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CONNECTICUT (4-5, 2-2 BE) vs. LOUISVILLE (5-5, 3-2 BE) GAME 10 w Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011 w 12:00 p.m. RENTSCHLER FIELD (40,000)

SNY/BIG EAST NETWORKw WTIC-UCONN RADIO NETWORK UConn Schedule/Results Date Opponent(TV) Score/Time 9/3 FORDHAM(ESPN3) W,35-3 9/10 at Vanderbilt (SNY) L, 24-21 9/16 IOWASTATE(ESPN2) L,24-20 9/24 at Buffalo (SNY) W, 17-3 10/1 WESTERNMICHIGAN(SNY)L,38-31 10/8 at West Virginia*(SNY) L, 43-16 10/15 USF*(SNY) W,16-10 10/26 at Pittsburgh* (ESPN) L, 35-20 11/5SYRACUSE*(ESPNU) W,28-21 11/19LOUISVILLE*(SNY) 12:00p.m. 11/26RUTGERS*(ESPN2/SNY) 12:00p.m. 12/3 at Cincinnati* (ESPN/2) 12:00 PM * Denotes BIG EAST Conference game

Louisville Schedule/Results Date Opponent Score/Time 9/1 MURRAYSTATE(ESPNU) W,21-9 9/9 FIU(ESPN) L,24-17 9/17 at Kentucky (ESPNU) W, 24-17 10/1 MARSHALL(BENetwork) L,17-13 10/8 at North Carolina (ESPN2) L, 14-7 10/15 at Cincinnati* (BE Network) L, 25-16 10/21 RUTGERS*(ESPN2) W,16-14 10/29 SYRACUSE*(BENetwork) W,27-10 11/5 at West Virginia* (BE Net.) W, 38-35 11/12PITTSBURGH*(BENet.) L,21-14 11/19 at Connecticut* (BE Net.) 12:00 p.m. 11/25 at USF* (ESPN2) 11:00 a.m. * Denotes BIG EAST Conference game

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THE COACHES CONNECTICUTHEADCOACHPAULPASQUALONI UConn head coach PaulPasqualonimade his Husky head coaching debut a successful one on Sept. 3 as the Huskies topped Fordham of the FCS. The Cheshire, Conn., native was named the 28th head football coach in UConn history on January 14, 2011. Pasqualoni has had a highly-successful career on all levels of football -- professional, college and high school. He was the head coach at Western Connecticut from 1982-86 and led the team to the NCAA Division II playoffs in 1985. He had an extremely successful tenure as the head coach at Syracuse from 1991-2004. Pasqualoni led the Orange to 107 wins, four BIG EAST titles and a 6-3 postseason record. Among his bowl appearances at Syracuse were two Fiesta Bowls (1992 and ‘97) and an Orange Bowl (‘98). Pasqualoni is the all-time winningest coach in BIGEASTConference league wins with 64 and overall wins with 111. He is just one of two league coaches in history to win four BIG EAST Championships. His overall college coaching record stands at 145-81-1 (34-17 at WCSU, 107-59-1 at Syracuse and 35 at UConn). For the previous five seasons, Pasqualoni had served on NFL staffs -- with Dallas in 2005-07 and ‘10 and with Miami in 2008-09. His first coaching job was an assistant coach at Cheshire HS from 1972-75. He is a 1972 Penn State graduate. LOUISVILLECOACHCHARLIESTRONG CharlieStrongis in his second season as the head coach at Louisville and in his second season as a collegiate head coach. In 2010, he led Louisville to a 7-6 record and a victory over Southern Mississippi in the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl. Prior to taking over the Louisville position, he was an assistant coach at Florida from 2003-09. He served as the defensive coordinator for the Gators since 2003 and was the associate head coach since 2005. Strong was also an assistant coach on the Gator staff from 1988-89 and 199194. Strong also had assistant coaching stints at South Carolina (1999-2002), Notre Dame (1995-98), Mississippi (1990) and Southern Illinois (1986-87). He is a 1983 graduate of Central Arkansas, where he was a three-time all-conference selection in football and two-time pick in track and field.

RADIO & TV COVERAGE TELEVISIONCOVERAGE Saturday’s game will be televised nationally by ESPNU. PamWard is on playby-play while DanHawkinsis on color. ToddJonesis the producer and Scott Barke is the director. The game will also be replayed on SNY in a condensed mode on the “Husky Power Hour” on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. The game will be replayed in its entirity on Monday, Nov.21 at 1:00 p.m. SNY will also run a “Huksy Power House” on Christmas Day, Dec. 25 when eight games will be shown between 1:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. for holiday viewing. RADIOCOVERAGE For the 20th consecutive season, WTIC1080-AM in Hartford serves as the flagship station for the UConn Radio Network. WTIC is the state’s only 50,000 watt signal and can be heard in 23 states and parts of Canada. Veteran UConn announcers Joe D’Ambrosio (play-by-play) and Wayne Norman (color commentary) return to call the action with KevinNathanon the sidelines and E.B.Davis on production.

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AROUND THE BIG EAST 2011BIGEASTSTANDINGS BIGEAST OVERALL Cincinnati 3-1 .750 7-2 .778 Rutgers 3-2 .600 7-3 .700 West Virginia 3-2 .600 7-3 .700 Louisville 3-2 .600 5-5 .500 Pittsburgh 3-2 .600 5-5 .500 Connecticut 2-2 .500 4-5 .444 USF 1-4 .200 5-4 .556 Syracuse 1-4 .200 5-5 .500 THISWEEK’SGAMES Saturday,November19th Louisville at Connecticut, 12:00 p.m. Cincinnati at Rutgers, 12:00 p.m. Miami at USF, 3:30 p.m. All Times Eastern

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The UConn pregame show begins 90 minutes prior to kickoff, while at home games, the UConn Tailgate Show will air two and a half hours prior to the game with KevinNathanand BobJoyce. UConn football on home dates gets going earlywith “Ray At The Rent” with Ray Dunaway and ScottGray beginning at 6:00 a.m. for noon games. The UConn Football Radio Network also includes WILI 1400-AM in Willimantic and WSUB AM-FM in New London. UConn football games are also broadcast over the internet at WTIC.com.  UCONNANDSNY SNY, the television home of the New York Mets, Jets and the BIG EAST Conference, in conjunction with the University of Connecticut is in its second-year of a multi-year partnership that makes SNY "the official television home of the UConn Huskies football and men'sbasketballprograms". SNYannuallyfeatures300hoursofUConnprogramming - including 120 hours of Huskies game coverage. Additionally, SNY significantly expands its UConn sports coverage throughout its sports news and entertainment programming. SNY also created a UConn Huskies sports section on the network's website - www.SNY.tv. As the TV home of UConn football, SNY will air a minimum of four live games in 2011 -- which will be wrapped by in-depth post-game shows - produced by SNY. In addition to the network's live game coverage, SNY carries the following UConn Huskies football programming: ►Comprehensive UConn Huskies Football Season Preview Show ►Paul Pasqualoni’s Weekly Press Conference ►In-Depth Post-Game Shows (Following all SNY-televised UConn football games) ►UConn Huskies Season-in-Review/Bowl Preview Special ►UConn's "Football Signing Day" Press Conference ►Re-airs of every UConn Huskies Football Game (subject to availability) ►Huskies Power Hour: A 60-minute cut-down version of that week's game. As the college basketball season tips off, SNY's all-access pass features at least 13 UConn men's basketball contests and a minimum of one women's basketball contest each season.

