus 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Christen, Chad 0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Total.......... 38 25-31 38-38 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 343 Opponents...... 33 19-21 31-32 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 286 ALL PURPOSE Todman, Jordan Frey, Robbie Williams, Nick Moore, Kashif Smith, Michael Griffin, Ryan Lang, Mike Sherman, Anthony Wreh-Wilson, Blidi Difton, Dwayne Moore, Isiah Shoemate, D.J. Mack, Taylor Delahunt, John Gratz, Dwayne Reyes, Kendall Junior, Jerome Wilson, Lawrence Kinnard, Leon Box, Michael Wylie, Kelmetrus Frazer, Zach Wilburn, Gary Moore, Sio Hyppolite, Martin Manning, Corey Sheppard, Gerrard Lloyd, Greg Endres, Cody TEAM Total.......... Opponents...... KICKOFFS Christen, Chad

TOTAL OFFENSE Todman, Jordan Frazer, Zach Endres, Cody Frey, Robbie Shoemate, D.J. Box, Michael Kinnard, Leon Wylie, Kelmetrus Moore, Kashif Hyppolite, Martin Sherman, Anthony TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

GP/GS 12 11 11 13 13 13 12 12 13 8 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 9 5 3 11 11 13 13 10 9 7 3 7 13 13 No. 72

Rush 1695 389 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 115 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 21 18 14 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 -11 2271 1862

Rec 94 38 0 452 615 245 0 127 0 150 147 12 0 75 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 1964 2906

Yds Avg 4666 9

PR 0 0 93 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 126 0 0 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 229 362

KOR 55 408 600 169 0 0 156 44 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1487 1329

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 153 0 0 0 0 0 83 81 76 55 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 2 0 0 486 142

TB 3

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 12 334 1695 0 1695 141.2 11 290 14 1425 1439 130.8 3 77 1 471 472 157.3 11 75 389 0 389 35.4 13 28 115 0 115 8.8 5 24 21 65 86 17.2 9 5 18 3 21 2.3 3 4 18 0 18 6.0 13 5 5 0 5 0.4 13 3 5 0 5 0.4 12 4 1 0 1 0.1 7 9 -11 0 -11 -1.6 13 858 2271 1964 4235 325.8 13 923 1862 2906 4768 366.8

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Tot 1844 835 693 626 615 245 179 172 153 150 147 127 126 106 83 81 76 55 41 21 18 14 13 13 5 4 3 2 1 -11 6437 6601

Avg/G 153.7 75.9 63.0 48.2 47.3 18.8 14.9 14.3 11.8 18.8 11.3 9.8 10.5 8.2 6.4 6.2 5.8 4.2 4.6 4.2 6.0 1.3 1.2 1.0 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 -1.6 495.2 507.8

CAREER STARTS HISTORY OFFENSIVE LINE Jimmy Bennett, OT Kevin Friend, OT Zach Hurd, OG Adam Masters, OT Mathieu Olivier, OT Moe Petrus, OG Mike Ryan, OT

OFFENSE ‘07 - - - - - - -

‘08 - - 13 - - 13 -

‘09 - - 13 - 8 13 9

‘10 Total 1 1 2 2 13 39 11 11 11 19 13 39 12 21

WIDE RECEIVERS Kashif Moore, WR Isiah Moore, WR Michael Smith, WR Dwayne Difton, WR

‘07 - - - -

‘08 6 - - -

‘09 4 4 3 1

‘10 Total 10 20 4 8 13 16 3 4

TIGHT ENDS John Delahunt, TE Ryan Griffin, TE

‘07 - -

‘08 - -

‘09 5 10

‘10 Total 5 10 8 18

QUARTERBACKS Michael Box, QB Zach Frazer, QB

‘07 - -

‘08 - 2

‘09 - 7

‘10 Total 1 1 10 19

RUNNING BACKS Robbie Frey, TB Martin Hyppolite, RB Anthony Sherman, FB D.J. Shoemate, RB Jordan Todman, TB TOTALS

‘07 - - 2 - - 2

‘08 ‘09 - - - 1 9 10 - - - 7 45 101

‘10 Total 1 1 - 1 8 29 1 1 12 19 139 279

DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE LINE Jesse Joseph, DE Twyon Martin, DT Alex Polito, DT Kendall Reyes, DT Shamar Stephen, DT Trevardo Williams, DT

‘07 - - - - - -

‘08 - 8 4 5 - -

’09 13 12 - 12 - 1

‘10 Total 12 25 12 32 - 4 13 30 8 8 7 8

LINEBACKERS Kijuan Dabney, LB Jory Johnson, LB Greg Lloyd, LB Scott Lutrus, LB Sio Moore, LB Lawrence Wilson, LB

‘07 - - - 13 - 13

‘08 - - 10 13 - 11

‘09 1 3 10 7 - 13

‘10 Total 4 5 1 4 4 24 10 43 9 9 13 50

DEFENSIVE BACKS Harris Agbor, S Dwayne Gratz Jerome Junior, S Mike Lang, S Gary Wilburn, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB TOTALS

‘07 - - - - - - 26

‘08 - - - - - - 51

‘09 - 4 12 - - 9 97

‘10 Total 9 9 13 17 10 22 3 3 2 2 13 22 143 317

SPECIAL TEAMS

KICKERS Dave Teggart, PK Cole Wagner, P TOTALS

‘07 - - -

‘08 6 - 6

‘09 13 - 13

‘10 Total 13 32 13 13 26 45


2010 Individual S t a t i s t i c s 2010 CONNECTICUT DEFENSIVE STATISTICS DEFENSIVE LEADERS Wilson, Lawrence Moore, Sio Gratz, Dwayne Lutrus, Scott Junior, Jerome Wreh-Wilson, Blidi Agbor, Harris Lang, Mike Reyes, Kendall Joseph, Jesse Martin, Twyon Williams, Trevardo Stephen, Shamar Lloyd, Greg Dabney, Kijuan Wilburn, Gary Sherman, Anthony Mack, Taylor Polito, Alex Frey, Robbie Johnson, Jory Jennings, Ted Williams, Jerome Portee, A.J. Chard, Derek Griffin, Ryan Yurek, John Wirth, Ryan Hyppolite, Martin Christen, Chad Stlouis, Gilbert Shoemate, D.J. Manning, Corey Wylie, Kelmetrus Kinnard, Leon Masters, Adam Jean-Louis, Jonathan Willman, Tim Manning­­­, Bret TM TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

|––Tackles––| GP/GS Solo Ast Total 13 71 52 13 72 38 13 54 9 10 40 19 13 43 16 13 48 9 11 31 11 12 24 17 13 26 13 12 25 14 12 11 19 13 25 4 12 13 14 7 19 6 10 12 7 11 11 5 12 11 3 12 9 5 11 7 5 11 8 1 9 5 2 12 4 3 11 4 3 9 3 3 12 4 1 13 2 2 6 3 1 7 3 1 13 3 - 13 1 1 6 1 1 13 1 1 10 1 - 3 - 1 9 1 - 11 1 - 9 - 1 1 - 1 11 - 1 7 1 - 13 599 290 13 554 300

123 110 63 59 59 57 42 41 39 39 30 29 27 25 19 16 14 14 12 9 7 7 7 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 889 854

|-Sacks-| |–Pass Def–| |-Fumbles-| Blkd TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH 10.0-44 11.5-32 2.0-3 3.5-18 3.0-8 1.0-1 4.0-18 10.0-31 12.0-67 5.0-26 9.5-37 4.0-17 3.0-6 0.5-0 2.0-6 2.0-3 0.5-1 2.5-11 - - - - 1.0-10 - - - - - - - - - - - 87-339 68-207

3.5-22 1.5-10 0.5-3 2.5-13 8.5-61 3.0-24 4.5-29 2.0-12 - - 1.0-7 - - - - 1.0-10 - - - - - - - - - - - 27-188 15-88

1-55 1-13 2-83 1-0 4-76 4-153 2-23 2-81 - - - 1-2 - 1-0 - 1-0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 20-486 9-142

3 1 9 - 1 5 2 1 4 - - 1 - - 1 1 - 2 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 32 47

1 - - 1 - - - - 2 1 - 3 - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9 11

Rcv-Yds FF 2-0 2-0 - - 1-0 1-24 . 1-0 - - 1-0 - - 1-0 - - - 1-0 1-0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11-24 10-32

3 2 1 1 - - 3 1 1 1 - 2 - - - - 1 - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 18 14

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2010 Game S u m m a r i e s GAME # 1 • SEPTEMBER 4, 2010

10

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

30

CONNECTICUT

MICHIGAN

MICHIGAN STADIUM • ANN ARBOR, MICH. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 91 JOSEPH DT 99 REYES DT 4 MARTIN DE 48 T. WILLIAMS LB 32 LUTRUS LB 95 LLOYD LB 8 WILSON CB 24 GRATZ CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 19 DABNEY S 25 AGBOR

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 82 K. MOORE WR 83 I. MOORE LT 63 MASTERS LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 71 RYAN WR 80 SMITH QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (47) – 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 15 Junior, 21 Wilburn, 22 Wylie, 24 Shoemate, 28 Johnson, 31 N. Williams, 34 Kenney, 38 Teggart, 39 B. Manning, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 46 S. Moore, 53 Wirth, 59 Stephen, 69 Greene, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 89 Delahunt, 93 Chard, 94 Griffin, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UC 16 7 9 0 30 146 8 138 205 38 18 0 68 343 5.0 1-1 2-10 3-98 32.7 0-0 4-47 0-0 0-0 3 23:08 4-15 3-6

MICH 28 19 9 0 61 316 29 287 186 22 19 0 83 473 5.7 3-0 1-13 1-51 51.0 1-7 3-41 0-0 1-8 0 36:52 14-19 1-2

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UConn (0-1, 0-0) Michigan (1-0, 0-0) FIRST QUARTER

0 14

10 7

0 3

0 6

- -

10 30

MICH – V. Smith 12 run (B. Gibbons kick) 7:33 (14 plays, 96 yards, 5:57) MICH – Robinson 32 run (Gibbons kick) 1:27 (7 plays, 77 yards, 2:35) SECOND QUARTER MICH – Shaw 3 run (Gibbons kick) 9:12 (8 plays, 38 yards, 3:15) UC – Teggart 32 field goal 4:21 (12 plays, 48 yards, 4:51) UC – Todman 2 run (Teggart kick) 0:17 (10 plays, 77 yards, 1:51) THIRD QUARTER MICH – Gibbons 24 field goal 6:55 (19 plays, 74 yards, 8:05) FOURTH QUARTER MICH – V. Smith 11 pass from D. Robinson (Gibbons kick) 13:07 (11 plays, 89 yards, 4:22)

Attendance – 113,090 ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Sophomore quarterback Denard Robinson rushed for 199 yards and passed for 187 more as Michigan defeated Connecticut in the season-opening game for both teams. The game was the rededication game of Michigan Stadium and played before a crowd of 113,909 - the largest crowd to ever see a professional or college football game in the modern era. Robinson set a Michigan school record for most rushing yards by a quarterback. Robinson also was an effective passer as he was 19 of 22 in the air. The Huskies were led in rushing by junior tailback Jordan Todman (North Dartmouth, Mass.) with 20 carries for 105 yards while starting quarterback Zach Frazer (Mechanicsburg, Pa.) was 18 of 37 in the air for 205 yards. The Wolverines outgained the Huskies in total offense by a 474-332 count. Michigan led 21-10 at the half and scored a field goal on its first possession of the second half in a drive that consumed 8:09. Brendan Gibbons connected on a 24-yard FG for the score. The Huskies were deep in UM territory late in the third quarter when junior tailback D.J. Shoemate (Corona, Calif.) was hit and fumbled the ball on a fourth down play after he gained enough yards for the first down. Michigan sealed the win with an 11-yard TD pass from Robinson to Vincent Smith with 13:07 to go that made it 30-10 after the Wolverines missed the extra point. Michigan scored a touchdown on its first possession of the game as it went on a 14 play-96 yard drive. Smith scored on a 12-yard run for the score as Denard Robinson had 69 yards of rushing. The following drive Connecticut moved the ball to the Michigan 23, but the Wolverines blocked a 40-yard field goal attempt. Michigan scored after the blocked field goal on a seven-play, 77- yard drive as Robinson was impressive again. He had 52 yards of rushing on that drive - including a 32-yard run for the TD and a 14-0 Michigan lead. He also completed two passes for 21 yards. Michigan made it 21-0 early in the second quarter as it went on an eight play-38 yard drive as it gained great field possession on a poor Connecticut punt. Michael Shaw ran for three yards for the TD. The Huskies came back and scored the final 10 points of the half to make it 21-10 Wolverines at halftime. Connecticut got its first points of the season on a 32-yard field goal by junior David Teggart that completed a 12 play-48 yard scoring drive. UConn then forced Michigan to punt for the first time of the game and the Huskies proceeded to score a touchdown on a 10 play-77 yard drive. Junior Mike Smith had two receptions on the drive for 68 yards – including a nifty 47-yarder where he maintained possession several times as the ball bobbled in his hands. Todman scored the TD on a two-yard run on a fourth down play.

Rushing Att Gain Lost Net TD LG Todman 20 109 4 105 1 20 Frey 4 12 0 12 0 6 Shoemate 3 10 0 10 0 4 Frazer 2 13 4 9 0 13 Kinnard 1 2 0 2 0 2 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TD LG Frazer 37 18 0 205 0 47 Team 1 0 0 0 0 0 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Smith 3 87 0 47 K. Moore 3 31 0 21 Sherman 3 28 0 15 Todman 3 23 0 17 I. Moore 3 19 0 8 Delahunt 2 17 0 9 Frey 1 0 0 0 Punting No. Yds AVG LG In20 Wagner 3 98 32.7 66 1 Returns PR KOR INTR Sherman - 1-6 Todman - 1-26 Delahunt - 2-15 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 1st 4:02 40 yds Blocked Teggart 2nd 4:21 32 yds Good Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. CF RF Wilson 6-6-12 Lloyd 10-1-11 2-4 Gratz 9-1-10 1-1 Agbor 5-3-8 3-15 2

MICHIGAN INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lost Net TD D. Robinson 29 206 9 197 1 V. Smith 14 51 0 51 1 Shaw 15 59 11 48 1 Team 1 0 2 -2 0 Grady 1 0 3 -3 0 Gardner 1 0 4 -4 0 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TD D. Robinson 22 19 0 186 1 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Stonum 5 34 0 12 Koger 3 30 0 16 Grady 3 23 0 16 V. Smith 3 18 1 11 Odoms 2 23 0 15 T. Robinson 1 43 0 43 Shaw 1 16 0 16 Roundtree 1 -1 0 0 Punting No. Yds AVG LG In20 Hagerup 1 51 51.0 51 0 Returns PR KOR INTR Gallon 1-7 - Odoms - 1-18 T. Robinson - 1-4 Donum - 1-19 Field Goal Attempts Gibbons 2nd 13:43 43 yds Missed Gibbons 3rd 6:55 24 yds Good Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. CF Ezeh 6-3-9 Mouton 6-2-8 0.5-2 Kovacs 4-2-6 0.5-1 Floyd 3-3-6 1

LG 32 13 15 0 0 0 LG 43

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2 0 1 0 G a m e S u mmaries GAME # 2 • SEPTEMBER 11, 2010

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CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

3 TEXAS SOUTHERN

RENTSCHLER FIELD • EAST HARTFORD, CONN. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 91 JOSEPH DT 99 REYES DT 4 MARTIN DE 48 T. WILLIAMS LB 28 JOHNSON LB 95 LLOYD LB 8 WILSON CB 24 GRATZ CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 19 DABNEY S 25 AGBOR

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH TE 89 DELAHUNT LT 63 MASTERS LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 71 RYAN TE 94 GRIFFIN QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN

Tex. South. (0-2, 0-1) UConn (1-1, 0-0)

0 24

0 21

0 10

3 7

- -

3 62

FIRST QUARTER UC – Teggart 32 field goal 13:05 (6 plays, 39 yards, 1:55) UC – Smith 10 pass from Frazer (Teggart kick) 7:08 (6 plays, 78 yards, 3:04) UC – Todman 1 run (Teggart kick) 4:47 (2 plays, 47 yards, 0:38) UC – K. Moore 16 pass from Frazer (Teggart kick) 0:18 (5 plays, 48 yards, 2:19) SECOND QUARTER UC – Todman 1 run (Teggart kick) 8:03 (9 plays, 29 yards, 4:56) UC – Todman 9 run (Teggart kick) 2:45 (2 plays, 32 yards, 0:32) UC – Frey 2 run (Teggart kick) 0:24 (5 plays, 13 yards, 2:14) THIRD QUARTER UC – Frey 63 run (Teggart kick) 11:31 (1 play, 63 yards, 0:10) UC – Teggart 36 field goal 5:00 (4 plays, 4 yards, 0:48) FOURTH QUARTER TSU – Hersh 37 field goal 9:44 (13 plays, 43 yards, 6:28) UC – Wylie 11 run (Christen kick) 5:56 (6 plays, 58 yards, 3:48)

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (63) – 1 Difton, 2 Stlouis, 4 Box, 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 15 Junior, 18 McEntee, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 22 Wylie, 24 Shoemate, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney, 38 Teggart, 39 Hinkley, 39 Manning, 40 Yurek, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 46 Moore, 50 Bullock, 51 Willman, 53 Wirth, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, Attendance – 37,359 59 Stephen, 69 Greene, 70 Bardzak, 72 Bennett, 77 Friend, 81 EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – Junior tailback Jordan Todman rushed for Manning, 82 Moore, 83 Moore, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 90 Kaiser, 151 yards and three touchdowns as the University of Connecticut won their 93 Chard, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

TSU 8 1 6 1 32 68 50 18 151 29 16 3 61 169 2.8 1-1 11-77 8-256 32.0 1-7 6-114 0-0 0-0 0 31:36 3-15 0-1

UC 17 12 5 0 42 322 15 307 137 15 9 0 57 444 7.8 2-1 4-30 4-165 41.2 5-56 2-40 3-2 0-0 0 28:24 4-11 1-1

2010 home opener, 62-3 over Texas Southern before a crowd of 37,359 at Rentschler Field. The Huskies leveled their record on the season at 1-1, while the Tigers drop to 0-2. The victory was the 67th win in head coach Randy Edsall’s career at UConn making him the school all-time winningest coach. Edsall, in his 12th year at UConn, passed the mark of J.O. Christian, who had 66 from 1934-49. Todman did all of his damage in the game’s first 27 minutes as the Huskies thoroughly dominated the contest. He narrowly missed topping his career-best rushing total of 162 yards and his 21 career rushing touchdowns tie him for 10th all-time at Connecticut with Jeff Gallaher. Also topping the 100-yard rushing mark in the contest was redshirt junior tailback Robbie Frey, who registered a career-best 101-yards, including a 63-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. Frey finished with two touchdowns among his 12 carries, as the Huskies had teammates top the 100-yard rushing mark for the first time since the Notre Dame last season. The Huskies out-gained the Tigers on the ground, 307-18. Connecticut’s offense was not one-dimensional as redshirt senior quarterback Zach Frazer had a solid outing as well. He completed six of nine passes, for 104 yards and two touchdowns. The scoring passes went to junior wide receiver Michael Smith, who snagged his first career touchdown midway through the first quarter, and to redshirt junior Kashif Moore, who scored on a 24-yard pass late in the first period. The Huskies led 24-0 at the end of the first 15 minutes and took a 45-0 lead into the locker room at intermission. The Connecticut defense was so dominant that the Tigers did not register a first down until the 6:54 mark of the second quarter. Texas Southern was only able to generate eight first downs on the contest, and was out-gained 444-169 in the contest. Redshirt senior linebacker Lawrence Wilson led the Huskies with seven tackles, while redshirt sophomore linebacker Sio Moore had a huge game, registering six tackles, a sack and a total of two tackles for loss. The Husky defense also forced four turnovers with interceptions by senior linebacker Greg Lloyd, freshman cornerback Taylor Mack and redshirt sophomore linebacker Jory Johnson. Junior defensive back Kijuan Dabney recovered a fumble. Edsall was able to substitute freely and the scoring was capped by an 11-yard touchdown run by redshirt junior tailback Meme Wylie, the first score of his career.

Rushing Att Gain Todman 15 151 Frey 12 105 Shoemate 9 46 Wylie 4 19 Kinnard 1 1 Box 1 0 Passing Att Comp Frazer 9 6 Box 5 2 Kinnard 1 1 Receiving No. Yds K. Moore 2 39 Smith 2 14 Delahunt 1 46 Difton 1 27 Griffin 1 5 Todman 1 3 Sheppard 1 3 Punting No. Yds Wagner 4 165 Returns PR KOR Wilburn 3-13 - N. Williams 2-43 - Delahunt - 1-16 Lang - 1-24 Johnson - - Mack - - Lloyd - - Field Goal Attempts Teggart 1st 13:05 Teggart 3rd 5:00 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Wilson 2-5-7

Lost 0 4 1 1 0 9 INT 0 0 0 TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 41.2 INTR 1-0 1-0 1-0

Net TD LG 151 3 53 101 2 63 45 0 28 18 1 11 1 0 1 -9 0 0 Yds TD LG 104 2 46 30 0 27 3 0 3 LG 23 10 46 27 5 3 3 LG In20 47 2

32 yds Good 36 yds Good S Int. CF RF

TEXAS SOUTHERN INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Wright 8 24 Lacy 9 16 Gilbert 3 5 Gregory 3 2 Nelson 9 21 Passing Att Comp Nelson 27 15 Small 2 1 Receiving No. Yds Anderson 8 85 Fitzhugh 2 33 Davis 2 15 Osborne 2 11 Gilbert 1 4 Samuel 1 3 Punting No. Yds Ejiofor 8 256 Returns PR KOR Washington 1-7 - Osborne - 4-72 Lacy - 2-42 Field Goal Attempts Hersh 4th 9:44 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Jackson 2-8-10 0.5-1 Fulghum 5-2-7 Clemons 3-4-7 1.0-1 Gaines 2-2-4 1.0-1

Lost 2 0 2 1 45 INT 2 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 32.0 INTR -

Net TD LG 22 0 9 16 0 5 3 0 4 1 0 2 -24 0 9 Yds TD LG 136 0 21 15 0 15 LG 21 18 9 6 4 3 LG In20 38 0

37 yds Good S Int. CF RF

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2010 Game S u m m a r i e s GAME #3 • SEPTEMBER 18, 2010

16

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

30

CONNECTICUT

TEMPLE

LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD • PHILADELPHIA, PA UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 28 JOHNSON LB 95 LLOYD LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 25 AGBOR S 19 DABNEY CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 63 MASTERS LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 71 RYAN TE 94 GRIFFIN QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (46) – 1 Difton, 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 15 Junior, 21 Wilburn, 22 Wylie, 24 Shoemate, 29 Mack, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 43 McCombs, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 46 Moore, 48 Williams, 54 Polito, 72 Bennett, 81 Manning, 83 Moore, 86 Wagner, 89 Delahunt, 93 Chard

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UC 16 9 7 0 42 256 16 240 150 33 16 0 75 390 5.2 3-1 8-44 8-320 40.0 3-(-5) 6-98 0-0 0-0 0 30:34 7-18 0-0

TEM 13 7 6 0 36 218 24 194 162 22 12 0 58 356 6.1 1-1 7-50 8-333 41.6 4-42 5-111 0-0 1-24 0 29:26 3-13 0-1

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UConn (1-2, 0-0) Temple (3-0, 0-0)

3 0

3 7

10 7

0 16

- -

16 30

FIRST QUARTER UC – Teggart 36 field goal 7:02 (12 plays, 71 yards, 4:38) SECOND QUARTER TEM – Pierce 27 pass from Stewart (McManus kick) 12:24 (3 plays, 69 yards, 1:47) UC – Teggart 26 field goal 0:02 (10 plays, 80 yards, 1:21) THIRD QUARTER UC – Todman 59 run (Teggart kick) 14:06 (2 plays, 62 yards, 0:54) TEM – Pierce 1 run (McManus kick) 5:21 (9 plays, 60 yards, 4:38) UC – Teggart 47 field goal 0:51 (10 plays, 39 yards, 4:23) FOURTH QUARTER TEM – Robinson 24 fumble recovery (Stewart pass failed) 8:28 TEM – Pierce 2 run (McManus kick) 5:54 (2 plays, 4 yards, 0:48) TEM – McManus 32 field goal 0:26 (7 plays, 64 yards, 3:04)

Attendance – 18,702 PHILADELPHIA - Junior tailback Jordan Todman rushed for a careerhigh 195 yards and one touchdown and junior kicker David Teggart hit on three field goals as the University of Connecticut football team had a 30-16 loss against Temple. The game was played before a crowd of 18,702 at Lincoln Financial Field. Todman’s previous career high was 162 yards against Cincinnati last year. Teggart’s third quarter field goal of 47 yards tied his career high. The Huskies led 16-14 midway through the fourth quarter, but Temple’s Adrian Robinson had a 43-yard fumble return off a five-yard Todman rush to make it 20-16 Owls with 8:28 to play. Temple was able to score again late in the fourth quarter, taking a 27-16 lead with 5:54 left to play. Temple’s Delano Green had a 47-yard punt return and Bernard Pierce scored on a two-yard rush. Brandon McManus converted a 32-yard field goal with 26 seconds remaining in the game to give the Owl’s the 30-16 lead and eventual final score. UConn trailed 7-6 at halftime but Todman opened the third quarter scoring with a career-high 63-yard TD run to give the Huskies at 13-7 lead a minute into the second half. The Owls took a 14-13 lead with 5:14 left in the third quarter on a oneyard rush by Pierce. That capped a nine play-60 yard drive as Pierce rushed nine times on the possession. The Huskies regained the lead on the next possession as Teggart connected on the career-long 47-yarder. That drive included a 16-yard pass from junior quarterback Zach Frazer to junior Mike Smith. The Huskies outgained Temple on total offense in the first half by a 245135 count but UConn was also called for five penalties for 38 yards. UConn scored first on its opening drive as junior kicker Teggart connected on a 36-yard field goal for the 3-0 lead. The 12 play-71 yard drive started on the Husky 10 and UConn moved the ball to a first and 10 on the Temple 22. The drive stalled from there as UConn picked up only three more yards to set up Teggart’s score. Temple scored the only touchdown of the first half as it covered 69 yards on three plays as quarterback Chester Stewart scored on a 27-yard TD run. Stewart also had a 33-yard pass to Joe Jones to open the drive. Connecticut rounded out the first half scoring on a 26-yard field goal by Teggart to make it 7-6 Owls at the half. The drive was 80 yards on 10 plays as Frazer had two completions for 33 yards and Todman had 39 yards on three carries in the drive.

Rushing Att Gain Todman 26 195 Frey 10 47 K. Moore 1 2 Frazer 5 12 Passing Att Comp Frazer 31 16 Receiving No. Yds Smith 7 79 K. Moore 3 31 Shoemate 2 12 Todman 2 -4 Griffin 1 18 I. Moore 1 14 Punting No. Yds Wagner 8 320 Returns PR KOR Mack 3-(-5) - Todman - 1-29 Frey - 5-69 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 1st 7:02 Teggart 2nd 14:11 Teggart 2nd 0:02 Teggart 3rd 0:51 Teggart 4th 3:30 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Lloyd 7-0-7 Wilson 6-0-6 1-9 Dabney 5-0-5

Lost 3 3 0 10 INT 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 40.0 INTR -

Net TD LG 192 1 59 44 0 28 2 0 2 2 0 8 Yds TD LG 150 0 20 LG 17 20 12 1 18 14 LG In20 46 2

36 yds. 48 yds. 26 yds. 47 yds. 38 yds. S Int.

Good Missed Good Good Missed CF RF

TEMPLE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Pierce 26 172 Stewart 6 37 Brown 2 8 Green 2 1 Passing Att Comp Stewart 21 11 Wathne 1 1 Receiving No. Yds Jones 4 73 Rodriguez 2 27 Pierce 1 27 Streater 1 13 Brown 1 7 Campbell 1 6 Brown 1 6 Wilkerson 1 3 Punting No. Yds Wathne 6 242 McManus 2 91 Returns PR KOR Green 4-42 - Brown - 2-45 Nixon - 3-66 Field Goal Attempts McManus 4th 0:26 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Joseph 8-1-9 1-3 Jarrett 6-1-7 0.5-0 Gildea 6-0-6

Lost 3 17 0 4 INT 0 0 TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 40.3 45.5 INTR -

Net TD LG 169 2 38 20 0 21 8 0 4 -3 0 1 Yds TD LG 159 1 33 3 0 3 LG 33 14 27 13 7 6 6 3 LG In20 49 4 51 0

32 yds. Good S Int. CF RF


2 0 1 0 G a m e S u mmaries GAME #4 • SEPTEMBER 25, 2010

45

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

21

CONNECTICUT

BUFFALO

RENTSCHLER FIELD • EAST HARTFORD, CONN. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 1 DIFTON LT 63 MASTERS LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 71 RYAN TE 94 GRIFFIN QB 10 FRAZER TB 24 SHOEMATE TE 89 DELAHUNT

DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 46 S. MOORE CB 21 WILBURN LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 19 DABNEY CB 24 GRATZ

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (52) – 4 Box, 7 Lang, 12 Endres, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 20 Brandon, 22 Wylie, 28 Johnson, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 48 Williams, 49 Sherman, 53 Wirth, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 72 Bennett, 81 Manning, 82 Moore, 83 Moore, 86 Wagner, 93 Chard, 95 Lloyd, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UB 18 8 9 1 44 157 16 141 227 46 18 4 90 368 4.1 0-0 4-30 9-346 38.4 1-18 5-112 1-10 0-0 0 34:33 10-24 0-2

UC 17 7 10 0 35 184 18 166 233 25 14 1 60 399 6.7 3-2 8-66 4-149 37.2 4-73 4-132 4-101 0-0 0 25:27 2-10 0-1

Buffalo (1-3, 0-0) UConn (2-2, 0-0)

0 14

14 0

7 17

0 14

- -

21 45

FIRST QUARTER UC – Junior 27 interception return (Teggart kick) 13:34 UC – Shoemate 4 run (Teggart kick) 5:17 (10 plays, 80 yards, 4:15) SECOND QUARTER UB – Young 60 pass from Davis (Principe kick) 12:49 (5 plays, 87 yards, 1:10) UB – Young 1 pass from Davis (Principe kick) 0:36 (6 plays, 20 yards, 3:10) THIRD QUARTER UC – Teggart 37 field goal 12:16 (7 plays, 37 yards, 2:44) UC – Smith 56 pass from Endres (Teggart kick) 10:24 (1 play, 56 yards, 0:09) UB – Young 7 pass from Davis (Principe kick) 7:48 (3 plays, 10 yards, 0:45) UC – Frey 9 run (Teggart kick) 3:58 (8 plays, 60 yards, 3:50) FOURTH QUARTER UC – Griffin 6 pass from Endres (Teggart kick) 14:56 (4 plays, 49 yards, 1:26) UC – Wreh – Wilson 46 interception return (Christen kick) 4:01 Attendance – 36,738

EAST HARTFORD, CONN. – Offensive reserves redshirt junior quarterback Cody Endres and redshirt junior running back Robbie Frey came off the bench to provide sparks and the Connecticut defense returned two interceptions for touchdowns as the Huskies defeated Buffalo, 45-21, Saturday afternoon before a crowd of 36,738 at Rentschler Field. Endres, who had missed the first three games of the season due to a suspension, entered the contest at the end of the first half and connected with junior wide receiver Michael Smith on a 27-yard reception on his first pass which set up a 37-yard field goal by redshirt junior kicker Dave Teggart that broke a 14-14 halftime tie. The Huskies would never look back. Endres finished with seven completions in 11 attempts for 139 yards and two touchdowns. His first score was on the Huskies’ next possession when he hit Smith for a 56-yard scoring strike. He also connected with redshirt sophomore tight end Ryan Griffin on a six-yard score on the first play of the fourth quarter. Frey, who saw increased playing time due to the injury suffered by starter Jordan Todman ran for a career-high 112 yards on 13 carries and one touchdown. Junior tailback D.J. Shoemate earned his first start at Connecticut and responded with 60 yards on 16 carries and his first Husky touchdown late in the first quarter. The Connecticut defense had several standouts on a squad that allowed just 134 yards of total offense after intermission. Redshirt sophomore linebacker Sio Moore made his first career start and had a career-best 16 tackles and his first interception. Redshirt sophomore safety Jerome Junior returned a Jerry Davis pass 27 yards for the first score of the game just 1:26 into the contest. He added a second interception later in the game. The scoring was capped when redshirt sophomore cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson took a Davis pass back 46 yards with 4:01 to play. Smith finished with a career-high 130 yards receiving, while redshirt senior linebacker Lawrence Wilson had 14 tackles. Davis did throw for 227 yards and three touchdowns (all to Ed Young) but he threw three of the Bulls four interceptions. He connected with Young twice in the second quarter, the second of which knotted the score at 14 just 36 seconds before the half.

Rushing Att Gain Lost Net TD LG Frey 13 113 1 112 1 27 Shoemate 16 61 1 60 1 11 Kinnard 1 9 0 9 0 9 Endres 1 1 0 1 0 1 Frazer 2 0 12 -12 0 0 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TD LG Frazer 14 7 1 94 0 35 Endres 11 7 0 139 2 56 Receiving No. Yds TD LG K. Moore 5 70 0 35 Smith 4 130 1 56 Difton 3 25 0 12 Griffin 1 6 1 6 Kinnard 1 2 0 2 Punting No. Yds AVG LG In20 Wagner 4 149 37.2 53 2 Returns PR KOR INTR Mack 4-73 - Wreh-Wilson - - 1-46 Lang - 2-52 Junior - - 2-42 S. Moore - - 1-13 Frey - 2-80 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 3rd 12:16 37 yds Good Teggart 4th 7:02 42 yds Blocked Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. CF RF S. Moore 5-11-16 1 Wilson 4-10-14 0.5 Joseph 4-3-7 2 1

BUFFALO INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lost Net TD Davis 12 63 6 57 0 Thermilus 8 33 4 29 0 Oliver 20 35 6 29 0 Dennison 4 26 0 26 0 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TD Davis 42 18 3 227 3 Dennison 4 0 1 0 0 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Rivers 6 55 0 20 Young 3 68 3 60 Jackson 3 34 0 16 Lee 2 42 0 30 Neutz 2 16 0 11 Reeder 2 12 0 8 Punting No. Yds AVG LG In20 Fardon 8 309 38.6 50 1 Schum 1 37 37.0 37 0 Returns PR KOR INTR Jackson 1-18 4-89 Shannon - - 1-10 Young - 1-23 Field Goal Attempts None. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. CF Cook 8-2-10 1 Winters 4-5-9 Shannon 6-1-7 1

109 UConnHuskies.com

LG 13 14 8 13 LG 60 0

RF 1 1


2010 Game S u m m a r i e s GAME #5 • OCTOBER 2, 2010

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

40

21

CONNECTICUT

VANDERBILT

RENTSCHLER FIELD • EAST HARTFORD, CONN. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 46 S. MOORE LB 32 LUTRUS LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 7 LANG CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 72 BENNETT LG 60 KURACZEA C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 71 RYAN TE 94 GRIFFIN QB 12 ENDRES TB 23 TODMAN WR 1 DIFTON

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (53) – 2 Stlouis, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 19 Dabney, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 24 Shoemate, 25 Agbor, 28 Johnson, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 48 Williams, 49 Sherman, 53 Wirth, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 66 Olivier, 70 Bardzak, 77 Friend, 81 Manning, 83 Moore, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 89 Delahunt, 93 Chard, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

VU 10 5 5 0 31 210 41 169 157 25 15 2 56 326 5.8 2-1 6-52 7-274 39.1 3-13 5-186 1-0 0-0 0 23:40 3-12 0-2

UC 19 8 9 2 45 203 7 196 179 30 21 1 75 375 5.0 1-1 3-15 8-292 36.5 2-13 4-121 2-67 1-24 0 36:20 6-19 0-1

110 UConnHuskies.com

Vanderbilt (1-3, 1-1) UConn (3-2, 0-0)

0 7

21 14

0 10

0 9

- -

21 40

FIRST QUARTER UC – Todman 1 run (Teggart kick) 13:30 (3 plays, 12 yards, 1:13) SECOND QUARTER UC – Todman 11 run (Teggart kick) 11:07 (5 plays, 56 yards, 2:23) VU – Brandon Barden 8 pass from Larry Smith (Ryan Fowler kick) 9:04 (5 plays, 24 yards, 2:03) VU – Udom Umoh 48 pass from Smith (Fowler kick) 5:26 (4 plays, 57 yards, 1:50) VU – Jon Krause 44 run (Fowler kick) 5:26 (4 plays, 57 yards, 1:50) UC – K. Moore 6 pass from Endres (Teggart kick) 1:04 (9 plays, 73 yards, 4:22) THIRD QUARTER UC – Corey Manning 4 pass from Endres (Teggart kick) 12:43 (6 plays, 41 yards, 2:17) UC – Teggart 25 field goal 5:49 (10 plays, 46 yards, 4:54) FOURTH QUARTER UC – Wreh – Wilson 44 interception return (Teggart kick) 8:33 UC – Team Safety (Ball snapped through back of the end zone) Attendance – 40,000

EAST HARTFORD, CONN. – Junior tailback Jordan Todman rushed for 190 yards and two touchdowns and Connecticut scored the game’s last 26 points as the Huskies rallied past Vanderbilt, 40-21, before a sellout crowd of 40,000 at Rentschler Field. Redshirt junior quarterback Cody Endres completed 21-of-30 passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns in his first start of the season. Todman, who narrowly missed his career mark in rushing (192 this season against Temple), scored his two touchdowns in the first half to give the Huskies a 14-0 lead four minutes into the second quarter. The first touchdown was a quick conversion after a Vanderbilt turnover on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Jonathan Krause caught a pass from Larry Smith and the ball was jarred loose by sophomore defensive back Mike Lang and recovered by redshirt sophomore cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson and returned 24 yards to the Vanderbilt 12. Three plays later Todman scored from the one. After a series of punts by both teams, Connecticut added to its lead on an 11-yard scoring ramble by Todman early in the second quarter. The Huskies seemed to have the contest well in hand, but the Commodores responded with three touchdowns in a span of 3:38 during the second quarter. Smith threw touchdown passes to Brandon Barden and Udom Umoh and Krause scored on a 44-yard scamper on an end-around to put the Commodores ahead 21-14, with 5:26 to play before halftime. The Huskies responded with a nine-play, 73-yard drive that was capped by a six-yard touchdown pass to redshirt junior wide receiver Kashif Moore with 1:04 to play in the first half. Connecticut continued that momentum by taking the second half kickoff (after a 54-yard kickoff return by Nick Williams and marching 41 yards in six plays with the score coming on a four-yard pass to redshirt sophomore tight end Corey Manning, his first career catch at Connecticut. The Huskies sandwiched a 25-yard field goal by Dave Teggart and a safety when Vanderbilt snapped the ball through the end zone around a 44-yard interception return by Wreh-Wilson. It was the third interception return for a score by the Huskies in the past two weeks. Endres’ favorite target in the contest was sophomore wide receiver Dwayne Difton who caught a career-best six passes for 58 yards. Junior wideout Michael Smith caught four balls for 63 yards. Redshirt senior linebacker Lawrence Wilson led the Huskies with nine tackles, while sophomore defensive end Jesse Joseph had six tackles, three for loss including two sacks.