SERIES NOTES HUSKIESVS.LOUISVILLEALL-TIME Saturday’sgamewillbetheeighthmeetingbetweenUConnandLouisvilleandthe Cardinalsleadtheseries4-3--although the Huskies have won three of the four last meetings. Louisville dominated Connecticut last year with a 26-0 victory over the Huskies on October 23, 2010. That game was Connecticut’s final loss of the regular season as UConn went on to win five-straight for the BIG EAST championship and a spot in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. AdamForman was 18 of 30 in the air for 195 yards and one TD while BilalPowellhad 27 carries for 105 yards. The Cardinals outgained the Huskies in total offense by a 355-195 margin. In the last game of the series at Rentschler Field, UConn topped Louisville by a 38-25 score on October 17, 2009. Running back AndreDixonhad three touchdowns and UConn converted four Louisville turnovers into 24 points. Dixon had 157 yards of rushing on 33 carries. The Huskies led 14-13 at halftime and took control of the game by scoring 17 unanswered points in the third quarter. JasperHoward was second on the UConn team in tackles with a career-high 11 tackles with a caused and recovered fumble. Tragically, Howard was killed in the early morning hours of the next day and the Louisville game was his final one. UConn topped Louisville by a 26-21 count on Sept. 26, 2008, at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. UConn’s LawrenceWilson picked off a pass with 2:45 left and returned it for a 45yard TD return to give the Huskies the winning edge. Louisville won the first three meetings in the series with the first coming in 2000 (41-22 in Louisville) as the Huskies were beginning as a FBS team. The next three meetings all came as BIG EAST Conference contests with Louisville winning in 2005 (30-20 at Rentschler Field) and in 2006 (48-17 in Louisville). UConn beat Louisville in 2007 for the first time -- 21-17 at Rentschler.

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UCONNINBIGEASTOPENERS,BIGEASTHOMEOPENERS Connecticut began BIG EAST Conference play on Oct. 28 vs. West Virginia and 2011 marks the eighth year of football league membership dating back to 2004. UConn now has a 3-5 record in BIG EAST openers with the loss at West Virginia. UConn has lost three straight BIG EAST openers as it fell 24-21 at Pittsburgh in 2009 In terms of BIG EAST home openers, UConn has now won seven of those eight games and the five past games in a row with the win over USF. UConn’s only BIG EAST home opener loss came in 2006 against fourth-ranked West Virginia. UConn was one of seven charter members of the BIGEASTConference when the league was founded in 1979 and UConn is the only founding school that is currently playing football in the league and scheduled to do so in the future. The other five original members were Boston College, Seton Hall, Syracuse, Providence, Georgetown and St. John’s. UCONNANDLOUISVILLECONNECTIONS UConn head coach Paul Pasqualoni has a 1-1 head coaching record against Louisville from his time at Syracuse...the Orangne won at Louisville 15-9 on Oct. 3, 1992 and lost to the Cardinals 30-20 on Sept. 13, 2003 in the Carrier Dome...UConn does not have any players from the state of Kentucky on its roster nor does Louisville have any Connecticut players on its roster. RENTSCHLERGAMEDAY At UConn home games, FanFest takes place starting four hours before kickoff up until 30 minutes before the game. It takes place between Gates A and B outside the stadium gates...The offerings change each game, but activities typically include inflatable games for children, live bands, promotional vehicles and UConn student-athletes from various teams signing autographs....The “Husky Walk” is a chance for fans to welcome the UConn team as they get off the team buses and head to the stadium. That takes place approximately two hours and 15 minutes before kickoff between Gates A and B...Onceagainthisseasonattheendofhomegames,theUConnteamwill singthe“UConnHusky”fightsonginfrontofthestudentsectionatRentschler Field.

SQUAD NOTES CLOSECALLHUSKIES UConnfinishedthenon-conferenceportionoftheregularseasonwitha2-3 record. That record could have been easily better as UConn lost to Vanderbilt, Iowa State and Western Michigan by a combined14pointsandledinthefourth quarterofeachgame. The October 8 loss at West Virginia was the first game this season that the Huskies did not hold a fourth quarter lead. UConn also did not lead in the fourth quarter of last Wednesday’s game vs. Pittsburgh. In the Vandy game, UConn trailed 14-3 at the half, but came back to score 18straight points for a 21-14leadwith10:34toplay. Vanderbilt stunned UConn with a 50-yard interception return to tie the game at 21-21 with 6:45 to play and then kicked a field goal with 2:56 to go for the win. In the Iowa State game, UConn led 10-7 at the half and tooka20-17leadwith 12:51leftinthegame.The Cyclones took a 24-20 lead with 9:08 to go on a TD and UConn lost the ball on downs with 1:48 to go as it had gotten to the Iowa State 38. In the Western Michigan game, UConnled24-17with12:40toplay, but gave up 21 points the rest of the way for the loss. The Huskies tied the game at 31-31 with 2:03 left to play, but WMU took a 38-31 lead with a TD with 1:35 left. UConn got the ball to the WMU 13, but then lost the ball on a fumble.