Rushing Att Gain Lost Net TD Todman 37 195 5 190 2 Hyppolite 3 5 0 5 0 Sherman 4 3 2 1 0 Endres 1 0 0 0 0 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TD Endres 30 21 1 179 2 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Difton 6 58 0 14 Smith 4 63 0 26 Griffin 4 14 0 6 Delahunt 2 12 0 7 K. Moore 2 11 1 6 Todman 1 12 0 12 Sherman 1 5 0 5 C. Manning 1 4 1 4 Punting No. Yds AVG LG In20 Wagner 8 292 36.5 54 3 Returns PR KOR INTR Mack 2-13 - N. Williams - 1-54 Lang - 3-67 1-23 Wreh-Wilson - - 1-44 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 3rd 5:49 25 yds. Good Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. CF Wilson 4-5-9 1-4 S. Moore 4-4-8 Joseph 3-3-6 3-17 2-13 Wreh-Wilson 4-1-5 1

LG 35 3 2 0 LG 26

RF

1

VANDERBILT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain L. Smith 13 103 Krause 1 44 Norman 6 27 Reeves 3 19 Stacy 6 17 Tate 1 0 Passing Att Comp Smith 25 15 Receiving No. Yds Barden 5 35 Umoh 3 45 Krause 2 27 Stacy 2 7 Cole 1 32 Norman 1 6 Wimberly 1 5 Punting No. Yds Kent 7 274 Returns PR KOR Cole 2-16 - Stacy 1-(-3) - Norman - 4-162 Hayward - - Samuels - 1-24 Field Goal Attempts None. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Marve 7-4-11 1.5-2 Richardson 5-5-10 Jelesky 3-4-7 1-0-1

Lost 39 0 0 0 0 1 INT 2 TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 39.1 INTR 1-0 -

Net TD LG 64 0 57 44 1 44 27 0 11 19 0 11 17 0 4 -1 0 0 Yds TD LG 157 2 48 LG 8 48 15 7 32 6 5 LG In20 57 2

S

Int. CF RF


2 0 1 0 G a m e S u mmaries GAME #6 • OCTOBER 8, 2010

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

24

27

CONNECTICUT

RUTGERS

RUTGERS STADIUM • PISCATAWAY, N.J. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DT 4 MARTIN DE 48 T. WILLIAMS LB 46 S. MOORE LB 32 LUTRUS LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 7 LANG CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 71 RYAN LG 60 KURACZEA C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 77 FRIEND QB 12 ENDRES TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN WR 1 DIFTON

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (46) – 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 19 Dabney, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 24 Shoemate, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 45 Hyppolite, 53 Wirth, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 81 Manning, 83 Moore, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 89 Delahunt, 93 Chard, 94 Griffin, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UC 11 2 8 1 26 136 5 131 153 34 17 1 60 284 4.7 1-0 7-28 11-444 40.4 4-44 3-141 0-0 0-0 0 24:47 3-14 0-0

RU 19 5 13 1 38 128 40 88 365 32 19 0 70 453 6.5 1-0 11-57 8-374 46.8 4-16 4-135 1-0 0-0 0 35:13 3-15 0-2

UConn (3-3, 0-1) Rutgers (3-2, 1-0)

7 14

17 3

0 0

0 10

- -

24 27

FIRST QUARTER RU – Jeremy Deering 46 pass from Chas Dodd (San San Te kick) 8:49 (3 plays, 42 yards, 1:34) UC – Nick Williams 100 kick return (Dave Teggart kick) 8:33 RU – Mohamed Sanu 2 run (Te kick) 6:05 (7 plays, 60 yards, 3:26) SECOND QUARTER RU – Te 28 field goal 9:43 (7 plays, 60 yards, 3:26) UC – Todman 66 run (Teggart kick) 6:36 (1 play, 66 yards, 0:10) UC – K. Moore 22 pass from Endres (Teggart kick) 4:13 (3 plays, 28 yards, 1:01) UC – Teggart 17 field goal 0:00 (10 plays, 53 yards, 2:53) THIRD QUARTER No scoring. FOURTH QUARTER RU – Harrison 52 pass from Dodd (Te kick) 3:53 (1 play, 52 yards, 0:09) RU – Te 34 field goal 0:13 (5 plays, 45 yards, 1:18) Attendance – 48,431

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – University of Connecticut junior running back Jordan Todman rushed for 123 yards while junior quarterback Cody Endres passed for 153 as the Huskies fell at Rutgers by a 27-24 score before a crowd of 48,431 at Rutgers Stadium. Endres was 17 of 34 in the air for one touchdown while redshirt junior wide receiver Kashif Moore led UConn with five receptions for 64 yards and a TD. Rutgers was paced by quarterback Chas Dodd, who was 18 of 29 in the air for 322 yards. After a scoreless third quarter, Dodd found Mark Harrison with a 52 yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 24-24 with just under four minutes left in the fourth quarter. Rutgers was able to take a 27-24 lead with 13 seconds remaining, when Dodd found Jeremy Deering with a 45 yard gain to set up a 34 yard field goal for San San Te, which he would convert for the 27-24 Scarlet Knight victory. The first half saw the beginning statistically dominated by Rutgers in the first quarter while Connecticut dominated the second quarter. Rutgers outgained the Huskies 109-29 in total offense in the opening period while UConn then came back and outgained Rutgers 169-21. The Scarlet Knights did open the second quarter scoring with a 28-yard field goal by Te, which closed out a seven play-60 yard drive. The Huskies then scored the final 17 points of the second half to take a 24-17 halftime lead. Junior tailback Jordan Todman scored on a 66-yard rush on the first play from scrimmage with 6:36 left to play. The rush was the longest of Todman’s career and the longest by a Husky this year. After a three and out by Rutgers, freshman Taylor Mack had a 33-yard punt return to put the ball at the Scarlet Knight 28. Two plays later, Endres hooked up with Moore for a 22-yard TD to give UConn its first lead of the game at 21-17. Junior kicker Dave Teggart kicked a 17-yard field as time expired at halftime that completed a 10 play-53 yard drive that also featured six called timeouts. Rutgers opened the scoring on a 46-yard pass play from Chas Dodd to Jeremy Deering on a third-and-14 play. Earlier in that drive, Connecticut declined a holding call that made its third-and-nine from the UConn 41 and another Rutgers offside penalty was accepted to make it third-and-14 to set up the scoring play. Sophomore Nick Williams tied the game immediately with a 100-yard kickoff return. The 100-yard KO return was the fourth in school history with the last one coming against Rutgers last year by junior tailback Robbie Frey at Rentschler Field. Rutgers rounded out the first quarter scoring with a touchdown on the drive right after Williams’ return. Joe Lefeged returned the ball 75-yards on the kickoff to the UConn 14 and three plays later Mohamed Sanu scored on a two-yard rush.

Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Todman 24 128 5 123 K. Moore 2 8 0 8 Passing Att Comp INT Yds Endres 34 17 1 153 Receiving No. Yds TD LG K. Moore 5 64 1 22 Griffin 4 26 0 9 Smith 3 38 0 21 Difton 3 19 0 12 Todman 2 6 0 5 Punting No. Yds AVG LG Wagner 11 444 40.4 63 Returns PR KOR INTR Mack 4-44 - N. Williams - 2-136 Lang - 1-5 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 2nd 0:00 17 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. Wilson 7-7-14 2.5 1.5 S. Moore 8-4-12 3.0 Lang 4-3-7 Gratz 4-2-6

TD 1 0 TD 1

LG 66 8 LG 22

In20 1

Good CF RF

1

RUTGERS INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Thomas 9 32 3 29 Sanu 8 34 7 27 Martinek 8 25 0 25 Young 1 12 0 12 Deering 2 3 0 3 Dodd 9 22 28 -6 Passing Att Comp INT Yds Dodd 29 18 0 322 Sanu 2 1 0 43 Jefferson 1 0 0 0 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Harrison 5 112 1 52 Jefferson 4 57 0 25 Deering 3 102 1 46 Thomas 3 73 0 43 Sanu 2 11 0 9 Young 2 10 0 6 Punting No. Yds AVG LG Dellaganna 8 374 46.8 58 Returns PR KOR INTR Robinson 4-16 - Sanu - - 1-0 Lefeged - 4-135 Field Goal Attempts Te 2nd 9:43 28 yds. Te 4th 0:13 34 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. Abreu 4-6-10 1.0 Lowery 2-8-10 Silvestro 3-5-8 1.5

111 UConnHuskies.com

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 TD 2 0 0

LG 12 21 7 12 3 12 LG 52 43 0

In20 1

Good Good CF RF 1


2010 Game S u m m a r i e s GAME #7 • OCTOBER 23, 2010

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

0

26

CONNECTICUT

LOUISVILLE

PAPA JOHN’S CARDINAL STADIUM • LOUISVILLE, KY UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 46 S. MOORE LB 32 LUTRUS LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 7 LANG CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 71 RYAN LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 63 MASTERS TE 94 GRIFFIN QB 4 BOX TB 23 TODMAN WR 83 I. MOORE

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (43) – 10 Frazer, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 21 Wilburn, 24 Shoemate, 25 Agbor, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 37 JeanLouis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 40 Yurek, 45 Hyppolite, 48 Williams, 53 Wirth, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 89 Delahunt, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UC 11 5 4 2 25 123 15 108 87 20 10 1 45 195 4.3 2-2 4-41 5-214 42.8 1-1 6-126 0-0 0-0 0 22:33 4-11 0-0

LOU 20 11 7 2 38 180 20 160 195 30 18 0 68 355 5.2 0-0 7-70 3-118 39.3 2-105 1-9 1-13 0-0 0 37:27 8-15 0-0

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UConn (3-4, 0-2) Louisville (4-3, 1-1)

0 0

0 13

0 10

0 3

- -

0 26

FIRST QUARTER No scoring. SECOND QUARTER LOU – Cameron Graham 2 pass from Adam Froman (Chris Philpott kick) 14:18 (3 plays, 18 yards, 0:46) LOU – Philpott 39 field goal 6:57 (6 plays, 35 yards, 4:08) LOU – Philpott 42 field goal 0:36 (11 plays, 45 yards, 4:00) THIRD QUARTER LOU – Doug Beaumont 74 punt return (Philpott kick) 13:50 LOU – Philpott 26 field goal 6:14 (11 plays, 45 yards, 5:50) FOURTH QUARTER LOU – Philpott 24 field goal 5:01 (10 yards, 74 plays, 5:01)

Attendance – 48,591 LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville posted a 26-0 victory over the University of Connecticut on Saturday afternoon before a crowd of 48,591 at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. UConn drops to 3-4 with the loss and 0-2 in the BIG EAST while Louisville is 4-3 and 1-1 in the BIG EAST. The game marked the first time UConn had been shutout since a 24-0 loss at Pittsburgh on Nov. 12, 2005. Louisville was led by quarterback Adam Froman who was 18 of 30 in the air for 195 yards and one TD. Bilal Powell was tops in rushing with 27 carries for 105 yards. UConn redshirt freshman quarterback Mike Box made his first career start and was four of 12 in the air for 35 yards. Junior tailback Jordan Todman had 19 carries for 80 yards. Louisville led 13-0 at halftime and then scored 13 unanswered points in the second half, including 10 in the third quarter to put the game away. Doug Beaumont scored on a 74-yard punt return for a TD with 1:10 into the second half for a 20-0 lead while Chris Philpott kicked his third field goal of the game on a 26-yarder with 6:14 left in the quarter to make it 23-0 and converted his fourth field goal of the game with 12:50 left in the fourth quarter for the 26-0 victory. In the first half, a series of Husky mistakes led to several Cardinal scores. With 2:29 left in the first quarter and a scoreless game, UConn missed a 29-yard field goal that wasted a 12 play-68 yard drive. The UConn defense then stopped the Cardinals on the next series, but the Huskies fumbled the punt return to give Louisville the ball back at the UConn 18 with four seconds to go in the first quarter. Louisville broke the scoreless tie as Adam Froman completed a two-yard pass to Cameron Graham for the score and a 7-0 UL lead. On UConn’s next possession, Box threw an interception that gave Louisville the ball at their own 43. The Cardinals hurt themselves with a penalty that made it second and 21 from the UConn 39 and Chris Philpott connected on a 39-yard field goal to make it 10-0. Following a UConn three-and-out, Louisville then marched 45 yards and 11 plays, but the Husky defense did hold but Philpott connected on a 42-yarder for the 13-0 halftime lead.

Rushing Att Gain Todman 19 90 Box 5 27 Kinnard 1 6 Passing Att Comp Box 12 4 Frazer 8 6 Receiving No. Yds Griffin 4 40 K. Moore 4 22 Todman 1 22 Smith 1 3 Punting No. Yds Wagner 5 214 Returns PR KOR Mack 1-1 - K. Moore - 2-46 N. Williams - 3-72 Lang - 1-8 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 1st 2:28 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Wilson 10-6-16 2.0-8 S. Moore 7-1-8 2.0-7 Lang 3-4-7 Junior 6-0-6 1.0-3

Lost 10 5 0 INT 1 0 TD 0 0 0 0 AVG 42.8 INTR -

Net TD LG 80 0 13 22 0 13 6 0 6 Yds TD LG 35 0 15 52 0 22 LG 15 11 22 3 LG In20 46 2

29 yds Missed S Int. CF RF

LOUISVILLE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Powell 27 121 16 105 Froman 3 20 0 20 Donnell 3 20 2 18 Wright 1 12 0 12 D. Brown 2 7 0 7 Passing Att Comp INT Yds Froman 30 18 0 195 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Beaumont 7 53 0 17 A. Smith 3 62 0 42 Graham 3 33 1 18 Chichester 2 33 0 19 Powell 2 5 0 4 Bellamy 1 9 0 9 Punting No. Yds AVG LG Bleser 3 118 39.3 42 Returns PR KOR INTR Beaumont 2-105 - Patrick - - 1-13 Wright - 1-9 Field Goal Attempts Philpott 2nd 6:57 39 yds. Philpott 2nd 0:36 42 yds. Philpott 3rd 6:14 26 yds. Philpott 4th 12:50 24 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. H. Smith 7-1-8 Heath 5-0-5 Holton 4-1-5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 1

LG 15 9 17 12 6 LG 42

In20 2

Good Good Good Good CF RF 1


2 0 1 0 G a m e S u mmaries GAME #8 • OCTOBER 29, 2010

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

16 CONNECTICUT

13 WEST VIRGINIA

RENTSCHLER FIELD • EAST HARTFORD, CONN. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 99 REYES DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 46 S. MOORE LB 8 WILSON CB 21 WILBURN CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH TE 89 DELAHUNT LT 71 RYAN LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 63 MASTERS QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN TE 94 GRIFFIN

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (50) -–1 Difton, 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 20 Brandon, 24 Shoemate, 28 Johnson, 29 Mack, 32 Lutrus, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 40 Yurek, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 59 Stephen, 70 Bardzak, 81 Manning, 82 Moore, 83 Moore, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 93 Chard, 95 Lloyd, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

WVU 24 16 7 1 47 279 25 254 160 34 22 0 81 414 5.1 7-4 4-35 6-257 42.8 2-11 3-44 0-0 0-0 0 30:45 7-17 1-2

UC 16 7 9 0 41 132 20 112 166 29 18 0 70 278 4.0 2-0 4-59 9-382 42.4 1-0 4-93 0-0 0-0 0 29:15 5-17 1-1

West Virginia (5-3, 1-2) 10 UConn (4-4, 1-2) 0

0 3

3 7

0 3

0 3

13 16

FIRST QUARTER WVU – Brad Starks 53 run (Tyler Bitancurt kick) 10:15 (1 play, 53 yards, 0:08) WVU – Bitancurt 36 field goal 4:03 (9 plays, 38 yards, 4:35) SECOND QUARTER UC – Dave Teggart 39 field goal 0:01 (12 plays, 63 yards, 3:22) THIRD QUARTER UC – Jordan Todman 24 run (Teggart kick) 6:17 (14 plays, 71 yards, 5:11) WVU – Bitancurt 42 field goal 1:46 (12 plays, 49 yards, 4:31) FOURTH QUARTER UC – Teggart 26 field goal 10:48 (5 plays, 47 yards, 1:58) OVERTIME UC – Teggart 27 field goal (5 plays, 16 yards) Attendance – 40,000

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – Jordan Todman recorded a career-high tying 33 rushes for 113 yards as the University of Connecticut defeated West Virginia, 16-13 in its first overtime game of the season. The win over the Mountaineers marks the first for the Huskies over the past seven seasons. Zach Frazer was 18 of 29 in the air for 166 yards, while Michael Smith had six receptions for 56 yards. Sio Moore (Apex, N.C.) had a game-high 17 tackles for the Huskies, including three for a loss. West Virginia’s Geno Smith was 22 of 34 for 160 yards in the air and had 64 rushing yards, while Noel Devine added 67 rushing yards to the Mountaineer offense. Lawrence Wilson tallied his second fumble recovery of the day when West Virginia had the ball on the one-yard line during the first overtime possession and Dave Teggart converted a 27-yard field goal on UConn’s ensuing possession, his third of the game, for the 16-13 Husky overtime victory. With 10:48 left in regulation, Teggart converted a 26-yard field goal, to bring the score to 13-13 after Frazer put him in field goal range with a 40-yard pass to Kashif Moore. The field goal would mark the last time either team would score during regulation, forcing UConn into its first overtime game of the season and West Virginia into its second overtime game of the year. Todman tied the score at 10-10 with 6:17 left in the third quarter when he scored on a 24-yard run. UConn started the series on its own 36-yard line and moved the ball with 14 plays including, eight Todman rushes. On West Virginia’s next possession, Tyler Bitancurt broke the tie, converting a 42-yard field goal to put the Mountaineers up 13-10 with 1:46 left in the third quarter. West Virginia struck first in the opening half, scoring all of its 10 first half points during the first quarter. After UConn was forced to punt following their second series of the game, the Mountaineers’ took over possession at their own 47-yard line and Brad Starks opened their series with a 53-yard touchdown run to put WVU up, 7-0, with 10:23 left on the clock. UConn managed to gain just two yards in its next possession, giving West Virginia the ball on its own 43-yard line. The Mountaineer offense was able to move the ball down the field, putting Bitancurt within field goal range, and Bitancourt’s 36-yard attempt was good, giving WVU a 10-0 advantage. UConn’s first scoring chance of the game came when Moore forced a Devine fumble on WVU’s first possession of the second quarter. The fumble gave UConn the ball on the West Virginia 44-yard line and Frazer opened the series with an 11-yard rush, giving the Huskies their first, first down of the game. After eight plays, UConn was not able to convert and UConn was forced to punt with 7:01 left on the clock. The Huskies finally got on the board with one second left in the first half when the UConn offense was able to move the ball down the field with three consecutive first downs. Teggart converted a 39-yard field goal for the Huskies, putting the score at 10-3 going into halftime.

Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Todman 33 116 3 113 Frey 1 0 0 0 Frazer 7 16 17 -1 Passing Att Comp INT Yds Frazer 29 18 0 166 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Smith 6 56 0 15 Todman 4 28 0 11 Griffin 3 17 0 7 K. Moore 2 47 0 40 Sherman 2 15 0 9 I. Moore 1 3 0 3 Punting No. Yds AVG LG Wagner 9 382 42.4 62 Returns PR KOR INTR Mack 1-0 - K. Moore - 3-69 Kinnard - 1-24 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 2nd 0:01 39 yds. Teggart 4th 10:48 26 yds. Teggart OT - 27 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. S. Moore 13-4-17 3.0 Agbor 5-3-8 Junior 6-1-7 1.0

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WEST VIRGINIA INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Devine 16 77 10 67 G. Smith 15 73 9 64 Starks 1 53 0 53 Clarke 10 48 6 42 Sanders 4 15 0 15 Austin 1 13 0 13 Passing Att Comp INT Yds G. Smith 34 22 0 160 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Sanders 7 43 0 14 Austin 5 41 0 14 Bailey 4 36 0 20 Starks 3 35 0 14 Devine 2 3 0 3 Urban 1 2 0 2 Punting No. Yds AVG LG Pugnetti 6 257 42.8 57 Returns PR KOR INTR Bell 1-0 - Hogan 1-11 2-44 Alston - 1-0 Field Goal Attempts Bitancurt 1st 4:03 36 yds. Bitancurt 3rd 1:46 42 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. J. Miller 6-3-9 1.0 J.T. Thomas 3-4-7 Garvin 3-4-7

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2010 Game S u m m a r i e s GAME #9 • NOVEMBER 11, 2010

30

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

28

CONNECTICUT

PITTSBURGH

RENTSCHLER FIELD • EAST HARTFORD, CONN. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 32 LUTRUS LB 8 WILSON LB 95 LLOYD CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 71 RYAN LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 63 MASTERS WR 83 I. MOORE QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (50) – 2 Stlouis, 4 Box, 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 14 Kinnard, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 24 Shoemate, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 40 Yurek, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 46 Moore, 48 Williams, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 70 Bardzak, 81 Manning, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 89 Delahunt, 93 Chard, 94 Griffin, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

PITT 18 8 10 0 34 164 21 143 220 28 20 2 62 363 5.9 3-1 3-35 6-230 38.3 2-15 7-153 1-0 0-0 0 31:44 7-14 0-0

UC 19 12 5 2 46 265 16 249 100 20 9 1 66 349 5.3 3-0 2-15 5-196 39.2 2-(-3) 5-171 2-54 0-0 0 28:16 3-14 3-3

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Pittsburgh (5-4, 3-1) UConn (5-4, 2-2)

7 7

0 3

14 10

7 10

- -

28 30

FIRST QUARTER PITT – Dion Lewis 4 run (Dan Hutchins kick) 12:59 (5 plays, 48 yards, 1:47) UC – Kashif Moore 36 pass from Zach Frazer (Dave Teggart kick) 7:36 (11 plays, 83 yards, 5:23) SECOND QUARTER UC – Teggart 46 field goal 13:37 (8 plays, 45 yards, 2:56) THIRD QUARTER UC – Teggart 39 field goal 10:48 (7 plays, 51 yards, 1:59) PITT – Lewis 1 run (Hutchins kick) 5:27 (6 plays, 75 yards, 3:12) PITT – Ray Graham 5 run (Hutchins kick) 0:13 (6 plays, 65 yards, 2:34) UC – Nick Williams 95 kickoff return (Teggart kick) 0:00 FOURTH QUARTER UC – Teggart 25 field goal 7:07 (8 plays, 52 yards, 3:18) UC – Isiah Moore 14 pass from Frazer (Teggart kick) 6:19 (2 plays, 21 yards, 0:39) PITT – Jon Baldwin 20 pass from Tino Sunseri (Hutchins kick) 4:35 (5 plays, 70 yards, 1:44) Attendance – 35,391

EAST HARTFORD, CONN. – Junior tailback Jordan Todman rushed for a career-high 222 yards and Connecticut converted a dramatic fourthand-one from their own territory with 2:33 to play as the Huskies rallied to defeat Pittsburgh, 30-28. Connecticut was nursing a 30-28 lead when the Huskies faced a fourthand-one at their own 19. Connecticut head coach Randy Edsall elected to go for it instead of punting the ball back to the Panthers, and Todman rewarded his head coach by barreling ahead for four yards. The Huskies then safely ran out the clock to earn the victory. Todman was immense throughout the game in setting career marks with his 37 attempts and 222 yards. His exploits pushed his career rushing total to 2,660, as he passed both Ed Long and Wilbur Gilliard as he moved into third place all-time at Connecticut. For the second consecutive game, the Huskies found themselves in an early hole. On the first play from scrimmage, a flea-flicker pass by redshirt senior quarterback Zach Frazer was intercepted by Jarred Holley. Five plays later, Dion Lewis scrambled in from the four, and just two minutes into the contest, the Huskies trailed 7-0. Connecticut quickly responded, as they marched 83 yards in 11 plays scoring when Frazer connected with redshirt junior Kashif Moore on a 36-yard scoring strike. On Pittsburgh’s next possession, they marched deep into Husky territory before redshirt junior safety Jerome Junior picked off Panther quarterback Tino Sunseri at the Connecticut nine and returned it seventeen yards. The ensuing drive stalled and redshirt junior kicker Dave Teggart drilled the first of his three field goals, this one from 46 yards out. Teggart connected again early in the third quarter from 39 yards out to put the Huskies ahead 13-7, but Pittsburgh retook the lead on a one-yard run by Lewis. After a Connecticut punt, the Panthers scored again on a five-yard run by Ray Graham. On the ensuing kickoff, sophomore Nick Williams ran it all the way back 95 yards for a score, his second kickoff return for a score this year. His score cut the Panther lead to 21-20. Teggart put the Huskies back ahead with a 25-yard field goal, and when Pittsburgh fumbled the ensuing kickoff on a jarring hit by senior fullback Anthony Sherman, redshirt junior tailback Robbie Frey recovered and the Huskies were back in business. Two plays later, Frazer connected with redshirt junior wide receiver Isiah Moore from 14 yards out for the score. Frazer finished with nine completions in 20 attempts, for 100 yards and the two touchdowns and one interception. Kashif Moore had two receptions for 46 yards and his score. The Connecticut defense was paced by redshirt senior linebacker Lawrence Wilson, who had 11 tackles and one sack.

Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Todman 37 232 10 222 Frey 5 23 0 23 Box 1 8 0 8 Frazer 1 1 0 1 K. Moore 2 1 6 -5 Passing Att Comp INT Yds Frazer 20 9 1 100 Receiving No. Yds TD LG K. Moore 2 46 1 36 I. Moore 2 29 1 15 Frey 2 9 0 7 Griffin 1 9 0 9 Todman 1 7 0 7 Sherman 1 0 0 0 Punting No. Yds AVG LG Wagner 5 196 39.2 43 Returns PR KOR INTR Kinnard 2-(-3) - Junior - - 1-17 N. Williams - 2-117 Gratz - - 1-37 K. Moore - 3-54 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 2nd 13:37 46 yds. Teggart 3rd 10:48 39 yds. Teggart 4th 7:07 25 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. Wilson 5-6-11 1 1 S. Moore 3-6-9 Junior 4-4-8 1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 2

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PITTSBURGH INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lewis 13 77 Graham 16 82 Sunseri 5 5 Passing Att Comp Sunseri 28 20 Receiving No. Yds Baldwin 6 95 Lewis 5 50 Shanahan 3 28 Street 3 19 Cruz 2 19 Graham 1 9 Punting No. Yds Hutchins 6 230 Returns PR KOR Saddler 2-15 3-79 Graham - 4-74 Holley - - Field Goal Attempts None. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL DeCicco 10-2-12 1 Gruder 4-7-11 Alecxih 3-5-8 Lindsey 4-2-6 1

Lost 0 7 14 INT 2 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 38.3 INTR 1-0

Net TD LG 77 2 19 75 1 29 -9 0 4 Yds TD LG 220 1 42 LG 42 31 12 9 15 9 LG In20 56 1

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2 0 1 0 G a m e S u mmaries GAME #10 • NOVEMBER 20, 2010

23

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

6

CONNECTICUT

SYRACUSE

CARRIER DOME • SYRACUSE, N.Y. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 32 LUTRUS LB 46 S. MOORE LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 71 RYAN LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 63 MASTERS TE 94 GRIFFIN QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN WR 82 K. MOORE

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (49) – 2 Stlouis, 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 19 Dabney, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 28 Johnson, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 40 Yurek, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 48 Williams, 49 Williams, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 70 Bardzak, 81 Manning, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 89 Delahunt, 93 Chard, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UC 14 8 5 1 38 175 19 156 98 21 13 0 59 254 4.3 3-1 6-60 4-198 49.5 3-31 2-60 1-2 0-0 0 30:45 2-12 2-2

SYR 17 4 11 2 29 102 38 64 171 36 20 1 65 235 3.6 2-1 9-66 6-267 44.5 2-1 4-104 0-0 0-0 0 29:15 4-15 0-1

UConn (6-4, 3-2) Syracuse (7-4, 4-3)

7 3

3 0

7 3

6 0

- -

23 6

FIRST QUARTER UC – Jordan Todman 1 run (Dave Teggart kick) 5:16 (11 plays, 80 yards, 4:56) SYR – Ross Krautman 42 field goal 0:02 (9 plays, 55 yards, 5:14) SECOND QUARTER UC – Teggart 35 field goal 0:31 (8 plays, 20 yards, 2:09) THIRD QUARTER SYR – Krautman 35 field goal 8:21 (6 plays, 13 yards, 2:00) UC – Todman 2 run (Teggart kick) 4:41 (1 play, 4 yards, 0:07) FOURTH QUARTER UC – Teggart 35 field goal 14:06 (8 plays, 20 yards, 3:21) UC – Teggart 21 field goal 3:00 (6 plays, 44 yards, 3:52) Attendance – 41,465

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The University of Connecticut football team gained bowl eligibility for the fourth consecutive year on Saturday night as it posted a 23-6 win over Syracuse before a crowd of 41,465 at the Carrier Dome. UConn junior running back Jordan Todman led the Huskies in rushing with 130 yards on 27 carries and 2 TDs. Senior quarterback Zach Frazer was an efficient 13 of 21 for 98 yards on the night. Junior kicker Dave Teggart had three field goals on four attempts. UConn led 10-3 at halftime and Syracuse made it 10-6 on a 42-yard field goal by Ross Krautman with 8:21 left to play in the third. Junior defensive lineman Kendall Reyes made the key defensive play of the game when he sacked SU quarterback Ryan Nassib for a loss of seven yards and a fumble which the Huskies recovered at the SU four-yard line. After an Orange penalty, Todman scored his second TD of the game on a two-yard run to make it 17-6 Huskies. Teggart then connected on a 35-yard field goal with 14:06 left to play in the fourth for the 20-6 Husky lead. Teggart continued UConn’s scoring during the final quarter when he converted a 21-yard field goal with three minutes left in the game to extend the Husky lead to 23-6. UConn scored the only touchdown of the first half on its initial possession of the game. The Huskies started the drive at their own 20 and moved the ball 80 yards on 11 plays for the score. Todman completed the drive with a one-yard TD run with 5:16 left to play and had a total of seven rushes on the drive. Syracuse came back on its next possession to kick a 42-yard field goal by Ross Krautuman for its only points of the first half. After moving the ball from its 20 to the UConn 32, the Huskies only gave up seven more yards to force the Orange field goal. UConn scored the only points of the second quarter when Teggart connected on a 35-yard field goal in the final minute of the half. The Huskies gained possession on that drive by an interception by Reyes that put the ball at the SU 38.

Rushing Att Gain Todman 27 135 Frey 8 35 Frazer 1 5 Passing Att Comp Frazer 21 13 Receiving No. Yds I. Moore 4 37 Smith 3 29 Griffin 3 25 K. Moore 2 7 Todman 1 0 Punting No. Yds Wagner 4 198 Returns PR KOR N. Williams 3-31 1-35 Reyes - - Frey - 1-25 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 2nd 3:20 Teggart 2nd 0:31 Teggart 4th 14:06 Teggart 4th 3:00 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S. Moore 8-1-9 0.5 Lutrus 7-2-9 1.5 Wilson 7-1-8

Lost 5 10 0 INT 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 49.5 INTR 1-2 -

Net TD LG 130 2 29 25 0 22 5 0 5 Yds TD LG 98 0 17 LG 17 17 10 5 0 LG In20 53 3

49 yds. 35 yds. 35 yds. 21 yds. S Int. 0.5 0.5

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SYRACUSE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lost Net TD Carter 19 70 3 67 0 Graham 1 11 0 11 0 Bailey 1 2 0 2 0 Harris 1 1 0 1 0 Nassib 7 18 35 -17 0 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TD Nassib 36 20 1 171 0 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Sales 6 57 0 14 Bailey 4 24 0 24 Chew 3 29 0 19 Cruz 2 11 0 7 Provo 1 22 0 22 Carter 1 16 0 16 Lemon 1 12 0 12 Gulley 1 4 0 4 Nassib 1 -4 0 0 Punting No. Yds AVG LG In20 Long 6 267 44.5 57 1 Returns PR KOR INTR Holmes 2-1 - Graham - 4-104 Field Goal Attempts Krautman 1st 0:02 42 yds. Good Krautman 3rd 8:21 35 yds. Good Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. CF Hogue 6-2-8 1.0 1 Holmes 6-2-8 Thomas 3-4-7 D. Smith 4-2-6

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2010 Game S u m m a r i e s GAME #11 • NOVEMBER 27, 2010

38

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

17

CONNECTICUT

CINCINNATI

RENTSCHLER FIELD • EAST HARTFORD, CONN. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 99 REYES DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 32 LUTRUS LB 46 S. MOORE LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 71 RYAN LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 63 MASTERS TE 89 DELAHUNT QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (53) – 1 Difton, 2 Stlouis, 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 19 Dabney, 20 Brandon, 24 Shoemate, 28 Johnson, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 39 Manning, 44 Frey, 45 Hyppolite, 53 Wirth, 54 Polito, 55 Williams, 59 Stephen, 70 Bardzak, 77 Friend, 81 Manning, 83 I. Moore, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 93 Chard, 94 Griffin, 95 Lloyd, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

CIN 26 8 15 3 27 126 15 111 288 50 26 4 77 399 5.2 1-1 5-39 2-86 43.0 3-17 6-101 1-0 0-0 0 26:19 7-14 1-2

UC 22 14 7 1 52 258 22 236 121 24 11 1 76 357 4.7 0-0 9-94 5-155 31.0 1-12 3-91 4-149 0-0 0 33:41 9-16 1-1

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Cincinnati (4-7, 2-4) UConn (7-4, 4-2)

3 7

7 17

0 0

7 14

- -

17 38

FIRST QUARTER UC – Anthony Sherman 16 pass from Zach Frazer (Dave Teggart kick) 9:05 (6 plays, 77 yards, 2:49) CIN – Jacob Rogers 32 field goal 5:55 (11 plays, 32 yards, 3:10) SECOND QUARTER UC – Robbie Frey 6 run (Teggart kick) 13:35 (9 plays, 48 yards, 4:21) CIN – Armon Binns 15 pass from Zach Collaros (Rogers kick) 9:52 (11 plays, 78 yards, 3:43) UC – Teggart 24 field goal 5:13 (12 plays, 50 yards, 4:39) UC – Todman 1 run (Teggart kick) 0:04 (5 plays, 15 yards, 1:00) THIRD QUARTER No scoring. FOURTH QUARTER CIN – Collaros 3 run (Rogers kick) 8:41 (8 plays, 88 yards, 2:28) UC – Todman 1 run (Teggart kick) 6:16 (5 plays, 36 yards, 2:25) UC – Todman 9 run (Teggart kick) 3:49 (3 plays, 7 yards, 1:29) Attendance – 40,000

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. – Junior tailback Jordan Todman ran for 175 yards and three touchdowns as the University of Connecticut recorded a 38-17 BIG EAST Conference football victory over Cincinnati before a sellout crowd of 40,000 at Rentschler Field on Senior Day. Todman, whose three rushing touchdowns give him 31 in his career, (good for a tie for third all-time at Storrs with Terry Caulley) scored twice in the fourth quarter to put the game away. Cincinnati had drawn within seven on a three-yard run by Zach Collaros with 8:41 to play. After redshirt junior tailback Robbie Frey returned the ensuing kickoff 42 yards to set the Huskies up at the Bearcat 36, Todman bulled over from the one to cap a five-play drive to put the Huskies back up by two scores, 31-17. Redshirt sophomore cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson intercepted a Collaros pass and returned it 53 yards to set the Huskies up again deep in Cincinnati territory. Three plays later Todman scooted in from the nine and the victory was sealed. Todman now has surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark 14 times in his career, nine times this season and in 11 of his last 12 games. The Huskies drew first blood in the contest on their second possession when redshirt senior quarterback Zach Frazer connected with senior fullback Anthony Sherman on a 16-yard scoring toss. It was Sherman’s first career touchdown reception. Frazer was efficient all afternoon, throwing for 121 yards with the one touchdown and one interception. Cincinnati got on the board on a field goal late in the first quarter, and then the Huskies took advantage of the game’s first turnover. Redshirt senior linebacker Lawrence Wilson forced a fumble by Bearcat wideout Anthony McClung that was recovered by redshirt senior defensive tackle Alex Polito at the Bearcat 48. Nine plays later, Frey ran it in from the six to put the Huskies up 14-3. Cincinnati quickly answered on a 15-yard pass from Collaros to Armon Binns, but the Huskies responded with a 12-play, 50-yard drive that climaxed in a 24-yard field goal by redshirt junior placekicker Dave Teggart. The field goal was Teggart’s 46th at Connecticut, and moved him into first place all-time at Storrs. The end of the first half saw a crucial turnaround that helped the Huskies’ cause. The Bearcats had driven to the Connecticut 9 and were threatening to tie the score when redshirt junior defensive tackle Kendall Reyes knocked down a Collaros pass, snagged the ball in midair and rambled 84 yards for what appeared to be a touchdown. However, Wilson was called for blocking in the back at the Cincinnati 5. Five plays later Todman scored from the one with four seconds to play before intermission and the Huskies took a 24-10 lead into the locker room. Redshirt sophomore cornerback Dwayne Gratz led the Huskies with nine tackles.

Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Todman 31 179 4 175 Frey 15 51 3 48 Frazer 4 28 12 16 Passing Att Comp INT Yds Frazer 24 11 1 121 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Smith 3 38 0 17 Griffin 2 16 0 9 Difton 1 21 0 21 Sherman 1 16 1 16 I. Moore 1 13 0 13 Frey 1 11 0 11 K. Moore 1 4 0 4 Todman 1 2 0 2 Punting No. Yds AVG LG Wagner 5 155 31.0 40 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 1-12 2-49 Frey - 1-42 Junior - - 1-17 Reyes - - 1-79 Lang - - 1-0 Wreh-Wilson - - 1-53 Field Goal Attempts Teggart 2nd 5:13 24 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. Gratz 7-2-9 S. Moore 5-3-8 Wilson 5-2-7 1.0 Junior 5-1-6 1

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CINCINNATI INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Lost Net Collaros 15 97 13 84 Pead 11 25 2 23 Goebel 1 4 0 4 Passing Att Comp INT Yds Collaros 50 26 4 288 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Binns 9 107 1 15 McClung 5 46 0 24 Guidugli 5 40 0 11 Barnett 3 41 0 22 Pead 2 36 0 20 Woods 2 18 0 12 Punting No. Yds AVG LG O’Donnell 2 86 43.0 45 Returns PR KOR INTR Woods 3-17 - McClung - 5-81 Frey - - 1-0 Goebel - 1-20 Field Goal Attempts Rogers 1st 5:55 32 yds. Rogers 3rd 3:34 44 yds. Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S Int. Bomar 5-6-11 0.5 Frey 7-3-10 1 Schaffer 4-5-9 2.0 Hughes 3-6-9 1.0

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2 0 1 0 G a m e S u mmaries GAME #12 • DECEMBER 4, 2010

19

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

16

CONNECTICUT

USF

RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM • TAMPA, FLA. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 99 REYES DT 59 STEPHEN DE 91 JOSEPH LB 32 LUTRUS LB 46 S. MOORE LB 8 WILSON CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 77 FRIEND LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 63 MASTERS TE 94 GRIFFIN QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN FB 49 SHERMAN

UConn (8-4, 5-2) USF (7-5, 3-4)

3 3

7 0

3 3

6 10

- -

19 16

FIRST QUARTER USF – Maikon Bonani 42 field goal 10:17 (13 plays, 42 yards, 4:43) UC – Teggart 40 field goal 6:04 (10 plays, 37 yards, 4:13) SECOND QUARTER UC – Lawrence Wilson 55 interception return 1:11 (Teggart kick) THIRD QUARTER UC – Teggart 22 field goal 7:30 (8 plays, 32 yards, 4:11) USF – Bonani 38 field goal 2:49 (11 plays, 56 yards, 4:41) FOURTH QUARTER UC – Teggart 50 field goal 13:39 (11 plays, 32 yards, 4:10) USF – Dontavia Bogan 28 pass from Bobby Eveld (Bonani kick) 8:38 (2 plays, 30 yards, 0:44) USF – Bonani 22 field goal 1:16 (11 plays, 74 yards, 3:17) UC – Teggart 52 field goal 0:17 (6 plays, 25 yards, 0:59) Attendance – 41,809

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (43) – 1 Difton, 2 Stlouis, 7 Lang, 13 Christen, 19 Dabney, 24 Shoemate, 28 Johnson, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 37 Jean-Louis, 38 Teggart, 40 Yurek, 44 Frey, 54 Polito, 83 I. Moore, 86 Wagner, 88 Sheppard, 91 Delahunt, 93 Chard, 96 Portee, TAMPA, Fla. – The University of Connecticut will play in the Bowl 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UC 13 7 6 0 38 129 9 120 112 29 13 1 67 232 3.5 1-1 3-35 6-319 53.2 1-8 3-97 3-65 0-0 0 30:30 6-17 0-0

USF 16 6 9 1 31 145 7 138 195 41 22 3 72 333 4.6 0-0 7-55 6-219 36.5 3-18 6-146 1-42 0-0 0 29:30 6-16 0-0

Championship Series for the first time in school history. UConn defeated USF by a score of 19-16 before a crowd 41,109 at Raymond James Stadium in the regular season finale for both teams. UConn shares the 2010 BIG EAST Championship with West Virginia and Pittsburgh and advances to the BCS with wins over both the Panthers and Mountaineers. Connecticut advances to the BCS after playing FBS football since just the 2002 season. The Huskies left Division I-AA following the 1999 season and spent two seasons as a transitional team. UConn began BIG EAST play in 2004. Dave Teggart converted a career-long 52-yard field goal with 17 seconds left in the game for the winning score. That was after USF kicker Maikon Bonani hit on a field goal that tied the game at 16-16 with 1:16 left. The field goal was the second 50+ yard field goal for Teggart on the night, as he recorded a 50-yard field goal earlier in the fourth quarter. UConn junior tailback Jordan Todman had another outstanding game as he rushed the ball 33 times for 93 yards. Husky senior quarterback Zach Frazer was an efficient 13 of 29 in the air for 112 yards. USF was led by freshman quarterback Bobby Eveld, who was making his first career start. He was 22 of 41 in the air. Moise Plancher led the Bulls in rushing with 59 yards on 15 carries. With UConn leading 16-6 and in possession of the ball with nine minutes to play the Huskies fumbled the ball to give USF the ball at the UConn 30-yard line. USF struck quickly on a 28-yard TD pass from Evald to Dontavian Bogan to cut the lead to 16-13 Huskies. UConn led 10-3 at the half and Teggart scored the first points of the second half on a 22-yard field goal that made it 13-3 Huskies with 7:30 to play in the third quarter. USF cut the lead to 13-6 with 2:49 to go in the third on a field goal by Bonani that capped an 11 play-56 yard drive. Teggart put UConn up 16-6 with a then career-long 50-yard field goal with 13:37 left to play in the game. The second quarter had a wild momentum-filled ending as Frazer threw an interception with 1:22 left in the half that gave USF the ball at their own 49. On the very next play, USF’s Eveld threw his second interception of the day which was returned by senior linebacker Lawrence Wilson 55 yards for a touchdown and a 10-3 UConn halftime lead. The interception was the fifth of Wilson’s career - three of which have been returned for touchdowns. The two teams traded field goals for the only scoring of the first quarter as Bonani kicked a 42-yard field goal to end the Bulls’ first possession of the game. UConn came right back and tied the game as Teggart connected on a 40-yard FG that wrapped up a 10 play-37 yard drive.