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CONNECTICUT VS. LOUISVILLE 2011 STATISTICAL COMPARISON

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RUSHINGYARDS McCombs ............829 370 ................Anderson McCummings ......125 368 ................D. Brown Shoemate ..............28 313......................Wright PASSINGYARDS McEntee ............1402 1440 ..........Bridgewater McCummings ......135 621 ........................Stein RECEPTIONS I. Moore ................28 32 ........................Harris K. Moore ................27 26 ................Chichester Griffin ....................24 26 ......................Rogers POINTSSCORED Teggart ..................60 49 ......................Philpott McCombs ..............30 24........................Parker K. Moore ................24 24 ..................Anderson Griffin ....................14 18 ..................D. Brown TOTALTACKLES Johnson ................70 70 ....................Heyman Smallwood ............61 70 ....................P. Brown S. Moore ................54 66 ....................H. Smith Junior ....................45 43 ........................Evans INTERCEPTIONS 3 Tied ......................2 2 ......................Heyman 2 ..........................Evans CATEGORY ......................UCONN LOU Total Offense......................319.8 326.6 Rushing Offense................119.0 120.5 Passing Offense ................200.8 206.1 Passing Efficiency ............116.4 134.6 Scoring Offense ................22.0 19.3 First Downs For ................143 165 Third Down Conv. ..............29% 38% Turnovers-INT/Fum ..........12-5/7 15-9/6 Total Defense ....................373.4 329.4 Rushing Defense ..............89.9 110.2 Passing Defense ..............283.5 219.2 Passing Eff. Defense ........134.3 132.9 Scoring Defense ................22.5 18.6 First Downs Against ..........141 186 Third Down Defense..........31% 41% TOs Forced-INT/Fum ........16-10/6 13-7/6 Turnover Margin ................+4 -2 Time of Possession ..........31:44 30:59 Penalties-Yards..................38-304 76-608

HUSKIESHAVEBEENBOWLELIGIBLE Withfourwinsontheseason,theHuskiesneedtwomoretobecomebowl eligible. The 2010 UConn football team won the BIGEASTChampionship and advanced to play in the school’s first-ever BCSgame -- the Tostitos FiestaBowl.UConn has made the bowl eligible mark for the sixth time in the past eight seasons -- and the fourth consecutive. With

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TRACKING THE OPPONENTS Fordham (1-9) This Week: vs. Holy Cross Next Week: Season Complete

Vanderbilt (5-5) This Week: at Tennessee Next Week: at Wake Forest

Iowa State (5-4) This Week: at Okla. St. (Fri.) Next Week: at Oklahoma

Buffalo (2-8) This Week: vs. Akron Next Week: vs. B’ling Gr. (Fr.)

Western Michigan (5-5) This Week: at Miami (Oh) (W) Next Week: vs. Akron (Fri.)

NR/#23 West Virginia (7-3) This Week: Idle Next Week: Pittsburgh

USF (5-4) This Week: Miami (Fla.) Next Week: Louisville

Pittsburgh (5-5) This Week: Idle Next Week: at West Virginia

Syracuse (5-5) This Week: Idle Next Week: Cincinnati

Louisville (5-5) This Week: at Connecticut Next Week: at USF

Rutgers (7-3) This Week: vs. Cincinnati Next Week: Idle

Cincinnati (7-2) This Week: at Rutgers Next Week: Idle

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UConn’s trip and victory over South Carolina in the 2010 Papajohns.com Bowl marked the fourth time that the Huskies went bowling and the third consecutive. The Huskies also went to the International Bowl in 2009 and defeated Buffalo. In 2007, UConn was 9-3 in the regular season and went on to the Meineke Car Care Bowl. In 2004, the Huskies went 7-4 in the regular season and won the Motor City Bowl. In 2003, UConn was 9-3, but did not go to a bowl because of its independent status. EXPERIENCEDUCONNSTAFF Pasqualoni has completed an amazingly experienced coaching staff for the year: Name Position ............................................................AlmaMater Paul Pasqualoni Head Coach ..................................................Penn State ‘72 George DeLeone Offensive Coordinator, Tight Ends ..............Connecticut ‘70 Don Brown Defensive Coordinator, Cornerbacks ................Norwich ‘77 Hank Hughes Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Line ........Springfield ‘79 Matt Cersosimo Wide Receivers, Recruiting Coordinator........Springfield ‘00 Mike Foley Offensive Line ....................................................Colgate ‘78 Joe Moorhead Quarterbacks ....................................................Fordham ‘96 Darrell Perkins Safeties ............................................................Wyoming ‘90 Clayton White RBs, Special Teams Coordinator........North Carolina St. ‘02 Jonathan Wholley Linebackers ................................................Connecticut ‘04 The UConn staff has an extensive history of coaching college football: * There are four coaches on the staff that have served as college head coaches for a total of 42 seasons: Pasqualoni, 19 seasons (Syracuse 1991-2004, Western Connecticut 1982-86); DeLeone, 4 seasons (Southern Connecticut 1976-79); Brown, 12 seasons (Massachusetts 2004-08, Northeastern 20002003, Plymouth State 1993-95); Foley, 7 seasons (Colgate 1986-92). * There are four coaches on the staff that have served as coordinators on the FBS level – DeLeone, Brown, Hughes and Moorhead. * There are 196 combined seasons of college coaching on the staff – DeLeone 37, Foley 32, Hughes 30, Pasqualoni 29, Brown 29, Moorhead 11, Cersosimo 9, Perkins 9, White 7 and Wholley 3. PASQUALONIANDBIGEASTRECORDS UConn head coach Paul Pasqualoni has won more BIG EAST Conference games (league contests only) than any other coach in history. Pasqualoni has 64 league wins from 1991-2004 and 2011 while Frank Beamer of Virginia Tech is second with 57. Withhisfourwinsthisyear,Pasqauloniisalsofirstinleaguehistoryin overallwinswith111totopthemarkofBeamerwith108.The distant third is Don Nehlen of West Virginia at 61. UCONNCOACHINGDEBUTS Pasqualoni became the first Husky coach since 1923 to win his UConn coaching debut. ThelastcoachtowinaHuskydebutwasSumnerDolein1923. Here is how some other UConn head coaches have fared in their first game – Randy Edsall, 56-17 loss at Hofstra, Sept. 4, 1999; Skip Holtz, 17-6 loss vs. Nicholls State, Sept. 3, 1994; Tom Jackson, 22-5 loss at Rutgers, Sept. 10, 1983; Walt Nadzak, 49-0 loss at Lehigh, Sept. 10, 1977; Larry Naviaux, 22-20 loss vs. Lehigh, Sept. 15, 1973; Bob Casciola, 20-7 loss at Vermont; John Toner, 16-0 loss at Yale, Sept. 25, 1965; Rick Forzano, 21-6 loss at Yale, Sept. 26, 1964; Bob Ingalls, 34-13 loss at Yale, Sept. 20, 1952; Arthur Valpey, 25-0 loss at Yale, Sept. 23, 1950; J.O. Christian, 7-0 loss vs. American International; Sumner Dole, 13-0 win vs. Trinity, Sept, 29, 1923. 1,000ANDCOUNTING UConn’s game against Rhode Island on Sept. 26, 2009 was the 1,000 game in program history dating back to the first team in 1896. UConn now has an overall program record of 485-506-38 in 1,029 games.

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HUSKIESONWATCHLISTS,PRESEASONHONORS A number of members of the 2011 Huskies were named to preseason “Watch Lists” for 2011. They are: Junior Tight End Ryan Griffin (Londonderry, N.H.) * John Mackey Award Watch List/Midseason Watch List Senior Kicker Dave Teggart (Northborough, Mass.) * Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicker Award Senior Defensive Tackle Kendall Reyes (Nashua, N.H.) * Outland Trophy, given to the best interior lineman in the country * Bronko Nagurski Trophy, given to the best defensive player in the country * Lombardi Award, given to the top offensive or def. lineman in the country Senior center Moe Petrus (St. Laurent, Que.) * Outland Trophy * Lombardi Award Senior offensive tackle Mike Ryan (Tamaqua, Pa.) * Lombardi Award HUSKIESANDNATIONALPOLLS Connecticut has been ranked in the Associated Press poll for six weeks during its FBS history, four weeks in the USA Today poll and seven weeks in the BCS rankings. UConn was No. 25 on Dec. 5 of last season in its only ranking of the year. The Huskies were No. 16 on Oct. 28, 2007 and Nov. 4, 2007, No. 25 on Nov. 11, 2007, No. 20 on Nov. 18, 2007 and No. 24 on Sept. 28, 2008. BIGEASTPRESEASONPOLL Connecticut was picked sixth in the BIG EAST preseason media poll. West Virginia was first followed by Pittsburgh, USF, Syracuse and Cincinnati and then UConn followed by Rutgers and Louisville. UCONNVS.RANKEDTEAMS The Oct. 8 game vs. West Virginia marked the 18th time in school history that the Huskies faced a team ranked in the Associated Press poll at the time of the game. UConn’s only win in those 18 games came on Oct. 27, 2007 with a 22-15 win over No. 11 USF. UConn first played a ranked team in the 2001 season opener at No. 9 Virginia Tech. UConn has played the country’s top ranked team once when it traveled to Miami on Oct. 5, 2002. FASTESTFROMDIVISIONI-AATOTHEPOLLS SCHOOL I-ADEBUT FIRSTRANKING Marshall 1997 Two years, four weeks (9/12/99) CONNECTICUT 2002 Fiveyears,10weeks(10/28/07) South Florida 2001 Six years, three weeks (9/9/07) Boise State 1996 Six years, 13 weeks (11/10/02) UCONNFOOTBALLALEADERINACADEMICS The UConn football program continues to be a leader in the BIG EAST Conference in terms of academic performance by its student-athletes. UConnwasthetopteamintheNCAA’sGraduationSuccessRate(GSR) ofbothOctober2008and’09amongleagueschools.In2010,theHuskies GSRwasthirdintheBIGEASTandwithinfourpointsofthesecondplace teamandlastweek,the2011GSRcameoutandUConnwastiedforforuth inthleague,butwithinfourpointsofthetwoschoolsthatweretiedfor second. UConn’s 75 percent GSRmark was well ahead of the national GSRforFBSteams,whichwas67perecent. The UConn football program also had the highest NCAA GSR for AfricanAmerican student-athletes among all state universities that participated in a bowl game in 2008. In five of the past seven years, including 2007, ‘08 and ‘09, UConn was recognized by the American Football Coaches Association for its high graduation rate. UConn’soverallGSRin2009wasthethird-highestofthemorethan50 stateuniversitiesthatparticipatedinabowlgame.

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MEDIA SERVICES CONTACT: Mike Enright 2095 Hillside Road U-1173 Storrs, CT 06269-1173 Phone: (860) 486-3531 Cell: (860) 208-4756 FAX: (860) 486-5085 Email: mike.enright@uconn.edu Online: UConnHuskies.com IMAGES For high resolution logos and head shots, visit the BIG EAST Conference and UConn section of CollegePressBox.com. For action shots, please contact Mike Enright. ALLINFORMATIONBELOWISBASEDONA SATURDAYGAMEWEEK . WEEKLYPAULPASQUALONI TELECONFERENCES Sunday:Teleconference 2:00 p.m. ET. Go to: http://sportssystems.spiderphone.com/02819699 Monday: Via BIG EAST Teleconference at 11:40 a.m. ET. The number to call is (913) 981-5533. Thursday:Brief update teleconference at 1:00 for state media only. The weblink is the same as above. Contact Mike Enright for more information. PLAYER/ASST.COACHESINTERVIEWS Selected players and assistant coaches are available from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday. MEDIALUNCHEONS UConn will host its weekly media luncheon on Tuesday during game weeks. The schedule is as follows: 11:30 a.m.: Coach Pasqualoni speaks 12:15 p.m.: Lunch begins 12:30 p.m.: Opposing coach on phone if available 1:00 p.m.: Remaining UConn players/assistant cocahes available. PLAYERS MUST BE REQUESTED 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE PRACTICECOVERAGE The first 30 minutes (approximate) of practice on Tuesday and Wednesday are open to photographers and videographers shooting B-Roll. All Friday walkthroughs are closed to the media. POSTGAMEINTERVIEWS UConn’s locker room is closed following games.

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>> 2011 UConn football 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. HUSKIESVS.THEBIGEAST UConn owns an all-time mark of 24-28 in BIGEASTConference games since joining the league for football in 2004. The Huskies posted their best conference record with a 5-2 mark in 2007 and ‘10. UConn had a five-game BIG EAST Conference games win streak broken on Oct. 8 at West Virginia. It was the longest in school history. HUSKIESONTHEROADSINCE2002 The Huskies have put together a 22-31 road record since 2002. In non-conferenceroadaffairs over that same span, Connecticut has posted a mark of 17-11 and has wonnineofitslast13such games. HUSKIESVS.NON-CONFERENCEFOESSINCE2002 Connecticut boasts a 42-20record against non-conference opponents in the regular season since making the move to the FBS in 2002. The Huskies have won 17 of their last 24 regular season non-league games overall with the only blemishes coming via a one-point loss at Virginia (17-16) in 2007, losses to North Carolina in 2008 and ‘09, Michigan and Temple in ‘10 and Vanderbilt, Iowa State and Western Michigan in ‘11. UConn has posted the following records in non-conference regular season games: 6-6 (2002), 9-3 (2003), 4-1 (2004), 3-1 (2005), 3-2 (2006), 4-1 (2007), 4-1 (2008), 4-1 (2009), 3-2 (2010) and 2-3 (2011). HUSKIESINNCAASTATISTICS Here are the categories where UConn is ranked in the top 40 in the 2011 NCAA statistics. Rushing Defense 6th at 89.89 yards (Second in BIG EAST) Scoring Defense 38th at 22.33 (Fourth in BIG EAST) Sacks 24th at 2.56 (Seventh in BIG EAST) TFL 34th at 6.77 (Seventh in BIG EAST) Individual leaders Rushing Lyle McCombs, 16th at 109.00 (2nd in BIG EAST) FGoals Dave Teggart, 11th at 1.56 (Second in BIG EAST) Sacks Trevardo Williams, t18th at 0.72 (t3rd in BIG EAST) TFL Kendall Reyes, 27th at 1.28 (Third in BIG EAST) Sio Moore, t45th at 1.17 (t6h in BIG EAST) HUSKIESINTHENFL As the NFL held its training camps this past summer, there were a total of 14 Huskies in NFL camps before final cuts were made. UConn had 11 former players that were on NFL rosters in 2009 (a school high) and that number currently stands at 10 former Huskies are currently on NFL rosters. The 2009 NFL Draft made history for the Huskies as four UConn players were selected in the first 63 selections. UConn is the only BIG EAST school to have four players picked that early since the league was reorganized in 2005. UConn had two players selected in the 2010 NFL Draft and four more in ‘11. ThenumberofformerUConnplayersonNFLteamsisnow 10. They are:

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* Quarterback Dan Orlovsky of the Indianapolis Colts, who is in his seventh year in the NFL and played four years in Detroit and two with Houston. * Offensive tackle WilliamBeatty of the New York Giants, who is entering his third year and has six starts over the past two seasons for the Giants. * Running back DonaldBrown, who is entering his third year with the Indianapolis Colts. He was UConn’s first All-American in the BCS era and the Huskies’ first NFL First Round Draft Pick. He’s with the Indianapolis Colts and played in the Super Bowl his rookie year. * Defensive back DariusButler, who played the past two seasons for the New England Patriots, was waived by the team and then signed by the Carolina Panthers * Defensive back TyvonBranch, who is entering his fourth year with the Oakland Raiders. He has started all 16 games for the Raiders over the past two years. * Wide receiver MarcusEasley with the Buffalo Bills, who missed all of last season (rookie) with an injury, and is on the injured reserve list again. * Offensive guard DonaldThomas with the New England Patriots, who is in his fourth year in the league and has also played with the Dolphins and the Lions. He was picked up by the Patriots earlier this season. FB, AnthonySherman, a fifth round pick of the Cardinals TB, JordanTodman, a sixth round pick of the Chargers. He was waived by the Chargers on Oct. 22 and then resigned to their practice squad. LB, Scott Lutrus, who signed a free agent contract with the Jaguars and was released and was then signed by the Rams on the practice squad. LB, Lawrence Wilson, a sixth round pick of the Panthers, who was cut by the team and later resigned for the practice squad roster. He was cut by the team last week. HUSKIESINTHECFL In addition, there are four former UConn players in the Canadian FootballLeague this year. Martin Bedard (Montreal Alouettes) is entering his third year and has been part of two Grey Cup championship teams. Monteal played Hamilton on Sunday, Nov. 13 in the Eastern Division Semifinals. Larry Taylor is in his fourth year in the league and is now with Calgary after spending the first three with Montreal. He was the 2009 CFL Special Teams Player of the Year. Calgary played Edmonton on Sunday, Nov. 13 in the Western Division semifinals. JuliusWilliams, who played at UConn through 2008, is in his first year with the Edmonton Eskimos. JordanYounger was in his eighth season -- all with Toronto. Toronto finished the year 6-12. Taylor and Bedard and the Montreal team won Grey Cup championship game last December 2010 by a 21-18 score against Edmonton. 2011GAMEBALLS FORDHAM: Lyle McCombs BUFFALO:Johnny McEntee, Nick Williams, UConn defense USF: Kendall Reyes, Dave Teggart SYRACUSE:Paul Pasqualoni, George DeLeone, Kevin Friend, Sio Moore, Nick Williams

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ACTIVECAREERLEADERSINGAMEBALLS Dave Teggart (5), Kendall Reyes (4), Nick Williams (4), Moe Petrus (3), Cole Wagner (3) Jerome Junior (2), Sio Moore (2), John Delahunt (1), Kevin Friend (1), Ryan Griffin (1), Corey Manning (1), Adam Masters (1), Lyle McCombs (1), Johnny McEntee (1), Mike Ryan (1), Trevardo Williams (1), Blidi Wreh-Wilson (1). 2011SCOUTTEAMPLAYERSOFTHEWEEK FORDHAM: QB Blaise Driscoll (O), LB Ryan Donohue (D), LS Alex Kantor (ST). BUFFALO: TB Wilbert Lee (O), LB Ryan Donohue (D), TB Wilbert Lee (ST). USF: Shakim Phillips (O), Dave Stevenson (D), WR Mike Smith (ST). SYRACUSE: FB Brendan McLaughlin (O), LB Brandon Steg (D), LB Marquise Vann (ST). HUSKIESONTHEREBOUND UConn is 29-17 in games following a loss since Oct. 26, 2002. BALLCONTROLISTHEKEY A telling sign of UConn’s strong performance on both sides of the ball during its tenure as a FBS program has been its ability to both record and prevent long drives. Since the start of the 2002 season, UConn’s offense has strung together 83 scoring drives of at least 80 yards (including two on Oct. 1 vs. WMU, one vs. USF on Oct. 15 and one vs. Pittsburgh on Oct. 26) while the Husky defense has surrendered just 59 such marches. West Virginia had two 80-yard drives on Oct. 8 and Pittsburgh had one on Oct. 26. UConn also holds a 20-6 advantage over its opponents in the number of 90-yard and over drives since becoming a I-A program. Michigan had a 96-yarder last year. UConn had a 93-yard drive on October 1 vs. Western Michigan. HUSKIESDOMINATINGONBOTHSIDESOFTHEBALL Over the past 110 games, UConn has outgained its opponent 64 times. This stretch, like many UConn trends, dates back to a 28-24 loss at Vanderbilt on Oct. 26, 2002. CONNECTICUT’SFOURCAPTAINS The UConn team selected four team captains for the 2011 season, KendallReyes (for the second-consecutive year) and KashifMoore with MoePetrus and BlidiWreh-Wilson.

OFFENSE NOTES McCOMBSMAKESIMPRESSIVEDEBUTVS.FORDHAM UConn freshman Lyle McCombs’s (Staten Island, N.Y.) 141 yardsofrushinginhiscollegiatedebutintheFordhamgameis the second-highest when compared against  UConn’s top 10 careerrushingleaders.The top mark belongs to Tony Jordan (No. 10), who had 144 yards vs. Northeastern to open the 1978 season. Other notables include: No. 1 Donald Brown, 118 yards vs. Rhode Island in 2006; No. 2 Terry Caulley, 62 vs. Boston College, 2002; No. 3 Jordan Todman, 81 vs. Virginia in 2008 (third game of season, was hurt for first two); No. 4 Wilbur Gillard, 91 vs. Furman in 1993; No. 6 Vinny Clements, 71 vs. Vermont in 1968; No. 7 Cornell Brockington, 25 vs. Indiana, 2003; No. 5 Ed Long, No. 8 Jeff Gallagher and No. 9 Andre Dixon did not have carries in their first career games.