Rushing Att Gain Todman 33 102 Frey 2 16 Frazer 3 11 Passing Att Comp Frazer 29 13 Receiving No. Yds Smith 6 58 Griffin 3 21 K. Moore 1 18 Frey 1 18 I. Moore 1 5 Todman 1 (-8) Punting No. Yds Wagner 6 319 Returns PR KOR N. Williams 1-8 - Frey - 3-97 Wreh-Wilson - - Wilson - - Lutrus - - Field Goal Attempts Teggart 1st 6:04 Teggart 3rd 7:30 Teggart 4th 13:39 Teggart 4th 0:17 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL S. Moore 10-0-10 Agbor 6-0-6 Reyes 5-1-6 1.0

Lost 9 0 0 INT 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 53.2 INTR 1-10 1-55 1-0

Net TD LG 93 0 9 16 0 8 11 0 6 Yds TD LG 112 0 22 LG 22 11 18 18 5 0 LG In20 63 2

40 yds. 22 yds. 50 yds. 52 yds. S Int.

Good Good Good Good CF RF

SOUTH FLORIDA INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Plancher 15 62 Murray 9 49 Eveld 5 29 Bogan 1 5 Shaw 1 0 Passing Att Comp Eveld 41 22 Receiving No. Yds Bogan 7 70 Landi 4 40 Gidrey 3 43 Plancher 3 12 Lamar 2 10 Miller 1 14 Hornes 1 5 Bravo-Brown 1 1 Punting No. Yds Brockhaus-Kann 6 219 Returns PR KOR Mitchell 3-18 - Lamar - 6-146 Lejiste - - Field Goal Attempts Bonani 1st 10:17 Bonani 3rd 2:49 Bonani 4th 1:16 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL J. Williams 5-2-7 3.0 Lattimore 4-3-7 Washington 3-3-6

Lost 3 1 0 0 3 INT 3 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 36.5 INTR 1-42

Net TD LG 59 0 15 48 0 28 29 0 12 5 0 5 -3 0 0 Yds TD LG 195 1 28 LG 29 17 27 11 10 14 5 1 LG In20 48 1

42 yds. 38 yds. 22 yds. S Int.

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Good Good Good CF RF


2010 Game S u m m a r i e s GAME #13 • JANUARY 1, 2011

CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

20

48

CONNECTICUT

OKLAHOMA

UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX STADIUM • GLENDALE, ARIZ. UCONN STARTERS & PARTICIPANTS DEFENSIVE STARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 99 REYES DT 4 MARTIN DE 91 JOSEPH SLB 32 LUTRUS MLB 8 L. WILSON WLB 46 S. MOORE CB 5 WREH-WILSON S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 24 GRATZ

OFFENSIVE STARTERS WR 80 SMITH WR 82 K. MOORE LT 71 RYAN LG 66 OLIVIER C 57 PETRUS RG 78 HURD RT 63 MASTERS TE 89 DELAHUNT QB 10 FRAZER TB 23 TODMAN TB 44 FREY

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS (41) – 4 Box, 13 Christen, 19 Dabney, 21 Wilburn, 24 Shoemate, 29 Mac, 31 N. Williams, 38 Teggart, 43 McCombs, 45 Hyppolite, 48 T. Williams, 49 Sherman, 55 J. Williams, 83 I. Moore, 86 Wagner, 93 Chard, 94 Griffin, 96 Portee, 98 Jennings

TEAM STATISTICS

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS RUSHING NET YARDS PASSING Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS TOTAL NET YARDS Avg. Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yds. No. of Punts-Yards Avg. Per Punt Punt Returns- No.-Yds. Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. Interceptions: No.-Yds. Fumble Returns: No.-Yds Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conversions 4th Down Conversions

UC 19 8 11 0 41 140 28 112 223 39 19 2 80 335 4.2 1-0 3-25 7-328 46.9 1- -1 9-270 1-46 0-0 0 31:49 5-17 0-3

OK 27 8 18 1 30 108 13 95 429 50 34 1 80 524 6.6 3-1 1-3 4-163 40.8 5-92 4-73 2-77 0-0 0 28:11 7-15 0-1

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UConn (8-5, 5-2) Oklahoma (12-2, 6-2)

0 14

10 6

10 14

0 14

– –

20 48

FIRST QUARTER OKLA – James Hanna 8 yd pass from Landry Jones (Stevens kick) 10:09 (9 plays, 70 yards, 2:57) OKLA – Demarco Murray 3 yd run (Stevens kick) 00:24 (9 plays, 81 yards, 3:21) SECOND QUARTER UC – Dwayne Gratz 46 yd interception return (Teggart kick) 12:58 OKLA – Stevens 41 yd field goal 9:57 (9 plays, 56 yards, 3:01) UC – Teggart 37 yd field goal 00:26 (7 plays, 36 yards, 1:31) THIRD QUARTER OKLA – Cameron Kenney 59 yd pass from Landry Jones (Stevens kick) 10:55 (4 plays, 80 yards, 1:01) OKLA – Jamell Fleming 55 yd interception return (Stevens kick) 09:44 UC – Robbie Frey 95 yd kickoff return (Teggart kick) 9:30 UC – Teggart 38 yd field goal 5:04 (9 plays, 49 yards, 2:21) FOURTH QUARTER OKLA – Ryan Broyles 5 yd pass from Landry Jones (Stevens kick) 7:49 (10 plays, 88 yardsd, 3:25) OKLA – Tony Jefferson 22 yd interception return (Stevens kick) 2:40 Attendance – 67,232

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The University of Connecticut played in its first-ever Bowl Championship Game and dropped a 48-20 decision to seventh-ranked Oklahoma in the 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl before a crowd of 67,232 at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Oklahoma sophomore quarterback Landry Jones was 34 of 49 in the air for 429 yards while senior DeMarco Murray rushed 25 times for 93 yards. UConn junior tailback Jordan Todman carried the ball 32 times for 121 yards and Husky senior quarterback Zach Frazer was 19 of 39 in the air for 223 yards. Oklahoma scored touchdowns on both of its first quarter possessions to jump out to a 14-0 lead. After UConn began the game with a three-and-out, the Sooners marched nine plays on 70 yards for an eight-yard TD pass from Jones to James Hanna. The scoring play came on the only third down play the Sooners had on the drive. UConn moved 55 yards on its next possession, but failed on a fourthand-one play that gave the Sooners the ball at their own 19. The Sooners then moved the ball on nine plays and 81 yards and scored on a three-yard rush by Murray. The Huskies broke into the scoring column when redshirt sophomore Dwayne Gratz picked off a Jones pass and returned it 46 yards for a TD. The interception return for a TD was the fifth of the year for the Huskies - tying a school record from 2007. Oklahoma came right back and moved the ball from its own 20 to the Husky 20, but UConn’s defense held strong and limited OU to a 41-yard field goal to make it 17-7 with 9:57 to go. The teams then traded field goals the rest of the first half as Dave Teggart hit a 37-yard with 26 seconds left in the first half to make it 20-10 at the break. The Sooners outgained the Huskies 279-109 in total offense during the first half and had a17-7 first down advantage. The Sooners exploded for two quick TDs to start the second half as they took their second possession of the half a quick four plays in 80 yards as Jones hit Cameron Kenney on a 59-yard touchdown pass. Oklahoma then made it 34-10 as Frazer threw an interception picked off by Jamell Fleming who returned it 55-yards for the TD. UConn junior Robbie Frey kept the pesky Huskies going as he returned the ensuing kickoff 95 yards for a score to cut the lead to 34-17. Teggart hit on a 38-yard field goal with 5:04 left in the third to make it 34-20. Ryan Broyles gave the Sooners a 41-20 lead when he had a five-yard reception for an Oklahoma touchdown with 7:49 left in the game. Broyles’ score was followed up at the 2:40 mark when Tony Jefferson had a 22-yard interception return for another Sooner touchdown, putting the final score at 48-20.

Rushing Att Gain Todman 32 126 Frey 5 12 Frazer 4 2 Passing Att Comp Frazer 39 19 Receiving No. Yds K. Moore 4 62 Griffin 4 48 Smith 4 20 Sherman 3 63 I. Moore 2 27 Todman 1 3 Frey 1 0 Punting No. Yds Wagner 7 328 Returns PR KOR N. Williams 1- -1 6-137 Sherman - 2-38 Frey - 1-95 Gratz - - Field Goal Attempts Teggart 2nd 0:26 Teggart 3rd 5:04 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Lutrus 10-1-11 1-0 Agbor 8-0-8 - L. Wilson 7-1-8 - Wreh-Wilson 7-0-7 -

Lost 5 4 19 INT 2 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVG 46.9 INTR 1-46

Net TD LG 121 0 19 8 0 6 -17 0 2 Yds TD LG 223 0 41 LG 28 15 9 41 15 3 0 LG In20 57 2

37 yds. 38 yds. S - - - -

Good Good Int. CF RF - - - 1 - 1 - - -

OKLAHOMA INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing Att Gain Murray 25 101 Franks 1 4 Madu 1 3 Jones 1 0 Passing Att Comp Jones 49 34 Nimmo 1 0 Receiving No. Yds Broyles 13 170 Stills 8 73 Kenney 7 154 Franks 3 25 Murray 2 -1 Hanna 1 8 Punting No. Yds Way 4 163 Returns PR KOR Broyles 5-92 - Franks - 2-39 Clay - 1-17 Fleming - - Jefferson - - Madu - 1-17 Field Goal Attempts Stevens 2nd 9:57 Stevens 2nd 2:05 Defense UT-AT-TT TFL Lewis 10-0-10 - Box 7-1-8 1.0 Fleming 6-1-7 1.0

Lost 8 0 0 3 INT 1 0 TD 1 0 1 0 0 1 AVG 40.8 INTR 1-55 1-22 -

Net TD LG 93 1 14 4 0 4 3 0 3 -3 0 0 Yds TD LG 429 3 59 0 0 0 LG 39 18 59 20 0 8 LG In20 45 1

41 yds. 24 yds. S - - -

Good Good Int. CF RF - - - - 1 - -


Year-By-Year Records.. .......................... 120 All-Time Coaches and Captains.. ............. 121 All-Time Results..................................... 122-128 All-Time Series.. ..................................... 129 Letterwinners........................................ 130-136 Historical Timeline.. ............................... 137-139 UConn Bowl Records . ............................ 140 UConn In Bowl Games.. ............................ 141-145 All-Americans......................................... 146 All-Conference.. ...................................... 147 UConn And The NFL.. ................................ 148-149 UConn And The CFL.. ................................ 150-151 Team Awards.......................................... 152

Anthony Sherman was one of four Huskies taken in the 2011 NFL Draft as he was selected by the Arizona Cardinals.


Yearly Reco r d s Overall Conf. Home Away/Neut. Points Year W L T W L T W L T W L T UC Opp. 1896 5 3 0 64 56 1897 5 2 0 92 68 1898 0 3 0 0 89 1899 6 2 0 107 62 1900 4 3 1 104 45 1901 8 2 0 143 67 1902 4 3 0 84 66 1903 3 5 0 53 90 1904 5 3 1 83 85 1905 2 2 0 27 59 1906 2 4 0 50 75 1907 2 5 0 71 158 1908 4 3 1 150 49 1909 3 5 0 104 191 1910 1 5 1 12 117 1911 0 5 0 6 166 1912 3 3 0 41 79 1913 5 3 0 168 122 1914 3 0 0 48 9 1915 1 7 0 40 107 1916 1 7 0 36 110 1917 No Football Played 1918 No Football Played 1919 2 6 0 28 174 1920 1 6 1 69 126 1921 3 2 3 115 75 1922 2 6 1 77 108 1923 3 4 1 45 46 1924 6 0 2 90 13 1925 3 5 1 39 76 1926 7 1 0 190 33 1927 5 4 0 153 100 1928 4 1 3 96 51 1929 4 4 0 92 47 1930 1 5 1 19 106 1931 2 3 3 27 84 1932 0 6 2 27 167 1933 1 6 1 39 176 1934 1 7 0 19 108 1935 2 4 1 39 70 1936 7 2 0 203 48 1937 6 2 1 187 64 1938 4 3 0 90 56 1939 5 3 0 99 97 1940 4 4 0 67 89 1941 2 6 0 58 82 1942 6 2 0 141 81 1943 No Football Played 1944 7 1 0 152 13 1945 7 1 0 265 43 1946 4 3 1 120 69 1947 4 4 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 102 85 1948 3 5 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 3 0 142 147 1949# 4 4 1 2 0 0 4 0 1 0 4 0 220 141 1950 3 5 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 1 3 0 82 134 1951 4 4 0 2 1 0 4 1 0 0 3 0 106 102 1952# 5 3 0 3 1 0 3 0 0 2 3 0 178 135 1953 3 4 1 2 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 1 118 147 1954 1 8 0 0 4 0 1 2 0 0 6 0 92 276

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Overall Conf. Year W L T W L T 1955 4 4 0 2 2 0 1956* 6 2 1 3 0 1 1957# 5 4 1 3 0 1 1958* 7 3 0 4 0 0 1959* 6 3 0 4 0 0 1960# 5 4 0 3 1 0 1961 2 7 0 2 2 0 1962 3 6 0 2 2 0 1963 2 6 0 1 3 0 1964 4 4 1 2 1 1 1965 3 6 0 2 2 0 1966 2 6 1 2 2 1 1967 5 4 0 4 1 0 1968# 4 6 0 4 1 0 1969 5 4 0 3 2 0 1970* 4 4 2 4 0 1 1971# 5 3 1 4 1 1 1972 4 5 0 4 1 0 1973* 8 2 1 5 0 1 1974 4 6 0 3 3 0 1975 4 7 0 3 2 0 1976 2 9 0 2 3 0 1977 1 10 0 1 4 0 1978 4 7 0 3 2 0 1979 3 6 2 3 1 1 1980 7 3 0 3 2 0 1981 4 7 0 1 4 0 1982# 5 6 0 3 2 0 1983# 5 6 0 4 1 0 1984 3 8 0 1 4 0 1985 4 5 0 1 4 0 1986# 8 3 0 4 2 0 1987 7 4 0 6 2 0 1988 7 4 0 4 4 0 1989% 8 3 0 6 2 0 1990 6 5 0 5 3 0 1991 3 8 0 2 6 0 1992 5 6 0 4 4 0 1993 6 5 0 5 3 0 1994 4 7 0 4 4 0 1995 8 3 0 5 3 0 1996 5 6 0 3 5 0 1997 7 4 0 4 4 0 1998$ 10 3 0 6 2 0 1999 4 7 0 3 5 0 2000 3 8 0 - - - 2001 2 9 0 - - - 2002 6 6 0 - - - 2003 9 3 0 - - - 2004 8 4 0 3 3 0 2005 5 6 0 2 5 0 2006 4 8 0 1 6 0 2007^ 9 4 0 5 2 0 2008 8 5 0 3 4 0 2009 8 5 0 3 4 0 2010^ 8 5 0 5 2 0

Home Away/Neut. Points W L T W L T UC Opp. 3 1 0 2 2 0 68 105 4 1 0 2 1 1 240 100 3 0 1 2 4 0 143 121 4 1 0 3 2 0 281 134 4 0 0 2 3 0 197 93 3 1 0 2 3 0 179 123 1 3 0 1 4 0 108 167 3 1 0 0 5 0 97 139 1 2 0 1 4 0 91 113 4 0 0 0 4 1 99 123 1 4 0 2 2 0 100 116 1 2 1 1 4 0 92 156 2 2 0 3 2 0 137 151 3 1 0 1 5 0 216 191 1 3 0 4 1 0 193 187 3 1 0 1 3 2 240 193 2 1 1 3 2 0 107 145 3 1 0 1 4 0 143 187 4 1 0 4 1 1 208 141 1 4 0 3 2 0 153 168 1 4 0 3 3 0 178 244 1 4 0 1 5 0 182 246 0 4 0 1 6 0 84 290 4 2 0 0 5 0 181 202 1 2 1 2 4 1 144 173 4 1 0 3 2 0 259 191 2 3 0 2 4 0 291 255 3 2 0 2 4 0 164 193 1 2 0 4 4 0 187 209 1 4 0 2 4 0 163 186 2 3 0 2 2 0 175 181 5 0 0 3 3 0 249 229 5 1 0 2 3 0 291 235 3 2 0 4 2 0 298 180 5 0 0 3 3 0 297 252 4 1 0 2 4 0 308 281 1 4 0 2 4 0 241 340 4 2 0 1 4 0 254 239 2 3 0 4 2 0 261 217 3 3 0 1 4 0 240 264 5 1 0 3 2 0 279 200 2 4 0 3 2 0 244 191 4 2 0 3 2 0 398 246 5 1 0 5 2 0 461 413 3 3 0 1 4 0 255 383 1 4 0 2 4 0 220 368 1 4 0 1 5 0 192 370 3 3 0 3 3 0 373 270 5 1 0 4 2 0 408 300 5 1 0 3 3 0 363 260 4 2 0 1 4 0 272 211 3 4 0 1 4 0 257 324 7 0 0 2 4 0 344 247 4 2 0 4 3 0 324 257 4 2 0 4 3 0 405 307 6 0 0 0 5 0 343 286

* — Yankee Conference Champions # — Yankee Conference Co-Champions % — Yankee Conference Tri-Champions $ — Atlantic 10 New England Division Champions ^ — BIG EAST Conference Co-Champions The Yankee/Atlantic 10 Conference began championship play in 1947 and UConn competed in the leagues until 1999. The Huskies joined the BIG EAST conference in 2004. Complete records regarding home and away contests are available starting with the 1947 season.


All-Time Coaches And C a p t a i n s Captains History

All-Time Coaching Records Year 1896-97 1898 1899-1901 1902-05 1906-07 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915-16 1919 1920 1921-22 1923-33 1934-49 1950-51 1952-63 1964-65 1966-70 1971-72 1973-76 1977-82 1983-93 1994-98 1999-2010

Head Coach Games No Coach 15 E.S. Mansfield 3 T.D. Knowles 26 E.O. Smith 28 George H. Lamson 13 W.F. Madden 8 S.F.G. McLean 8 M.F. Claffey 7 Leo Hafford 5 A.J. Sharadin 6 P.T. Brady 8 Dave Warner 3 John F. Donahue 16 Roy J. Guyer 8 Ross Swartz 8 Wilder Tasker 17 Sumner A. Dole 89 J.O. Christian 121 Arthur L. Valpey 16 D. Robert Ingalls 106 Richard E. Forzano 18 John L. Toner 47 Robert F. Casciola 18 Larry L. Naviaux 43 Walt Nadzak 65 Tom Jackson 119 Skip Holtz 57 Randy Edsall 144 1022

W 10 0 18 14 4 4 3 1 0 3 5 3 2 2 1 5 36 66 7 49 7 20 9 18 24 62 34 74 481

L T PCT. 5 0 .667 3 0 .000 7 1 .712 13 1 .538 9 0 .308 3 1 .562 5 0 .375 5 1 .215 5 0 .000 3 0 .500 3 0 .625 0 0 1.000 14 0 .125 6 0 .250 6 1 .187 8 4 .412 39 14 .483 51 4 .562 9 0 .438 54 3 .477 10 1 .417 24 3 .458 8 1 .531 24 1 .430 39 2 .385 57 0 .521 23 0 .596 70 0 .649 503 38 .489

Guyer

Dole

Christian

Valpey

Ingalls

Forzano

Toner

Casciola

Naviaux

Nadzak

Jackson

Holtz

Edsall

Year 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

Captains R.D. Beardsley N.J. Webb W. Pettee J.H. Blakeslee J.H. Blakeslee A.N. Clark A.J. Averill C.H. Welton C.H. Welton H.B. Risley, R.G. Tyron C.S. Watrous O.P. Burr J.H. Conzelman H.J. Bothfield F.L. McDonough A.L. Howard A.W. Howard J.A. Morgan J.A. Morgan Walter Ackerman Edward Renehan Captain-Elect: S.T. DeWolfe No Football Played H.A. Hapwood Arthur Mitchell Arthur Mitchell M. Daley Martin O’Neill Martin O’Neill Carl B. Brink John J. Daly Willard C. Eddy Andrew M. Sayers C.P. Hawkins Charles E. Murphy Robert J. Rebman Franklin Pierce Edward W. Coss Michael Cronin Reuben Johnson Harold Helmboldt Robert J. Grosch Anthony Panciera, Leonard Posner 1939 Herbert Peterson 1940 Robert Donnelly, Stanley Papanos 1941 Albert Atwood, Howard Mohr, Everett Paine 1942 Richard Aubrey, John Toffolon 1943 Captain-Elect: C. Molloy 1944 William Anderson 1945 Russell Hunter 1946 Charles Molloy, Albert Jorgensen 1947 John Brink, Alfred Yukna 1948 William Moll 1949 Charles Wolfe, George Blueher 1950 Charles Christensen, Thadeus Sobieski 1951 Mario Frattiroli, Domenic Rosa 1952 Irving Panciera, Rocco Murano 1953 Edward Mahoney, Raymond Luciani 1954 Buddy Amendola, John Cunningham 1955 Buddy Amendola 1956 Norm Gerber, Lewis Mooradian 1957 Lewis Mooradian, Leonard King 1958 Paul Scagnelli, William Wallner 1959 J.Berry O’Connell, Joseph Llodra 1960 Bill Minnerly, Thomas Kopp 1961 Fred W. Stackpole 1962 John Contoulis 1963 David Korponai 1964 Richard Kupec

Year Captains 1965 John Billingslea, Gerard McWeeny 1966 Eugene Campbell, John Stoddard 1967 Roy Lawrence, Mark Malek 1968 Henry Palasek, Benjamin DeGenova 1969 Tony Casarella, Ralph Tiner 1970 Vin Clements, Brian Hermes 1971 Steve Rosenblatt, James Pisciottano 1972 Brian Herosian, Greg Andrews 1973 Rich Foye, Barry Krom 1974 Don Thompson, Bill Maver 1975 Allan MacLellan, Rich Fenton 1976 Bernie Palmer, Kirk Ferentz 1977 Bob Farbotko, Roger Ings 1978 Robin Anderson, Bill Leahy, Dennis O’Connell 1979 Mark Flood, Tom Ney, Ted Walton, Peter LaMagna 1980 Reggie Eccleston, Dan Palombo, Darrell Wilson 1981 Ken Sweitzer, Dewey Raymond 1982 Mike Muha, Steve Michalewicz 1983 John Dorsey, Vernon Hargreaves, Mike Gasparino 1984 Matt Latham, Dave Gracon, Barry Wood 1985 Jerry McIntosh, Mike McNamara, Craig Primiani 1986 Game Captains 1987 Game Captains 1988 Game Captains 1989 Abbott Burrell, Mike Coleman, Matt DeGennaro 1990 Matt DeGennaro, Mike Rembish 1991 Robert Belcuore, Mark Didio, Lyndon Johnson, Doug Harkins 1992 Mark Chapman, Dave Daignault, Alex Davis, Doug Harkins 1993 Paul Duckworth, Sherrard Joseph 1994 Damon Lewis, Brian Reid, Paul Zenkert 1995 Wilbur Gilliard, Brian Gleason 1996 Brian Arnold, Kevin Bannister, Richard Connors 1997 Brad Keatley 1998 Dennis Callaghan, Phil Hunt, Eric Rogers, Shane Stafford 1999 Mike Burton, Chad Cook, Jeff DeLucia 2000 Dan Deignan 2001 C.J. Hessel, Roy Hopkins, Jamal Lundy, Kamari Stroman 2002 Tommy Collins, Jamal Lundy, Greg Smoot 2003 Shaun Feldeisen, Sean Mulcahy, Uyi Osunde 2004 Alfred Fincher, Ryan Krug, Dan Orlovsky 2005 James Hargrave, Deon McPhee 2006 Allan Barnes, Terry Caulley, Rhema Fuller, Jahi Smith 2007 Darius Butler, Dan Davis, Keith Gray, D.J. Hernandez, Danny Lansanah, Larry Taylor 2008 Cody Brown, Darius Butler, D.J. Hernandez, Tyler Lorenzen 2009 Desi Cullen, Scott Lutrus, Robert McClain, Anthony Sherman 2010 Scott Lutrus, Zach Hurd, Kendall Reyes, Anthony Sherman 2011 Kashif Moore, Moe Petrus, Kendall Reyes, Blidi WrehWilson

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All-Time Res u l t s 1896 5-3

Date

Oct. 3 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

1902 Score

16-6 6-22 16-0 6-0 0-4 16-8 4-0 0-16

Result

W L W W L W W L

Opponent

Rockville H.S. Norwich Academy Willimantic YMCA Willimantic YMCA Middletown H.S. Willimantic H.S. Willimantic H.S. Middletown H.S.

1897 5-2

Date

Oct. 2 Oct. 6 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Nov. 6

4-12 16-0 10-8 10-4 22-8 0-36 30-0

Result

L W W W W L W

0-3, Coach: E.S. Mansfield

Opponent

Norwich Academy Willimantic YMCA New London A.C. Willimantic H.S. Rhode Island at Massachusetts Willimantic YMCA

Score

0-17 0-43 0-29

Result

L L L

6-2, Coach: T.D. Knowles

Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 23 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Opponent

Willimantic H.S. Norwich Academy Willimantic H.S.

Score

12-0 5-0 24-0 26-0 6-34 12-5 17-0 5-23

Result

W W W W L W W L

Opponent

Rockville H.S. Willimantic Bus. Coll. Norwich Academy Wilbraham at Massachusetts Springfield College Rhode Island Waterbury YMCA

1900

4-3-1, Coach: T.D. Knowles Date

Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 18 Oct. 21 Nov. 3 Nov. 24

Score

6-0 33-0 0-6 43-0 6-17 11-0 5-5 0-17

Result

W W L W L W T L

Opponent

Hartford H.S. Willimantic YMCA Trinity at Rhode Island Massachusetts Taft School Springfield College Waterbury YMCA

1901

8-2, Coach: T.D. Knowles Date

Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 16

Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 22

Score

0-6 16-0 28-0 0-48 5-6 12-6 23-0

Result

L W W L L W W

Score

0-17 17-0 17-0 28-0 27-0 6-0 21-11 0-33 10-6 17-0

Result

L W W W W W W L W W

1909 Opponent

Hartford H.S. Norwich Academy Willimantic Hustlers Springfield College Williston Wesleyan Aca­­­­­­demy Westerly H.S.

1903 Date

Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 14 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 2 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

Score

30-0 6-0 6-5 5-6 0-24 0-11 0-33 6-11

Result

W W W L L L L L

Opponent

Willimantic H.S. Hartford H.S. Pomfret School Springfield H.S. Williston Wesleyan Academy Friends School Rhode Island

1904

1899 Date

Date

3-5, Coach: E.O. Smith Score

1898 Date

4-3, Coach: E.O. Smith

5-3-1, Coach: E.O. Smith Date

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 26 Oct. 31 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Score

0-23 12-5 11-0 11-0 6-36 17-0 0-5 16-6 10-10

Result

L W W W L W L W T

Date

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 14 Nov. 11

Score

0-21 0-38 17-0 10-0

Result

L L W W

Opponent

Springfield College Hartford H.S. Rockville Town Cushing Academy Williston Wesleyan Academy Springfield H.S. Norwich Academy Rhode Island

Opponent

Springfield College Wesleyan New Britain H.S. Springfield H.S.

2-4, Coach: George H. Lamson Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 17

Score

5-11 0-15 0-40 29-0 16-5 0-4

Result

Hartford H.S. Willimantic YMCA Rockville Regulars Middletown H.S. Rhode Island Pomfret School Wilbraham Williston Norwich Academy Willimantic YMCA

L L L W W L

2-5, Coach: George H. Lamson Date

Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 23

New Britain H.S. Hartford H.S. New Hampshire Norwich Academy W. Holyoke H.S. Worcester H.S.

Score

0-25 0-17 0-41 4-33 39-0 28-0 0-42

Result

L L L L W W L

4-3-1, Coach: W.F. Madden Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

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Result

L W W W L L L L

1-5-1, Coach: M.F. Claffey Date

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 4 Nov. 19

Score

0-16 0-30 0-16 12-0 0-33 0-22 0-0

Result

L L L W L L T

0-5, Coach: Leo Hafford Date

Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 20 Nov. 11

Score

36-0 0-21 0-16 16-0 65-0 0-0 23-0 10-12

Result

W L L W W T W L

Opponent

Cushing Academy Fort Mitchell Jewett City Bridgewater Trinity Boston College at Rhode Island Norwich Academy

Opponent

Springfield College Wesleyan Williston Rockville H.S. Rhode Island Norwich University Boston College

Score

0-56 0-49 3-11 0-32 3-18

Result

L L L L L

Opponent

Wesleyan Tufts Williston Hotchkiss Monson

1912

3-3,  Coach: A.J. Sharadin Date

Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16

Score

26-0 3-0 0-40 0-19 12-7 0-13

Result

W W L L W L

Opponent

Norwich Academy Rockville Ind. Worcester Academy Williston Fort Wright Boston College

1913 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 No.v 22

Score

23-0 0-40 32-0 7-0 47-7 52-0 7-28 0-47

Result

W L W W W W L L

3-0, Coach: Dave W. Warner Opponent

Cushing Academy Wesleyan Springfield College Williston Norwich Academy New London A.C. at Rhode Island

Opponent

Rockville H.S. Springfield College Worcester Academy Cushing Academy Wesleyan Boston College Wesleyan Academy Rhode Island

Date

Opponent

Bulkeley H.S. (N.I.) Dean Academy Norwich Academy Monson Rockville H.S. Conn. Literary Inst. Stevens Inst. Boston College

Score

12-0 19-0 17-9

Result

W W W

Opponent

Norwich Academy Fort Wright Williston

1915

1-7, Coach: John F. Donahue Date

Oct. 23 Nov. 13

Score

0-7 3-14 0-18 0-35 7-9 18-0 6-17 6-7

Result

L L L L L W L L

Opponent

Worcester Poly. Stevens Inst. New Hampshire Fordham Rhode Island Springfield College Columbus University Boston College

1916

1-7, Coach: John F. Donahue Date

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 28

The Huskies went 8-2 in 1901.

0-45 49-0 34-0 21-6 0-65 0-17 0-51 0-7

1914

1908 Date

Score

1910

Date Opponent

1907 Opponent

Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

5-3, Coach: P.T. Brady

1906 Date

Date

1911

1905

2-2, Coach: E.O. Smith

3-5,  Coach: S.F.G. McLean

Score

0-7 0-7 0-12 10-20 6-13 0-25 3-19 17-7

Result

L L L L L L L W

Opponent

at Holy Cross at Wesleyan at Massachusetts Vermont at Rhode Island New Hampshire Stevens Inst. Norwich


All-Time R e s u l t s 1923

3-4-1, Coach: Sumner A. Dole Date

Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

Score

13-0 0-14 0-7 0-0 0-13 19-0 6-12 7-0

Result

W L L T L W L W

1929 Opponent

Trinity Tufts Maine New Hampshire Norwich University City College of N.Y. St. Stephen’s at Rhode Island

1924

6-0-2, Coach: Sumner A. Dole Date

Connecticut’s 1924 team was 6-0-2 and considered to be among the finest in the nation by The New York Times.

1917

No Football Played

Date

1919

2-6, Coach: Roy J. Guyer Score

0-13 7-15 0-6 0-35 0-69 7-33 7-0 7-3

Result

L L L L L L W W

Opponent

New Hampshire at Massachusetts Trinity Stevens Inst. at Holy Cross New York Aggies Boston University at Rhode Island

1920

1-6-1,  Coach: Ross Swartz Date

Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 20

Score

0-14 0-28 6-9 0-7 0-40 0-28 63-0 0-0

Result

L L L L L L W T

Opponent

Trinity at Massachusetts Worcester Poly. Lowell Textile New Hampshire Boston University St. Stephen’s Rhode Island

1921

3-2-3, Coach: Wilder Tasker Date

Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Coll. Nov. 19

Score

0-13 0-0 21-0 7-7 27-14 39-14 0-0 21-27

Result

L T W T W W T L

Opponent

Massachusetts Trinity St. Stephen’s Lowell Textile Worcester Poly. St. Lawrence Penn. Military at Rhode Island

1922

2-6-1, Coach: Wilder Tasker Date

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 18

12-10 0-0 3-0 6-3 21-0 0-0 26-0 22-0

Result

W T W W W T W W

3-5-1, Coach: Sumner A. Dole

No Football Played

Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 8 Nov. 22

Score

Score

0-14 0-13 6-13 7-24 19-7 26-3 12-12 0-10 7-12

Result

L L L L W W T L L

Opponent

Maine Tufts at Massachusetts Springfield Trinity Worcester Poly. St. Stephen’s Providence Rhode Island

Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

Score

7-3 0-23 0-7 0-13 3-0 19-0 3-17 0-0 7-13

Result

W L L L W W L T L

Opponent

at Massachusetts Tufts at Maine New Hampshire Norwich Springfield Trinity Rhode Island

Score

13-0 13-6 0-21 34-0 3-0 68-0 26-6 33-0

Result

W W L W W W W W

Wesleyan New York University Maine Massachusetts Tufts Manhattan New Hampshire at Rhode Island Rensselaer

Score

38-0 19-0 13-14 21-31 9-6 28-6 25-12 0-12 0-19

Result

W W L L W W W L L

Score

Oct. 11 Nov. 15

0-19 0-13 6-16 0-25 13-0 0-33 0-0

Score

33-0 0-0 0-0 6-0 20-0 0-0 24-0 13-51

Result

W T T W W T W L

Opponent

Amherst at Wesleyan Maine Tufts Coast Guard Vermont New Hampshire at Rhode Island

Result

L L L L W L T

at Wesleyan at Massachusetts at Maine Trinity New Hampshire Cooper Union Rensselaer Rhode Island

Score

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 14

6-6 7-0 0-8 7-0 7-7 0-0 0-49 0-14

Coast Guard at Wesleyan Maine Springfield New Hampshire Lowell Textile Trinity at Rhode Island Boston College

Opponent

Wesleyan at Maine Lowell Textile Vermont Coast Guard New Hampshire Rhode Island at Boston College

Albright at Maine Trinity Tufts Coast Guard New Hampshire Rhode Island

Result

T W L W T T L L

Opponent

Arnold Wesleyan Maine Trinity Tufts Coast Guard New Hampshire at Rhode Island

1932

Score

Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Nov. 12

0-13 2-24 0-39 0-7 6-22 0-0 19-19 0-43

Result

L L L L L T T L

Opponent

at Maine at Wesleyan Massachusetts Trinity Tufts Coast Guard Rhode Island New Hampshire

1933 Date

Opponent

Opponent

1931

Score

Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Nov. 11

19-6 6-36 0-19 7-40 0-42 0-13 0-0 7-20

Result

W L L L L L T L

Opponent

Cooper Union Vermont at Wesleyan at Massachusetts Tufts Trinity Coast Guard at Rhode Island

1934

1-7, Coach: J.O. Christian Date

4-1-3, Coach: Sumner A. Dole Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Date

Date Opponent

1928 Date

L W W L W W L L

1-6-1, Coach: Sumner A. Dole

5-4, Coach: Sumner A. Dole Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Result

1-5-1, Coach: Sumner A. Dole

Date Opponent

1927 Date

0-7 13-0 20-7 0-7 19-0 34-0 0-7 6-19

0-6-2, Coach: Sumner A. Dole

7-1, Coach: Sumner A. Dole Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Score

Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Nov. 16

2-3-3,  Coach: Sumner A. Dole

1926 Date

Date

1930

1925

1918 Date

Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

4-4, Coach: Sumner A. Dole

Score

Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Nov. 10

0-7 0-22 0-14 6-7 0-14 0-25 13-0 0-19

Result

L L L L L L W L

Opponent

American Int’l Amherst Wesleyan Massachusetts Tufts Trinity Coast Guard Rhode Island

1935

2-4-1, Coach: J.O. Christian Date

Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Nov. 9

Score

0-0 0-6 12-25 7-6 13-26 7-0 0-7

Result

T L L W L W L

Opponent

Northeastern at Wesleyan at Massachusetts Worcester Poly. Trinity Coast Guard at Rhode Island

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All-Time Res u l t s 1936

7-2, Coach: J.O. Christian Date

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

Score

27-0 0-3 13-0 19-6 0-8 45-12 33-0 14-13 52-6

Result

W L W W L W W W W

Opponent

Brown Wesleyan Massachusetts Worcester Poly. Trinity Coast Guard Rhode Island at Northeastern Norwich

1937

6-2-1, Coach: J.O. Christian Date

Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Nov. 6

Score

0-20 6-17 36-7 21-6 15-0 20-7 13-7 0-0 76-0

Result

L L W W W W W T W

Opponent

Brown at Wesleyan at Massachusetts Worcester Poly. Trinity Middlebury at Rhode Island Coast Guard Norwich

1938

4-3, Coach: J.O. Christian Date

Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Nov. 5

Score

13-6 19-0 0-13 13-0 20-21 25-6 0-10

Result

W W L W L W L

Opponent

Date

Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 11

Score

14-0 6-9 7-6 7-20 25-7 20-0 20-14 0-41

Result

W L W L W W W L

Date

Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 9

Score

10-9 13-0 6-0 13-6 6-7 7-45 12-13 0-9

Result

W W W W L L L L

Date

Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Score

0-7 6-8 0-7 13-14 25-8 7-0 0-6 7-32

Result

L L L L W W L L

Date

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Nov. 7

Score

0-34 26-0 7-20 26-7 21-14 32-0 13-6 16-0

Result

L W L W W W W W

Date

Score

27-0 0-6 13-7 10-0 21-0 15-0 52-0 14-0

Result

W L W W W W W W

Opponent

Coast Guard Massachusetts Wesleyan at Maine Buffalo Rutgers Rhode Island New Hampshire

Opponent

Coast Guard at Massachusetts at Wesleyan Maine Springfield Middlebury at Rhode Island Rutgers

Opponent

Maryland Massachusetts Wesleyan at Maine Springfield Middlebury Rhode Island Coast Guard

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Opponent

Norwich Bates Middlebury Brooklyn City College of N.Y. Brooklyn City College of N.Y. Norwich

1945

7-1, Coach: J.O. Christian Date

Oct. 20 Nov. 10

Score

46-0 28-6 0-19 18-12 33-6 33-0 53-0 54-0

Result

W W L W W W W W

Date

Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 9

Score

0-7 25-0 2-7 21-20 0-10 27-13 33-0 12-12

Result

L W L W L W W T

4-4, Coach: J.O. Christian Date

Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Score

13-33 14-6 0-12 7-13 25-7 14-0 23-0 6-14

Result

L W L L W W W L

Worcester Poly. Middlebury Franklin & Marshall at Maine Lehigh Amherst Maine Boston University

Date

Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Nov. 6 Nov. 20

Score

0-7 7-10 34-6 6-49 34-7 28-6 7-20 26-42

Result

L L W L W W L L

Opponent

at Harvard Springfield at Wesleyan Maine Lehigh Coast Guard at Rhode Island New Hampshire

at Brown at Springfield Wesleyan at Maine Champlain at Coast Guard Rhode Island New Hampshire

Opponent

at Yale Springfield Maine at Brown Champlain at Rhode Island at New Hampshire Kent State

4-4-1 overall, 2-0 in Yankee Conference Coach: J.O. Christian Score

Result

Sept. 24 0-26 L 14-0 W 7-26 L Oct. 15 12-12 T 125-0 W Oct. 29 0-27 L Nov. 5 23-0 W 27-7 W 12-43 L Yankee Conf. Co-Champion

0-25 14-25 20-14 13-12 7-16 14-7 7-21 7-14

Result

L L W W L W L L

Opponent

at Yale American Int’l Ohio Wesleyan at Springfield Maine New York University at New Hampshire at Rhode Island

1951

4-4 overall, 2-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Arthur L. Valpey Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

Score

27-14 6-7 7-0 19-49 6-20 20-0 0-6 21-6

Result

W L W L L W L W

Opponent

Delaware at Williams Springfield at Maine at Buffalo New Hampshire American Int’l Rhode Island

1952 Date

Score

Result

Sept. 20 13-34 L Sept. 27 47-7 W Oct. 4 26-13 W Oct. 11 13-7 W Oct. 18 25-13 W Oct. 25 16-12 W Nov. 1 13-21 L Nov. 8 25-28 L Yankee Conf. Co-Champion

Opponent

at Yale Buffalo Massachusetts Maine at Delaware at New Hampshire at Brown at Rhode Island

1953 Opponent

1949 Date

Score

5-3 overall, 3-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls

1948

3-5, Coach: J.O. Christian

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11

Date Opponent

1946

1947

Coast Guard at Wesleyan at Massachusetts Maine at Buffalo Lowell Textile at Rhode Island Brown

1942

6-2, Coach: J.O. Christian

Date

7-1, Coach: J.O. Christian

Opponent

1941

2-6, Coach: J.O. Christian

1944

3-5 overall, 0-3 in Yankee Conference Coach: Arthur L. Valpey

4-3-1, Coach: J.O. Christian

1940

4-4, Coach: J.O. Christian

1950

No Football Played

Wesleyan Massachusetts at Maine Middlebury Rhode Island Coast Guard New Hampshire

1939

5-3, Coach: J.O. Christian

1943

Opponent

at Yale American Int’l at Springfield at Maine Newport N.T.S. at Kent State Rhode Island New Hampshire at Ohio Wesleyan

3-4-1 overall, 2-1-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

Score

0-32 41-0 26-6 18-18 7-30 6-0 7-42 13-19

Result

L W W T L W L L

Opponent

at Yale at Massachusetts St. Lawrence at Maine Delaware New Hampshire at Brown Rhode Island

1954

1-8 overall, 0-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Sept. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Score

0-27 13-41 13-20 13-41 7-28 0-34 20-19 0-20 26-46

Result

L L L L L L W L L

Opponent

at Yale Boston University at Massachusetts Maine at Delaware at New Hampshire Northeastern at Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1955

4-4 overall, 2-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Score

Result

0-14 L 10-7 W 18-13 W 0-13 L 14-26 L 20-7 W Cancelled 0-25 L 6-0 W

Opponent

at Yale at Boston University UMass at Maine at Delaware New Hampshire at Northeastern Rhode Island Holy Cross


All-Time R e s u l t s 1956

6-2-1 overall, 3-0-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Score

Result

Sept. 22 12-41 L Sept. 29 14-19 L Oct. 6 27-7 W Oct. 13 71-6 W Oct. 20 13-7 W Oct. 27 26-14 W Nov. 3 0-0 T Nov. 10 26-0 W Nov. 17 51-6 W Yankee Conference Champion

Opponent

Springfield at Yale Rutgers at Massachusetts Maine Delaware at New Hampshire Northeastern at Rhode Island

1957

5-4-1 overall, 3-0-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Score

Result

Sept. 21 14-19 L Sept. 28 0-27 L Oct. 5 7-14 L Oct. 12 19-6 W Oct. 19 19-0 W Oct. 26 13-9 W Nov. 2 18-0 W Nov. 9 46-14 W Nov. 16 0-0 T Nov. 23 7-32 L Yankee Conf. Co-Champion

Opponent

at Springfield at Yale at Rutgers Massachusetts at Maine Delaware New Hampshire at Northeastern Rhode Island at Boston University

1958

7-3 overall, 4-0 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Score

Result

Sept. 20 41-14 W Sept. 27 6-8 L Oct. 4 55-6 W Oct. 11 28-14 W Oct. 18 21-6 W Oct. 25 0-28 L Nov. 1 34-0 W Nov. 8 38-14 W Nov. 15 36-8 W Nov. 22 22-36 L Yankee Conference Champion

Opponent

Springfield at Yale American Int’l at Massachusetts Maine at Delaware at N. Hampshire Northeastern at Rhode Island Boston University

1959

5-4 overall, 3-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Score

Result

Sept. 19 35-8 W Sept. 26 0-2 L Oct. 3 8-20 L Oct. 10 26-0 W Oct. 17 18-15 W Oct. 23 7-8 L Oct. 31 39-38 W Nov. 7 30-2 W Nov. 14 34-0 W Yankee Conference Champion

Opponent

Springfield at Yale at Rutgers Massachusetts at Maine at Boston University New Hampshire at Northeastern Rhode Island

Score

Result

Sept. 24 8-11 L Oct. 1 6-19 L Oct. 8 31-0 W Oct. 15 30-2 W Oct. 22 31-24 W Oct. 29 9-17 L Nov. 5 16-14 W Nov. 12 42-6 W Nov. 19 6-30 L Yankee Conf. Co-Champion

Opponent

at Yale Rutgers at Massachusetts Maine at Buffalo at New Hampshire Boston University Rhode Island at Holy Cross

2-7 overall, 2-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

Score

0-18 12-35 13-31 0-2 7-30 30-23 6-14 37-0 3-14

Result

L L L L L W L W L

Opponent

at Yale at Rutgers Massachusetts at Maine Buffalo New Hampshire at Boston University at Rhode Island Holy Cross

1962

3-6 overall, 2-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Score

14-18 15-9 6-16 14-6 0-34 0-7 7-13 27-0 14-36

Result

L W L W L L L W L

Opponent

at Yale Rutgers at Massachusetts Maine at Delaware at New Hampshire Boston University Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1963

2-6 overall, 1-3 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Score

Result

0-3 L 7-9 L 3-21 L 12-35 L 14-26 L 21-6 W 22-0 W 12-13 L Cancelled

1964

4-4-1 overall, 2-1-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Richard E. Forzano Date

Score

Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

6-21 3-9 0-30 14-13 25-7 0-0 17-16 28-7 6-20

Result

L L L W W T W W L

Opponent

at Yale at Rutgers at Massachusetts Maine Temple at New Hampshire Boston University Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1965

1961

Date

6-3 overall, 4-0 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert Ingalls Date

1960

Opponent

at Yale at Temple Massachusetts at Maine Delaware New Hampshire at Boston University at Rhode Island Holy Cross

3-6 overall, 2-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Richard E. Forzano Date

Score

Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

13-6 8-17 7-20 6-24 11-12 27-0 14-15 14-0 0-22

Result

W L L L L W L W L

Opponent

at Yale Rutgers Massachusetts at Maine Temple New Hampshire at Boston University at Rhode Island Holy Cross

1966

2-6-1 overall, 2-2-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: John L. Toner Date

Score

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

0-16 10-14 6-12 20-19 25-35 15-14 16-30 0-0 0-16

Result

L L L W L W L T L

Opponent

at Yale Vermont at Massachusetts Maine at Temple at New Hampshire Boston University Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1967

5-4 overall, 4-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: John L. Toner Date

Score

Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

17-6 6-14 14-35 21-0 18-38 20-19 12-21 26-18 3-0

Result

W L L W L W L W W

Opponent

at Vermont at Yale Massachusetts at Maine Davidson New Hampshire at Boston University at Rhode Island Holy Cross

1968

4-6 overall, 4-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: John L. Toner Date

Score

Result

Sept. 20 21-0 W Sept. 28 14-31 L Oct. 5 10-17 L Oct. 12 18-30 L Oct. 19 29-0 W Oct. 26 27-20 W Nov. 2 23-33 L Nov. 9 15-27 L Nov. 16 35-6 W Nov. 23 24-27 L Yankee Conf. Co-Champion

Opponent

Vermont at Yale at New Hampshire at Davidson Maine at Massachusetts Boston University at Rutgers Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1969

5-4 overall, 3-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: John L. Toner Date

The 1959 Huskies won the Yankee Conference Championship.

Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

Score

26-6 19-15 6-14 28-7 7-28 21-37 28-22 25-15 33-43

Result

W W L W L L W W L

Opponent

at Vermont at Yale New Hampshire at Maine Massachusetts at Boston University Rutgers at Rhode Island Baldwin-Wallace

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All-Time Res u l t s 1970

4-4-2 overall, 4-0-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: John L. Toner Date

Score

Result

Sept. 19 47-0 W Sept. 26 0-10 L Oct. 3 27-14 W Oct. 10 23-41 L Oct. 17 45-13 W Oct. 24 21-21 T Oct. 31 9-34 L Nov. 7 15-28 L Nov. 14 33-12 W Nov. 21 20-20 T Yankee Conference Champion

Opponent

Vermont at Yale at New Hampshire at Temple Maine at Massachusetts Boston University at William & Mary Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1971

5-3-1 overall, 3-1-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert F. Casciola Date

Score

Result

Sept. 18 7-20 L Sept. 25 0-23 L Oct. 2 28-21 W Oct. 9 0-38 L Oct. 16 21-7 W Oct. 23 3-3 T Oct. 29 14-10 W Nov. 13 10-6 W Nov. 20 24-17 W Yankee Conf. Co-Champion

Opponent

at Vermont at Yale New Hampshire Temple at Maine Massachusetts at Boston U. at Rhode Island Holy Cross

1972

4-5 overall, 4-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Robert F. Casciola Date

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

Score

7-0 7-28 10-7 7-32 31-9 16-49 13-21 42-21 10-20

Result

W L W L W L L W L

Opponent

Vermont at Yale at New Hampshire Delaware Maine at Massachusetts at Rutgers Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1973

8-2-1 overall, 5-0-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Larry L. Naviaux Date

Score

Result

Sept. 15 20-22 L Sept. 22 26-14 W Sept. 29 27-13 W Oct. 6 7-3 W Oct. 13 7-35 L Oct. 20 30-3 W Oct. 27 28-6 W Nov. 3 27-19 W Nov. 10 19-10 W Nov. 17 7-7 T Nov. 24 10-9 W Yankee Conference Champion

Opponent

Lehigh at Vermont at Yale New Hampshire at Delaware at Maine Massachusetts Rutgers at Boston U. at Rhode Island Holy Cross

1974

4-6 overall, 3-3 in Yankee Conference Coach: Larry L. Naviaux Date

Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Score

36-22 7-20 41-24 6-15 0-7 10-9 9-7 17-27 13-14 14-23

Result

W L W L L W W L L L

Opponent

Vermont at Yale at New Hampshire Delaware Maine at Massachusetts at Rutgers Boston University Rhode Island at Holy Cross

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1975

4-7 overall, 3-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Larry L. Naviaux Date

Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov.1 Nov. 7 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Score

7-55 14-35 10-14 0-29 14-0 14-29 8-35 52-10 21-10 35-14 3-13

Result

L L L L W L L W W W L

Opponent

at Navy at Yale New Hampshire at Delaware at Maine Massachusetts Rutgers at Boston U. at Rhode Island Holy Cross Virginia Military

1976

2-9 overall, 2-3 in Yankee Conference Coach: Larry L. Naviaux Date

Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Score

7-13 3-21 10-21 21-24 0-38 13-24 28-6 6-30 40-11 14-17 40-41

Result

L L L L L L W L W L L

Opponent

at Colgate Navy at Yale at New Hampshire at Rutgers Maine at Massachusetts Delaware Boston University Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1977

1-10 overall, 1-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Walt Nadzak Date

Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Score

0-49 7-38 12-23 7-42 18-42 7-9 0-10 0-28 23-21 7-14 3-14

Result

L L L L L L L L W L L

Opponent

at Lehigh at Navy at Yale New Hampshire Rutgers at Maine Massachusetts at Delaware at Boston U. at Rhode Island Holy Cross

1978

4-7 overall, 3-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Walt Nadzak Date

Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Nov. 28 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

Score

21-19 3-27 0-30 7-21 17-25 0-10 49-7 10-17 27-20 31-6 16-20

Result

W L L L L L W L W W L

Opponent

Northeastern William & Mary Navy at Yale at New Hampshire at Rutgers Maine at Massachusetts Boston University Rhode Island at Holy Cross

1979

3-6-2 overall, 3-1-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Walt Nadzak Date

Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 28 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 27

Score

10-26 10-21 17-24 3-3 14-26 19-7 24-0 13-13 12-16 10-9 12-28

Result

L L L T L W W T L W L

Opponent

at Army at Navy at Yale New Hampshire Rutgers at Maine Massachusetts at Virginia Military at Boston U. at Rhode Island Holy Cross

1980

7-3 overall, 3-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Walt Nadzak Date

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Score

20-10 38-7 34-6 10-20 24-21 18-17 14-13 21-39 24-28 56-30

Result

W W W L W W W L L W

Opponent

at New Hampshire Bucknell at Northeastern at Yale Colgate at Holy Cross Maine at Massachusetts Boston University Rhode Island

1981

4-7 overall, 1-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Walt Nadzak Date

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 27

Score

27-7 31-3 18-27 24-28 17-21 44-24 31-10 24-29 20-37 29-34 26-35

Result

W W L L L W W L L L L

Opponent

at Bucknell Northeastern at Yale New Hampshire at Lehigh Holy Cross at Maine Massachusetts at Boston U. at Rhode Island Delaware

1982

5-6 overall, 3-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Walt Nadzak Date

Score

Result

Sept. 11 17-31 L Sept. 18 24-17 W Sept. 25 17-7 W Oct. 2 20-17 W Oct. 9 12-16 L Oct. 16 7-10 L Oct. 23 7-21 L Oct. 30 14-30 L Nov. 6 13-10 W Nov. 13 26-21 W Nov. 26 7-13 L Yankee Conference Co-Champion

Opponent

at Colgate Northeastern at Yale at New Hampshire Lehigh at Holy Cross Maine at Massachusetts Boston University Rhode Island at Delaware

1983

5-6 overall, 4-1 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Score

Result

Sept.10 5-22 L Sept. 17 7-28 L Sept. 24 38-12 W Oct. 1 9-7 W Oct. 8 7-13 L Oct. 15 16-20 L Oct. 22 31-26 W Oct. 29 16-6 W Nov. 5 7-17 L Nov. 12 18-17 W Nov. 19 33-41 L Yankee Conference Co-Champion

Opponent

at Rutgers at Northeastern at Yale New Hampshire at Lehigh Holy Cross at Maine Massachusetts at Boston U. at Rhode Island Colgate

1984

3-8 overall, 1-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

Score

3-9 7-10 41-14 20-0 12-13 13-20 0-41 10-13 21-16 17-21 19-29

Result

L L W W L L L L W L L

Opponent

at Colgate Lehigh Morgan State at Yale at New Hampshire at Lafayette at Holy Cross Maine (OT) at Massachusetts Boston University Rhode Island


All-Time R e s u l t s 1993

6-5 overall, 5-3 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Score

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

The 1998 Huskies were the first-ever UConn team to play in the postseason as they advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs.

17-26 24-23 45-34 25-14 27-28 14-17 17-20 14-13 21-3 41-9 16-30

4-5 overall, 1-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

Score

Result

27-13 W 28-24 W Cancelled 8-10 L 14-24 L 22-2 W 3-28 L 7-21 L 24-3 W 42-56 L

Opponent

Northeastern at Lehigh at Yale New Hampshire Delaware St. Holy Cross at Maine Massachusetts at Boston U. at Rhode Island

1986

8-3 overall, 5-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Score

Result

Sept. 13 20-9 W Sept. 20 29-22 W Sept. 27 17-12 W Oct. 4 19-42 L Oct. 11 31-32 L Oct. 18 26-20 W Oct. 25 35-19 W Nov. 1 24-7 W Nov. 8 7-35 L Nov. 15 21-14 W Nov. 22 20-17 W Yankee Conference Co-Champion

Opponent

Central Conn. Richmond at Yale at New Hampshire at Delaware St. at Northeastern Maine Boston University at Delaware Rhode Island (OT) at Massachusetts

1987

7-4 overall, 5-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Score

38-21 12-20 27-30 21-14 7-31 21-17 28-32 34-23 20-19 52-7 31-21

Result

W L L W L W L W W W W

Opponent

Southern Conn. Northeastern at Yale at Richmond at Boston U. Massachusetts at Maine Villanova Delaware at Rhode Island New Hampshire

1988

7-4 overall, 4-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Score

35-12 20-27 41-0 25-24 14-21 35-14 28-21 45-0 21-20 15-20 19-21

Result

W L W W L W W W W L L

Opponent

Richmond at New Hampshire at Yale at Northeastern Villanova at Massachusetts Maine Southern Conn. at Delaware at Boston U. Rhode Island

1989

8-3 overall, 6-2 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Score

Result

Sept. 9 27-9 W Sept. 16 30-31 L Sept. 23 20-10 W Sept. 30 31-20 W Oct. 7 35-41 L Oct. 14 39-33 W Oct. 21 8-30 L Oct. 28 13-3 W Nov. 4 21-17 W Nov. 11 38-30 W Nov. 18 35-28 W Yankee Conference Tri-Champions

Opponent

Central Conn. at SMU New Hampshire at Yale at Villanova (6 OT) Massachusetts (OT) at Maine at Richmond Delaware Boston University at Rhode Island

1990

6-5 overall, 5-3 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

Score

16-21 21-48 7-24 44-7 24-22 19-38 35-20 42-24 21-35 28-21 51-21

Result

L L L W W L W W L W W

Opponent

New Hampshire at North Carolina at William & Mary at Yale Villanova at Massachusetts Maine Richmond at Delaware at Boston U. Rhode Island

1991

3-8 overall, 2-6 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Score

24-35 16-21 19-35 13-35 34-20 26-21 20-41 35-34 18-49 26-29 10-20

Result

L L L L W W L W L L L

Opponent

Furman at New Hampshire Lehigh at Villanova at Yale Massachusetts at Maine at Richmond Delaware Boston U. (2OT) at Rhode Island

1992

5-6 overall, 4-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Tom Jackson Date

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Score

13-14 24-21 13-16 40-20 20-27 7-20 37-30 30-28 7-33 25-30 38-0

Result

L W L W L L W W L L W

Opponent

New Haven at New Hampshire at Northeastern Yale Villanova at Massachusetts Maine Richmond at Delaware at Boston U. Rhode Island

L W W W L L L W W W L

Opponent

at Furman N. Hampshire (2 OT) James Madison at Yale Towson State at Villanova Massachusetts at Maine at Richmond at Rhode Island Boston University

1994

4-7 overall, 4-4 in Yankee Conference Coach: Skip Holtz Date

1985

Result

Score

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

7-16 21-31 36-21 19-20 17-28 26-10 31-35 33-16 9-26 20-48 21-13

Result

L L W L L W L W L L W

Opponent

Nicholls State Troy State Richmond at New Hampshire at Yale Villanova Maine Rhode Island at Boston U. at James Madison at Massachusetts

1995

8-3 overall, 5-3 in Yankee Conference Coach: Skip Holtz Date

Score

Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

23-21 54-9 26-25 39-20 14-13 31-30 19-24 9-10 28-17 16-24 20-7

Result

W W W W W W L L W L W

Opponent

New Hampshire Central Conn. Buffalo at Yale at Villanova at Maine at Rhode Island Northeastern Boston University at James Madison Massachusetts

1996

5-6 overall, 3-5 in Yankee Conference Coach: Skip Holtz Date

Score

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

20-3 21-19 13-21 42-6 27-38 16-17 forfeit 16-24 45-10 6-14 38-39

Result

W W L W L L W L W L L

Opponent

at Buffalo Northeastern at New Hampshire at Yale Villanova Maine Rhode Island Hofstra at Boston U. James Madison at Massachusetts

1997

7-4 overall, 4-4 in Atlantic 10 Coach: Skip Holtz Date

Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

Score

38-26 35-31 28-0 55-0 47-49 17-38 37-21 45-7 29-37 49-16 18-21

Result

W W W W L L W W L W L

Opponent

Northeastern at Hofstra at Yale Buffalo at Maine (3 OT) William & Mary Rhode Island Boston University at Delaware at Massachusetts New Hampshire

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All-Time Res u l t s 1998

10-3 overall, 6-2 in Atlantic 10 Coach: Skip Holtz Date

Score

Result

2003

9-3 overall, Coach: Randy Edsall Date Opponent

Sept. 5 45-35 W at Colgate Sept. 19 35-27 W Maine Sept. 26 63-21 W at Yale Oct. 3 20-34 L at New Hampshire Oct. 10 40-18 W Hofstra Oct. 17 44-41 W Massachusetts (OT) Oct. 24 31-17 W Rhode Island Oct. 31 32-22 W at Northeastern Nov. 7 17-59 L Delaware Nov. 14 34-26 W at William & Mary Nov. 21 28-27 W at UMass Nov. 28 42-34 W Hampton (NCAA) Dec. 5 30-52 L at Ga. Southern (NCAA) NCAA I-AA Playoff Quarterfinalists Atlantic 10 New England Division Champions

4-7 overall, 3-5 in Atlantic 10 Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Score

Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

17-56 14-45 23-0 34-20 20-9 45-48 14-48 21-28 29-24 18-43 20-62

Result

L L W W W L L L W L L

Opponent

at Hofstra at Kentucky Buffalo at Maine Rhode Island Villanova (3 OT) at James Madison Richmond Northeastern New Hampshire at Massachusetts

2000

3-8 overall, Coach: Randy Edsall Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Score

25-32 37-7 24-21 27-35 22-41 3-55 38-35 13-21 10-66 21-26 0-29

Result

L W W L L L W L L L L

Opponent

at Eastern Mich. Colgate at Buffalo Northeastern at Louisville at Boston College at Akron South Florida Middle Tenn. Rhode Island at Ball State

2001

2-9 overall. Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Score

10-52 17-35 20-37 20-19 19-0 21-40 5-10 28-45 31-38 14-38 7-56

Result

L L L W W L L L L L L

Opponent

at Virginia Tech (9) Eastern Wash. Buffalo at Rutgers Eastern Michigan at South Florida Ball State at Cincinnati Utah State at Middle Tenn. at Temple

2002

6-6 overall, Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Score

16-24 14-31 24-3 37-19 21-24 14-48 24-38 24-28 61-14 63-21 38-0 37-20

Result

L L W W L L L L W W W W

Opponent

at Boston College Georgia Tech at Buffalo Ohio Ball State (OT) at Miami (Fla.) (1) Temple at Vanderbilt Florida Atlantic Kent State at Navy at Iowa State

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34-10 48-21 14-24 38-7 13-47 35-17 24-31 34-31 38-37 41-27 38-31 51-17

Result

W W L W L W L W W W W W

Opponent

Indiana at Army Boston College at Buffalo at Virginia Tech (5) Lehigh at N.C. State at Kent State (OT) Akron Western Michigan Rutgers at Wake Forest

2004

8-4 overall, 3-3 in BIG EAST Coach: Randy Edsall Date

1999

Date

Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Score

Score

Result

Sept. 4 52-14 W Sept. 11 22-20 W Sept. 17 7-27 L Sept. 25 40-3 W Sept. 30 29-17 W Oct. 13 19-31 L Oct. 23 45-31 W Oct. 30 30-42 L Nov. 13 10-30 L Nov. 20 29-0 W Nov. 25 41-35 W Dec. 27 39-10 W Motor City Bowl (Detroit, Mich.)

Opponent

Murray State Duke at Boston College Army Pittsburgh West Virginia (17) Temple at Syracuse at Georgia Tech Buffalo at Rutgers vs. Toledo

2005

5-6 overall, 2-5 in BIG EAST   Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Oct. 7 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 2 Nov. 12 Nov. 26 Dec. 3

Score

38-0 59-0 13-28 47-13 26-7 17-28 24-26 13-45 0-24 15-10 20-30

Result

W W L W W L L L L W L

Opponent

Buffalo Liberty at Georgia Tech (16) at Army Syracuse at Cincinnati Rutgers at West Virginia (16) at Pittsburgh South Florida Louisville (16)

2006

4-8 overall, 1-6 in BIG EAST Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Aug. 31 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 20 Oct. 29 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

Score

52-7 13-24 14-7 17-41 16-38 21-7 11-37 13-24 46-45 14-20 23-26 17-48

Result

W L W L L W L L W L L L

Opponent

Rhode Island Wake Forest at Indiana Navy at South Florida Army West Virginia (4) at Rutgers (15) Pittsburgh (2OT) at Syracuse Cincinnati at Louisville (6)

2007

9-4 overall, 5-2 in BIG EAST Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Score

Result

Opponent

Sept. 1 45-14 W at Duke Sept. 8 38-0 W Maine Sept. 15 22-17 W Temple Sept. 22 34-14 W at Pittsburgh Sept. 29 44-10 W Akron Oct. 13 16-17 L at Virginia Oct. 19 21-17 W Louisville Oct. 27 22-15 W USF (11) Nov. 3 38-19 W (16) Rutgers Nov. 10 3-27 L (16) at Cincinnati Nov. 17 30-7 W (25) Syracuse Nov. 24 21-66 L (20) at West Virginia (4) Dec. 29 10-24 L vs. Wake Forest Meineke Car Care Bowl (Charlotte, N.C.) BIG EAST Co-Champions

2008

8-5 overall, 3-4 in BIG EAST Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Score

Result

Opponent

Aug. 28 35-3 W Hofstra Sept. 6 12-9 W at Temple (OT) Sept. 13 45-10 W Virginia Sept. 19 31-28 W Baylor Sept. 26 26-21 W Louisville Oct. 4 12-38 L (24) at North Carolina Oct. 18 10-12 L at Rutgers Oct. 25 40-16 W Cincinnati Nov. 1 13-35 L West Virginia Nov. 15 39-14 W at Syracuse Nov. 23 13-17 L at South Florida Dec. 6 10-34 L Pittsburgh (23) Jan. 3 38-20 W vs. Buffalo International Bowl (Toronto, Ont.)

2009

8-5 overall, 3-4 in BIG EAST Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Score

Result

Opponent

Sept. 5 23-16 W at Ohio Sept. 12 10-12 L North Carolina (19) Sept. 19 30-22 W at Baylor Sept. 26 52-10 W Rhode Island Oct. 10 21-24 L at Pittsburgh Oct. 17 38-25 W Louisvlle Oct. 24 24-28 L at West Virginia (23) Oct. 31 24-28 L Rutgers Nov. 7 45-47 L at Cincinnati (5) Nov. 21 33-30 W at Notre Dame (2OT) Nov. 28 56-31 W Syracuse Dec. 5 29-27 W South Florida Jan. 2 20-7 W South Carolina Papajohns.com Bowl (Birmingham, Ala.)

2010

8-5 overall, 5-2 BIG EAST Coach: Randy Edsall Date

Score

Result

Opponent

Sept. 4 10-30 L at Michigan Sept. 11 62-3 W Texas Southern Sept. 18 16-30 L at Temple Sept. 25 45-21 W Buffalo Oct. 2 40-21 W Vanderbilt Oct. 8 24-27 L at Rutgers Oct. 23 0-26 L at Louisville Oct. 29 16-13 W West Virginia (OT) Nov. 11 30-28 W Pittsburgh Nov. 20 23-6 W at Syracuse Nov. 27 38-17 W Cincinnati Dec. 4 19-16 W at USF Jan. 1 20-48 L (25) vs. Oklahoma (9) Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (Glendale, Ariz.) BIG EAST Conference Co-Champions (BCS Representative) Number in front of opponent in parenthesis indicates UConn ranking in weekly Associated Press national poll; number at end of opponent indicates opponent ranking.


All-Tim e S e r i e s School

Games

Record First Meeting

Last Meeting Last UConn Win

School

Games

Record First Meeting

Last Meeting Last UConn Win

Akron 3 Albright 1 American International 5 Amherst 3 Army 5 Arnold 1 Baldwin-Wallace 1 Ball State 3 Bates 1 Baylor 2 Boston College 12 Boston University 45 Bridgewater State 1 Brooklyn College 2 Brown 7 Bucknell 2 Buffalo 18 Central Connecticut 3

3-0 0-1 2-3 1-2 4-1 0-0-1 0-1 0-3 0-1 2-0 0-10-2 20-25 1-0 2-0 1-6 2-0 14-4 3-0

2000 1930 1934 1929 1979 1931 1969 2000 1944 2008 1908 1919 1909 1944 1936 1980 1939 1986

2007 1930 1958 1945 2006 1931 1969 2002 1944 2009 2004 1997 1909 1944 1953 1981 2010 1995

2007 None 1958 1945 2006 None None None None 2009 None 1997 1909 1944 1936 1981 2010 1995

Michigan 1 Middle Tennessee 2 Middlebury 6 Morgan State 1 Murray State 1 Navy 7 New Hampshire 71 New Haven 1 New York University 3 Nicholls State 1 North Carolina 3 North Carolina State 1 Northeastern 23 Norwich 8 Notre Dame 1 Ohio 2 Oklahoma 1 Penn. Military College 1

0-1 0-2 6-0 1-0 1-0 1-6 29-36-6 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-3 0-1 17-5-1 6-2 1-0 2-0 0-1 0-0-1

2010 2000 1937 1984 2004 1975 1906 1992 1919 1994 1990 2003 1935 1910 2009 2002 2011 1921

2010 2001 1945 1984 2004 2006 1999 1992 1950 1994 2009 2003 2000 1944 2009 2002 2011 1921

None None 1945 1984 2004 2002 1995 None 1950 None None None 1999 1944 2009 2009 None None

Champlain Cincinnati City College of NY Coast Guard Colgate Columbus University Cooper Union Davidson Delaware Delaware State Duke Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Florida Atlantic Fordham Franklin and Marshall Furman Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Hampton Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Indiana Iowa State James Madison Kent State Kentucky Lafayette Lehigh Liberty Louisville Lowell Tech Maine Manhattan Maryland Massachusetts Miami (Fla.)

2-0 2-5 3-0 13-1-4 3-4 0-1 2-0 0-2 7-20 0-2 2-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-3 1-0 0-1 3-2 8-19-1 2-0 1-0 1-4 2-2 0-1 0-1 3-8 1-0 3-4 2-1-2 39-31-3 1-0 0-1 33-36-2 0-1

1947 2001 1923 1927 1976 1915 1926 1967 1951 1985 2004 2000 2001 2002 1915 1945 1991 1998 2002 1998 1946 1996 1916 2003 2002 1993 1948 1999 1984 1945 2005 2000 1920 1922 1925 1942 1897 2002

1948 2010 1944 1947 2000 1915 1933 1968 1998 1986 2007 2001 2001 2002 1915 1945 1993 1998 2005 1998 1946 2008 1985 2006 2002 1999 2003 1999 1984 2003 2005 2010 1939 2007 1925 1942 1999 2002

1948 2010 1944 1947 2000 None 1933 None 1989 None 2007 2001 None 2002 None None None None None 1998 None 2008 1985 2006 2002 1993 2003 None None 2003 2005 2009 1939 2007 1925 None 1998 None

Pittsburgh Providence Rensselaer Rhode Island Richmond Rutgers St. Lawrence South Carolina South Florida Southern Connecticut Southern Methodist Springfield College Stevens Institute Syracuse Temple Texas Southern Toledo Towson State Trinity Troy State Tufts Utah State Vanderbilt Vermont Villanova Virginia Virginia Military Virginia Tech Wake Forest Wesleyan (Conn.) Wesleyan (Ohio) West Virginia Western Michigan William & Mary Williams Worcester Polytechnic Yale

4-3 0-1 1-1 51-35-8 9-1 9-21 2-0 1-0 4-4 2-0 0-1 10-12-2 0-4 4-3 4-8 1-0 1-0 0-1 7-10-1 0-1 1-8-2 0-1 1-1 9-4 4-7 1-1 0-1-1 0-2 1-2 9-16 1-1 1-6 1-0 1-4 0-1 6-2 17-32

2004 1922 1925 1897 1986 1940 1921 2010 2000 1987 1989 1899 1913 2004 1963 2010 2004 1993 1900 1994 1911 2001 2002 1916 1987 2007 1975 2001 2003 1905 1949 2004 2003 1970 1951 1915 1948

2010 1922 1926 2009 1999 2010 1953 2010 2010 1988 1989 1959 1919 2010 2010 2010 2004 1993 1937 1994 1934 2001 2010 1974 1999 2008 1979 2003 2007 1947 1950 2010 2003 1998 1951 1945 1998

2010 None 1926 2009 1994 2007 1953 2010 2010 1988 None 1959 None 2010 2008 2010 2004 None 1937 None 1925 None 2010 1974 1995 2008 None None 2003 1940 1950 2010 2003 1998 None 1945 1998

2 7 3 18 7 1 2 2 27 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 5 28 2 1 5 4 1 1 11 1 7 5 73 1 1 71 1

7 1 2 94 10 30 2 1 8 2 1 24 4 7 12 1 1 1 18 1 11 1 2 13 11 2 2 2 3 25 2 7 1 5 1 8 49

2011 opponents in bold

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All-Time Let t e r w i n n e r s

A NAME

YEARS

Abate, Carmine 1946-49 Aceto, Lou 1962-64 Ackell, Kenneth 1975-76 Ackerman, Walter 1913-14 Adams, Charles “Gooch” 1996-97 Adams, Mike 1985-88 Addison, Joe 1977, 79-81 Agbor, Harris 2010 Ahern, Tom 1951 Akowitz, Alfred 1969-71 Alberti, L.C. 1917 Alexander, Louis 1919-20 Alfaro, Robert 1997-98 Allard, Gerald 1924-25 Allard, Norm 1953-55 Allard, Ovilla 1931-32 Allen, Lou 1971-73 Allen, Lou 2005-07 Allen, Michael 1982-84 Allen, Willard Harry 1915 Alterman, Nathan 1932-33 Alu, Frank 1949, 52 Amendola, Bonaventure “Buddy” 1952-53, 55 Amendola, David 1985-87 Anastasio, Ronald 1956-57 Anderson 1915 Anderson, Charles 1924-26 Anderson, Deon 2002-04, 06 Anderson, Gilbert 1950-51 Anderson, Robin 1975-78 Anderson, William 1944 Andrews, Greg 1970-72 Androsko, Walter 1938-40 Angelone, Allen 1978-81 Angeski, John 1961 Anglim, Pat 1984-87 Anoai, Afa 2004 Antonez, Peter 1942 Antrum, Glenn 1985-88 Antrum, Terry 1983, 85-87 Applebaum, Matt 2005-06 Appleby, Jason 1991-94 Arcaro, Antonio 1968, 70 Arcelaschi, Andrew 1944, 45 Arison, Alan 1979 Arison Algird 1953-54 Armour, William 1968 Arnold, Brian 1993-96 Arnold, Francis 1958 Arntsen, Leonard 1942, 46 Aschenbach, Walter 1926, 27 Ashley, Elmore 1920-21 Ashley, Troy 1986-89 Ashman, Elmore 1920-21 Ashmead, Matt 2006-07 Atkinson, Chris 1994-95 Atkinson, Tony 2003 Atwood, Albert 1939, 41 Aubrey, Richard 1940-42 Aubry 1910 Aulick, Alfred 1913 Austin, Larry 1994-95

B

Bacewicz, Joseph Bacewicz, Robert Bachonski, Tom Bagsby, Aaron Bailey, Brandon Bailey, Gary

1971-72 1971-72 1990-93 2008-09 1994-95 1991-93

HOMETOWN

New Britain, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Danbury, Conn.

Reading, Pa. Providence, R.I. Conway, S.C. Mesquite, Texas Hamden, Conn.

Windsor, Conn. Attawaugan, Conn. Windsor, Conn. Salem, Conn. East Brunswick, N.J. Danbury, Conn. Ansonia, Conn. Derby, Conn. Bethany, Conn. Port Chester, N.Y.

Providence, R.I. Cromwell, Conn. Cambridge, Mass. Bogalusa, La. Wallingford, Conn. Stratford, Conn. Stamford, Conn. Bethlehem, Pa. Ansonia, Conn. Ansonia, Conn. Yardley, Pa. Quaker Hill, Conn. Princeton, N.J. Fairfield, Conn. Stratford, Conn. Norwood, Mass. Vernon, Conn.

Jersey City, N.J. Miami, Fla. Cinnaminson, N.J. Brunswick, Ga.

Coatesville, Pa.

Enfield, Conn. Enfield, Conn. North Brunswick, N.J. Henderson, Nev. Sidman, Pa. New Canaan, Conn.

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Bailey, James 1972-73 Brooklyn, N.Y. Baker, Barry 1974-76 Milford, Conn. Balok, John 1923-24 Baltimore, Terry 2006-08 Central Nyack, N.Y. Banaszewski, Stanley 1954-56 Meriden, Conn. Bannister, Kevin 1994-95 Danbury, Conn. Banno, James 1970-72 Waterbury, Conn. Banovetz, Matthew 1949-50 Elu, Minn. Baran, Peter 1987-90 Bethel, Conn. Barbarito, Pete 1960-61 Hamden, Conn. Barksdale, Anthony 2005-06 Farmingdale, N.Y. Barnes, Allan 2003-06 Starke, Fla. Barney, Daniel 1972 Lunenburg, Mass. Barone, Tony 1977 Hartford, Conn. Barrett, James 1978-81 Olyphant, Pa. Barry, Peter 1944, 46-48 Barry, Robert 1950-51 Hartford, Conn. Basile, Daniel 1940-41 Baxter, William 1919-20 Baylor, Cedric 2003 Highland Springs, Va. Bayuck, Leonard 1936-37 Bazan, Henry 1954-56 Chicopee, Mass. Beal, Steve 1976-79 Pawcatuck, Conn. Beatty, Alan 1966 Bound Brook, N.J. Beatty, William 2005-08 York, Pa. Bechtel, Eric 1987 Weston, Conn. Bedard, Martin 2006-08 Laval, Que. Beirne, John 1963-64 Milford, Conn. Belardinelli, Ned 1975-77 Danbury, Conn. Belcuore, Rob 1989-92 Livingston, N.J. Bell, James 1960-62 Yonkers, N.Y. Bellamy, Chris 2001, 03-04 New Britain, Conn. Ben, Mike 1951-53 Wallingford, Conn. Benson, Evan 2000-01 Marietta, Ga. Bently 1914 Benton, Cornelius 1987-91 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Berry, Craig 2004-05 North Haledon, N.J. Bertolini, Mario 1954 East Haven, Conn. Berube, Nick 2003 Enfield, Conn. Bettencourt, Joe 1950-52 New Bedford, Mass. Billingslea, John 1963-65 Meriden, Conn. Bird, Martin 1973-75 Simsbury, Conn. Birtwell, Bill 1959 Arlington, Mass. Bishop, Dave 1959-61 Chicopee, Mass. Bitgood, Paul 1923-25 Black, Dwaun 1999, 00, 02 Duquesne, Pa. Blackney, Gary 1964-65 Plainview, N.Y. Blagman, Ray 2004-06 Roosevelt, N.Y. Blake, John 1948-49 West Haven, Conn. Bleuher, George 1946-49 Winsted, Conn. Blumberg, Martin 1960-61 Stamford, Conn. Boas, Henry 1920 Boath, George W. 1983 Ansonia, Conn. Boehle, Bill 1954-56 Meriden, Conn. Bolan, Harold 1921 Bond, Carl 1995-98 West Haven, Conn. Bonislawski, Matt 2003-06 Natrona Heights, Pa. Bonvouloir, Raoul 1947-48 Hartford, Conn. Booker, Raymond (Phil) 1953-54 Stamford, Conn. Booth, William 1939-40 Boothe, George 1986-88 Edison, N.J. Bornhurst, Robert 1970 Manlius, N.Y. Borowski, Brendan 2004 Cherry Hill, N.J. Boryczewski, Mike 1966-68 Clifton, N.J. Boudreau, Richard 1960-62 Chicopee, Mass. Bourgoin, Bruce 1990-93 West Hartford, Conn. Bousa, Joseph 1953 Bove, Mike 1974-76 Ballston, N.Y. Bowler, Larry 1972 Stamford, Conn. Boyle, Phil 1964 Wilmington, Del. Bracken, Mark 1979-80 Pittsburgh, Pa. Bradford, Carl 1998-00 Washington, D.C. Branch, Tyvon 2004-07 Cicero, N.Y. Brand, Ronald 1988-90 Paterson, N.J. Branning, R. Scott 1973 Livingston Manor, N.J. Braswell, Robert 1996-99 Landover, Md. Breault, George 1962-64 Naugatuck, Conn. Bredice, Tony 1980 Stratford, Conn. Bree, James 1972, 74-75 Rockville Centre, N.Y. Brennan, Pat 1979-80 Tuscarora, Pa. Brickley, Ray 1969-71 Everett, Mass.

Brink, Carl Brink, John Brockett, Franklin Brockington, Cornell Brooks, Gary Brosnan, Michael Brouse, Steve Brown, Cody Brown, Dennis Brown, Don Brown, Donald Brown, Jeffrey Brown, Ken Browning, Jim Brundage, G. Pierce Brundage, Kenneth Brunelle, James Bryant, Aaron Brynga, Jon Brysgel, Ethan Bucciarelli, Frank Budd, Ed Bundy, Bob Burghardt, Allan Burke, Donald Burkowsky, F.J. Burrell, Abbott Burton, Michael Bushey, Ryan Butler Butler, Darius Butler, Rodney Byrd, Todd

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1923-25 1945-47 1935-36 2003-05 1979-80 1997 2005-08 2005-08 2005 1963-65 2006-08 1974-76 1975-77 1958-60 1941-42 1940 1960-62 2006-08 1979-81 1994 1937 1983-85 1971-73 1978-81 1952 1991-94 1986-89 1996-99 2001-03 1915 2005-08 1996-98 1988-90

Burlington, N.J. Angie, La. Annandale, N.J. Selinsgrove, Pa. Coral Springs, Fla. Miami, Fla. Gill, Mass. Atlantic Highlands, N.J. West Hartford, Conn. Fairfield, Conn. Peacedale, R.I.

New Britain, Conn. New London, Conn. West Hartford, Conn. Newington, Conn. East Hampton, N.Y. Norwich, Conn. West Paterson, N.J. Ansonia, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Greenwich, Conn. Manchester, Conn. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Montville, Conn. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Calin, Pete 1990-93 Willingboro, N.J. Callaghan, Dennis 1995-98 Birmingham, Mich. Callahan, John 1930 Calvino, Gary 1972-74 Wanaque, N.J. Cammuso, Jeff 1998-00 Shrewsbury, Mass. Campbell, Eugene 1964-66 Winston-Salem, N.C. Campbell, Marcus 1995-96 Stratford, Conn. Campbell, Marcus 2007-08 Bloomfield, Conn. Campoli, Mark 1999-00 Edinboro, Pa. Canfield, Robert 1944 Cannon, Nick 1998 West Pittsburgh, Pa. Canzani, Vic 1967-68 Paramus, N.J. Carey, Ezra 2002 Farmingdale, N.J. Carignan, Brad 1985-89 Danbury, Conn. Carlos, Domingos 1981-83 Waterbury, Conn. Carlucci, Domenic 1969-71 Stamford, Conn. Carney, Paul 1935-37 Carrier, Jason 1995 Rumford, Maine Carriere, Jim 1985-88 West Bridgewater, Mass. Carroll, Kevin 1977 Derby, Conn. Carter, Anthony 1996-99 Woodlynne, N.J. Carter, Mark 1985-87 Fayetteville, N.Y. Cary, Andrew 1988-91 Westfield, N.J. Casanova, Vin 1951-54 Branford, Conn. Casarella, Tony 1967-69 Harrison, N.Y. Casparino, Mike 1984 Rocky Hill, Conn. Cass, Charles 1941-42 Cass, William 1949-51 Bristol, Conn. Cassimatis, Dean 1991, 93-94 Smithtown, N.Y. Catapano, Anthony 1975-78 Milford, Conn. Cathey, Peter 1973-75 Levittown, N.Y. Caulley, Terry 2002-03, 05-06 Lusby, Md. Chaban, Norm 1956-58 Dorchester, Mass. Challenger, Clewiston “Clewi” 2002 Stockbridge, Mass. Chandler, Barry 1997-99 Riverhead, N.Y. Chaney, Alvan 1976 New London, Conn. Chanterelle, Jerry 1993-95 Brooklyn, N.Y. Chapin, Oscar 1947-48 Chapman, Mark 1989-92 Walworth, N.J. Chard, Derek 2009-10 Burlington, Conn. Charles, Jeff 1984 New Haven, Conn. Chartier, Norm 1965-66 Danielson, Conn. Chase, John 1977-78 Rockville, Md.


All-Time Letter w i n n e r s Chembrovich, Paul Chernak, Alexander Cheska, Thomas Chien, Mike Chipman Cholawa, Bill Christ, Colin Christen, Chad Christensen, Charles Christiani, Arthur Christiani, Bob Christoforo, Dave Chubbuck, Raymond Chubbuck, Wade Chuckta, Stephen Ciaravino, Tony Ciarcia, Mike Ciccalone, Thomas Cimino, Michael Clang, Robert Clark, Maron Clark, Terry Clark, W.T. Clark, Welton Clarke, Cathlyn Clarke, Chris Clarke, Robert Clarke, Russell Clayton, Murray Cleary, D.J. Clements, Vincent Closs, TaVarr Coen, John Cohen, James Cohen, Jon Colacurio, Edward Cole, Anthony Cole, Charles Cole, Ernest Coleman, Daniel Coleman, Mike Coles, Adam Coles, Jeff Collins, Tommy Comkowycz, Stephen Comstock, Howard Conforti Connell, Vernon Conner, Warren Connolly, Pete Connor, Paul Connors, Richard Conroy, Thomas Constantine, Anthony Contoulis, John Conway, Brendan Cook, Chad Cook, Fred Cook, Justin Cooke, William Corbett, John Corbo, Joe Corn, Larry Cornelius, Jodie Correia, Mark Coss, Edward Cotter, James Cotton, Nate Coughlin, John Coury, Moe Coutant, Ryan Coviello, Donado Cox, Mike Crisco, Joseph Crisp, John Cronin, Bernard Cronin, Robert Croog, Ralph Crowley, James Cruz, Amado Cuddy, James

1945 New Haven, Conn. 1947-48 Bridgeport, Conn. 1966 Wantagh, N.Y. 1989 Sunrise, Fla. 1910, 12-13 1981-84 Norwich, Conn. 1997-99 Fall River, Mass. 2010 Etters, Pa. 1945-46, 49-50 1976-78 Easton, Conn. 1984-85 Easton, Conn. 1985-87 Northford, Conn. 1928 1933, 37 1949-51 Shelton, Conn. 2006-08 Boca Raton, Fla. 1986-89 Southington, Conn. 1935-37 1938-39 1952-53 Yantic, Conn. 1977-78 Aliquippa, Pa. 1986-89 Syracuse, N.Y. 1915, 17 1920-21 2002-03 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 2000-03 Lafayette, N.J. 1988-92 Danbury, Conn. 1974, 76 New Haven, Conn. 1997-98 Daytona Beach, Fla. 1993, 95-96 Parlin, N.J. 1968-70 Southington, Conn. 1994-97 Hartford, Conn. 1992-93 Cherry Hill, N.J. 1961 Brooklyn, N.Y. 1992-93, 95 Marlton, N.J. 1926-28 1974-76 Hammonton, N.J. 1947 2003-06 Upper Marlboro, Md. 1977 Waterbury, Conn. 1987-89 Schenectady, N.Y. 2000-03 Gladesville, Australia 1994-95 Philadelphia, Pa. 1999-02 Jacksonville, Fla. 1945-48 Shelton, Conn. 1941 1935 1939 1962 Danbury, Conn. 1993-96 New Fairfield, Conn. 1972-74 Rockland, Mass. 1994-96 Seymour, Conn. 1958-60 South Portland, Maine 1958, 60 New London, Conn. 1960-62 New London, Conn. 1973 Norwalk, Conn. 1996-99 Oxon Hill, Md. 1931 2000-01 Parsons, Kan. 1971 Albany, N.Y. 1978-79 Waltham, Mass. 1973-74 Waterbury, Conn. 1981-84 New Rochelle, N.Y. 1955 Hartford, Conn. 1979-82 New Bedford, Mass. 1931-33 1945 1984-87 West Haven, Conn. 1962, 64 Somerville, Mass. 1956, 57 Winsted, Conn. 1993-96 Cheshire, Conn. 1963 Milford, Conn. 2007, 09 West Hempstead, N.Y. 1956-57 New Haven, Conn. 1967, 69 Lexington, Mass. 1958-59 Worcester, Mass. 1932-34 1934 1912, 14-15 1964 Hartford, Conn. 1940-42

Cudgma, Dan Cullen, Desi Cully, Steve Cummings, Alan Cunningham, Francis Cunningham, John Curtis Cusick, William Cutaia, Matt

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D’Agata, Matt D’Agostino, Tony D’Avolio, Gary Dabney, Kijuan Daignault, David Daly, John Daly, Maurice Dandridge, Leonard Daniels, Scott Danisavage, Victor Darby, Steve David, Walter Davies, Albert Davis Davis, Alex Davis, Anthony Davis, Dan Davis, Jemal Davis, Jon Day, Larry DeArmas, Dave DeBenedictis, Albert Debish, Dave DeCambre, Mark DeCaprio, Alfonzo Decarli, Earl Dee, John DeGennaro, Matt DeGenova, Benjamin DeGraffe, Herb Deignan, Dan Delahunt, John Delaporta, Richard Deleston, Dahna Dellaselva, Jason DeLucia, Jeff DeLucia, Joseph Demers, Clifford Demers, Kenneth Derfuss, Corey DeRoche, Gerald DeRosa, Anthony DeRubertis, Justin DeSantis, Phil DeSarno, Tom DeVito, Nick Dewar, Nollis DeWitt, James DeWolf DeZenzo, Frank Diaz, Luis Dickerson, Robert Dickinson Dickinson, E.N. Didio, Mark Difton, Dwayne DiGiorno, Jim DiLeo, Vin Dillon, Brandon Dinerman, Jason Dion, William Diotalevi, Gene Dippel, Joe Dippre, Chris Dixon, Andre Dixon, Davion Dixon, Stephen DiYeso, Billy

1984, 86 2006-09 2000-02 1966-67 1939-40 1952-54 1910 1977 2001-04

Branford, Conn. Louisville, Ky. New Hartford, N.Y. Branchville, N.J. Greenwich, Conn. Northboro, Mass. Webster, N.Y.

2006 McLean, Va. 1982-84 Belleville, N.J. 1957-59 East Boston, Mass. 2007-08, 10 Houston, Texas 1989-92 Lincoln, R.I. 1924-26 1920-22 1991-94 Avenel, N.J. 1984-87 Bethel, Conn. 1945 1997-00 Shelton, Conn. 1963 East Meadow, Conn. 1953 Wallingford, Conn. 1915 1989-92 West Haven, Conn. 2007-09 Germantown, Md. 2004-07 Plainfield, N.J. 1991-94 New London, Conn. 1993 Simsbury, Conn. 1956-58 Orange, Mass. 1993-95 Adelphi, Md. 1965-67 Peekskill, N.Y. 1978-79, 81 Ansonia, Conn. 1976-77 Cambridge, Mass. 1931 1940-42 1987-90 Holtsville, N.Y. 1987-90 Union, N.J. 1966-68 Massapequa, N.Y. 1975-77 Portsmouth, N.H. 1997-00 Coral Springs, Fla. 2009-10 Ottawa, Ont. 1945 New London, Conn. 2005-08 East Hartford, Conn. 2000-02 Cheshire, Conn. 1997-99 New Haven, Conn. 1962-63 Cheshire, Conn. 1963-64 Hartford, Conn. 1969 West Hartford, Conn. 1997-00 Melbourne, Fla. 1971 Stratford, Conn. 1930, 33 2005-06 Bethel, Conn. 1957-58 Putnam, Conn. 1991-93 Pompton Lakes, N.J. 1976 Stamford, Conn. 2005 Windsor, Conn. 1966-68 Oakdale, N.Y. 1915 1944, 46-48 1979-82 West New York, N.J. 1939 1932 1914, 17 1988-91 Syracuse, N.Y. 2010 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 1953-55 Worcester, Mass. 1981-82 Ossining, N.Y. 2007, 09 Rochester, N.Y. 1997 Brooklyn, Conn. 1952-54 Hartford, Conn. 1953-55 Derby, Conn. 1975-76 Warehouse Point, Conn. 1996-97 Scranton, Pa. 2007-09 New Brunswick, N.J. 2000 Hartford, Conn. 1965-67 Dorchester, Mass. 1966-68 Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Dlubac, T.J. Dobieiko, Alexander Dole, Roderick Donahue, Cornelius Donahue, Thomas Donato, Lou Donnelly, Robert D’Onofrio, Pat Donovan, Matt Dooling, Gerry Doran, Philip Dorsey, John Dorvil, Sam Doty, Thomas Dougherty, Jim Dow, E. Dow, Gardner Draper, Dave Drayton, Rashad Dripchak, William Driscoll, Donald Driscoll, John Drivas, Harry Dropo, Milton Dropo, Walter Dubiel, Joe DuBose, Gary Dubrow, Arthur Duchaine, Ray Duckworth, Paul Dudley, David Duncan, Vinal Dunn, David Dunn, Peter Dunn, Steve Dupree, LeAndre

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Easley, Marcus Eccleston, Reggie Eddy, John Eddy, Maxon Eddy, McChesney Eddy, Willard Edwards, Jerome Ellis, Dave Ellis, Mike Emigh, Nicholas Endres, Cody Enholm Enos, Edmund Estep, M.J. Evans, Alvin Eyre, Herbert

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Fabricant, Al Facteau, Bill Faison, Hezekiah Farbotko, Robert Farnham, Elmer Fay, Sean Feinemann, Carl Feldeisen, Shaun Fenton, Rich Ferentz, Kirk Fernandes, Nick Ferraro, David Ferrigno, Anthony Ferrigno, Edward Feschak, Matt Fetchko, John Ficaro, Paul Filmer, Edward

2004 1950 1946-47 1931 1923 1981-84 1938-40 1973 1978-81 1955-56 1967-69 1980-83 2003-04 1961-63 1982 1920 1919 1976 1999-01 1942 1937 1936-37 1955, 58-59 1941-42, 46 1942, 46 1954, 56 1982-84 1931-32 1956 1990-93 1986, 88 1971-72 1985-87 1984-85 1992-93 2001, 03

Middlefield, Conn.

Newington, Conn. Branford, Conn. Little Silver, N.J. Wayne, N.J. Beverly, Mass. Fairhaven, Mass. Leonardtown, Md. Lauderhill, Fla. Ossining, N.Y. Elmira Heights, N.Y. New Haven, Conn. Boylston, Mass. Boston, Mass.

Lowell, Mass. Moosup, Conn. Moosup, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Uncasville, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Danbury, Conn. Meriden, Conn. Waterbury, Conn. Middletown, Conn. Holden, Mass. Stafford Springs, Conn. New Haven, Conn.

2007-09 1976, 79-80 1930-32 1921-24 1922-23 1925-27 1991-94 1972-73 1989 1920-21, 23 2008-09 1910 1954-56 2003-06 1944 1924

Stratford, Conn. New London, Conn.

1982 1988-91 1994-97 1975-77 1912-13 1989-90 1923-24 2001-03 1973-75 1974-76 1981 1981 1948-50 1948-50 1996, 98-99 1972 1996-97 1923-25

West Hartford, Conn. Coral Springs, Fla. Upper Marlboro, Md. West Hartford, Conn.

Stamford, Conn. New London, Conn. Mystic, Conn. Washington, Pa. East Boston, Mass. Mechanicsville, Pa.

Glastonbury, Conn. Stow, Mass. Enfield, Conn. Upper St. Clair, Pa. Onset, Mass. Harrison, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Poland, Ohio Bridgeport, Conn. West Hartford, Conn.

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All- Time Le t t e r w i n n e r s Fincher, Alfred Finkeldey, Drew Finnegan, Lawrence Fischer, Don Fitzpatrick, Joseph Fitzsimmons, John Fleck, Victor Fletcher, John Fletcher, Ryan Flig, Steven Flood, Mark Fodor, John Fogarty, Shane Ford, Donnell Ford, Pat Forlini, Louis Forsythe, Leon Foster, Kevin Fountain, Ed Fox, Alex Fox, Jeff Foye, Richard Francis, W.L. Franks, David Frattoroli, Mario Franz, Tom Frazer, Zach Fredette, Stephen Freeland, Charles French, Herbert Frey, Robbie Friedman, Philip Friend, Kevin Froscio, Raymond Frost, Bob Fuller, Rhema

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Gadbois, Stu Gaffney, Doug Gagne, Roger Gale, Peter Gallaher, Jeff Gamble, Ron Garofano, Richard Gaskins, Quanear Gasparino, Mike Gasparino, Peter Gates, Frederick Gaudino, Richard Gaulden, Ellis Gauvin, Neil Geary, Jack Geehan Gehret, Cory Geissler, Carl Gerber, Norman Gervasi, Danny Giaquinto, Nick Gibson, Jerry Gibson, Jon Gillardi, John Gilliard, Wilbur Gillis, William Gilman Gilman, Martin Girardin, Henry Gleason, Brian Gleason, Howard Glennan, Russell Godwin, Charles Gold, Joseph Good, Raymond Goode, Thomas Gordon, Robert Gorski, Greg Goryn, Ziggy

2001-04 1982 1967 1966-67 1945 1996-00 1970 2001-04 1998 1969 1977-80 1980-83 2005 2005-07 1966-67 1945-48 1940 1995-98 1986-87 1936 2001-04 1971-73 1917 1985, 87-88 1949-51 1953 2008-10 1972 1999-00 1932 2008-10 1966 2010 1955-57 1959 2003-06

1953 1961-63 1958-60 1990-91 1985-88 1996-99 1964 2004 1981-83 1990-91 1962-63 1947-49 2007-08 1981-83 1982 1910 1982-84 1925-27 1954-56 1960-61 1975-76 1988-91 1980 1980-81 1992-95 1959 1934 1926-28 1990-92 1992-95 1917, 19 1928-30 1956 1933-34 1949-51 1968-70 1938 1969-71 2005

Norwood, Mass. Essex, Conn. Bayonne, N.J. Central Islip, N.Y. Seekonk, Mass. Hull, Mass. Miami, Fla. Glen Cove, N.Y. Far Rockaway, N.Y. Albany, N.Y. Waterford, Conn. Morgantown, W. Va. Dania, Fla. Fair Lawn, N.J. Middletown, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. Deptford, N.J. Plymouth Meeting, Pa. New London, Conn. Waterbury, Conn. Stamford, Conn. South Coventry, Conn. Mechanicsburg, Pa. Athol, Mass. Stafford, Conn. Lehighton, Pa. Elmont, N.Y. Warrentown, Va. Bloomfield, Conn. Harwinton, Conn. Cocoa, Fla.

Salem, Conn. Verona, N.J. Augusta, Maine Virginia Beach, Va. Middletown, Conn. Columbia, Md. Elmsford, N.Y. Allquippa, Pa. Riverside, Conn. Greenwich, Conn. Fairfield, Conn. Manchester, Conn. Tallahassee, Fla. Wethersfield, Conn. Niantic, Conn. Altoona, Pa. Turners Falls, Mass. Caldwell, N.J. Stratford, Conn. Dania, Fla. Edison, N.J. Moosup, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Marblehead, Mass.

Smithtown, N.Y. Sandy Hook, Conn.

Monsey, N.Y. Torrington, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Clark, N.J. Wayne, N.J.

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Goss, Dean Gottfried, Daniel Goudreau, Doc Graby, Nick Gracon, Dave Grady, Raymond Graf, William Grant, Antonio Gratz, Dwayne Gravino, Frank Gray, Harvey Gray, Keith Graziano, Frank Greco, Robert Greco, Salvatore Green Green, Gene Green, Lawrence Green, Terrell Greenhalgh, Dave Greenwood, John Grieve, Richard Griffin, Timothy Griffin, Ryan Grimala, Walter Grimsich, Tim Grinage, Ron Groher, Julius Grosch, Robert Grosso, Mike Groves, John Gruchacz, Paul Gruner, Paul Guglielmo, Anthony Gunther, Randy Gyenizs, Wayne

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Hagan, John Hagel, Harry Hajosy, A. Hakanson, Carl Hale Hall, Graham Hamilton, Clint Hammill, Ching Harger, Sterling Hargrave, James Hargreaves, Vernon Harkins, Doug Harkins, Mike Harper, Jamie Harris Harris, Carlos Harris, Gordon Harris, Robert Harvey, Edward Hassett, Joseph Haversat, Arthur Hawkes, George Hawley, John Healy, Joe Heavey, Joseph Hedgepeth, Rich Heilman, Norman Helmboldt, Harold Henderson, Derek Hendricks, Bill Henegan, Ryan Henrich, Joe Henry, Keron Henry, Mike Herald, Beanie Herbert, Edward Herbst, Harry Herman, Stedman Hermes, Brian Hernandez, Dennis Hernandez, D.J.

1945 1971 2008 2003 1981-84 1936 1919-21 1999 2009-10 1951-52, 54 1924 2005, 08 1976, 78 1935-37 1957 1915 1954-56 2006-07 1983 1978 1941-42 1962-63 1987 2009-10 1933 1983-84 1967 1934-37 1935-37 1970 1992-93 1985 1966-67 1960-61 1982 1958

1953-54 1946-48 1920 1930-31 1915 1949 1996-97 1920 1929-30 2002-05 1980-83 1988-90, 92 1980-83 1996-99 1916 1997-98 1950 1941 1971-72 1963-65 1926-28 1950 1941 1984-86 1944 1974-76 1942 1934-36 1976-78 1981-83 2004-07 1993 2001-04 2002 1970 1945-46 1963 1944-46 1968-70 1976 2005-08

Wellsboro, N.Y. Brookfield, Wisc. Calicoon, N.Y. Ansonia, Conn.

Glen Cove Springs, Fla. Piscataway, N.J. Bridgeport, Conn. Allen, Texas Mount Vernon, N.Y. Wilson, Conn. Hartford, Conn. McKeesport, Pa. Hartford, Conn. Philadelphia, Pa. Hartford, Conn. Fall River, Mass. Loudonderry, N.H. Riverside, Conn. Stratford, Conn.

Hempstead, N.Y. North Branford, Conn. Union, N.J. Kingston, N.Y. Stamford, Conn. Newtown, Conn. Fairfield, Conn.

Stamford, Conn. Middletown, Conn.

Mt. Clements, Mich. Bridgeport, Conn. Pleasantville, N.J. New Haven, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Rome, N.Y. Daytona Beach, Fla.

Groton, Conn. Dennis, Mass.

Ramsey, N.J. Baltimore, Md.

East Orange, N.J. Coatesville, Md. Arlington, Texas Macungie, Pa. Brooklyn, N.Y. Miami, Fla. Newark, N.J. Peekskill, N.Y. Stonington, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn.

Herosian, Brian 1970-72 Auburn, Mass. Herring, Gino 1990-91 Pompano Beach, Fla. Herriott, Kinnan 2001-04 McKeesport, Pa. Hessel, C.J. 1999-01 Fairfield, Conn. Heyl, Geoff 2000-01 Erie, Pa. Hickok, Marc 1999-02 Gloversville, N.Y. Hicks, Mike 2006-08 Seymour, Conn. Hill, Cliff 2000-02 Wallingford, Conn. Hoffmann, Brian 1997-99 Orlando, Fla. Hofmann, Robert 1941 Hogan, Matt 1968-70 Roxbury, Mass. Hogan, William 1970 Roxbury, Mass. Holcomb, William 1936-38 Holland, Melvin 1991 Miami, Fla. Holland, Mike 1992, 94-95 Lynn, Mass. Holley, James 1980 Middletown, Conn. Hollfelder, John 1946-49 New Britain, Conn. Holmes, Lee 1996 Easton, Pa. Holzshu, Richard 1966-67 Pitcairn, Pa. Hooks, Randolph 1969, 71 River Edge, N.J. Hopkins, Gerard 1999 Rochester, N.Y. Hopkins, Roy 19998-99, 01-02 Rochester, N.Y. Hopwood, Harry 1916-17, 19 Horan, Bob 1957-59 Stamford, Conn. Horn, Raymond 1933-34 Horrigan, Edward 1948-49 East Haven, Conn. Horvath, Charles 1939-40 Howard 1910, 12-13 Howard, Jasper 2008-09 Miami, Fla. Hudson, Ricky 1998 Dumfries, Pa. Hugger, Keith 1979-82 Rahway, N.J. Hunt, Phil 1995-98 Orange, N.J. Hunter, Greg 1978, 80 Upper St. Clair, Pa. Hunter, Russell 1944-46 Farmington, Conn. Hurd, Zach 2007-10 Waterford, Conn. Hurley 1949 Hurley, Paul 1999-00 Walpole, Mass. Hussar, Shane 2004-05 Plantation, Fla. Hutcherson, Immanuel 2005-06 Palatka, Fla. Huzar, Bernie 2005 Branford, Conn.

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Iannone, Anthony Ingram, Jerome Ings, Roger Injaychock, Ed Innins, Bob Iovino, Vincent Irwin, Billy

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Jablonski, Robert Jacks, Craig Jackson, Dorrie Jackson, Jeff Jackson, Matt Jackson, Ray Jackson, Rick Jacobs, David Jacobs, Ronald James, Raymond A. James, Raymond T. Jance, William Janiszewski, John Jansen, Mike Jarmoszko, Paul Jean-Louis, Jonathan Jeffers, Terence Jenkins, Scott Jennings, Ted Johnson, Baran Johnson, Eric Johnson, Harry Johnson, Jory Johnson, Kevin

1945 1978-81 1974-76 2002 1970-72 1965-67 2002-04

1958-59 1981-84 1963 1988 1999, 02 1970, 73 1989, 91-92 1974-77 1954 1978-80 1912-15 1936-37 1962-63 1984-87 1987-89 2008-10 2006-07 1984-86 2010 1993-96 1982 1935 2009-10 1985-88

Clifton, N.J. Ansonia, Conn. Willow Grove, Pa. Billerica, Mass. Danbury, Conn. Fairfax, Va.

Indian Orchard, Mass. Clarion, Pa. East Marion, N.Y. Lakehurst, N.J. West Chester, Pa. Newport, R.I. Fanwood, N.J. Oxford, Conn. Brooklyn, N.Y. Bogalusa, La.

Springfield, Mass. Valhalla, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Cambridge, Mass. Lawrenceville, Ga. New Bedford, Mass. Dayton, Ohio Brooklyn, N.Y. Sea Cliff, N.Y. Mobile, Ala. Somerset, N.J.


All-Time Letter w i n n e r s Johnson, Lyndon Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Raheem Johnson, Ron Johnson, Rueben Jones, Brian Jones, Dan Jones, George Jones, Marlon Jones, Trenton Jordan, Tony Jordan, Wilson Jorgensen, Albert Joseph, Jesse Joseph, Sherrard Juall, Don Juan, Henry Juanaszewski, Edmund Jumpp, Recolon Jumpp, Ronel Junior, Jerome Juralewicz, Bernard Juringius, Kenneth

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Kaiser, Alex Kalinowski, Joe Kallgren, Richard Kane, Pete Kanuch, Brad Karl, Terrence Kashama, Hakeem Katzman, Arthur Keating Keatley, Brad Kehoe, Scott Kelleher, Bill Kelley, Bob Kelly, Edwin Kelly, John Kendall Kennedy, Dan Kersmanc, Brian Ketchum Kidd, Brian King, Leonard King, Tyler Kinon, Victor Kitchens, Raymond Kiyokawa, Kay Klarman, Harry Klausner, Mark Klimas, Joe Klinger, Joe Knaut, William Koch, Henry Kodish, Michael Kolb, John Koller, George Konecny, Jonathon Kononitz, Paul Koop, James Kopp, Thomas Korponai, Dave Kosikowsky, Frank Kotin, Ron Koury, Fred Kovacs, Eugene Kozlowski, Brian Kraham, Keith Krakauskas, Joseph Krause, Mitch Kreymborg, Mark Kripas, John Kristensen, Roy Krol, Tom Krom, Barry Krot, John Krug, Ryan

1988-91 1948-50 1997 1973-74 1934 1979 1994-96 1937 2001-02 2000-01 1978-80 1976 1942, 45-46 2009-10 1990, 92-94 1974 1938 1945 1997-98 1997-00 2009 1920-22 1930

2010 1977-79 1948 1992-95 2006-09 1976-77 2000, 02-03 1969 1912 1994-97 1963-65 1953 1954 1984 1932, 34 1910, 12 1990-91 2006 1910 1964-66 1955-57 2001-04 1965-66 1970-71 1944 1954-55 1963 1960-61 1966 1926-28 1939 2004 1929-30 1967-68 1977-78 1958-59 1971 1958-60 1961-63 1936-38 1964-65 1960-62 1941 1989-92 1969-71 1937 1992-94 1972-73 1950-52 1962-63 1985-88 1973 1966-68 2001-04

Norwalk, Conn. Hyattsville, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. New Haven, Conn. New York, N.Y. Scranton, Pa. Jacksonville, Fla. Pittsburgh, Pa. Allentown, Pa. Greenwich, Conn. Laval, Que. Farmingdale, N.J. Wethersfield, Conn.

Lake Mary, Fla. Lake Mary, Fla. Baltimore, Md.

Newington, Conn. Maynard, Mass. Quakertown, Pa. Johnstown, Pa. Sparta, N.J. Brampton, Ont. Franklin Square, N.Y. Clifton Park, N.Y. Walpole, Mass. Putnam, Conn. New York, N.Y.

Edison, N.J. Lancaster, Pa. West Nyack, N.Y. Naugatuck, Conn. North Attleboro, Mass. Fairlawn, N.J. Hartford, Conn. New Haven, Conn. Wallingford, Conn. Branford, Conn. Easton, Conn.

Coral Springs, Fla. Prospect, Conn. Fairfield, Conn. Springfield, Mass. Yonkers, N.Y. Naugatuck, Conn. Stratford, Conn. Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. Webster, N.Y. Chatham, N.Y. Wayne, N.J. Norwalk, Conn. Hartford, Conn. New City, N.Y. E. Longmeadow, Mass. Rhinebeck, N.Y. Seymour, Conn. Pine Beach, N.J.

Krukar, John Kruse, George Kucinskas, Rich Kudla, Raymond Kukulka, Theodore Kunz, John Kupec, Richard Kupfrain, George Kupfrain, Thomas

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LaBella, Anthony LaCourciere, Phil Lafica, Martin LaLima, Dave LaMagdelaine, Alex Lamagna, Peter Landolfi, Mark Lane, John Lane, Peter Lang, Mike Langley, Brian Lansanah, Danny Lantz, Toby Lanzafama, Gary LaPointe Donald Larson, Jeff Lassen, Tim Latham, Matt Latino, Carlo LaVenia, Pete Laverty, John Lawlor, John Lawrence, Matt Lawrence, Roy Leach, Brad Leacock Leahy, William Leak, Darius Leavitt, Earle Lee, Rick Lefebvre, Ernest Legenza, Raymond Leibovitz, Albert Lenchek, Shepard Lenich, Frank Lenkaitis, Jamie Levitow, Lee Lewis, Damon Lewis, Eugene Lewis, Hollis Libutzke, Herman Licata, Joseph Lidwinowicz, Walter Lincoln, Richard Lindner, Ken Lindstrom, Rusell Linkletter, John Lis, John Livieri, John Livieri, Sam Llodra, Joseph Lloyd, Greg Lloyd, Maurice Logan, Dan Logan, Louis Lombardi, Anthony Long, Ed Long, Robert Loomos, Harry Lord, Philip Lorentzon, Arthur Lorenzen, Tyler Losh, John Lowe, Ernie Lozon, Jason Luciani, Ken Luciani, Ray Ludwig, Mike

1964-65 1980 1983-85 1945 1949-50 1954 1962-64 1966-68 1972

1948 1944-45 1958 1964, 66 2006-07 1978-79 1987-89 1978 1985-86 2009-10 1981 2004-07 1985 1983-85 1958 1999, 2002 2002-04 1981-84 1970 1968-69 1974-75 1987 2003-04 1965-67 1957 1949 1976-78 2003 1956-57 1974-75 1948-1949 1947-49 1937 1941 1936-37 1998-01 1930-32 1991-94 1934 1936-37 1928-30 1962-64 1939 1971 1990-92 1939 1949 1976-78 1954, 56, 57 1954, 56 1956-59 2008-10 2001-04 1984-87 1924 1958 1991-94 1996-99 1995 1919 1924-26 2007-08 1969-70 1995-98 1995 1961-62 1952-53 1981-82

East Hartford, Conn. Nutley, N.J. South Windsor, Conn. Thompsonville, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Ossining, N.Y. Paramus, N.J. Paramus, N.J.

East Rochester, N.Y. E. Longmeadow, Mass. Rumson, N.J. Enfield, Conn. Hanover, Mass. Camp Hill, Pa. Westport, Conn. Largo, Fla. Waltham, Mass. Harrisburg, Pa. Miami, Fla. Edison, N.J. East Hartford, Conn. South Windsor, Conn. Cheshire, Conn. Stonington, Conn. Worcester, Mass. Deer Park, N.Y. Wilton, Conn. Ansonia, Conn. Bloomfield, Conn. Iselin, N.J. Biddeford, Maine Glastonbury, Conn. Fork Union, Va. Hartford, Conn. Stamford, Conn. Forrestville, Conn. Thompsonville, Conn.

Canton, Mass. Stratford, Conn.

Peekskill, N.Y. Hingham, Mass. Bethel, Conn.

Albany, N.Y. West Haven, Conn. West Haven, Conn. Southington, Conn. Clermont, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. Fairfax, Va. Hamden, Conn. Rochester, N.Y. Willingboro, N.J. Lynnfield, Mass.

Fremont, Iowa Orange, Conn. Philadelphia, Pa. Groveland, Mass. Woodbridge, Conn. Woodbridge, Conn. Wayne, N.J.

Lundy, Jamal Lunn, Rob Lutrus, Scott Lynch, Christopher Lysaght, James

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MacDonald Mack, Gary Mack, Taylor Macko, Jay MacLellan, Allan Madison, Kendall Madry, Juan Magaletta, Tony Maggio, Jeff Magner, Jack Maguire, Horatio Maher, Edward Mahoney, Ed Mahoney, Francis Mahoney, James Maier, Frederick Maikkula, Kenneth Makofksi, William Malek, Mark Malinosky, Walter Mancari, Lou Mancuso, Nick Manga, Aloys Manganaro, Frank Mangiarelli, Richard Manninen, Reino Manning Manning, Bret Manning, Corey Mansfield, Ronald Marchione, Joseph Marck, C.J. Margiatto, Patrick Mariano, Paul Marine, Bruce Marino, Vince Markiewicz, Julius Markland, Fred Markowski, Brian Markus, Joe Marrero, Mario Marrus, Glenn Marsh, Laban Marshall, Kerry Martha, Paul Martin, Chad Martin, Dexter Martin, Reginald Martin, Twyon Martin, William Mascarenhas, Ashvin Masler, Dick Mason, Richard Massa, Eugene Masters, Adam Matheson, Robert Mauer, Anthony Maver, William Mayer, Gerhard Mayne, Shawn Mazzocca, Augustus McAllister, David McCall, Kris McCann, Hugh McCarthy, J.T. McCarthy, Michael McCarthy, Mike McClain, Robert McClam, Jimmy McClintock, Jim

1999-02 2005-08 2007-10 1970-71 1970

1915 2007 2010 1975 1973-75 1992-94 1970 1960-62 1987 1942 1916-17 1945 1951-53 1916 1941 1919-20 1941-42 1923-25 1965-67 1941 1973-76 1989-91 2005 1987 1956, 58 1955-57 1914 2009-10 2009-10 1972-74 1938-39 2008 1985-87 1974-76 1964-65 1989-90 1945 1979-82 2001-04 1979-82 1984 1980-81 1997-99 1977-78 1948-50 1995-98 1993-96 1962 2008-10 1958, 60 1988 1950 1973-76 1969-70 2009-10 1940 1963-64 1973-74 1975 2004-05 1959, 62 1923-24 1989-90 1932 1915, 17 1973 1990-93 2006-09 2005 1972

Burlington, N.J. Penfield, N.Y. Bloomfield, Conn. Stamford, Conn. Bristol, Conn.

West Chester, Pa. Powder Springs, Ga. Voluntown, Conn. Tewksbury, Mass. East Hampton, N.Y. New London, Conn. Yonkers, N.Y. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

South Boston, Mass.

Jewett City, Conn. New Castle, Del. Haworth, N.J. Duala, Cameroon Lynnfield, Mass. Warwick, R.I. Peabody, Mass. Acton, Mass. Tyrone, Ga. Andover, N.J. Newtown, Pa. Port Reading, N.J. Naugatuck, Conn. Wilmington, Del. Southbridge, Mass. North Adams, Mass. Carlstadt, N.J. Trumbull, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Hurley, N.Y. Erie, Pa. Middletown, Conn Martins Ferry, Ohio Brooklyn, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. Parkland, Fla. Greenfield, Mass. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Baltimore, Md. Naugatuck, Conn. Bethesda, Md. Riverside, Conn. Quincy, Mass. Riverside, Conn. Montreal, Que. Arlington, Mass. Kansas City, Mo.

Oak Bluffs, Mass. Jackson, N.J. Lusby, Md. Seat Pleasant, Md. Enfield, Conn.

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All-Time Let t e r w i n n e r s McClowry, Terry McCollum, Ricky McCombe, William McConnell, Jeff McCormick, Joseph McCue, Randy McDonald, Ross McDonnell, Gene McDonough McDonough, Gerry McDuffie, Wendell McEachern, Mike McEwen, Mark McFadden, Perry McGeary, Michael McGillicuddy, Brian McGrath, Sean McGuire, Andre McInnis, Don McIntosh, Jerry McIntosh, Michael McIntyre, Kevin McKee, Jason McKinney, Anthony McLean, Brandon McLellan, Glenn McLeod, Morris McMahon, Edward McMahon, Ray McManus, Jim McNally, Chris McNamara, Jeff McNamara, Mike McPhee, Deon McSherry, Peter McWeeny, Gerard Mears, Chuck Meeker, Eugene Meenan, James Meers, Bob Mendence, Donald Merrill, Howard Merritts, Jim Meyer, Chris Meyers, Edward Michaels, Mark Michalewicz, Steve Micklovic, Ed Mieczkowski, James Mignault, Bill Milano, Vin Milberg, Stuart Milich, Sekule Millard, Bill Miller, Anthony Miller, Donald Miller, Dwayne Miller, Frank Miller, Ken Miller, Mike Miller, Pat Millet, Mike Mills, Mike Mills, Troy Miltenis, John Minnerly, Bill Minski, Donald Mirabello, Frank Mirambeau, Igor Mitchell Mitchell, Arthur Mitchell, Frederic Mitchell, Scott Mochrie, Richard Modugno, Jerry Modugno, Joseph Mofsowitz, Marc Mohr, Fred Mohr, Howard Molina, Alex

2000-03 2004 1929-30 1961-63 1933 1968 1980 1975-77 1910 1960-62 1998 1983-85 1971-72 1973 1984 1982-84 1985 1978 1956 1982-85 2000-2003 1993-96 2001, 03 1993-96 2004-06 1956-58 1971-72 1934 1957-59 1998 1985-88 1988-91 1982-85 2002-05 1941-42 1964-65 1996-97 1972 1947-48 1987-88 1960 1931-32 1980 2000-02 1954-55 1982-85 1979-82 1983-85 1988 1949-51 1952-53 1986-89 1994-95 1993 1988-89 1969-70 1984-88 1913-15 1978-81 1978 1981-83 1987 1990 1987-89 1981-82 1958-60 1968 1954-55 1986-87 1912 1919-21 1939-40 1990-93 1945-47 1978-81 1952-54 1984-86 1942-47 1940-41 2009

Dearborn, Mich. Washingtonville, N.Y. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Norwalk, Conn. Renfrew, Pa. Ansonia, Conn. Kingston, N.Y. Hamden, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Brewer, Maine Hartford, Conn. Norwood, N.J. Fairfield, Conn. Stamford, Conn. Newark, N.J. Braintree, Mass. Cheshire, Conn. Edgewood, Md. Weston, Conn. Estero, Fla. Stamford, Conn. New Haven, Conn. Winsted, Conn. South Ozone Park, N.Y. Lynn, Mass. Guilford, Conn. Norwich, Conn. Centertown, N.J, Elmer, N.J. Abaco, Bahamas Greenwich, Conn. Bloomfield, Conn. Edison, N.J. Bridgeport, Conn. Cohasset, Mass. Norwalk, Conn. Holidaysburg, Pa. Clearwater, Fla. Hartford, Conn. West Islip, N.Y. Windsor Locks, Conn. Rahway, N.J. Glastonbury, Conn. Dayville, Conn. Dorchester, Mass. Wilton, Conn. Neshanic Station, N.J. Bethel, Conn. Pompano Beach, Fla. Worcester, Mass. Bridgeport, Conn. Orange, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Edison, N.J. Brockton, Mass. Middletown, Conn. Coral Springs, Fla. Ridgefield, Conn. Yonkers, N.Y. Jewett City, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hollandale, Fla.

Colchester, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Chelmsford, Mass. Liberty Corner, N.J. Lynn, Mass. Edison, N.J.

Waterford, Conn.

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Moll, William Molloy, Charles Monnier, Dwight Montague, Alonzo Moons, Rob Mooradian, Louis Moore, Dontá Moore, Isiah Moore, James Moore, Kashif Moore, Sio Moore, William Moran, Dave Moreland, Wallace Morelli, Mike Morgan, B Morgan, J Morgan, James Morris, Mike Morrison, Gregg Morton, John Moug, Pat Mourning, Glen Moynihan, Dennis Mroz, M Mugford, Bob Muh, Doug Muha, Mike Mulcahy, Sean Muldowney, Jim Munford, Chuck Murano, Rocco Murdock Murphy, Charles Murphy, Dan Murphy, Daniel Murphy, Justin Murphy, Mark Murphy, Thomas Murray, Dan Murray, Craig Muschette, Erik Muthig, Thomas Myers, Norm Myers, Robb

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Nakaoka, Ken Nakoneczny, Wayne Nalewaik, William Nanfeldt, Oscar Naposki, Eric Nardi, Leo Nastri, Joseph Navarro, Jack Neal, Rusty Neistat, Barry Nelson, H. Tom Nelson, Kurt Nesteruk, Warren Neumann, Bill Newman, Gene Newmarker, Edward Newton, Dactavian Ney, Thomas Nichols, Arthur Nichols, Bob Nickerson, Carl Nier, Scott Noferi, Lou Nolan, Mike Nolen, Edward (Ned) Nook, Ed Noonan, Mike Noone, Robert Noveck, Ron Nowden, Monte Nutter, Fred Nuzie, Matt

1942, 46-48 1941-42, 46 1937-38 1992-93 1987-90 1955-57 2004, 06 2009-10 1928-30 2008-10 2010 1947-49 1991 1922-25 1996-99 1912 1912 1964, 66 1945 1984-85 1935-36 1981-83 2008 1958-59 1933 1966-67 1984 1979-82 2000-03 1959-61 1977 1950-52 1915 1930 1990-92 1952 1986-88 1984-87 1916, 19 2003-06 1989-91 2008 1944 1981-84 1997

1944 1960-61 1929-30 1923-25 1984-86 1973 1953 1976 1987-90 1971-72 1958, 60 1969-70 1976-78 1999-00 1973 1914-17 1995-96 1976-79 1931 1968-70 1969 1977-80 1958-59 1988-89 1973 1992-95 1955-57 1951-52 1961-62 1992-94 1993, 95 2003-06

Bridgeport, Conn.

Bronx, N.Y. Coral Springs, Fla. Haverhill, Mass. Tampa, Fla. Cambridge, Mass. Burlington N.J. Apex, N.C. Bristol, Conn. Woodbridge, Conn. Landsdale, Pa.

Rouses Point, N.Y. New Britain, Conn. Madison, Conn. Redford, Mich. Danbury, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Chelsea, Mass. Long Branch, N.J. Edison, N.J. Westport, Conn. Concord, N.H. New Britain, Conn. Greenwich, Conn. Putnam, Conn. Fairfield, Conn. Saugus, Mass. Madison, Conn. Madison, Conn. Gloucester, Mass. Hamden, Conn. Lynn, Mass. South Windsor, Conn. St. Charles, Ill.

Stratford, Conn.

Tuckahoe, N.Y. Winsted, Conn. West Haven, Conn. Crawfordsville, Iowa Clifford Beach, N.J. New London, Conn. Winsted, Conn. Orchard, Mass. Ansonia, Conn. West Berlin, N.J. Maynard, Mass. Norwalk, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Worcester, Mass. Saugerties, N.Y. Huntington, Pa. Hopedale, Mass. Watertown, Conn. South Hadley, Mass. Manorville, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Douglaston, N.Y. New Britain, Conn. Rochester, N.Y. Lowell, Mass. Trumbull, Conn.