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McCOMBSBACKINGITUP McCombs rushed for 118 yards in the Sept. 10 game vs. VanderbiltandhisfirstcollegegameagainstFBScompetition. McCombs has now rushed for a total of 981 yards in his first nine collegiate games. McCombs had a career-high 152 yards of rushing in the win over Syracuse and now has rushed for 100 yarsd or more in six of his first nine collegiate games. McCombs also had 136 yards against Western Michigan -- including a 65 yarder -- and 130 vs. USF. He also had 124 vs. Pittsburgh. He is currently the 25th leading rusher in the country at 103.62 yards per game. McCombs has rushed for 100 yards or more in five of his first eight collegiate games. McCOMBSNEARING1,000YARDS McCombs has rushed for 981 yards this season on 224 carries for an average of 4.4 yards per carry with five TDs. McCombsislookingforthe14thHuskyseasoninschoolhistory of 1,000 yards of rushing. He would become the 13th Husky to reach that mark as Jordan Todman rushed for that markinboth2009and‘10. DonaldBrown is the career leading in rushing in a season with 2,083 in 2008 while the bottom of that list is: No. 9 Wilbur Gilliard 1099 1993 No. 10 Billy Parks 1095 1983 No. 11 Andre Dixon 1093 2009 No. 12 Vinny Clements 1060 1969 No. 13 George Boothe 1998 1002 McCombs is looking to become the second freshman in school history to run for 1,000 yards in a season. Terry Caulley accomplished that in 2002 with 12,47 as a true freshman. McComb’s 224 carries is eighth in school single season history while Brown leads with 367 in 2008. THEQUARTERBACKRACE;JOHNNYMACSETTLESIN Connecticut entered the 2011 season without a quarterback who has started a collegiate game and with only one quarterback who has played in a collegiate game. UConn started three different QBs last year, who have all moved on from the program -- graduated Zach Frazer with ten starts, including the last six of 2010; Cody Endres with two starts and Mike Box with one. Here’s a quick look at the three Husky QBs this year: * Senior JohnnyMcEntee(Fullerton, Calif.) -- Put some separation in the QB race with his performances vs. Buffalo and Western Michigan and is now the full-time No. 1 starter...walk-on who had played in two games over the past two seasons...gained international fame last winter with his “trick shot” video on YouTube...the video now has over six million hits...started the Fordham game and was 8 of 12 in the air for 113 yards...started the Vanderbilt game and was 10 of 27 in the air for 99 yards and three interceptions and was sacked four times...started the Iowa State game and was 13 of 30 in the air for 188 yards with one interception...was 12 of 21 in the air for 213 yards and his first two career TD passes...did not throw an interception...was 22 of 39 in the air for career-high 300 yards with four TDs passes...became the first Husky since 2006 to have four TD pases in a game...the four TDs are tied for fourth in UConn single-game history....threw for 193 yards of passing against West Virginia....was 13 of 23 in the the air for 103 yards and did not have any TDs or interceptions vs. USF...was 17 of 33 for 193 yards and two TDs vs. Pittsburgh...was 8 for 14 in the air for 113

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EXPERIENCEONTHELINE Whoever gets the nod at quarterback for the Huskies plays behind an experienced offensive line. Senior center MoePetrus (St. Laurent, Que.) has started 48 consecutive games for the Huskies -- and the last 35 at center. Senior right tackle MikeRyan (Tamaqua, Pa.) returns after earning All-BIG EAST first team honors last year and has started 30 games over the past two years. Junior Adam Masters (Bethesda, Md.) plays right guard and started ten games last year -- the final six at right tackle. Sophomore Kevin Friend (Warrentown, Va.) plays at left guard and had a pair of starts last year. GRIFFINNAMEDTOMACKEYMID-SEASONWATCHLIST As the offensive philosophy of head coach PaulPasqualoni and his offensive coordinator George DeLeone develops at UConn, throwing to the tight end has obviously been emphasized. The third-leading receiver on the team is redshirt junior Ryan Griffin (Londonderry, N.H.), who has 25 receptions this year for 380 yards and two TDs. He had four receptions for 73 yards vs. Western Michigan and was the leading receiver vs. WVa with five receptions for 57 yards. He had three receptions for 38 yards against USF and had four receptions for 44 yards and a TD vs. Pittsburgh. Griffin was named one of 25 tight ends nationally to be named to the John MackeyAward Midseason Watch List. He was one of just two BIGEASTplayers named to it -- joining NickProvoofSyracuse.

2011 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS CONNECTICUTOFFENSE Game WRWRLT LG C RG RT TE QB FB TB Fordham K. Moore I. Moore Ryan Bardzak Petrus Masters Friend Delahunt McEntee Hinkley McCombs at Vanderbilt K. Moore I. Moore Ryan Bardzak Petrus Masters S. Brown Delahunt McEntee Hinkley McCombs Iowa State K. Moore I. Moore Bennett Friend Petrus Masters Ryan Delahunt McEntee Hinkley Shoemate at Buffalo K. Moore I. Moore Bennett Friend Petrus Masters Ryan Manning McEntee G. Davis (WR) McCombs Western Michigan K. Moore I. Moore Ryan Greene Petrus Masters Friend Griffin McEntee Hinkley McCombs at West Virginia K. Moore Manning (TE) Ryan Greene Petrus Masters Friend Griffin McEntee Delahunt (TE) McCombs USF K. Moore I. Moore Ryan Greene Petrus Masters Friend Griffin McEntee Hinkley McCombs at Pittsburgh K. Moore I. Moore Ryan Greene Petrus Masters Friend Griffin McEntee Hinkley McCombs Syracuse K. Moore I. Moore Ryan Greene Petrus Masters Friend Griffin McEntee Delahunt (TE) McCombs Louisville Rutgers Cincinnati CONNECTICUTDEFENSE GameDE DT DT DE SLB MLB WLB CBS SCB Fordham T. Williams Martin Reyes Jennings S. Moore Smallwood Johnson Wreh-Wilson Junior Agbor Gratz at Vanderbilt T. Williams B. Jones (S) Reyes Jennings S. Moore Smallwood Johnson Wreh Wilson Junior Agbor Gratz Iowa State T. Williams Martin Reyes Jennings S. Moore Smallwood Johnson Wreh-Wilson Junior Agbor Gratz at Buffalo T. Williams Martin Reyes Jennings S. Moore Smallwood Johnson Wreh-Wilson Jones Agbor Gratz Western Michigan T. Williams Martin Reyes Jennings S. Moore Smallwood Johnson Wilburn Junior Agbor Gratz at West Virginia T. Williams Martin Reyes Joseph S. Moore Smallwood Johnson B. Jones Junior T. Brown Gratz USF T. Williams Martin Reyes Joseph S. Moore Smallwood Johnson B. Jones Junior T. Brown Gratz at Pittsburgh T. Williams Martin Reyes Joseph S. Moore Smallwood Johnson B. Jones Junior T. Brown Gratz Syracuse T. Williams Martin Reyes Joseph S. Moore Smallwood Johnson B. Jones Junior T. Brown Gratz Louisville Rutgers Cincinnati