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O’Brien, Edward O’Connell, Dennis O’Connell, J. Barry O’Connell, Kerry O’Connor, Steve O’Donnell, Kevin O’Grady, John O’Grady, Raymond O’Grady, Robert O’Keefe, Jim O’Leary, Dan O’Leary, Dick Oleksy, Lou Oliver, Laurence Olivier, Mathieu Olmsted, Roger Olsen, Dave Omokaro, Emmanuel O’Neil, Bill O’Neill, Martin “Red” O’Neill Thomas Orlovsky, Dan O’Roark, R. Michael Orsulak, Walter Ortiz, Elias Ostrom, George Osunde, Uyi Otis, Jeffrey Overlock, Dan

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Pack, Reggie Paine, Everett Painter, Richard Palasek, Henry Pallotta, Mike Palmer, Bernie Palombo, Dan Panciera, Anthony Panciera, Irv Papanos, Stanley Papatones, Stamo Parker, Lamont Parks, Billy Parmalee, Henry Parri, Brian Pascale, Joseph Pasqualoni, Jay Passarini, John Patterson, Edward Paull, Wayne Pavasaris, Chris Pehota, Ed Pensiero, Frank Penwell, Zak Perkins, Craig Perkins, Justin Perko, Joseph Perrin, Chris Persky, Harry Peterson, Charles Peterson, David Peterson, Erick Peterson, Herbert Petrillo, Pete Petrus, Moe Pforr, Ken Phalen, Robert Pierce, Franklin Pignatello, Tony Pinsky, Albert Pinsky, David Pinsky, Julius Pinsky, Leo Pisciottano, Jim

1951-53 Norwalk, Conn. 1976-78 Derby, Conn. 1957-59 Springfield, Mass. 1982 Derby, Conn. 1999-00 Medfield, Mass. 1973-74 Bayport, N.Y. 1972 North Bergen, N.J. 1935 1936-37 1974-77 Milford, Conn. 1977-79 Rochester, N.H. 1980-82 Bethlehem, Pa. 1981-82 Moosic, Pa. 2000-01, 03 Homestead, Pa. 2009-10 Woburn, Mass. 1941-42 1977-78 Derby, Conn. 2010 Danbury, Conn. 1973 Worcester, Mass. 1922-24 New Haven, Conn. 1969, 71 Holyoke, Mass. 2001-04 Shelton, Conn. 1974 Shelton, Conn. 1961 Norwich, Conn. 1992-93, 95 West Hartford, Conn. 1940-42 1999-00, 02-03 Bloomsburg, Pa. 1965 West Newbury, Mass. 1957 Lowell, Mass.

1978 1939-41 1956 1965, 67-68 1981-83 1973-76 1979-80 1936-38 1950-52 1938-40 1950-52 1992-95 1982-84 1996-98 1992 1965-66 1976-78 1967-69 1922 1966 2005-06 1950-52 1968 2007 1984 2001, 03-04 1941-42 1999 1912-15 1968 1952 1970 1937-39 1966-68 2008-10 1969 1978 1930-32 1959-61 1940-42 1934-35 1933-35 1944, 47-49 1969-71

Vernando, La. Washington, D.C. New Britain, Conn. Clinton, Mass. Naugatuck, Conn. Aliquippa, Pa. Westerly, R.I.

Miami, Fla. Bristol, Conn. Norwalk, Conn. Madison, Conn. Lake Mohegan, N.Y. Cheshire, Conn. Newton, Mass. Oaklyn, N.J. Needham, Mass. Rockfall, Conn. Stamford, Conn. Fairbanks, Alaska Putnam, Conn. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Ashland, Mass. Stamford, Conn. Southington, Conn. New Haven, Conn. Newburgh, N.Y. St. Laurent, Que. Westbury, N.Y. Ridgefield, Conn. Verona, N.J.

Hartford, Conn. Hawthorne, N.J.


All-Time Letter w i n n e r s Poirier, Paul Poland, Edwin Poles, Kevin Polito, Alex Pomposi, Philip Poole, Chandler Pope, Thomas Portee, A.J. Porter, Shane Posner, Leonard Post, Doug Post, James Potkay, John Potter, Robert Potterton, G. Prentice, Clifford Preston, Grant Price, Percy Price, Steve Primiani, Craig Pringle, John Przekop, Peter Pucko, Michael Pugliano, Frederick Purcell, John Purple, Nathaniel Purple, Nelson

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Quagliano, Frank Quinn, Brian Quist, Bob

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Radzevich, Vic Ragan, Dave Rajczewski, Stanley Raleigh, Jim Ramsey, Terry Randall, Robert Rankin, James Raymond, Dewey Rebman, Robert Reckert, Richard Redmond, Jack Reed, Henry Reed, Larry Reeve, William Reid, Brian Reiner Reisig, Rich Rembish, Mike Renehan Renehan, Edward Renzullo, Armado Reppi, Jim Resnick, Morris Revelli, Charles Reyes, Kendall Rice, Ken Rich, Derek Rich, James Richardson, William Richmond, Luke Ricketson, Leonard Ricketts, J. Ridley, Jason Riederich, John Riley, Chris Riley, James Riley, Khalid Rinaldi, Ralph Ring, Robert Ritchie, Alexander Roberts, Dave

1958 1933-35 2007, 09 2007-10 1976-77 2002-03 1964 2010 1981-84 1936-38 1984-85, 88 1988 1939 1948 1933-34 1920-21 2002-05 1995-98 1966-68 1983-85 1936-37 1977 1973-75 1955-56 1975-77 1923 1937

2001-02 1989 1965

Danielson, Conn. Penfield, N.Y. Reading, Pa. Meriden, Conn. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Max Meadows, Va. Austell, Ga. Bridgeport, Conn. Coventry, Conn. Watertown, Conn. Windham, Conn.

Mechanicsburg, Pa. Manchester, Conn. Maplewood, N.J. Torrington, Conn. Norwich, Conn. Fitchburg, Mass. Willamanset, Mass. Wallingford, Conn.

Cheshire, Conn. Bridgewater, N.J. Grand Rapids, Mich.

1965-70 Torrington, Conn. 1979-80 West Mifflin, Pa. 1966-68 Stamford, Conn. 1977-80 Madison, Conn. 1975-77 Mount Vernon, N.Y. 1999-00 Sanford, Fla. 1936-38 1979-81 Norwalk, Conn. 1929-31 1945 1964-65 Cheshire, Conn. 1973-74 Willimantic, Conn. 1962-63 Peekskill, N.Y. 1926 1991-94 Richmond, Va. 1912-14 1996 Plymouth, Mass. 1987-90 Linden, N.J. 1910 1914-15 1956-57 Torrington, Conn. 1990-93 Soluay, N.Y. 1945-46 1941-42, 46 2008-10 Nashua, N.H. 2004 Franklin Square, N.Y. 2007 Gainesville, Ga. 1956 Needham, Mass. 1971-73 Brooklyn, N.Y. 1998-00 Ansonia, Conn. 1934 1920 2001 Sunrise, Fla. 1958-59 West Haven, Conn. 1983-86 Mattapoisett, Mass. 1958 Danielson, Conn. 1998 Norwood, Mass. 1959-61 East Longmeadow, Mass. 1944 1958 Stratford, Conn. 1962-63 Meriden, Conn.

Roberts, Jeffrey Roberts, Wilfred Robeson, Dave Robinson, Courtney Robinson, Frank Robinson, Greg Robustelli, Rick Robustelli, Robert Rock, Brad Rodgers, Zeke Rogers, Alfred Rogers, Eric Rogowski, Ronald Romine, Don Rosa, Domenic Rosa, Paul Roscoe, Peter Rose, Dan Rose, Stephen Roseblatt, Steven Ross, Donald Rossetti, Nick Rostosky, Pete Roth, Richard Roth, Robert Rouzier, Anthony Roy, Robert Ruffhess, Richard Rufleth Elmer Ruocco, Alphonse Ruslavage, Chuck Russell, Vin Russo, Pat Ryan, C.E. Ryan, Dan Ryan, J. Ray Ryan, Mike Ryan, Rohan Rymash, Ron Ryngala, Kenneth

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1961 Windsor, Conn. 1938-39 1972-73 New York, N.Y. 2005 Lake Worth, Fla. 1937-39 2009 Scotland, Pa. 1968-70 Stamford, Conn. 1970-73 Stamford, Conn. 1972-74 Hauppauge, N.Y. 1992-95 Washington Township, N.J. 1950-52 Manchester, Conn. 1997 Tucson, Ariz. 1961 Norwalk, Conn. 1959-60 North Pembroke, Mass. 1950-51 Waterbury, Conn. 1944-49 New Canaan, Conn. 1968 1974-75, 77 Plainfield, Conn. 1976-77 Wilton, Conn. 1969-71 Naugatuck, Conn. 1946-49 New Britain, Conn. 1962-64 Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 1980-82 Monogaheia, Pa. 1980 New Britain, Conn. 1970-72 Brooklyn, N.Y. 2005 Amherst, Mass. 1951-54 Worcester, Mass. 1927-29 1933 1955 New Haven, Conn. 1981-84 Clarion, Pa. 1969-71 Mechanicville, N.Y. 1994-97 Endicott, N.Y. 1915, 17 2006-09 Franklin, Conn. 1923-25 2009-10 Tamaqua, Pa. 1994 Brooklyn, N.Y. 1951-54 New London, Conn. 1969 Seaford, N.Y.

Sabino, Don 1951, 53 Sadek, John 1958-60 Sadlon, Edward “Stewart� 1969-70 Sadlon, William 1967-70 Sager, Maurice 1934 St. Marie, George 1931-32 Salafia, Joseph 1956 Saleeby, Dan 1990-92 Salek, John 1970-72 Salovitz, Irving 1935-36 Saltus, William 1951 Sanchez, David 2003, 05 Sanchez, Ramon 1973-75 Sanders, Aaron 1987-89 Santangello, Mark 1979-80, 82 Sapiro, Bob 1980 Sardilli, Albert 1947-48 Sasser, Manny 1972-73 Sasser, Travis 1985-86 Sasson, Mike 1995, 97-99 Satin, Marvin 1950-51 Savage, Richard 1969 Sayers, Joseph 1933-35 Scaffidi, Paul 1971, 73-74 Scagnelli, Paul 1956-58 Scarchuk, John 1935-37 Schackne, Elliot 2001 Schaefer, Edward 1958 Schainker, Steven 1973 Schildgne, Henry 1926-28 Schmidt, Clarence 1947-49 Schmidt, Rob 1993-95 Schofield, William 1924-26 Schumacher, Marc 1965-67 Schuman, Dave 1993, 95, 96 Schuster, George 1955 Schwartz, Darryl 1975, 76

Watertown, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Woodbury, Conn.

Meriden, Conn. Cos Cob, Conn. Wyckoff, N.Y. Westfield, Mass. Windsor, Conn. Garnerville, N.Y. Dorchester, Mass. Edison, N.J. Wilton, Conn. New Britain, Conn. New Haven, Conn. North Haven, Conn. Pittsburgh, Pa. Hampton, N.H. Yonkers, N.Y. Natick, Mass. Davie, Fla. University City, Mo.

Red Bank, N.J. Elmont, N.Y. Saddle Brook, N.J. Naugatuck, Conn. Acton, Mass.

Schwolsky, Arnold Scott, Andy Scott, David Scoville Scussel, Raymond Searcy, Mike Sebolt, Dave Seely, Dick Segar, Robert Selavka, Carl Selden Seremet, John Severino, John Sgrulleta, Sean Shafer, S. Sharpe Shaw, Alan Shea, William Sherman, Anthony Sherwood, Jesse Shettle, Bob Sibor, Martha (Mgr.) Sickler, F. Sicklick, James Sikora, Mike Silver, Alan Silverstein, Solon Simeone, Joe Simmons, Keith Simmons, Kevin Sinay, Greg Sitty, Albert Skene, Neal Sladkow, Constance Sladkow, Constant Slanetz, Edward Slate, Donald Slattery, Robert Slavich, George Small, Taber Smey, Joseph Smith, Aaron Smith, Brandon Smith, Charles Smith, Donald Smith, J. Brian Smith, Jahi Smith, Johnathon Smith, Mike Smith, Pat Smith, Steven Smith, Terrance Smith, Walter Smoot, Greg Snavely, Todd Sneidman, George Snow, Geroge Sobieski, Thaddeus Solomon, James Solomon, Leslie Sorrell, David Sorrells, Ayo Sosik, Nick Sottiriou, Nick Sowell, Taurien Spagnuola, Alfred Sparks, Brian Spears, Wesley Spelman, Chris Spencer, William Sporck, Frederick Sproul, James Stackpole, Fred Stafford, Shane Stanger, George Stanko, Justin Starkel, Robert Stasiuk, John Stravrianidis, Fotis Steben, Ron Steele

1936-38 1984-88 1983-85 1912 1941-42 1987-91 1989-90 1961-63 1978-80 1950-52 1910 1934-35 1956-58 1961-62 1919 1910 1971-73 1945 2007-10 1940 1985-88 1974-75 1920 1933 1952, 54 1956 1940-41 1961-63 1973-75 1976-77 1973-76 1949 1992, 95 1936 1933 1920-21 1944 1958-59 1951 1998-01 1964-66 2005 1998-99 1964 1981, 83-84 1962-63 2003, 05-06 2005-06 2008-10 1989-92 1965-67 2000-03 1917 1999-01 1986-87 1922 1953 1948-50 1966 1973-74 1973 1999-01 1990-93 1979 2002-05 1973 2004 1974 1990-92 1968-70 1974 1969, 71 1959-61 1995-98 1952-54 1992-95 1945 1946 1984 1991 1912

Ansonia, Conn. Danielson, Conn.

Miami, Fla. West Hartford, Conn. Armonk, N.Y. Storrs, Conn. Willimantic, Conn.

Hamden, Conn. Mt. Kisco, N.Y.

Braintree, Mass. North Attleboro, Mass. Hartford, Conn. Columbia, Conn.

Bridgeport, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Brooklyn, N.Y. Simsbury, Conn. Simsbury, Conn. Norwich, Conn. New London, Conn. Middletown, Conn.

New Britain, Conn. Baltimore, Md. Naugatuck, Conn. Washington, D.C. Dana Point, Calif. East Orange, N.J. New Haven, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Suitland, Md. Camp Hill, Pa. Houston, Texas Bethel, Conn. Madison, N.J. Pompano Beach, Fla. Edgewood, Md. Ballston Lake, N.Y. Southington, Conn. Meriden, Conn. Springdale, Conn. Wayne, N.J. Whippany, N.J. Silver Spring, Md. Kutztown, Pa. Edison, N.J. Bridgeport, Conn. Union City, N.J. Plainville, Conn. Bloomfield, Conn. South Windsor, Conn. Lynn, Mass. Burnt Hills, N.Y. Manlius, N.Y. Saco, Maine Reading, Pa. Lynn, Mass. Stratford, Conn.

Danbury, Conn. Torrington, Conn.

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All-Time Let t e r w i n n e r s Stehle, Wayne Stella, Joseph Stephen, Shamar Stephens, Cecil Sternburg, John Stevens, Lester Stewart, Frank Stockwell, Ken Stoddard, John Storrs Storrs, Arnold Stowell, Robert Stroman, Kamari Strong, N.A. Sudora, Scott Sumoski, Warren Sundberg, Steven Suplinskas, Al Sutkowski, Richard Sutter, Sean Svencer, Mark Sweeney, Tom Sweitzer, Ken Sweitzer, Scott Swem, Tracy Sykes, David Sylvester, John Symonbathy, Clint Szarzynski, Thomas Szmajter, Edward

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Taxiltaridis, John Taylor, Corey Taylor, Larry Taylor, Marvin Taylor, Tory Taylor, Victor Teggart, Dave Tellier, Ray Testa, Rocco Theodoss, Jeff Thies, John Thomas, Donald Thomas, Jeff Thompkins, Jamie Thompson, Aundre Thompson, Bruce Thompson, Donald Thompson, Henry Thompson, John Thompson, Paul Thompson, William Tice, Robert Tierney, Chris Timko, Ryan Timko, Wes Tiner, Ralph Tinsley, Frederick Tinsley, Phil Todman, Jordan Toffolon, John Tollefsen, Gerard Tombari, Pheno Tonsing, Trey Tonry, H. Torkelson, Eric Torre, Joe Tortolani, Paul Towns, Christopher Tracewski, Edward Tracey, Ryan Treat, Robert Trechock, Chester Tremblay, Sean Trepanier, George

1986 1939-40 2010 1958 1929-30 1931-32 1974 1979 1964-66 1910 1930 1969 1998-01 1917 1985, 88 1962 1987-89 1979-81 1951-52 1991 1970-71 1969-70 1978-81 1984-87 1923-24 1960-61 1952-53 1972 1975-76 1972

Jim Thorpe, Pa. Brookville, N.Y. Green Farms, Conn.

North Andover, Mass. Grosse Point, Mich. Elmsford, N.Y.

Milford, Conn. Norristown, Pa. Monroe, Conn. New Britain, Conn. Meriden, Conn. Wallingford, Conn. Shelton, Conn. Boonton, Pa. Norwalk, Conn. Waterford, Conn. Madison, Conn. Madison, Conn. Pittsfield, Mass. East Boston, Mass. Seymour, Conn. Naugatuck, Conn. New Britain, Conn.

1998-99 Fairfield, Conn. 1995 Louisville, Ky. 2004-07 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 2004-05 New Brunswick, N.J. 1995-98 Winter Garden, Fla. 1989-90 Meriden, Conn. 2008-10 Northborough, Mass. 1970-72 West Haven, Conn. 1976-77 Bristol, Conn. 1973-74 Southbridge, Mass. 1969 Glenbrook, Conn. 2006-07 West Haven, Conn. 1977-80 Forestville, Conn. 1979, 81-82 New Britain, Conn. 1974 Bogalusa, La. 1972-73 Bogalusa, La. 1972-74 Bogalusa, La. 1993-95 Miami, Fla. 1936-37 1936 1924 1966 Somerville, N.J. 1975 Commack, N.Y. 1997-00 DeLand, Fla. 1999-02 DeLand, Fla. 1967-69 Somerville, N.J. 1962 Hartford, Conn. 1951-53 Berlin, Conn. 2008-10 North Dartmouth, Mass. 1940-42 1989-91 Pembroke Pines, Fla. 1927-28 2005, 2008 Waldorf, Md. 1917 1972-73 Burnt Hills, N.Y. 1974 East Haven, Conn. 1968-69 Port Chester, N.Y. 1999 West Wyoming, Pa. 1946-47 Eymon, Pa. 2000 Upland, Calif. 1958, 60-61 Middlefield, Conn. 1984-85 Piscataway, N.J. 1996-97 Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. 1957 Springfield, Mass.

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Trichka, Bob Tritz, Rob Trivella, Rob Trojanowski, Walt Trottier, Normand Trumbull, John Tucker, Scipio Tulp, LeRoy Turco, Nicholas Turshen, Richard Tuzil, William Tyson, Jerry

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Umberger, Rusty Urda, Larry Urso, Kevin Usher, Brian

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Valente, Tony Vanderrest, Bill Vaughn, Robert Verdi, Todd Vereen, Linwood Vernet, Ron Vibberts, Scott Vibert Vicidomino, Graig Villapiano, Joe Viscount, Joe Voight, Robert Volpe, Anthony Volpe, Bob von Harten, Peder

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Wadsworth, Daniel Waggoner, Louis Wagner, Cole Wahnowsky, Paul Wakely, Paul Walker, Heath Walker, John Walker, Mike Walker, Mike Wallace, Perry Wallace, Razul Waller, John Wallner, Bill Walsh, Mike Walsh, Pat Waltman, Edward Walton, Ted Wandy, Joseph Ward, Jason Warren, Adolph Warren, Robert Webb, Jon “Jody” Wehger, Ronald Wesley, Kevin West, Roy Westcott, Jason Westfort, Ron Wetmore, James Wezowicz, Robert Whaley, Dave White, Gerry White, Jeann White, Webster Whitley, Paul Wholley, Jon Wieczorek, Zigmund

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1919

1896 The history of intercollegiate football at the University of Connecticut begins with the formation of the Athletic League of New England State Colleges. Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island join for the purpose of scheduling regular meetings in football and baseball. Connecticut is known as Storrs Agricultural College. 1897 A year of firsts, all in one game; first game against Rhode Island, first game against a collegiate opponent and first game in the newly formed conference. S.A.C. wins 22-8. 1899 Storrs Agricultural College changes its name to Connecticut Agricultural College. 1901 The 1901 squad finished 8-2 and registered six shutouts on the season, including five straight in one stretch. Rhode Island was the only intercollegiate opponent on the schedule and was one of the shutout victims, falling to the “Aggies” of Connecticut Agricultural College by a count of 27-0. 1919 Gardner Dow, a native of New Haven, dies on September 20, 1919, after making a spectacular flying tackle in a game at New Hampshire. Dow suffered a concussion of the brain. The athletic fields behind Hawley Armory were named after him and served as the site of home games for football, baseball, soccer, lacrosse and track meets.

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1923 Connecticut enters the New England Conference, which includes all New England state schools except for the University of Vermont. 1924 This squad is down in the annals as one of the school’s finest, finishing 6-0-2 and winning the New England Conference Championship. The Aggies are said by the New York Times to be among the best teams in the country and the team defense finishes first in the nation. The team gave up only 13 points all season and only three in the final seven games. Senior team captain Martin “Red” Martin “Red” O’Neill – O’Neill is the school’s first All-America UConn’s first All-America candidate, leading the 1923 and 1924 teams. Candidate As legend has it, his career started in 1922 during a loss to Springfield College. A Connecticut Agricultural College (now UConn) player was injured and the coaches could find no one to replace him among the reserves. Someone spotted O’Neill watching the game from the stands and called to him to join in the game. He threw on a uniform and stepped into the line-up, where he would remain for three seasons. 1934 First season for head coach J.O. Christian. The school receives big press coverage at the end of the 1-7 campaign for stealing the Rhody Ram mascot before the game with Rhode Island (pictured above). 1935 First football team to come in early for preseason camp at the expense of the school.

Gardner Dow

1939 First season as the University of Connecticut; team defeats Coast Guard, 14-0, in the first game ever played under flood lights at Gardner Dow Field.

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1945 1942, 1944-1945 During the war years, head coach J.O. Christian and the Huskies put together a three-year stretch like none other in school history. In that three-season span (with no football being played in 1943), Connecticut won 20 of 24 contests. The Huskies registered separate winning streaks of six, eight and five games and shutout their opponents in 13 of the 20 wins. 1945 UConn tailback Walt Trojanowski shares the NCAA scoring title with Doc Blanchard of Army. Both men scored 132 points on the season. 1947 UConn becomes a charter member of the Yankee Conference. 1953 Memorial Stadium opens with a 26-6 Connecticut win over St. Lawrence on October 10, 1953. The 1953 season also marked the first appearance at a football game for the marching band. 1956-1960 UConn captures five straight Yankee Conference Championships, a league-record for consecutive titles won or shared. During that span, the Huskies compile a 17-1-2 record in Yankee Conference play and go 18 league contests before their lone loss in the stretch, to New Hampshire. 1965 UConn beats Yale for the first time ever (pictured on page 138), on September 25, 1965, 13-6. UConn becomes the first school from within the state of Connecticut to ever beat Yale. 1969 UConn joins the NCAA in celebrating the 100th anniversary of college football by selecting an 11-member All-Time UConn team. More than 130 UConn football players receive votes in the balloting of fans, alumni and former players.

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1967-73 Connecticut captures four Yankee Conference championships in a seven-season span, going 27-6-3 in league play during that stretch. 1983 Linebackers John Dorsey and Vernon Hargreaves become the first teammates in UConn football history to earn All-America honors in the same season. The duo combined for more than 300 tackles and helped UConn to a share of the Yankee Conference Championship. 1989 UConn plays the first night game in the history of Memorial Stadium on September 23, 1989, and defeats New Hampshire, 20-10. 1990 Matt DeGennaro finishes his Husky career as the leading passer in the history of the Yankee Conference, totaling 9,288 yards and 73 touchdowns. 1995 UConn matches the most successful start in school history by winning its first six games of the year. Senior captain Wilbur Gilliard becomes the all-time leading rusher in school history. Gilliard finishes his career with 2,624 rushing yards. The 1995 team finishes 8-3 and ties the school record for wins in a season. The squad finished the year ranked No. 23 in the national I-AA top 25. 1998 UConn football celebrates its 100th season with a school-record 10 wins and advances to the NCAA I-AA football playoffs for the first time. UConn defeats Hampton, 42-34, in its first playoff game and advances to the NCAA Quarterfinals. The Huskies finish the season ranked No. 7 in the national I-AA rankings. Senior quarterback Shane Stafford is the only active player named to the UConn Football 100th Anniversary AllTime Team and finishes his career in the top two of every quarterbacking category in school history. 1999 Randy Edsall becomes UConn’s 27th head coach and leads the Huskies through their final season in Division I-AA. UConn finishes 4-7, but wins its first ever game against a Division I-A opponent, beating Buffalo 23-0 on September 16.

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2000 UConn begins play as a Division I-A Independent. The team earns two wins over Division I-A opponents and sets a single-season record for average home attendance (14,166), playing before the three largest crowds in school history (all advance sellouts) in their first three home games.

2007 UConn captured its first-ever BIG EAST Championship and appeared in the Meineke Car Care Bowl, selling out its allotment of 12,500 tickets for the game in Charlotte, N.C. During the season, UConn earned its first-ever national rankings, peaking at No. 16 in the AP Poll and No. 13 in the BCS.

2001 UConn earned its first-ever victory over a BIG EAST opponent as Marc Hickok nailed a career-long 47-yard field goal with 3:04 remaining in the game to lift the Huskies to a 20-19 win over Rutgers.

2008 UConn advanced to a bowl in consecutive seasons for the first time in school history and defeated Buffalo in the 2009 International Bowl in Toronto. Running back Donald Brown led the country in rushing with 2,083 yards and became UConn’s first All-American since the program moved to the FBS. Brown was also named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year – UConn’s first-ever BIG EAST individual award winner. Following the season, the Huskies had four players taken in the first two rounds of the NFL Draft.

2002 UConn has a breakthrough season, posting a 6-6 record, including a win at Big 12 member Iowa State, which would advance to a bowl game. For the first time, the NCAA included UConn in the Division I-A statistics and the Huskies placed in the national top five in passing defense and ranked 19th in total defense. Terry Caulley was the nation’s leading freshman rusher with 1,247 yards on the year. The Huskies closed a 50-year run at Memorial Stadium with a 63-21 win over Kent State in which Caulley tied an NCAA record by scoring four touchdowns in one quarter. 2003 UConn made its debut at Rentschler Field, playing to 93% capacity (37,059). The large home crowds helped push the Huskies to a 9-3 record, including a 34-10 win over Big Ten member Indiana on opening day. 2004 UConn made its debut as a member of the BIG EAST Conference in style as the Huskies finished one game back of the leaders and earned a berth in the Motor City Bowl. The Huskies led the conference in both total offense and total defense while Cornell Brockington led the BIG EAST with 1,218 rushing yards. The season ended with a win over Toledo in the Motor City Bowl as quarterback Dan Orlovsky was named MVP.

2009 Connecticut advances to a bowl game for the third-straight season and posts a 20-7 win over South Carolina. The Huskies endured an emotional season with the death of teammate Jasper Howard on Oct. 19, but came back to win its final four games, including a 33-30 double overtime win at Notre Dame. 2010 UConn appears in a Bowl Championship series game for the first time as it plays Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The Huskies won five consecutive games to close the regular season and claim the BIG EAST Championship and a trip to the BCS. Running back Jordan Todman was unanimously named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year and was an All-American pick. Todman was also the second-leading rusher in the country. Nick Williams led the country in kickoff return average.

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Bowl Recor d s Total Offense Yards

1. 261 2. 239

Donald Brown, 2009 International Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Motor City

Plays

1. 41 2. 39 3. 32

Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Motor City Zach Frazer, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Jordan Todman, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta

All-Purpose Yards 1. 261 2. 157

Donald Brown, 2009 International Larry Taylor, 2004 Motor City

Rushing Carries 1. 33 2. 32 3. 29

Andre Dixon, 2010 Papajohns.com Jordan Todman, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Donald Brown, 2009 International

Net Yards 1. 261 2. 126

Receiving Receptions 1. 9 2. 4

Net Yards 1. 109 2. 47 1. 1

Rushing Yards 1. 32 2. 24

Tyler Lorenzen, 2009 International Tyler Lorenzen, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Passing Attempts

Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Motor City Zach Frazer, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta

Completions

Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Motor City Zach Frazer, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta

Net Yards 1. 239 2. 223 3. 107

Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Motor City Zach Frazer, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Zach Frazer, 2010 Papajohns.com

Completion Percentage

1. 66.6% Tyler Lorenzen, 2009 International 2. 50.0% Tyler Lorenzen, 2007 Meineke Car Care Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Motor City Tyler Lorenzen, 2009 International Zach Frazer, 2010 Papajohns.com

Interceptions (Thrown) 1. 2 2. 1

Zach Frazer, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Two Tied

Touchdowns 1. 2

Tyler Lorenzen, 2009 International

PAT/Kick 1. 5 2. 3

Dave Teggart, 2009 International Matt Nuzie, 2004 Motor City

Field Goals/Attempts 1. 4/5 2. 2/2

Matt Nuzie, 2004 Motor City Dave Teggart, 2010 Papajohns.com

Total Points

Receiving – Tight Ends Receptions 1. 4 2. 2

1. 48 2. 26

1. 15 2. 12

Matt Nuzie, 2004 Motor City Tyler Lorenzen, 2009 International

Ryan Griffin, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Steve Brouse, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Net Yards

Ryan Griffin, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Steve Brouse, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Defense Tackles 1. 18 2. 11

Maurice Lloyd, 2004 Motor City Scott Lutrus, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta

Tackles for Loss

Punting 1. 7

Cole Wagner, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Des Cullen, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Net Yards 1. 328 2. 306

Cole Wagner, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Desi Cullen, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Average

1. 46.9 Cole Wagner, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta 2. 43.7 Desi Cullen, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Punt Returns Number 1. 6 2. 3

Jasper Howard, 2009 International Reggie McClain, 2010 Papajohns.com Larry Taylor, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Net Yards 1. 75 2. 46

Larry Taylor, 2007 Meineke Car Care Jasper Howard, 2009 International

Touchdowns 1. 1

Larry Taylor, 2007 Meineke Car Care Larry Taylor, 2004 Motor City

Kickoff Returns

Touchdown Passes 1. 2 2. 1

4 players tied

Donald Brown, 2009 International Andre Dixon, 2010 Papajohns.com

Rushing – Quarterbacks

1. 20 2. 19

Keron Henry, 2004 Motor City Matt Cutaia, 2004 Motor City

Touchdown Receptions

Number

1. 41 2. 39

Keron Henry, 2004 Motor City Four Tied

Scoring

Number 1. 6 2. 4

Nick Williams, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Jordan Todman, 2009 International

Net Yards 1. 137 2. 124

Nick Williams, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Jordan Todman, 2009 International

1. 3.5

Maurice Lloyd, 2004 Motor City Robert McClain, 2009 International

Interceptions 1. 1

6 players tied

Yards (Returned) 1. 100 2. 46

Dahna Deleston, 2009 International Dwayne Gratz, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta

Interception Return Touchdowns 1. 1

Dahna Deleston, 2009 International

Superlatives Longest Field Goal 1. 44 yards 2. 42 yards 3. 38 yards

Dave Teggart, 2010 Papajohns. com Dave Teggart, 2009 International Dave Teggart, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta

Longest Run from Scrimmage 1. 75 yards 2. 58 yards

Donald Brown, 2009 International Donald Brown, 2007 Meineke Car Care

Longest Interception Return

1. 100 yards Dahna Deleston, 2009 International

Longest Punt 1. 57 yards 2. 55 yards 3. 53 yards

Cole Wagner, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Desi Cullen, 2009 International Desi Cullen, 2010 Papajohns. com

Longest Punt Return 1. 68 yards

Larry Taylor, 2007 Meineke Car Care Larry Taylor, 2009 International

Longest Kickoff Return 1. 95 yards 2. 63 yards 3. 54 yards

Robbie Frey, 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Tyvon Branch, 2007 Meineke Car Care Larry Taylor, 2004 Motor City

Longest Pass Play 1. 44 yards

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Dan Orlovsky to Keron Henry, 2004 Motor City


Bowl Game R e c a p s

2004 MOTOR CITY BOWL Connecticut 39, Toledo 10

December 27, 2004 • Ford Field • Detroit, Mich. • Attendance: 52,552 UConn (8-4) Toledo (9-4)

17 0

13 7

3 3

6 0

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39 10

First Quarter: UC-Matt Nuzie 35 field goal 12:05 (8 plays, 41 yards, 2:55); UC-Jason Williams 32 pass from Dan Orlovsky (Nuzie kick) 4:41 (4 plays, 36 yards, 1:43); UC-Larry Taylor 68 punt return (Nuzie kick) 2:31. Second Quarter: UT-Bruce Gradkowski 1 run (Jason Robbins kick) 10:53 (13 plays, 63 yards, 6:27); UC-Brian Sparks 7 pass from Orlovsky (Nuzie kick) 7:42 (8 plays, 41 yards, 3:11); UC-Nuzie 37 field goal 1:24 (11 plays, 55 yards, 3:23); UC-Nuzie 25 field goal 0:00 (6 plays, 53 yards, 0:55). Third Quarter: UT-Robbins 27 field goal 11:47 (9 plays, 56 yards, 3:13); UC-Nuzie 36 field goal 1:53 (13 plays, 56 yards, 5:58). Fourth Quarter: UC-Matt Lawrence 11 run (Nuzie kick blocked) 0:25 (5 plays, 45 yards, 2:52).

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First Downs 20 Rushing 31-159 Passing Yards 239 Att-Comp-Int 41-20-1 Total Offense 72-398 Average 5.5 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-44 Punts-Average 3-30.3 Punt Returns 2-69 Kickoff Returns 3-101 INT Ret.-Yards 2-0 Possession 28:18 3rd Down Conv. 8 of 17

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20 39-78 203 40-22-2 79-281 3.6 2-1 4-35 6-32.3 1-7 5-83 1-0 31:42 8 of 18

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (Att-Yds-TD): UC- Brockington 15-72-0, Bellamy 9-55-0, Williams, Ja. 1-14-0, Lawrence 1-11-1, Anderson 4-10-0, Orlovsky 1-(-3)-0. UT- Dawson 19-78-0, Council 10-10-0, Parmele 4-4-0, Gradkowski 4-(-1)-1, Higgins 1-(-4)-0, Body 1-(-9)-0 . Passing (Att-Cmp-Int-Yds-TD): UC- Orlovsky 41-20-1-239-2. UTCouncil 28-16-2-160-0, Gradkowski 12-6-0-43-0. Receiving (Rec-Yds-TD): UC- Henry 9-109-0, Williams, Ja. 3-43-1, Cutaia 2-47-0, McLean 2-13-0, Anderson 1-10-0, Sparks 1-7-1, Murray 1-6-0, Bellamy 1-4-0. UT- Moore 5-48-0, Odom 5-27-0, Holmes 4-47-0, Higgins 2-35-0, Broussard 2-13-0, Dawson 2-7-0, Parmele 1-15-0, Hudson 1-11-0.

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an Orlovsky earned Most Valuable Player honors after going 20 of 41 in the air for 239 yards and two touchdowns as UConn defeated MAC Champion Toledo by a 39-10 score in the 2004 Motor City Bowl, UConn’s first ever bowl appearance. In addition to O­rlovsky’s honor, Tyler King was named the United Auto Workers Lineman of the Game. The Huskies were led in rushing by Cornell Brockington, who had 15 carries for 72 yards. The leading receiver on the day for UConn was Keron Henry with nine catches for 239 yards. UConn got out of the gates early, and set a Motor City Bowl record, by scoring 17 points in the first quarter while shutting the Rockets out. The Huskies took the opening drive 41 yards on eight plays to set up a 35-yard field goal by Matt Nuzie. Nuzie went on to kick three more field goals, for a total of four, to set a new Motor City Bowl record and tie a UConn singlegame record. The Huskies scored the first touchdown of the contest as Orlovsky, after eluding a blitzing Rocket, hit Jason Williams in the corner of the end zone for a dazzling 32-yard TD pass on a fourth and six play. The final points of the first quarter came as Larry Taylor returned a punt 68 yards for a score. Toledo scored its first points of the game as it grinded out a 13-play, 63-yard drive that ended with a one-yard touchdown run by quarterback Bruce Gradowski. The Huskies scored 13 more points in the second quarter to take a 30-7 lead at the half. Orlovsky threw a seven-yard TD pass to Brian Sparks, whose sliding catch with 7:42 left in the half capped an eight-play, 41-yard drive. That touchdown was set up by a 54-yard kickoff return by Taylor. Nuzie kicked a pair of field goals in the final 1:24 of the half – a 37-yarder and a 25-yarder on the final play of the half. The teams traded a pair of field goals for the only scoring of the third quarter as Jason Robbins hit a 27-yard field goal for Toledo 3:13 into the half while Nuzie hit a 36-yarder with 1:53 left to play in the quarter. The only scoring of the fourth quarter came with 25 seconds remaining as sophomore Matt Lawrence scored a touchdown on an 11-yard run.

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2007 MEINEKE CAR CARE BOWL Wake Forest 24, Connecticut 10

December 29, 2007 • Bank of America Stadium • Charlotte, N.C. • Attendance: 53,126 UConn (9-4) Wake Forest (9-4)

7 0

3 0

0 14

0 10

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First Quarter: UC-Larry Taylor 68 punt return (Tony Ciaravino kick ) 2:38. Second Quarter: UC-Ciaravino 29 field goal 5:00 (8 plays, 80 yards, 2:21). Third Quarter: WF-Josh Adams 38 run (Sam Swank kick) 12:44 (6 plays, 66 yards 2:08); WF-John Tereshinski 20 pass from Riley Skinner (Swank kick) 3:27 (6 plays, 29 yards, 2:31). Fourth Quarter: WF-Swank 43 field goal 11:53 (7 plays, 33 yards, 3:01); WF-Micah Andrews 9 run (Swank kick) 0:29 (8 plays, 62 yards, 3:36).

10 24

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (Att-Yds-TD): UC-Brown, Do. 13-72-0, Lorenzen 10-24-0, Dixon 7-19-0. WF- Adams 19-66-1, Andrews 8-64-1, Skinner 6-160, Moore 3-(-2)-0. Passing (Att-Cmp-Int-Yds-TD): UC-Lorenzen 26-13-1-98-0, Brown, De. 3-0-0-0-0. WF- Skinner 38-29-1-268-1. Receiving (Rec-Yds-TD): UC-Kanuch 3-36-0, Brouse 2-25-0, Gaulden 2-16-0, Jeffers 2-11-0, Taylor 2-8-0, Bedard 1-9-0, Brown, Do. 1-(7)-0. WF-Moore 11-112-0, Brinkman 3-30-0, Smith 3-13-0, Adams 3-2-0, Boldin 2-47-0, Tereshinski 2-30-1, Marion 2-6-0, Selmon 1-19-0, Williams 1-7-0, Bryant 1-2-0.

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ake Forest quarterback Riley Skinner was 29-of-38 in the air for 268 yards and a touchdown to lead the Demon Deacons to a 24-10 victory over UConn in the 2007 Meineke Car Care Bowl before a crowd of 53,126 at Bank of America Stadium. The two halves were mirror images of each other as UConn shutout Wake Forest in the first half and the Demon Deacons held the Huskies scoreless in the second. The contest was the second bowl game in the last four years for UConn – who has been playing as a member of the BIG EAST for only four years. The Huskies defeated Toledo in the 2004 Motor City Bowl. This year, UConn sold its entire allotment of 12,500 tickets for the bowl game in Charlotte – the second BIG EAST school to ever do that. UConn led 10-0 at the half, but Wake Forest scored two third quarter touchdowns to take a 14-10 lead after three quarters.

TEAM STATISTICS

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First Downs Rushing Passing Yards Att-Comp-Int Total Offense Average Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Punt Returns Kickoff Returns INT Ret.-Yards Possession 3rd Down Conv.

9 30-115 98 29-13-1 59-213 3.6 0-0 2-30 7-43.7 3-75 5-156 1-(-2) 25:09 5 of 17

23 36-144 268 38-29-1 74-412 5.6 2-1 1-6 6-38.0 4-26 2-33 1-6 34:51 8 of 16

Wake Forest took the opening possession of the second half and marched for a touchdown on a six-play, 66-yard drive. Josh Adams scored the touchdown on a 38-yard run 2:16 into the half. The Demon Deacons took the lead for good on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Skinner to John Tereshinski on a third-and-14 play. Wake Forest made it 17-10 on a 43-yard field goal 3:07 into the final quarter by Sam Swank. The Demon Deacons sealed the win with a TD run by Micah Andrews in the final minute. UConn was severely limited in the second half on offense as the Huskies had just 73 total yards of offense while the Deacons had 275. UConn’s Tyler Lorenzen was 13-of-26 in the air for 98 yards. Donald Brown led UConn in rushing with 13 carries for 72 yards. Brad Kanuch was the leading Husky receiver with three receptions for 36 yards. Wake Forest senior wide receiver Kenny Moore was named the game’s MVP as he made 11 receptions for 112 yards. UConn scored all 10 of its points in the first half. Larry Taylor scored the only touchdown of the first half when he returned a punt 68 yards for a touchdown with 2:38 left in the first quarter. Ironically, Taylor had a 68-yard punt return for a TD in UConn’s only other bowl game – a win over Toledo in the 2004 Motor City Bowl – which came with 2:31 left in the first quarter down the near (UConn) sideline running to the camera’s right. The only other first half points came with 5:00 left in the second quarter as Tony Ciaravino connected on a 29-yard field goal that finished an eight-play, 80-yard drive. That drive was highlighted by a 58-yard run by Brown on the first play of the drive.

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2009 INTERNATIONAL BOWL Connecticut 38, Buffalo 20

January 3, 2009 • Rogers Centre • Toronto, Ontario • Attendance: 42,422 UConn (8-5) Buffalo (8-6)

7 3

10 17

7 0

14 0

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38 20

First Quarter: UB- AJ Principle 38 field goal 4:26 (4 plays, 3 yards, 1:36); UC- Donald Brown 45 run (Dave Teggart kick) 4:07 (1 play, 45 yards, 0:09). Second Quarter: UC- Teggart 32 field goal 14:11 (8 plays, 26 yards, 3:13); UB- Ray Long 0 fumble recovery (Principle kick) 11:36; UB- Principle 29 field goal 8:22 (5 plays, 17 yards, 2:53)l UB- James Starks 4 run (Principle kick) 7:55 (1 play, 4 yards, 0:13); UC- Tyler Lorenzen 13 run (Teggart kick) 4:01 (2 plays, 88 yards, 0:36). Third Quarter: UC- Steve Brouse 4 pass from Lorenzen (Teggart kick) 5:22 (7 plays, 56 yards, 3:25).

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (Att-Yds-TD): UC- D. Brown 29-261-1, Todman 7-62-0, Lorenzen 12-32-2, Sherman 1-3-0. UB-Starks 13-25-1, Thermilus 3-5-0, Wily 3- -6-0. Passing (Att-Cmp-Int-Yds-TD): UC-Lorenzen 6-4-0-49-1. UB-Wily 43-29-1-213-0. Receiving (Rec-Yds-TD): UC Moore 1-18-0, Butler 1-16-0, Sherman 1-11-0, Brouse 1-4-1. UB-Starks 11-21-0, Roosevelt 8-90-0, Hamlin 4-54-0, Rack 3-22-0, Jackson 2-17-0, Rice 1-9-0.

Fourth Quarter: UC- Lorenzen 15 run (Teggart kick) 4:44 (9 plays, 68 yards, 4:48); UC- Dahna Deleston 100 interception return (Teggart kick) 2:15.

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onald Brown rushed for 261 yards on 29 carries and one TD to lead the University of Connecticut to a 38-20 victory over Buffalo in the 2009 International Bowl. The First Downs 19 10 game was played before a crowd of 40,184 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. The crowd Rushing 49-358 19-24 was the highest in the three-year old history of the event. Passing Yards 49 213 Brown was named the Most Valuable Player of the Game. UConn tailback Jordan Att-Comp-Int 6-4-0 43-29-1 Todman also enjoyed a fine day with seven carries for 62 yards. Total Offense 407 237 The Husky defense was outstanding as it limited the Bulls to 237 yards of total Average 7.4 3.8 offense and just 24 net yards of rushing. Buffalo had a total of 16 drives in the game Fumbles-Lost 6-5 0-0 and the Bulls only gained more than 30 yards on one of them. Buffalo had nine drives Penalties-Yards 3-29 5-25 of ten yards or less. Punts-Average 3-42.0 10-43.5 Buffalo led 20-17 at halftime after a haphazard second quarter that saw the Punt Returns 7-46 1-8 Huskies commit four turnovers that resulted in 17 points for the Bulls. Kickoff Returns 5-128 7-110 UConn scored the only points of the third quarter to take the lead for good in the game on a four-yard TD INT Ret.-Yards 1-100 0-0 pass from quarterback Tyler Lorenzen to tight end Steve Brouse. Possession 26:54 33:06 Dahna Deleston rounded out the scoring with a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown, making the 3rd Down Conv. 4 of 9 2 of 17 score 38-20 with 2:15 to play. In the second quarter, UConn kicker Dave Teggart connected on a 32-yard field goal 49 seconds into the period to give the Huskies a 10-3 lead. The Husky defense then stopped the Bulls on three plays, but UConn then fumbled a punt return as the Bulls recovered the ball in the endzone for a touchdown to tie the game. UConn then fumbled the ball on the second play of its next possession to give the Bulls the ball at the Husky 18. The UConn defense was valiant again and held Buffalo to six yards as A.J. Principe kicked a 29-yard FG for a 13-10 Bull lead with 8:22 to go. On the ensuing kickoff, UConn fumbled that return to give Buffalo the ball at the Husky four and the Bulls scored on first down on a rush by James Starks to make it 20-10 Bulls. Lorenzen scored the final TD of the first half on a 13-yard run that was set up by a career-long 75 yard rush by Brown. The Huskies outgained Buffalo 225-94 in the first half as the Huskies had just one pass attempt in the half. Brown had 207 yards of rushing in the first half. UConn limited the Bulls to 40 yards of total offense in the first quarter and two first downs while the Huskies had 112 yards.

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2010 PAPAJOHNS.COM BOWL Connecticut 20, South Carolina 7

January 2, 2010 • Legion Field • Birmingham, Ala. • Attendance: 45,254 UConn (8-5) SC (7-6)

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First Quarter: UC-Kashif Moore 37 pass from Frazer (Teggart kick) 6:37 (9 plays, 66 yards, 4:14); UC-Teggart 33 field goal 3:35 (5 plays, 16 yards, 1:21)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Second Quarter: UC-Teggart 44 field goal 8:56 (10 plays, 40 yards, 4:10) Third Quarter: No Scoring.

Passing (Att-Cmp-Int-Yds-TD): UC-Frazer 21-9-0-107-1. SC-Garcia 38-16-129-1-0.

Fourth Quarter: UC-Andre Dixon 10 run (Teggart kick) 13:12 (9 plays, 35 yards, 3:53); SC-Brian Maddox 2 run (Lanning kick) 3:24 (2 plays, 40 yards, 0:47).

Receiving (Rec-Yds-TD): UC-Easley 4-40-0, K. Moore 2-40-1, I. Moore 2-26-0. SC-Miles 4-23-0, Jeffrey 3-28-0, Gurley 3-14-0..

Rushing (Att-Yds-TD): UC- Dixon 33-126-1, Todman 9-36-0. SCGarcia 15-56-0, Miles 6-24-0.

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First Down 17 Rushing 48-146 Passing Yards 107 Att-Comp-Int 22-9-0 Total Offense 253 Average 3.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 0-0 Punts-Average 6-37.2 Punt Returns 6-43 Kickoff Returns 2-39 INT Ret.-Yards 1-0 Possession 35:28 3rd Down Conv. 9-19

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n a defensively-minded game, the University of Connecticut football team nearly shutout South Carolina in the Papajohns.com Bowl to earn the school’s first win over a Southeastern Conference opponent. The game was played in front of a crowd of 45,254 at Legion Field, a Papajohns.com Bowl record attendance. UConn finished with the 20-7 victory earning their second-straight and third overall bowl victory. The Huskies shut out South Carolina in the first three quarters of the game and have shut out their bowl opponents in nine of 16 quarters played. With his 126 yards on the day, senior tailback and Fred Sington Most Vaulable Player Andre Dixon reached the 1,000-yard mark for the season becoming the 12th running back in UConn history to reach the mark and joining teammate Jordan Todman, who accomplished the feat earlier in the season. Todman finished the day with 36 yards. This is the first time in UConn history that two running backs have rushed for over 1,000 yards in the same season. They join Nevada and Georgia Tech as NCAA FBS teams that have at least two players that have rushed for over 1,000 yards during the 2009 season. Junior quarterback Zach Frazer was nine of 21 in the air for 106 yards and connected with sophomore Kashif Moore two times for 40 yards and a touchdown. Stephen Garcia led South Carolina by passing for 129 yards on a 16 for 38 effort also rushing for 56 yards on the day. Alshon Jeffery grabbed three passes for 28 yards for the Gamecocks. The Huskies were the first to get on the board after an unbelievable one-handed 37-yard grab by Moore, who tiptoed along the sidelines and extended into the endzone to put the Huskies up with 6:31 remaining in the first quarter.

South Carolina decided to attempt a fourth and short at its own 32-yard line but senior Lindsey Witten stepped up and stopped the rush as the Huskies took over in Gamecock territory. UConn got the ball down to the 16-yard line but settled for a 33-yard field goal by sophomore Dave Teggart to improve their lead to 10-0. Teggart boosted the lead to 13-0 in the second quarter with 8:26 remaining in the game connecting on his second field goal of the game, a 44-yard boot, setting a new Papajohns.com Bowl record. Later in the quarter, South Carolina earned their first first down of the game with 7:37 left in the half. They only managed four first downs in the entire first half for a net of 84 yards. After SC fumbled at their own 35-yard line, Dixon used the opportunity to record his first touchdown of the day, a 10-yard run to boost the Huskies lead to 20 with 13:12 remaining in the fourth quarter. Dixon’s TD capped a 3:53 minute, nine play 35-yard drive. The Gamecocks got on the board with 3:24 remaining in the game capitalizing on a blocked punt and scoring on a two-play 40-yard drive. Alex Molina recovered an onside kick for the Huskies as UConn ran out the clock.

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2011 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20

January 1, 2011 • University of Phoenix Stadium • Glendale, Ariz. • Attendance: 67,232 UConn (8-5) 0 Oklahoma (12-2) 14

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First Quarter: OU-James Hanna 8 pass from Landry Jones (Jimmy Stevens kick) 10:09 (9 plays, 70 yards, 2:57); OU-Demarco Murray 3 run (Stevens kick) 00:24 (9 plays, 81 yards, 3:21)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Second Quarter: UC-Dwayne Gratz 46 interception return (Dave Teggart kick) 12:58; OU-Stevens 41 field goal 9:57 (9 plays, 56 yards, 3:01); OU-Stevens 24 field goal 2:05 (15 plays, 67 yards, 4:23); UC-Teggart 37 field goal 00:26 (7 plays, 36 yards, 1:31)

Passing (Att-Cmp-Int-Yds-TD): UC-Zach Frazer 39-19-2-223-0. OU-Landry Jones 49-34-1-429-3.

Third Quarter: OU-Cameron Kenney 59 pass from Jones (Stevens kick) 10:55 (4 plays, 80 yards, 1:01); OU-Jamell Fleming 55 interception return (Stevens kick) 9:44; UC-Robbie Frey 95 kickoff return (Teggart kick) 9:30; UC-Teggart 38 field goal 5:04 (9 plays, 49 yards, 2:21)

Rushing (Att-Yds-TD): UC-Jordan Todman 32-121-0. OU-Demarco Murray 25-93-1.

Receiving (Rec-Yds-TD): UC-Anthony Sherman 3-63-0, Kashif Moore 4-62-0, Ryan Griffin 4-48-0. OU-Ryan Broyles 13-170-1, Cameron Kenney 7-154-1.

Fourth Quarter: OU-Ryan Broyles 5 pass from Jones (Stevens kick) 7:49 (10 plays, 88 yards, 3:25); OU-Tony Jefferson 22 interception return (Stevens kick) 2:40

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he University of Connecticut played in its first-ever Bowl Championship Game and dropped a 48-20 decision to seventh-ranked Oklahoma in the 2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl First Down 19 27 before a crowd of 67,232 at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Rushing 41-112 30-95 UConn junior tailback Jordan Todman carried the ball 32 times for 121 yards and Passing Yards 223 429 Att-Comp-Int 39-19-2 50-34-1 Husky senior quarterback Zach Frazer was 19 of 39 in the air for 223 yards. Total Offense 335 524 Oklahoma sophomore quarterback Landry Jones was 34 of 49 in the air for 429 yards while senior DeMarco Murray rushed 25 times for 93 yards. Average 4.2 6.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-1 Oklahoma scored touchdowns on both of its first quarter possessions. After UConn began the game with a threePenalties-Yards 3-25 1-3 and-out, the Sooners marched 70 yards on nine plays for an eight-yard TD pass from Jones to junior James Hanna. Punts-Average 7-46.9 4-40.8 The scoring play came on the only third down play the Sooners had on the drive. Punt Returns 1- -1 5-92 UConn moved 55 yards on its next possession, but failed on a fourth-and-one play that gave the Sooners the ball Kickoff Returns 9-270 4-73 at their own 19. The Sooners then moved the ball 81 yards on nine plays and scored on a three-yard rush by Murray. INT Ret.-Yards 1-46 2-77 Oklahoma gained 63 yards on five first down plays during the drive. Possession 31:49 28:11 The Huskies broke into the scoring column when redshirt sophomore Dwayne Gratz picked off a Jones pass and 3rd Down Conv. 5-17 7-15 returned it 46 yards for a touchdown. The interception return for a TD was the fifth of the year for the Huskies - tying a school record from 2007. Oklahoma came right back and moved the ball from its own 20 to the Husky 20, but UConn’s defense held strong and limited OU to a 41-yard field goal to make it 17-7 with 9:57 to go. The teams then traded field goals the rest of the first half as junior kicker Dave Teggart hit a 37-yard field goal with 26 seconds left in the first half to make it 20-10 at the break. The Sooners exploded for two quick TDs to start the second half as they took their second possession of the half a quick four plays in 80 yards as Jones hit senior Cameron Kenny on a 59-yard touchdown pass. Oklahoma then made it 34-10 as Frazer threw an interception picked off by junior Jamell Fleming. UConn junior Robbie Frey kept the pesky Huskies going as he returned the ensuing kickoff 95 yards for a score to cut the lead to 34-17. Junior kicker Dave Teggart hit on a 38-yard field goal with 5:04 left in the third to make it 34-20. The field goal marked the tenth-straight for Teggart, as he ended the season making 15 of his past 16 attempts. Junior Ryan Broyles gave the Sooners a 41-20 lead when he had a five-yard reception for an Oklahoma touchdown with 7:49 left in the game. Broyles’ score was followed up at the 2:40 mark when freshman Tony Jefferson had a 22-yard interception return for another Sooner touchdown, putting the final score at 48-20.

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n its football history, the University of Connecticut has produced a total of 11 first-team All-Americans named by a number of organizations and publications. The most recent came last year as running back Jordan Todman was a First Team All-American by the Sporting News and second team by the Associated Press and the Walter Camp Football Foundation. In 2008, running back Donald Brown became UConn’s first All-American since joining the FBS. He too was a First Team All-American by the Sporting News and second team by the Associated Press and the Walter Camp Football Foundation. Below is a complete listing of Connecticut’s first-team, second-team, third-team and honorable mention All-Americans. JOHN CONTOULIS – 1962

VINNY CLEMENTS – 1970

RICH FOYE – 1973

REGGIE ECCLESTON – 1980

JOHN DORSEY – 1983

GLENN ANTRUM – 1988

TROY ASHLEY – 1989

MARK DIDIO – 1991

TAVARR CLOSS – 1997

DONALD BROWN – 2008

JORDAN TODMAN – 2010

UCONN FOOTBALL ALL-AMERICANS Name

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Buddy Amendola RB Pat Anglim OG Glenn Antrum WR Troy Ashley LB Carl Bond WR Donald Brown RB Domingos Carlos K Jim Carriere P Mark Carter K Vin Clements RB TaVarr Closs OT John Contoulis OT Nate Cotton NG Scott Daniels DB Matt DeGennaro QB Mark Didio WR John Dorsey LB Reggie Eccleston WR Rich Foye C David Franks OG Jeff Gallaher RB Mike Gasparino OG Neil Gauvin P Dave Gracon DT Vernon Hargreaves LB Keith Hugger WR Mike Jansen LB Steve Michalewicz NG Ken Miller TE Ken Sweitzer QB Scott Sweitzer WR Jordan Todman TB Mike Walsh TE Darrell Wilson DB

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Third Team Honorable Mention Third Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team First Team Second Team First Team Honorable Mention Third Team Honorable Mention Third Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Third Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

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1955 1986 1987 1988 1989 1997 2008 1981 1982 1988 1986 1970 1997 1996 1962 1987 1987 1988 1990 1991 1983 1980 1973 1988 1987 1983 1982 1983 1983 1982 1983 1981 1982 1987 1982 1980 1981 1980 1981 1987 2010 1983 1980


All-Conference H o n o r s Zach Hurd . .................. Moe Petrus ................... Kendall Reyes ............... Mike Ryan .................... Dave Teggart ................ Jordan Todman ............ Nick Williams .............. Lawrence Wilson .......... Andre Dixon . ............... Jasper Howard ........... Honorary Captain Jordan Todman ......... Zach Hurd . ............... Greg Lloyd . ............... Robert McClain . ....... Lindsey Witten .......... Lawrence Wilson ....... Will Beatty . .................. Cody Brown ................. Donald Brown . ............ Darius Butler ................ Scott Lutrus .................. Robert Vaughn ............. Tyvon Branch . ............. Andre Dixon . ............... Danny Lansanah .......... Donald Thomas ........... Donald Brown . ............ Rhema Fuller ................ Rhema Fuller ................ James Hargrave . ........... Deon McPhee .............. Dan Murray ................. Alfred Fincher . ............. Ryan Krug .................... Maurice Lloyd .............. Justin Perkins . .............. Cornell Brockington .... Matt Nuzie ................... Shaun Feldeisen ............ Alfred Fincher . ............. Tyler King .................... Ryan Krug .................... Maurice Lloyd .............. Brian Markowski .......... Dan Orlovsky ............... Uyi Osunde .................. Justin Perkins . .............. O’Neil Wilson .............. Terry Caulley ................ Tommy Collins ............ Ryan Krug .................... Jamar Wilkins ............... John Fitzsimmons ........ Razul Wallace ............... Chad Cook ................... Mike Morelli ................ Jordan Younger ............ Carl Bond ..................... Dennis Callaghan ......... Jeff DeLucia .................. Khalid Riley .................. Jordan Younger ............ Carl Bond ..................... TaVarr Closs . ............... Recolon Jumpp ............ Brad Keatley ................. TaVarr Closs . ............... Baran Johnson .............. Anthony McKinney ..... Dak Newton . ............... TaVarr Closs . ............... David DeArmas . .......... David DeArmas . .......... Brian Gleason ............... Anthony McKinney ..... Monte Nowden . .......... Tory Taylor .................

OG . ....... 2010 C ............ 2010 DT ......... 2010 OT ......... 2010 K ............ 2010 TB .......... 2010 KR . ........ 2010 LB .......... 2010 TB .......... 2009 CB ........ 2009 TB ........ 2009 OG ....... 2009 LB . ....... 2009 CB ........ 2009 DE ........ 2009 LB . ....... 2009 OT ......... 2008 DT ......... 2008 RB .......... 2008 CB . ........ 2008 LB .......... 2008 CB . ........ 2008 KR . ........ 2007 RB .......... 2007 LB .......... 2007 OL ......... 2007 RB .......... 2006 DT ......... 2006 DT ......... 2005 LB .......... 2005 DT ......... 2005 TE .......... 2005 LB .......... 2004 OT ......... 2004 LB .......... 2004 CB . ........ 2004 RB .......... 2004 K ............ 2004 WR ....... 2003 LB .......... 2003 DE ......... 2003 OT ......... 2003 LB .......... 2003 OG . ....... 2003 QB ......... 2003 DE ......... 2003 CB . ........ 2003 WR ........ 2003 TB .......... 2002 TE .......... 2002 OT ......... 2002 DE ......... 2002 WR ........ 2000 LB .......... 2000 DE ......... 1999 P ............. 1999 PR .......... 1999 WR ........ 1998 OG . ....... 1998 SS ........... 1998 NG . ....... 1998 CB . ........ 1998 WR ........ 1997 OT ......... 1997 TB .......... 1997 LB .......... 1997 OT ......... 1996 C ............ 1996 TE .......... 1996 WR ........ 1996 OT ......... 1995 K ............ 1995 P ............. 1995 DT ......... 1995 TE .......... 1995 FS ........... 1995 TB .......... 1995

Pat Walsh ..................... David DeArmas . .......... David DeArmas . .......... Sherrard Joseph ............ Paul Zenkert ................. Tom Bachonski ............ Bruce Bourgoin ............ Paul Duckworth ........... Wilbur Gilliard ............. Sherrard Joseph ............ Scott Mitchell ............... Monte Nowden . .......... Rob Belcoure ................ Mark Chapman ............ Alex Davis ..................... Brian Kozlowski ........... Alex Davis ..................... Mark Didio .................. Nick Mancuso .............. Alex Davis ..................... Matt DeGennaro ......... Mark Didio .................. Brian Kozlowski ........... Nick Mancuso .............. Rusty Neal .................... Mike Rembish .............. Troy Ashley .................. Matt DeGennaro ......... Lyndon Johnson ........... Stuart Milberg .............. Rusty Neal .................... Sean Fay . ...................... Kevin Wesley ................ Glenn Antrum . ............ Troy Ashley .................. George Boothe ............. Jim Carriere .................. Matt DeGennaro ......... David Franks ................ Pat Anglim . .................. Jim Carriere .................. Mike Coleman ............. Nate Cotton ................. Scott Daniels ................ David Dunn ................. Jeff Gallaher .................. Mike Jansen .................. Scott Sweitzer ............... Pat Anglim . .................. Mark Carter .................. Nate Cotton ................. Scott Daniels ................ Mike Jansen .................. Pat Anglim . .................. Jim Carriere .................. Nate Cotton ................. Mark Michaels . ............ Mike Walsh .................. Matt Latham ................ Mario Marrero . ............ Mike McNamara . ........ Mark Michaels . ............ Domingo Carlos . ......... John Dorsey ................ Mike Gasparino . .......... Neil Gauvin .................. Dave Gracon ................ Vernon Hargreaves ....... Mike Harkins ............... Matt Latham ................ Pat Moug ...................... Billy Parks ..................... Mike Walsh .................. Barry Wood .................. Domingos Carlos ......... John Dorsey . ................ Neil Gauvin .................. Vernon Hargreaves .......

OT ......... K ............ P ............. T ............ LB .......... TE .......... LB .......... LB .......... RB .......... T ............ DB ......... WR ........ DE ......... DB ......... WR ........ TE ......... WR ........ WR ........ T ............ WR ........ QB ......... WR ........ TE .......... T ............ DB ......... DT ......... LB .......... QB ......... G ............ T ............ DB ......... P ............. RB .......... WR ........ LB .......... RB .......... P ............. QB ......... G ............ G ............ P ............. T ............ NG . ....... DB ......... WR ........ RB .......... LB .......... TE .......... T ............ P ............ NG . ....... DB ......... LB ......... T ............ P ............. NG . ....... DE ......... TE .......... DB ......... NG . ....... DL . ........ DL . ........ K ............ LB .......... G ............ P ............ DT ......... LB .......... RB .......... DB ......... DL . ........ RB .......... TE .......... OT ......... K ............ LB .......... P ............. LB ..........

1995 1994 1994 1994 1994 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1992 1991 1991 1991 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1984 1984 1984 1984 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1982 1982 1982 1982

Keith Hugger . .............. Steve Michalewicz ........ Mike Muha .................. Domingos Carlos ......... Keith Hugger . .............. Fred Markland . ............ Ken Miller ................... Ken Sweitzer ................. Ken Sweitzer ................. Reggie Eccleston ........... Mark Flood .................. Joe Markus ................... Ken Miller ................... Dewey Raymond . ........ Bob Segar . .................... Ken Sweitzer ................. Jeff Thomas .................. Rusty Umberger ........... Jody Webb . .................. Darrell Wilson .............. Steve Beal ...................... Reggie Eccelston ........... Mark Flood .................. Tony Jordan ................. Peter Lamagna .............. Ken Miller .................... Ken Sweitzer ................. Ted Walton .................. Steve Beal ...................... Dennis O’Connell ........ Ted Walton .................. Herb DeGraffe ............. Steve Rose ..................... Tony Catapano ............ Rob Farbotko ............... Ted Walton .................. Paul Mariano ................ Rich Fenton .................. Bob Bundy ................... Rich Foye . .................... Allan MacLellan ........... Manny Sasser ................ Bruce Thompson ......... Eric Torkelson .............. Rich Foye . .................... Brian Herosian ............. Mark McEwen ............. Alan Shaw ..................... Bruce Thompson ......... Dom Carlucci . ............. Brian Herosian ............. Jim Pisciottano ............. Alan Shaw ..................... Bill Tuzil ....................... Dom Carlucci . ............. Vinny Clements ........... Brian Hermes ............... Brian Herosian ............. Vic Radzevich ............... Rick Robustelli ............. Bill Spencer . ................. Bill Tuzil ....................... Dom Carlucci . ............. Vinny Clements ........... Phil Doran .................... Bill Spencer . ................. Vinny Clements ........... Ben DeGenova ............. Jimmy DeWitt ............. Phil Doran .................... George Koller ............... Pete Petrillo . ................. Stan Rajczewski ............ Bill Spencer . ................. Ralph Tiner .................. Nick Turco ................... Mike Zito ..................... Steve Dixon ..................

WR ........ NG . ....... OT ......... K ............ WR ........ S ............. TE .......... P ............. QB ......... SE . ......... G ............ WR ........ TE .......... NG . ....... K ............ QB ......... LB .......... P ............. CB . ........ DB ......... DT ......... WR ........ G ............ RB .......... CB . ........ TE .......... WR ........ DB ......... DT ......... LB .......... DB ......... DB ......... DB ......... G ............ TE .......... DB ......... DT ......... DB ......... G ............ C ............ TE .......... DT ......... DB ......... RB .......... C ............ DB ......... T ............ LB .......... DB ......... DB ......... DB ......... DT ......... LB .......... T ............ DB ......... RB .......... LB .......... WR ........ C ............ QB ......... G ............ T ............ DB ......... RB .......... NG . ....... G ............ RB .......... C ............ RB .......... NG . ....... DT ......... QB ......... T ............ G ............ DE ......... DE ......... RB .......... T ............

1982 1982 1982 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1978 1978 1978 1977 1977 1976 1976 1976 1975 1974 1973 1973 1973 1973 1973 1973 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1969 1969 1969 1969 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1967

Roy Lawrence ............... G ............ 1967 Henry Palasek ............... DB ......... 1967 Steve Smith ................... NG . ....... 1967 Roy Lawrence ............... G ............ 1966 Nick Turco ................... DE ......... 1966 Dick Kupec .................. C ............ 1963 John Contoulis ............. T ............ 1962 Tony Pignatello ............ E ............. 1961 Fred Stackpole .............. G ............ 1961 Bob Treat . .................... T ............ 1961 David Bishop ................ C ............ 1960 Jim Browning ............... RB .......... 1960 Tom Conroy ................ E ............. 1960 Roger Gagne ................. T ............ 1960 John Sadak . .................. G ............ 1960 Fred Stackpole .............. G ............ 1960 David Bishop ................ C ............ 1959 Jim Browning ............... RB .......... 1959 Tom Conroy ................ E ............. 1959 Gerry D’Avolio ............. RB .......... 1959 Bill Minnerly ................ RB .......... 1959 Barry O’Connell ........... WR ........ 1959 Robert Slattery .............. G ............ 1959 John Zinser ................... G ............ 1959 Norm Chaban .............. RB .......... 1958 Tom Conroy ................ SE . ......... 1958 Phil DeSantis ................ RB .......... 1958 Harry Drivas ................. QB ......... 1958 Joe Llodra ..................... T ............ 1958 Barry O’Connell ........... E ............. 1958 Paul Scagnelli ................ C ............ 1958 Bill Wallner .................. G ............ 1958 Larry Day . .................... RB .......... 1957 Ray Manninen . ............ SE . ......... 1957 Lou Mooradian ............ G ............ 1957 Don Overlock .............. T ............ 1957 Paul Scagnelli ................ C ............ 1957 Bill Wallner .................. G ............ 1957 Joe Dubiel . ................... C ............ 1956 Ed Enos ........................ T ............ 1956 Norm Gerber . .............. T ............ 1956 Gene Green .................. HB ......... 1956 Lenny King ................... RB .......... 1956 Ray Manninen . ............ E ............. 1956 Lou Mooradian ............ G ............ 1956 Paul Whitley ................. RB .......... 1956 Buddy Amendola ......... C ............ 1955 Jim DiGiorno ............... QB ......... 1955 Ed Enos ........................ G ............ 1955 Norm Gerber . .............. T ............ 1955 Lenny King ................... HB ......... 1955 Ray Manninen . ............ E ............. 1955 Ron Rymash ................. DE ......... 1954 Buddy Amendola ......... RB .......... 1953 Phil Booker ................... G ............ 1953 John Cunningham ....... DT ......... 1953 Ray Luciani . ................. SE . ......... 1953 Ed Mahoney ................. T ............ 1953 Phil Tinsley . ................. HB ......... 1953 Joey Bettencourt ........... RB .......... 1952 John Cunningham ....... DT ......... 1952 Rocco Murano ............. LB .......... 1952 Pete Pehota ................... SE . ......... 1952 Al Rogers ...................... T ............ 1952 Bob Roy . ...................... C ............ 1952 Phil Tinsley . ................. DB ......... 1952 Joe Viscount ................. DE ......... 1952 Mario Frattaroli ............ T ............ 1951 Ray Good ..................... FB .......... 1951 Irv Panciera ................... RB .......... 1951 Pete Pehota ................... SE . ......... 1951 Ron Rymash ................. DE ......... 1951 Joe Viscount ................. DE ......... 1951 1951-1996 Yankee Conference 1997-1999 Atlantic-10 Conference 2000-2003 Independent 2004-Present BIG EAST Conference

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number of former University of Connecticut football players have gone on to be drafted or signed free agent contracts with the National Football League. In 2009, UConn had a school-high 11 former players appear on NFL active rosters while in 2010 a total of nine were on active rosters. In addition, three Huskies appeared on NFL practice squad in 2009 and two others did in 2010. UConn’s NFL Draft history is currently becoming a rich one as four Huskies were picked in both the 2009 and 2011 drafts and 15 have been picked since 2005. In 2009, UConn became the first BIG EAST Conference school to have four picks in the first 63 selections since the league was restructured for the 2005 season. On these pages are listings of UConn players that have either by drafted by NFL teams, made an active season regular season roster or have signed free agent contracts with teams in the NFL.

UCONN AND THE NFL DRAFT Year

2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2005 2005 1994 1992 1989 1984 1980 1974 1971 1963 1962 1962 1958 1947 1946 1946

Round

5 6 6 7 4 7 1 2 2 2 4 6 6 3 5 6 12 9 4 8 11 4 4 11 16 18 28 6 9

Pick

136 166 183 237 107 249 27 41 60 63 100 195 195 82 145 190 312 238 99 221 272 102 27 153 213 210 259 49 74

Player

Anthony Sherman Lawrence Wilson Jordan Todman Greg Lloyd Marcus Easley Robert McClain Donald Brown Darius Butler William Beatty Cody Brown Tyvon Branch Donald Thomas Deon Anderson Alfred Fincher Dan Orlovsky Paul Duckworth Cornelius Benton David Franks John Dorsey Ted Walton Eric Torkelson Vin Clements John Contoulis Dave Bishop John Contoulis Lenny King Milt Dropo Walt Trojanowski Walt Dropo

Players Name Pos. Deon Anderson FB Glenn Antrum WR William Beatty OT Tyvon Branch DB Darius Butler DB Donald Brown RB Vin Clements RB John Contoulis DT Bill Cooke DL-OL Mark Didio WR John Dorsey LB Alfred Fincher LB Nick Giaquinto RB Ching Hammill BB Brian Herosian S Keith Hugger WR Brian Kozlowski TE

Team (League) Dallas (NFL) Miami (NFL) New England (NFL) N.Y. Giants (NFL) Oakland (NFL) New England (NFL) Indianapolis (NFL) N.Y. Giants (NFL) N.Y. Giants (NFL) Green Bay (NFL) San Francisco (NFL) Seattle (NFL) Detroit (NFL) Pittsburgh (NFL) Green Bay (NFL) New Orleans (NFL) Washington (NFL Miami (NFL) Washington (NFL) Providence (NFL) Baltimore Colts (NFL) N.Y. Giants (NFL) N.Y. Giants (NFL) Atlanta (NFL) Washington (NFL)

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DONALD BROWN BECOMES THIRD HUSKY TO PLAY IN THE SUPER BOWL Former Husky AllAmerican running back Donald Brown became the third UConn alumnus to play in the Super Bowl in February of 2010 when the rookie helped the Indianapolis Colts win the AFC championship. In addition, former Husky quarterback Tyler Lorenzen was on the practice squad for the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. Brian Kozlowski became the second Husky to play in a Super Bowl with the Atlanta Falcons in January of 1999. Kozlowski was the starting fullback for the AFC Champions. Nick Giaquinto, who played at UConn from 1975-76, participated in two Super Bowls with the Washington Redskins. He played in Super Bowl XVII in 1982 which the Redskins won and Super Bowl XVIII.

NFL Regular Season Active Rosters Year(s) 2007-2010 2010 1989 2009-10 2008-2009 2009-10 2009 1971-73 1964 1975 1976-77 1978, 1979-80 1978 1992 1984-89 2005-07 2008 1980-81 1981-83 1925 1973 1983 1994-97 1998-03 2004-07

Name Pos. Danny Lansanah LB Bob Leahy QB Booth Lusteg K Robert McClain DB Jim Merritts DE-NT Eric Naposki LB Red O’Neil C Dan Orlovsky QB Vic Radzevich BB-G-FB Pete Rostosky OL Shane Stafford QB Donald Thomas OG Eric Torkelson RB Julius Williams LB Pop Williams WB-FB-TB-HB Darrell Wilson DB Bold indicates current player

Team (League) Green Bay (NFL) Pittsburgh (NFL) Buffalo (AFL) Miami (AFL) Pittsburgh (NFL) Green Bay (NFL) Carolina (NFL) Indianapolis (NFL) New England (NFL) Indianapolis (NFL) Hartford (NFL) Detroit (NFL) Houston (NFL) Hartford (NFL) Pittsburgh (NFL) Cleveland (NFL) Miami (NFL) Detroit (NFL) Green Bay (NFL) Jacksonville Providence (NFL) Brooklyn (NFL) New England (NFL)

Year(s) 2008 1971 1966 1967 1968 1969 2010 1987 1988 1989 1926 2005-08 2009-10 1926 1983-87 1998 2008-2010 2010 1974-81 2009 1928-31 1932 1981


UConn and t h e N F L

UConn Players

and their

NFL Teams

(Listed with their final year at UConn) Donald Thomas ............................. 2007 Dan Orlovsky ................................. 2004

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Tommy Collins .............................. Bill Cooke . ..................................... John Dorsey . .................................. Paul Duckworth ............................. John Fitzsimmons .......................... Danny Lansanah ............................ Matt Latham .................................. Booth Lusteg .................................. Anthony McKinney ....................... Eric Torkelson ................................

2003 1971 1983 1993 2000 2007 1984 1965 1996 1973

HOUSTON TEXANS

Dan Orlovsky ................................. 2004

INDIANAPOLIS (BALTIMORE) COLTS Danny Lansanah earned his way from a free agent signee to the active roster of the Green Bay Packers in 2008.

ARIZONA (ST. LOUIS) CARDINALS

Ray Blagman .................................. Cody Brown ................................... Tyler King ...................................... Mark Michaels . .............................. Anthony Sherman .......................... Jordan Younger ..............................

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 2006 2008 2004 1985 2010 1999

ATLANTA FALCONS

Brian Kozlowski ............................. 1992

BUFFALO BILLS

Marcus Easley ................................. 2009 Booth Lusteg .................................. 1965 Uyi Osunde .................................... 2003

CAROLINA PANTHERS

Keith Gray ...................................... Robert McClain ............................. Sean Mulcahy ................................. Lawrence Wilson ............................

Donald Brown . .............................. Dan Davis . ..................................... Keith Gray ...................................... Brian Herosian ............................... Jim Merritts .................................... Eric Naposki ...................................

2008 2009 2003 2010

CHICAGO BEARS

Dahna Deleston ............................. 2008 Walt Dropo .................................... 1946

Tyler King ...................................... Tyler Lorenzen ............................... Scott Lutrus .................................... Dan Murray ................................... Tory Taylor .................................... Pat Walsh ....................................... Julius Williams ...............................

2004 2008 2010 2006 1998 1995 2008

TaVarr Closs . ................................. 1997 Justin Perkins . ................................ 2004 Deon Anderson .............................. Nick Giaquinto .............................. Danny Lansanah ............................ Booth Lusteg .................................. Donald Thomas .............................

2007 1976 2007 1965 2007

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Vin Clements ................................. 1970 John Contoulis ............................... 1962 Anthony McKinney ....................... 1996

CINCINNATI BENGALS

Sean Mulcahy ................................. 2003

CLEVELAND BROWNS

Vernon Hargreaves ......................... 1983 Uyi Osunde .................................... 2003 Shane Stafford ................................ 1998

DALLAS COWBOYS

Deon Anderson .............................. Pat Anglim . .................................... Mark Flood .................................... David Franks .................................. Eric Naposki ................................... Ken Sweitzer ...................................

DETROIT LIONS

Bill Cooke . ..................................... Alfred Fincher . ............................... James Hargrave . ............................. Danny Lansanah ............................

Glenn Antrum . .............................. Steve Beal ........................................ Darius Butler .................................. Domingos Carlos ........................... Reggie Eccleston ............................. Mark Flood .................................... Keron Henry .................................. Ryan Krug ...................................... Eric Naposki ................................... Jody Webb . .................................... Darrell Wilson ................................

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

Alfred Fincher . ............................... Keron Henry .................................. Tyler Lorenzen ................................ Aaron Sanders . ...............................

NEW YORK GIANTS 2008 2007 2008 1972 1980 1985

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

MIAMI DOLPHINS

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

William Beatty . .............................. Dave Bishop ................................... Vin Clements ................................. John Contoulis ............................... Ed Enos .......................................... Nick Giaquinto .............................. Marc Hickok .................................. Keith Hugger . ................................ Brian Kozlowski ............................. Ken Maikkula ................................. Ken Miller ...................................... Bill Moll ......................................... Ted Walton ....................................

NEW YORK JETS

Cody Brown .................................. Nick Giaquinto .............................. Dave Greenhalgh ............................ Eric Naposki ................................... Larry Taylor ....................................

1988 1979 2008 1983 1980 1980 2004 2004 1985 1980 1980 2004 2004 2008 1989 2008 1961 1970 1962 1956 1976 2002 1983 1992 1942 1981 1948 1979

Nick Giaquinto (above), who played at UConn between 1975-76, participated in two Super Bowls with the Washington Redskins. He played in Super Bowl XVII in 1982 which the Redskins won and in Super Bowl XVIII in 1983 that Washington lost.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Bill Cooke . ..................................... David Franks .................................. Dave Greenhalgh ............................ Zach Hurd ...................................... Matt Latham ..................................

1971 1988 1978 2010 1984

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

Shane Stafford ................................ 1998

WASHINGTON REDSKINS 2008 1976 1978 1985 2007

OAKLAND RAIDERS

Terry Caulley .................................. Milt Dropo ..................................... Alfred Fincher . ............................... Nick Giaquinto .............................. Lenny King ..................................... Brian Kozlowski ............................. Walt Trojanowski . .........................

2006 1946 2004 1976 1957 1992 1949

Tyvon Branch . ............................... 2007

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Pat Anglim . .................................... 1987 Greg Lloyd ...................................... 2010 Ralph Tiner .................................... 1969

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Steve Beal ........................................ 1979 Cornelius Benton ........................... 1991 Derek Chard ................................... 2010 Mark Didio .................................... 1991 Bob Leahy . ...................................... N/A Booth Lusteg .................................. 1965 Pete Rostosky . ................................ 1982 Ted Walton .................................... 1979 Lindsey Witten ............................... 2009

ST. LOUIS RAMS

Sean Mulcahy ................................. 2003

2007 1987 1980 1988 1985 1981

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

Rick Robustelli ............................... 1970 Jordan Todman ............................... 2010

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

Bill Cooke . ..................................... 1971 1971 2004 2005 2007

Marcus Easley was a fourth-round draft pick of the Buffalo Bills in 2010.

Alfred Fincher, a captain of the 2004 Huskies, was a third round pick in the 2005 NFL Draft and played for both the New Orleans Saints and Washington Redskins.

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UConn and t h e C F L UConn And The Canadian Football League

T

he University of Connecticut has a long tradition of sending players to the Canadian Football League – both Canadian natives as “non-import” players and natives of the United States. UConn had a total of six players in the CFL last season, including Martin Bedard and Shawn Mayne, who were both members of the Grey Cup champion Montreal Alouettes. It was the second consecutive Gray Cup title for those two as Montreal also won the title in 2009 and they were joined by former Huskies Larry Taylor and Danny Desriveaux. Taylor was a rookie with Montreal in 2008 and had an unbelievable playoff game on Nov. 15 as he returned two punts for touchdowns in the East Division final against Edmonton to lead Montreal to the Grey Cup finals. He was named the 2009 Special Teams Player of the Year in the league. Maurice Llloyd completed his fifth year in the CFL in 2010 as his Edmonton Eskimos met Montreal in the 2010 Grey Cup game. Lloyd also won a Grey Cup title with Saskatchewan in 2007 and was a Western Division 2007 All-Star.

Former UConn tight end Martin Bedard, who graduated in 2008, was one of four former Huskies that were on the 2009 Montreal Alouettes team that won the Grey Cup in November 2009.

Former Husky Jordan Younger was a CFL All-Star in 2007 for Toronto and is a seven-year veteran of the league. O’Neil Wilson was the second wide receiver taken in the 2004 CFL Draft and has played for a number of teams in the league.

James Hargrave, a captain for the 2005 Huskies, played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2010 – his first year in the CFL.

Brian Herosian was a CFL East Division all-star selection twice and played for Winnipeg from 1975-78.

Terry Caulley has rushed for nearly 1,000 yards in his first two years as a member of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 2007 and ’08.