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(ISIAH)MOOREHITTINGHISSTRIDE UConn senior wide receiver IsiahMoore (Cambridge, Mass) had a career-night vs. Iowa State (Sept. 16) as he had eight catches for 143 yards for two career highs. He also had a 41-yard reception, which topped his career high. His previous single-game career highs were four receptions in four different games, 76 receiving yards at Baylor in 2009 and a 28-yard long reception in that same game. He backed that game up with another good game vs. Buffalo as he was UConn’s leading receiver with four receptions for 49 yards and a long of 16. He had two catches for 18 yards vs. Western Michigan and four catches for 41 yards at West Virginia. He was UConn’s leading receiver vs. USF with five receptions for 48 yards. Moore led UConn’s receiving efforts vs. Syracuse with four receptions for 72 yards. Moore is UConn’s leading receiver with 32 catches for 436 yards this season. (KASHIF)MOOREHITTINGHISSTRIDE UConn senior wide receiver Kashif Moore (Burlington, N.J.) had a career day for himself vs. Western Michigan on October 1. He set career highs with eight receptions for 112 yards vs. the Broncos. He also had a career-high two receiving TDs in the game. Moore led UConn with six receptions for 106 yards against Pitttsburgh -- including a 62-yard TD pass. He is the second leading receiver on the team with 28 receptions and leads the team with four receving TDs. WILLIAMSBACKONRECEIVINGEND UConn junior NickWilliams (East Windsor, N.J.) had been making headlines over his career mostly in the kickoff return department. Although he was always part of the WR group, Williams led the country in kickoff returns last year and was a First Team All-BIG EAST pick in that spot. UConn head coach Paul Pasqualoni has been using Williams more in a receiver role this year, but entering the Sept. 24 game vs. Buffalo, Williams still only had two career receptions -- both of them in 2009. Williams broke out of that with a pair of catches vs. the Bulls for 113 yards, including his first career receiving TD. Williams first reception of the night was a 64-yarder from McEntee late in the first half that set up a UConn TD with 15 seconds to go to give the Huskies a 10-3 halftime lead. He then had his first career TD reception on a 49-yard catch from McEntee with 4:52 left in the game to seal the UConn win. Williams had one catch for 26 yards vs. Western Michigan and two catches for 21 yards vs. West Virginia.

DEFENSE NOTES LOTSOFSTARTS,STARTERSBACK Connecticut returned one of the most experienced defenses in the country and in the BIG EAST Conference this season. On the defensive line, UConn returned players that started 45 games in 2010 and 93 for their career. The linebackers had just nine career and nine starts from ‘10 returning. The secondary was also very experienced with 45 starts back from last year and 71 for their careers. For totals, the UConn defense had 100 starts returning from last season and a total of 173 career starts.

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>> 2011 UConn football JENNINGSGETSFIRSTCAREERSTART Connecticut redshirt junior Teddy Jennings (Dayton, Ohio) made his first career start in the season opening against Fordham at defensive end. He responded by making eight tackles -- with 2.5 for a loss. He enjoyed another outstanding game vs. Vanderbilt as he made four tackles with 2.5 for a loss and he had three tackles vs. Iowa State. He had two tackles vs. Buffalo with a sack and two tackles against West Virginia. He had four tackles against USF -- including a tackle for a loss of two yards. Jennings moved into the starting lineup after playing in 13 games over the past two years as a reserve. He started in place of the injured JesseJoseph, who did not dress for the first time in his career vs. Fordham. The junior had started in 25 games over the past two years, missing one game, but dressed for it. Joseph did make his 2011 debut vs. Buffalo and had five tackles himself and then had three vs. Western Michigan. Joseph moved back into the starting lineup against West Virginia and did not have a tackle. He started again vs. USF and had four tackles with half a tackle for a loss and had four tackles and a sack vs. Pittsburgh. SMALLWOODIMPRESSESEARLY Connecticut redshirt freshman YawinSmallwood (Worcester, Mass.) is currently the second-leading tackler on the UConn team with 73 tackles -- just one off the team lead. He had a terrific game vs. Syracuse as he led the team with 12 tackles and also had half a sack and a pass breakup. He has started all nine games for UConn in his first collegiate season and also seems to have a knack for making the big play. Against Vanderbilt, he returned a fumble 64 yards for a touchdown and then had a 28-yard interception return vs. Buffalo. The interception vs. the Bulls came at a key time as it came on a third and goal play from the UConn five with the Huskies nursing a 10-3 lead. JONESHONOREDBYBIGEAST As UConn head coach Paul Pasqualoni looked for the right combination in his secondary, redshirt freshman ByronJones (New Britain, Conn.) made his second and third career starts vs. West Virginia and USF. He also started vs. Pittsburgh and Syracuse. Jones responded in fine form vs. USF as he returned a fumble 10-yards for a TD to provide the winning score for the Huskies in the win. He also made seven tackles in the game. For his efforts, Jones was named the BIG EAST Conference Defensive Player of the Week -- the first weekly league honor for the Huskies this year. Jones’ fumble return for a TD was the second for the Huskies this season as Smallwood had a 64-yarder vs. Vanderbilt. The two fumble returns for a TD mark just the third time in school history that the Huskies have achieved multiple fumble TD returns -- joining the 2001 squad (JamalLundy vs. Utah State and CliffHillvs. Buffalo) and 1997 (JeffDeLucia vs. Buffalo and AnthonyCarter vs. Rhode Island). BROWNALSOTAKINGTOSTARTINGROLE Redshirt freshman Ty-Meer Brown (McKeesport, Pa.) has made his first career starts in the last four games vs. West Virginia, USF, Pittsburgh and Syacuse. Against the Mountaineers, Brown had four tackles, a fumble