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UConn and t h e C F L

UConn Players

and their

CFL Teams

(Listed with their final year at UConn) BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS

MONTREAL ALOUETTES

Ed Enos .......................... 1956 Jason Ward ..................... 2006 O’Neill Wilson ............... 2006

Martin Bedard ................ 2008 Danny Desriveaux .......... 2004 Shawn Mayne ................. 2005 Larry Taylor . .................. 2007 O’Neil Wilson ................ 2003

CALGARY STAMPEDERS

Shawn Mayne ................. 2005 Larry Taylor . .................. 2007 EDMONTON ESKIMOS

Maurice Lloyd ................ 2004 Julius Williams ............... 2009 Jordan Younger . ............. 1999 HAMITON TIGER-CATS

Terry Caulley .................. 2003 James Hargrave ............... 2005 O’Neil Wilson ................ 2003

SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS

Maurice Lloyd ................ 2004 Shawn Mayne ................. 2005 TORONTO ARGONAUTS

Mark Flood . ................... 1980 O’Neil Wilson ................ 2003 Jordan Younger . ............. 1999 WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS

Brian Herosian . .............. 1972 Hakeem Kashama ........... 2002 Shawn Mayne ................. 2005 O’Neil Wilson ................ 2003

Former Husky Larry Taylor was named the 2009 Special Teams Player of the Year.

UConn And The UFL

T

here were three UConn Huskies who played in the United Football League in 2010 for the local Hartford Colonials franchise. The three were – tailback Andre Dixon, offensive lineman Keith Gray and linebacker Danny Lansanah. That team also plays their home games at Rentschler Field.

Former UConn running back Andre Dixon played for the Hartford Colonials in 2010 – the local franchise of the United Football League.

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Team Awar d s

IN THE FBS WEEKLY POLLS.. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Oct. 28, 2007 Nov. 4, 2007 Nov. 11, 2007 Nov. 18, 2007 Sept. 28, 2008 Dec. 5, 2010

No. 16 No. 16 No. 25 No. 20 No. 24 No. 25

COACHES POLL

Oct. 28, 2007 Nov. 4, 2007 Nov. 18, 2007 Sept. 28, 2008

No. 20 No. 16 No. 21 No. 23

BCS RANKINGS

Oct. 21, 2007 Oct. 28, 2007 Nov. 4, 2007 Nov. 11, 2007 Nov. 18, 2007 Dec. 2, 2007 Oct. 26, 2008

No. 23 No. 13 No. 13 No. 24 No. 20 No. 25 No. 25

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 2003 WR – Shaun Feldeisen (2nd team) 1978 OL – Bill Leahy (2nd team) 1977 C – Bill Leahy (2nd team) 1976 C – Bill Leahy (2nd team) RB – Darryl Schwartz (2nd team) 1973 OG – Bob Bundy (2nd team)

WALTER CAMP FOOTBALL FOUNDATION CONNECTICUT PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Most 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

UCONN FOOTBALL TEAM AWARDS (SINCE 2002) The Kendall Madison Award Valuable Player Joseph M. Giannelli Given to a strong team Team Seniors Unsung Hero Award player whose dedicaDan Orlovsky Alfred Fincher, Dan Orlovsky Deon McPhee Deon Anderson Dan Davis Tyler Lorenzen Donald Brown Andre Dixon Jordan Todman

Offensive Player Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Terry Caulley, Dan Orlovsky Shaun Feldeisen, O’Neil Wilson Cornell Brockington Terry Caulley Donald Brown Donald Brown Andre Dixon Donald Brown Jordan Todman Zach Frazer

Defensive Player Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

of the

of the

Roy Hopkins Uyi Osunde Tyler King James Hargrave Rhema Fuller Danny Lansanah Cody Brown Lawrence Wilson Lawrence Wilson

Special Teams Player of the Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Given annually to the top college football player in the nation who is a native of Connecticut. Dan Orlovsky ................................ 2004 Dan Orlovsky ................................ 2003 Carl Bond ...................................... 1998 Glenn Antrum . ............................. 1988

Marc Hickok Adam Coles Matt Nuzie Marvin Taylor Chris Pavasaris Tyvon Branch Robbie Frey Anthony Sherman Derek Chard, Dave Teggart

Named in honor of former UConn assistant football coach, head golf coach and athletic department administrator Joe Giannelli 2005 Fogarty 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Shane Ray Blagman, Brandon Young Donald Thomas William Beatty, Dahna Deleston Mike Hicks Mathieu Olivier

tion, hard work and outstanding citizenship best exemplify the strong spirit of the UConn Huskies. The award is named for the former Husky who passed away in the mid1990s. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Jamal Lundy Laurence Oliver Brian Sparks Grant Preston Terry Caulley Donnell Ford Darius Bulter Desi Cullen Zach Hurd

The John L. Toner Scholar Athlete Award The Brian Kozlowski Award Named in honor of the former NCAA President, UConn athletic director and head football coach John. L. Toner.

2002 Joe Villapiano 2003 Shaun Feldeisen 2004 Keron Henry 2005 Aaron Smith 2006 Rhema Fuller, Chris Pavasaris 2007 Zak Penwell 2008 Keith Gray 2009 Brad Kanuch 2010 Jonh Yurek

The Football Alumni Award 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Jeff Larson Terrance Smith Keron Henry Shawn Mayne Ernest Cole D.J. Hernandez Steve Brouse, Tyler Lorenzen Marcus Easley Scott Lutrus

Given to the player that is the most courageous, hard working and productive. The award is named for the former Husky who enjoyed a long and productive NFL career. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Wes Timko Sean Mulcahy Ryan Krug Taurien Sowell Matt Applebaum, Matt Nuzie Larry Taylor Julius Williams Robert McClain Anthony Sherman

The Jasper T. Howard Play-Every-Play Award Given to a strong team player who best exemplifies a “battle to the end” spirit. Named in honor of former Husky Jasper Howard, who passed away in October of 2009. 2009 2010

Andre Dixon Kelmetrus Wylie

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT YANKEE CONFERENCE, ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE AND BIG EAST CONFERENCE MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Jordan Todman 2010 Offensive Player of the Year

Tory Taylor 1995 Rookie of the Year

Tom Jackson 1986 Coach of the Year

Randy Edsall 2010 Coach of the Year

Troy Ashley 1989 Defensive Player of the Year

Mark Michaels 1985 Defensive Player of the Year

Donald Brown 2008 Offensive Player of the Year

Matt DeGennaro 1988 Offensive Player of the Year

John Dorsey 1983 Defensive Player of the Year

Recolon Jumpp 1997 Rookie of the Year

Matt DeGennaro 1987 Rookie of the Year

John Dorsey 1982 Defensive Player of the Year Ken Sweitzer 1981 Offensive Player of the Year

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Individual Career Records...................... 154-157 Year-By-Year Leaders.. .......................... 158 Single-Season Records........................... 159-162 Single-Game Records.. ............................ 163-165 100-Yard Performances.. ........................ 166-167 The Last Time.. ....................................... 168-169 Return Touchdowns................................ 170 Opponent Records.. ................................. 171 Single-Season Team Records.. ................ 172-174 FBS Era Records.. ................................... 174-178

Jordan Todman left UConn as the third leading-rusher in school history and was second in carries.


I ndividual C a r e e r R e c o r d s

TOTAL OFFENSE

PASSING

YARDS

ATTEMPTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12. 13. 14. 15.

10421 9269 8829 6126 4089 4075 3848 3800 3790 3771 3318 3179 2946 2659 2624

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91 Peter Lane, 1985-86 Tyler Lorenzen, 2007-08 Donald Brown, 2006-08 Rick Robustelli, 1968-70 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95 Bernie Palmer, 1973-76 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 Pete Petrillo, 1966-68 Irv Panciera, 1950-52 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1710 1619 1214 1120 843 803 774 715 698 685

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Bernie Palmer, 1973-76 Peter Lane, 1985-86 Rick Robustelli, 1968-70 Tyler Lorenzen, 2007-08 Donald Brown, 2006-08 Pete Petrillo, 1966-68

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

5295 4813 4386 4286 3535 3500 3386 3381 3335 3326

Tory Taylor, 1995-98 Joe Markus, 1979-82 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 Donald Brown, 2006-08 Mark Didio, 1988-91 Vinny Clements, 1968-70 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95 George Boothe, 1986-88 Ed Long, 1991-94 Carl Bond, 1995-98

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Rick Robustelli, 1968-70 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Peter Lane, 1985-86 Zach Frazer, 2008-10 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95 Bernie Palmer, 1973-76

COMPLETIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. UConn standout Vin Clements (1968-70) is in the top 10 in the record book for all-purpose yards, rushing carries, net yards, yards per rush, yards per game, overall touchdowns and total points.

Matt DeGennaro, who played for UConn from 1987-1990, is second in total offense yards with 9,269.

1567 1319 1026 712 692 620 562 561 538 535

RUSHING

YARDS PER GAME

CARRIES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(Min. 1500 yards)

1. 698 Donald Brown, 2006-08 2. 616 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 3. 570 Terry Caulley, 2002-06 4. 524 Ed Long, 1991-94 5. 515 Tony Jordan, 1978-80 6. 489 Vinny Clements, 1968-70 7. 484 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95 8. 464 Taber Small, 1998-01 9. 454 Cornell Brockington, 2003-05 10. 433 Joe Markus, 1979-82

NET YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3800 Donald Brown, 2006-08 3187 Terry Caulley, 2002-06 3179 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 2624 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95 2515 Ed Long, 1991-94 2327 Vinny Clements, 1968-70 2198 Cornell Brockington, 2003-05 1989 Jeff Gallaher, 1985-88 1958 Andre Dixon, 2006-09 1983 Tony Jordan, 1978-80

YARDS PER RUSH (Min. 1500 yards/300 att.)

1. 2. 4.

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5.6 5.4 5.4 5.2 5.2

Terry Caulley, 2002-06 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95 Donald Brown, 2006-08 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 Kevin Wesley, 1989-90

105.8 102.7 101.9 88.5 85.9

Vin Clements, 1968-70 Donald Brown, 2006-08 Kevin Wesley, 1989-90 Terry Caulley, 2002-06 Jordan Todman, 2008-10

*only counts games at running back

916 803 563 345 339 332 332 299 298 276

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Peter Lane, 1985-86 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91 Rick Robustelli, 1968-70 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95 Zach Frazer, 2008-10 Tyler Lorenzen, 2007-08

NET YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

10706 9288 8975 4949 4179 4160 4035 3802 3422 3236

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Peter Lane, 1985-86 Rick Robustelli, 1968-70 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95 Zach Frazer, 2008-10 Tyler Lorenzen, 2007-08

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

34 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95 33 Donald Brown, 2006-08 31 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 31 Terry Caulley, 2002-06 26 Taber Small, 1999-01 25 Cornell Brockington, 2003-05 25 Walt Trojanowski,1942, 45-46, 49 24 Ed Long, 1991-94 23 Vinny Clements, 1968-70 22 Arthur Williams, 1925-27

RUSHING – QUARTERBACKS RUSHING YARDS 1. 1508 2. 1177

Pete Petrillo, 1966-68 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81

RUSHING CARRIES 1. 428 2. 389

Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Pete Petrillo, 1966-68

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 17 2. 15

Pete Petrillo, 1966-68 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81

Dan Orlovsky, a Husky from 2001-04, holds every major passing record.


Individual Career R e c o r d s YARDS PER GAME (Min. 2500 yards)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

232.7 226.5 224.4 209.0 168.1

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Peter Lane, 1985-86 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91

YARDS PER ATTEMPT (Min. 450 att.)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

8.75 7.19 7.15 7.07 7.04

Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90

RECEIVING RECEPTIONS

Terry Caulley is UConn’s second all-time rusher with 3,187 yards from 2002-06.

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

84 73 73 37 31 24 24 20 19 19

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-81 Rick Robustelli, 1968-70 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91 Irv Panciera, 1950-52 Brian Hoffmann, 1997-99 Peter Lane, 1985-86

INTERCEPTIONS (THROWN) 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

51 49 49 38 37 30 29 28 27 25 25

Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Rick Robustelli, 1968-70 Bernie Palmer, 1974-76 Ken Sweitzer, 1978-82 Peter Lane, 1985-86 Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Irv Panciera, 1950-52 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95 Pete Petrillo, 1966-68 Jim DiGiorno, 1953-55

PASSING EFFICIENCY (Min. 450 att.)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

143.4 130.9 127.0 126.1 119.9

Shane Stafford, 1995-98 Matt DeGennaro, 1987-90 Dan Orlovsky, 2001-04 Cornelius Benton, 1987-91 Zeke Rodgers, 1992-95

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

239 200 186 173 161 159 145 118 113 111

Mark Didio, 1988-91 Alex Davis, 1989-92 Glenn Antrum, 1985-88 John Fitzsimmons, 1996-00 David Dunn, 1985-87 Brian Kozlowski, 1989-92 Carl Bond, 1995-98 Jason Williams, 2002-05 Tory Taylor, 1995-98 Keron Henry, 2001-04

NET YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

3535 Mark Didio, 1988-91 2841 John Fitzsimmons, 1996-00 2770 Carl Bond, 1995-98 2567 Alex Davis, 1989-92 2552 Glenn Antrum, 1985-88 2285 David Dunn, 1985-87 1961 Keith Hugger, 1979-82 1788 Brian Kozlowski, 1989-92 1615 Keron Henry, 2001-04 1522 Tory Taylor, 1995-98 1488 Reggie Eccleston,1976, 79-80 1485 Brian McGillicuddy,1982-84 1469 Jason Williams, 2002-05 1467 Dak Newton, 1995-96 1392 Shaun Feldeisen, 2000-03

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

24 23 22 21 16 15 14 13 13 13

Alex Davis, 1989-92 John Fitzsimmons, 1996-00 Carl Bond, 1995-98 Mark Didio, 1988-91 David Dunn, 1985-87 Ken Miller, 1978-81 Glenn Antrum, 1985-88 Tory Taylor, 1995-98 Dak Newton, 1995-96 Reggie Eccleston, 1976, 79-80

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A RECEPTION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

36 35 33 33 31 29

John Fitzsimmons, 1996-00 Alex Davis, 1989-92 Carl Bond, 1996-98 Mark Didio, 1989-91 David Dunn, 1985-87 Brian Kozlowski, 1990-92

Carl Bond, a husky from 1995-98, is in the top 10 in all receiving categories.

Mark Didio, who played for UConn from 1988-91, holds the records for receptions with 239, net receiving yards with 3,535, and receiving yards per game with 80.3.

YARDS PER CATCH (Min. 1300 yards)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

21.6 Dak Newton, 1995-96 19.1 Carl Bond, 1995-98 19.0 Keith Hugger, 1979-82 17.7 Reggie Eccleston,1976, 79-80 16.4 John Fitzsimmons, 1996-00

YARDS PER GAME (Min. 1300 yards)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

80.3 73.7 69.9 63.1 61.6

Mark Didio, 1988-91 David Dunn, 1985-87 Dak Newton, 1995-96 John Fitzsimmons, 1996-00 Carl Bond, 1995-98

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RECEIVING – TIGHT ENDS RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

159 101 94 93 84

Brian Kozlowski, 1989-92 Scott Sweitzer, 1984-87 Mike Walsh, 1983-85 Ken Miller, 1978-81 Allan MacLellan, 1973-75

NET YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1788 1313 1243 1128 1019

Brian Kozlowski, 1989-92 Ken Miller, 1978-81 Scott Sweitzer, 1984-87 Allan MacLellan, 1973-75 Mike Walsh, 1983-85

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 5.

15 10 10 10 6 6 6

Ken Miller, 1978-81 Dan Murray, 2003-06 Allan MacLellan, 1973-75 Tommy Collins, 1999-02 Mike Walsh, 1983-85 Brian Kozlowski, 1989-92 Tim Lassen, 2001-04

Walt Trojanowski (1942, 45-46, 49) is tied for eighth on the career records list in overall touchdowns, tied for fifth in rushing touchdowns and is tied for 13tth in total points. The UConn legend passed away in January of 2006.

PUNTING NUMBER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

271 234 217 209 196 196 173 166 142 136

Adam Coles, 2000-03 Rusty Umberger, 1977-80 Jim Carriere, 1985-88 Mike Morelli, 1996-99 Desi Cullen, 2006-09 Bernie Palmer, 1973-76 Leo Pinsky, 1944, 46-49 Neil Gauvin, 1981-83 Ralph Tiner, 1967-69 David DeArmas, 1993-95

NET YARDS

NET YARDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

10904 8405 8340 8224 8059 6851 6194 6098 5330 5283

Adam Coles, 2000-03 Rusty Umberger, 1977-80 Mike Morelli, 1996-99 Jim Carriere, 1985-88 Desi Cullen, 2006-09 Bernie Palmer, 1974-76 Neil Gauvin, 1981-83 Leo Pinsky, 1944, 46-49 Ralph Tiner, 1967-68 David DeArmas, 1993-95

Larry Taylor, 2004-07 Joe Markus, 1979-82 Mark Chapman, 1989-92 David Dunn, 1985-87 Brian Herosian, 1970-72 Jasper Howard, 2007-09 Greg Yodis, 1996-98 Matt Latham, 1982-84 Dak Newton, 1995-96 Cliff Hill, 1999-2002

AVERAGE: (80+ PUNTS)

TOUCHDOWNS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 4. 6.

41.1 40.2 39.9 39.3 38.8 38.1 37.9 37.7 37.5 37.3

Desi Cullen, 2006-09 Adam Coles, 2000-03 Mike Morelli, 1996-99 Chris Pavasaris, 2004-06 David DeArmas, 1993-95 Shane Hussar, 2004-05 Jim Carriere, 1985-88 Jack Redmond, 1964-65 Ralph Tiner, 1967-68 Neil Gauvin, 1981-83

PUNT RETURNS NUMBER

Desi Cullen is the UConn career punt leader with 46.1 yards per punt and is the singleseason leader with 42.8 in 2009.

1246 1013 648 628 526 504 427 396 375 363

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Joe Markus, 1979-82 Larry Taylor, 2004-07 David Dunn, 1985-87 Mark Chapman, 1989-92 Brian Herosian, 1970-72 Cliff Hill, 1999-2002 Jasper Howard, 2007-09 Dak Newton, 1995-96 Greg Yodis, 1996-98 Matt Latham, 1982-84

4 3 3 2 2 2 1

Larry Taylor, 2004-07 Jordan Younger, 1996-99 Matt Latham, 1982-84 Carl Bond, 1995-98 Joe Markus, 1979-82 Pete Rostosky, 1980-82 19 Players Tied

YARDS PER RETURN (Min. 40 returns)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

12.7 10.2 10.1 9.7 9.2

Larry Taylor, 2004-07 Joe Markus, 1979-82 Jasper Howard, 2007-09 Greg Yodis, 1996-98 Matt Latham, 1982-84

KICKOFF RETURNS NUMBER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

89 57 55 52 48 47 44 41 39 37 37 37

Tory Taylor, 1995-98 Joe Markus, 1979-82 George Boothe, 1986-88 Jordan Younger, 1996-99 Mark Chapman, 1989-92 Nick Giaquinto, 1975-76 Jason Dellaselva, 2000-02 Gary DuBose, 1982-84 Larry Taylor, 2004-07 Tyvon Branch, 2004-07 Billy DiYeso, 1966-68 Dave Korponai, 1961-63

NET YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1868 1438 1186 1104 1031 1005 1004 980 944 900

Tory Taylor, 1995-98 George Boothe, 1986-88 Joe Markus, 1979-82 Jordan Younger, 1996-99 Larry Taylor, 2004-07 Mark Chapman, 1989-92 Nick Giaquinto, 1975-76 Tyvon Branch, 2004-07 Jason Dellaselva, 2000-02 Robbie Frey, 2008-10.


Individual Career R e c o r d s PAT/KICK

INTERCEPTIONS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

124/135 Matt Nuzie, 2003-06 99/99 Dave Teggart, 2008-curr. 99/111 Nick Sosik, 1990-93 88/96 Rob Moons, 1987-90 82/86 Marc Hickok, 1999-02 64/69 Tony Ciaravino, 2006-08 62/65 Domingos Carlos, 1981-83 57/62 Mark Carter, 1985-87 55/60 Jim McManus, 1998 55/63 David DeArmas, 1993-95 55/59 Bob Segar, 1978-80 55/63 Greg Sinay, 1973-76

FIELD GOALS/ATTEMPTS 1. 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. Wilbur Gilliard holds the UConn record for overall touchdowns with 35 along with AllAmerican Donald Brown.

TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2.

2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Tyvon Branch, 2004-07 Nick Williams, 2009-current Robbie Frey 2008-10 Darius Butler, 2005-09 Larry Taylor, 2004-07 Jordan Younger, 1996-99 Tory Taylor, 1995-98 George Boothe, 1986-88 Gary DuBose, 1982-84 Ted Walton, 1976-79 Herb DeGraffe, 1975-77 Rich Hedgepeth, 1974-76 Nick Giaquinto, 1975-76 Richard Mason, 1973-76 Mike Zito, 1968-69

52/69 Dave Teggart, 2008-curr. 45/78 Matt Nuzie, 2003-06 36/52 Domingos Carlos, 1981-83 33/44 Tony Ciaravino, 2006-08 31/52 Nick Sosik, 1990-92 30/42 David DeArmas, 1993-95 27/38 Marc Hickok, 1999-02

YARDS PER RETURN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

26.1 25.6 21.6 21.5 21.4

OVERALL TOUCHDOWNS Donald Brown, 2006-08 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95 Terry Caulley, 2002-06 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 Taber Small, 1998-01 Cornell Brockington, 2003-05 Vinny Clements, 1968-70 Tory Taylor, 1995-98 Carl Bond, 1995-98 Walt Trojanowski, 1942, 45-46, 49 Arthur Williams, 1925-27 Alex Davis, 1989-92 John Fitzsimmons, 1996-00 Jeff Gallaher, 1985-88

Current Huksy Blidi Wreh-Wilson had two interception returns for a touchdown in 2010 to tie for second in school history.

1. 2.

TACKLES (since 1978) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

495 449 428 412 394 393 357 344 341 341 27 24 22.5 22 21.5 19 19 17 16 15 15 15

243 Darrell Wilson, 1976, 78-80 218 Dave Korponai, 1961-63 213 Darius Butler, 2005-08 210 Ted Walton, 1977-79 199 Rich Fenton, 1973-75 180 Rusty Neal, 1987-90 177 Chris Meyer, 2000-02 162 Danny Lansanah, 2004-07 153 Blidi Wreh-Wilson, 2009-curr. 153 Laban Marsh, 1997-99

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

DEFENSE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

George Boothe, 1986-88 Darius Butler, 2005-08 Gary DuBose, 1982-84 Jason Dellaselva, 2000-02 Nick Giaquinto, 1975-76

SCORING 1. 35 3. 34 4. 32 4. 28 5. 27 27 7. 26 8. 25 25 25 12. 24 13. 23 14. 22

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

John Dorsey, 1980-83 Lawrence Wilson, 2007-10 Troy Ashley, 1986-89 Maurice Lloyd, 2001-04 Mike Jansen, 1985-87 Vernon Hargreaves, 1981-83 Alfred Fincher, 2001-04 Paul Duckworth, 1990-93 Scott Lutrus, 2007-10 Dennis O’Connell, 1976-78

3 Lawrence Wilson, 2007-10 2 Blidi Wreh-Wilson, 2009-curr. 2 Darius Butler, 2005-08 2 Scott Lutrus, 2007-10 2 Robert McClain, 2006-09 2 Danny Lansanah, 2004-07 2 Justin Perkins, 2001-04

FUMBLE RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1. 3 2. 1

Jeff DeLucia, 1996-99 11 Players Tied

• Bold face indicates returning players

SACKS (since 1979)

(Min. 40 returns)

Matt Latham, 1982-84 Darrell Wilson, 1976, 78-80 Lenny King, 1955-57 Mark Chapman, 1989-92 Ted Walton, 1976-79 Robert Vaughn, 2006-09 Justin Perkins, 2001-04 Bob Warren, 1969-71 Robert McClain, 2006-09 Darius Butler, 2005-08 Danny Lansanah, 2004-07 Dwayne Miller, 1984, 86-88 Roy Hopkins, 1998-02 Scott Daniels, 1984-87

YARDS (RETURNED)

TOTAL POINTS 1. 259 Matt Nuzie, 2003-06 2. 254 Dave Teggart, 2008-curr. 3. 210 Donald Brown, 2006-08 210 Wilbur Gilliard, 1992-95 4. 206 Terry Caulley, 2002-06 6. 192 Jordan Todman, 2008-10 192 Nick Sosik, 1990-92 8. 170 Domingos Carlos, 1981-83 9. 168 Taber Small, 1998-01 10. 167 Vinny Clements, 1968-70 11. 163 Tony Ciaravino, 2006-08 Marc Hickok, 1999-02 13. 162 Cornell Brockington, 2003-05 14. 156 Tory Taylor, 1995-98

18 17 17 14 14 13 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10

Mark Michaels, 1982-85 Cody Brown, 2005-08 Uyi Osunde, 1999-2003 Lindsey Witten 2006-09 Rob Belcuore, 1989-92 Steve Beal, 1976-79 Tyler King, 2001-04 Paul Duckworth, 1990-93 Mike Rembish, 1987-90 James Hargrave, 2002-05 Chad Cook, 1996-99 Bruce Bourgoin, 1990-93

TACKLES FOR LOSS (since 1979)

John Dorsey (1980-83) leads the Huskies in career tackles with 495.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

49 (-219 yds) Uyi Osunde, 1999-03 47.5 (-142) Maurice Lloyd, 2001-04 45.5 (-196) Cody Brown, 2005-08 43 (-192) James Hargrave, 2002-05 40 (-177) Tyler King, 2001-04 35.5/(-133) Lawrence Wilson, 2007-10 35.5 (-111) Alfred Fincher, 2001-04 35 (-114) Danny Lansanah, 2004-07 33 (-113) Julius Williams, 2005-08 31 (-69) Razul Wallace, 1999-02 31 (-96) Jamar Wilkins, 1997-00

Lawrence Wilson was the second-leading tackler in school history as he had 449 stops from 2007-10.

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Year-by-Ye a r L e a d e r s

RUSHING YEAR 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

NAME Joe Bettencourt Buddy Amendola Mike Sikora Lenny King Lenny King Larry Day Bill Minnerly Bill Minnerly Bill Minnerly Dave Korponai Dave Roberts Brian Smith Scip Tucker Bob Quist Don Brown Bill DiYeso Pete Petrillo Vinny Clements Vinny Clements Ray Jackson Lou Allen Pat D’Onofrio Eric Torkelson Russ Clarke Nick Giaquinto Nick Giaquinto Robin Anderson Tony Jordan Tony Jordan Tony Jordan Joe Markus Joe Markus Billy Parks Billy Parks Jeff Gallaher Jeff Gallaher Jeff Gallaher George Boothe Kevin Wesley Kevin Wesley Ed Long Ed Long Wilbur Gilliard Ed Long Tory Taylor Hezekiah Faison Recolon Jumpp Barry Chandler Taber Small Taber Small Taber Small Terry Caulley Cornell Brockington Cornell Brockington Terry Caulley Donald Brown Andre Dixon Donald Brown Jordan Todman Jordan Todman

* by yardage

NO 86 76 94 132 176 116 93 103 97 52 61 69 74 81 61 37 160 186 242 129 137 111 276 143 80 185 126 179 209 127 120 174 249 175 71 148 146 213 199 131 155 163 215 103 208 127 155 169 199 161 100 220 131 238 141 161 167 367 235 334

YDS 377 410 315 494 777 626 407 470 409 296 236 247 251 284 284 252 676 962 1060 608 458 428 1233 512 420 911 487 741 734 508 601 532 1095 682 364 592 715 1002 1162 570 681 900 1099 461 1262 569 815 809 757 560 326 1247 643 1218 659 896 828 2083 1188 1695

AVG 4.4 5.4 3.4 3.8 4.4 5.4 4.4 4.6 4.2 5.7 3.8 3.6 3.4 4.6 4.6 6.8 4.2 5.2 4.4 4.7 3.3 3.9 4.5 3.6 5.3 4.9 3.9 4.1 3.5 4.0 5.0 3.1 4.4 3.9 5.1 4.0 4.9 4.7 5.8 4.4 4.4 5.5 5.1 4.5 6.1 4.5 5.3 4.8 3.8 3.5 3.3 5.7 4.9 5.1 4.7 5.6 5.0 5.7 5.1 5.1

TD 8 2 5 2 13 3 5 4 3 2 2 2 3 3 1 2 8 7 9 5 9 2 8 4 2 5 0 3 0 2 6 4 9 3 3 5 8 11 10 4 4 8 17 4 6 4 9 10 14 8 4 15 10 11 6 7 3 18 14 14

YDS 1048 269 266 380 185 150 602 510 205 284 434 451 666 847 412 595 565 1565 2030 708 829 610 429 652 1427 661 541 624 2014 2190 989 1198 1360 1973 2206 2206 2633 2472 1977 2701 817 1705

TD 11 1 2 4 2 2 6 3 0 3 4 4 5 3 1 3 1 14 16 3 1 8 3 2 4 2 5 7 16 15 4 7 9 7 12 18 17 17 8 18 3 7

PASSING YEAR 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

NAME ATT COMP INT Irv Panciera 158 81 8 Jim DiGiorno 61 18 11 Jim DiGiorno 72 23 8 Jim DiGiorno 68 34 6 John Livieri 34 13 2 Gerry D’Avolio 44 9 5 Harry Drivas 109 47 10 Harry Drivas 83 39 9 Tom Kopp 48 12 3 Joe Klimas 47 14 5 Lou Aceto 109 45 10 Lou Aceto 73 45 3 Lou Aceto 110 54 9 Dave Whaley 185 77 13 Paul Gruner 81 27 4 Pete Petrillo 130 52 11 Rick Robustelli 111 53 9 Rick Robustelli 283 132 20 Rick Robustelli 318 147 20 Ray Tellier 130 55 7 Ray Tellier 144 64 11 Lou Mancari 134 56 8 Bernie Palmer 99 45 6 Bernie Palmer 147 63 11 Bernie Palmer 223 109 16 Maron Clark 137 63 9 Ken Sweitzer 109 48 6 Alan Arison 153 61 9 Ken Sweitzer 252 127 11 Ken Sweitzer 282 145 18 Rob Trivella 172 77 19 Larry Corn 227 107 8 Chris Riley 203 99 12 Peter Lane 292 152 18 Peter Lane 328 187 12 Matt DeGennaro 319 193 13 Matt DeGennaro 387 238 13 Matt DeGennaro 356 212 15 Matt DeGennaro 257 160 21 Cornelius Benton 376 217 14 Tom DeSarno 170 79 5 Zeke Rodgers 245 139 12

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Zeke Rodgers Shane Stafford Shane Stafford Shane Stafford Shane Stafford Brian Hoffmann Ryan Tracey Dan Orlovsky Dan Orlovsky Dan Orlovsky Dan Orlovsky Matt Bonislawski Matt Bonislawski Tyler Lorenzen Tyler Lorenzen Zach Frazer Zach Frazer

135 182 270 296 278 264 292 269 366 475 457 162 163 347 162 218

72 99 144 164 156 149 159 128 221 279 288 82 75 197 79 116 261

8 8 6 10 5 13 5 11 11 14 15 7 3 6 8 9 136

968 8 1492 11 2330 17 2814 23 2339 22 1681 11 1984 15 1379 9 2488 19 3485 33 3354 23 836 6 843 5 2367 13 869 3 1461 10 6 1425

* by attempts

RECEIVING YEAR 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

NAME Joe Bettencourt Phil Tinsley Ron Rymash Lenny King Ron Vernet Larry Day Bob Horan Gerry D’Avolio Tony Magaletta Ken Luciani Dave Korponai Dave Korponai Gary Blackney John Billingslea Gary Blackney Steve Price John Crisp Paul Tortolani John Crisp Keith Kraham Greg Andrews Greg Andrews Allan MacLellan Allan MacLellan Allan MacLellan Bob Farbotko Bob Farbotko Ken Sweitzer Reggie Eccleston Reggie Eccleston Keith Hugger Keith Hugger Brian McGillicuddy Brian McGillicuddy Mike Walsh David Dunn David Dunn Glenn Antrum Mark Didio Mark Didio Mark Didio Alex Davis Monte Nowden Brian Reid Dak Newton Dak Newton Carl Bond Carl Bond John Fitzsimmons Steve O’Connor Cliff Hill Tommy Collins Shaun Feldeisen Keron Henry Jason Williams Larry Taylor Terence Jeffers Kashif Moore Marcus Easley Mike Smith

* by receptions

NO 26 8 22 16 8 7 12 14 5 5 17 20 12 16 16 9 32 29 46 36 19 31 31 32 21 23 22 18 26 50 57 25 39 44 47 57 66 77 62 78 88 57 52 36 24 44 51 61 59 50 40 39 65 67 32 29 44 27 48 46

YARDS 412 184 281 223 171 82 164 258 119 118 201 167 163 150 119 70 377 367 484 610 342 461 520 392 216 375 277 215 285 1081 1145 511 566 712 491 854 790 1130 867 1153 1354 760 756 516 474 993 1178 1004 785 678 397 497 860 891 315 261 582 273 893 615

TD 4 na 2 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 6 8 2 1 8 2 0 0 2 2 3 9 7 1 0 5 2 5 8 7 3 10 8 8 4 4 5 8 6 11 5 2 1 6 7 5 5 1 5 1 8 2

PLAYS YARDS 190 1008 76 410 94 315 136 519 196 938 116 626 141 644 111 475 97 409 52 296 168 376 108 391 184 702 281 856 179 549 290 1271 235 1132 311 1352 338 1901 227 770

TD 12 2 5 2 14 3 8 4 3 2 4 4 5 3 1 11 14 14 16 3

TOTAL OFFENSE YEAR 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

NAME Irv Panciera Buddy Amendola Mike Sikora Lenny King Lenny King Larry Day Harry Drivas Harry Drivas Bill Minnerly Dave Korponai Lou Aceto Lou Aceto Lou Aceto Dave Whaley Paul Gruner Pete Petrillo Pete Petrillo Rick Robustelli Rick Robustelli Ray Tellier

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

*by yards

Ray Tellier Eric Torkelson Bernie Palmer Bernie Palmer Bernie Palmer Maron Clark Ken Sweitzer Tony Jordan Ken Sweitzer Ken Sweitzer Rob Trivella Larry Corn Chris Riley Peter Lane Peter Lane Matt DeGennaro Matt DeGennaro Matt DeGennaro Matt DeGennaro Cornelius Benton Zeke Rodgers Zeke Rodgers Brandon Bailey Shane Stafford Shane Stafford Shane Stafford Shane Stafford Brian Hoffmann Ryan Tracey Dan Orlovsky Dan Orlovsky Dan Orlovsky Dan Orlovsky Matt Bonislawski D.J. Hernandez Tyler Lorenzen Donald Brown Jordan Todman Jordan Todman

235 276 148 240 361 241 216 209 389 433 255 341 265 393 410 417 468 426 308 442 186 299 181 250 318 337 317 357 334 300 416 505 489 224 229 480 367 256 334

962 1233 610 697 1617 1000 894 734 2433 2571 1053 1334 1188 1954 2121 2228 2681 2418 1938 2758 1087 1686 988 1497 2311 2729 2283 1918 1992 1262 2402 3444 3313 1075 1071 2695 2083 1373 1695

7 8 3 6 12 5 10 0 20 20 6 8 10 14 13 21 21 20 21 19 10 7 7 11 17 23 22 11 16 11 23 33 23 9 11 14 18 14 14

SCORING YEAR 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

*by points

NAME TD Joe Bettencourt 12 Phil Tinsley 6 Mike Sikora 5 Lenny King 4 Lenny King 13 Larry Day 5 Bob Horan 8 Gerry D’Avolio 5 Gerry White 6 Sean Sgrulletta 4 Dave Korponai 7 Dave Korponai 2 Dave Whaley 1 Dave Whaley 2 Roy Lawrence 0 Pete Petrillo 8 Pete Petrillo 8 Jimmy DeWitt 3 Vinny Clements 13 Keith Kraham 8 Lou Allen 9 Ray Tellier 6 Eric Torkelson 9 Greg Sinay 0 Roger Ings 6 Bernie Palmer 8 Maron Clarke 3 Herb DeGraffe 3 Ken Sweitzer 7 Bob Segar 0 Bob Segar 0 Domingos Carlos 0 Domingos Carlos 0 Billy Parks 9 Gary DuBose 7 Peter Lane 7 Mark Carter 0 David Dunn 8 Jeff Gallaher 8 George Boothe 12 Kevin Wesley 10 Mark Didio 10 Mark Didio 8 Wilbur Gilliard 10 Wilbur Gilliard 17 David DeArmas 0 David DeArmas 0 Dak Newton 9 Robb Myers 0 Jim McManus 0 Taber Small 15 John Fitzsimmons 9 Taber Small 9 Marc Hickok 0 Terry Caulley 16 Matt Nuzie 0 Matt Nuzie 0 Matt Nuzie 0 Donald Brown 9 Tony Ciaravino 0 Donald Brown 18 Andre Dixon 15 Jordan Todman 15 Dave Teggart 0

PAT 12-23 6-10 – – – 2 – – – – – – 9-9 9-11 6-6 – – 19-23 3-6 – – – – 14-15 – – – – – 13-15 28-29 31-32 17-17 – – – 24-25 – – – – – – – – 22-26 24-28 – 45-50 55-60 – – – 18-19 – 47-49 37-42 27-29 – 34-38 – – – 36-36

CV 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG PTS 1 88 – 42 – 30 – 24 – 78 – 33 – 58 – 34 – 36 – 28 – 44 – 16 3 24 3-5 30 6-13 24 – 48 – 52 5-15 52 0-1 83 – 52 – 54 – 38 – 54 9-19 41 – 36 – 50 – 18 – 18 – 42 11-20 46 9-17 55 14-18 73 11-16 50 – 56 – 42 – 42 15-23 69 – 48 – 48 – 72 – 60 – 60 – 50 – 60 – 102 10-14 52 17-24 75 – 54 11-14 78 9-17 82 – 90 – 54 – 54 12-17 54 – 96 11-21 80 20-28 97 10-19 57 – 54 22-27 100 – 108 – 90 – 90 25 111


Single-Season R e c o r d s

RUSHING CARRIES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

367 334 276 249 242 238 235 220 215 213

NET YARDS

Mike Smith was the leading receiver on the UConn team in 2010 with 46 receptions for 615 yards.

TOTAL OFFENSE NET YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

3444 3313 2758 2729 2695 2681 2571 2433 2418 2402 2311 2283 2232 2121 2083

PLAYS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

565 489 480 468 442 433 426 417 416 410

Dan Orlovsky, 2003 Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Cornelius Benton, 1991 Shane Stafford, 1997 Tyler Lorenzen, 2007 Matt DeGennaro, 1988 Ken Sweitzer, 1981 Ken Sweitzer, 1980 Matt DeGennaro, 1989 Dan Orlovsky, 2002 Shane Stafford, 1996 Shane Stafford, 1998 Matt DeGennaro, 1987 Peter Lane, 1986 Donald Brown, 2008 Dan Orlovsky, 2003 Dan Orlovsky, 2004 Tyler Lorenzen, 2007 Matt DeGennaro, 1988 Cornelius Benton, 1991 Ken Sweitzer, 1981 Matt DeGennaro, 1989 Matt DeGennaro, 1987 Dan Orlovsky, 2002 Peter Lane, 1986

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2208 1896 1844 1879 1821 1766 1653 1635 1572 1502

Donald Brown, 2008 Joe Markus, 1981 Jordan Todman, 2010 Jordan Todman, 2009 Vinny Clements, 1969 George Boothe, 1988 Nick Giaquinto, 1976 Tory Taylor, 1998 Tory Taylor, 1995 Wilbur Gilliard, 1993

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

2083 1695 1262 1247 1233 1218 1188 1162 1099 1095 1093 1060 1002

Donald Brown, 2008 Jordan Todman, 2010 Eric Torkelson, 1973 Billy Parks, 1983 Vinny Clements, 1969 Cornell Brockington, 2004 Jordan Todman, 2009 Terry Caulley, 2002 Wilbur Gilliard, 1993 George Boothe, 1988 Donald Brown, 2008 Jordan Todman, 2010 Tory Taylor, 1995 Terry Caulley, 2002 Eric Torkelson, 1973 Cornell Brockington, 2004 Jordan Todman, 2009 Kevin Wesley, 1989 Wilbur Gilliard, 1993 Billy Parks, 1983 Andre Dixon, 2009 Vinny Clements, 1969 George Boothe, 1988

YARDS PER GAME (MIN. 1,000 YARDS)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

160.2 141.2 124.7 117.8 116.2

TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. . 10.

22 18 17 15 14 14 14 14 14 12

Donald Brown, 2008 Jordan Todman, 2010 Terry Caulley, 2002 Vin Clements, 1969 Kevin Wesley, 1989

Walt Trojanowski, 1945 Donald Brown, 2008 Wilbur Gilliard, 1993 Terry Caulley, 2002 Jordan Todman, 2010 Jordan Todman, 2009 Andre Dixon, 2009 Taber Small, 1999 Arthur Williams, 1926 Lenny King, 1956

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH RUSHING TD 1. 3. 5.

8 8 6 6 6 5

Taber Small, 1999 Terry Caulley, 2002-03 Jordan Todman, 2009 Donald Brown, 2008 Jeff Gallaher, 1987-88 Ed Nook, 1995

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH 100 YARDS 1. 2. 3. 3. 5.

8 6 5 5 4. 4 4

Donald Brown, 2008 Terry Caulley, 2002-03 Jordan Todman, 2010 Vin Clem