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SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES TEGGARTCAREERLEADERINFIELDGOALS,POINTS Redshirt senior DaveTeggart (Northborough, Mass.) has connected on all 121 of his extra point attempts during his career -- including 36 in 2010 and 47 in 2009. The 47-straight extra points from 2009 is a school record while his 36 from 2010 is third. * His 66 career field goals is a school record. It is also third in BIG EAST history. * His 121 extra points is second in school history while Matt Nuzie had 124 from 2003-06. His 318 career points is first in schoolhistory. *Teggart’s25fieldgoalslastyearwasaschoolsingle-season record.He had a total of 14 field goals in 2009 which is tied as the sixth-highest in school history while his 13 as a freshman is seventh. * Teggart kicked a career-long 53-yard field goal at West VirginiaonOct.8inthesecondquarter.The 53-yarder is tied as the second longest in school history -- the longest is 56 by Jim McManus vs. New Hampshire in 1998. * Of the 15 field goals in UConn football history of 50 yards or more, Teggart has five of them. * Teggart has had five games this season with multiple field goals and 19 during his career. He has 10 career games with threeormorefieldgoals. Teggart recorded what is arguably the biggest play in school history in the regular season finale of 2010 as he kicked a 52-yard field goal with 17 seconds left to play to lift UConn to a 19-16 win over USF that sent the Huskies to their first BCS game in school history. Earlier in the fourth quarter of that game, he kicked a 50-yarder. TeggartmatchedhisUSFyardagesvs.IowaState(Sept.16) ashetiedhisthencareerhighwitha52-yarderinthefirstquarterandaddeda50-yardinthethird. Teggart kicked a 27-yard field goal in overtime to lift UConn to a 16-13 win over West Virginia on Oct. 29 of last year. Hehadatotal ofthreefieldgoalsinthatgameandwasnamedtheBIGEAST SpecialTeamsPlayeroftheWeekforhisefforts. Those “final play” game-winners were the second and third of his career as he ended the 2009 regular season in fine form as he booted a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give the Huskies a 29-27 win over USF. Dating back to 2009, Teggart has kicked a field goal in 19 of the past 22 games. Teggart kicked a 29-yard field goal with 1:10 to go that tied the game vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 21, 2009) -- a contest the Huskies eventually won in overtime. Teggart is the first kicker in school history to successfully converthisfirst11fieldgoalattempts. NICKWILLIAMSANDKORETURNS UConn sophomore NickWilliams (East Windsor, N.J.) had a breakout night in his receiving career against Buffalo on Sept. 24, but remains the primary UConn kickoff and punt returner. Williams led the country in kickoff returns last year with 35.29 yards per return and he returned two kickoffs for TDs in 2010. Against Pittsburgh he returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown. Williams also had a 100-yard KO return for a touchdown vs. Rutgers -- the fourth in school history.

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Williams becomes just the second Husky ever to have two KO returns for a TD in a career -- joined by Tyvon Branch, who had both of his in 2007. This year he has 25 kickoff returns for an average of 23.5 yards per return and 15 punt returns for an average of 6.1.

STADIUM/ATTENDANCE NOTES RENTSCHLERFIELD The Huskies moved into brand new Rentschler Field in East Hartford for the 2003 season. located within miles of Interstates 91, 84 and 384, the home of the Huskies lies on 75 acres of land donated to the State of Connecticut from the historic Pratt & Whitney Airfield. The stadium, like the former airfield, is named for that company’s founder, Frederick Rentschler. The stadium boasts a capacity of 40,000 with 38 luxury suites. AHOTTICKET Swelling interest in the Husky football program as it gradually moved up into BIG EAST play can perhaps be best evidenced by the rise in attendance. UConn sold 28,000 season tickets in 2008 and sold its entire allotment of student season tickets at 4,700. These figures are staggering sums considering that the entire 2001 season ticket base was around 4,000. In 2002, the number reached 11,300 in the final season of Memorial Stadium. The burgeoning season ticket base more than doubled to 24,000 for the inaugural season at Rentschler Field and rose to 28,000 a year later in 2004. UConn reached an all-time high of 32,000 season tickets in 2005. FANNO.2,000,000 OnFriday,Sept.16,UConnwelcomedthe2,000,000thfanto Renstchler Field in its history. That lucky fan was Shane Buzzell of Manchester, Conn.. The Huskies have sold out 29 of their first 56 dates at Rentschler Field. UConn has played to 95.9-pct. of capacity all-time there, drawing 2,147,784 fans, or an average of 38,353 per game. RENTSCHLERFIELDPROVESFRIENDLYFORHUSKIES The Huskies went 7-0 at home in 2007 at Rentschler Field and also 6-0 last year. UConn’s 3-4 mark at home in 2006 was its only sub-.500 record at Rentschler Field. The seven home wins in 2007 set a school record for a single season which was previously set in 2004. Prior to the Iowa State loss, UConnhadwonnineconsecutivegamesatRentschler Field. UConn stands at 42-14 all-time at Rentschler Field including a 23-6markinnon-conferencegames. MICHIGAN,TENNESSEEWILLVISITRENTSCHLERFIELD Following UConn’s trip to Ann Arbor on Sept. 4, 2010, the Wolverines will come to Rentschler Field on Sept. 21, 2013 to take on the Huskies. UConn will also play a home-and-home series with Tennessee beginning in 2015 with the Volunteers coming to Rentschler Field on Sept. 26 with a return trip to Knoxville on Sept. 3, 2016. Other upcoming non-conference opponents coming to Rentschler Field include IowState (2011), North Carolina State (2012), Maryland (2013), Central Florida (2014) and Virginia (2106). UConn has now played host to non-conference opponents from the Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 10, Big XII and Southeastern Conference at Rentschler Field.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 38 39 40 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 56 57 58 59 61 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 72 74 75 77 78 81 82 83 84 85 86 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Name Jean-Louis,Jonathan** Nebrich, Michael Stlouis, Gilbert Moore, Sio * Martin, Twyon *** Wreh-Wilson, Blidi ** Moore, Kashif *** Gratz, Dwayne ** Phillips, Shakim Opoku, Andrew Foxx, Deshon McCummings, Scott Stevenson, David Christen, Chad * Abrams, Kamal Junior, Jerome ** Jones, Byron 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 Claflin, Jeremy Kantor, Alex Teggart, Dave *** Hinkley, Mark Brown, Ty-Meer Steg, Brandon McCombs, Lyle DeLorenzo, Max Hyppolite, Martin Vann, Marquise Frank, Reuben Williams, Trevardo ** McQuillan, Sean Bullock, Tyler Willman, Tim Donohue, Ryan Wirth, Ryan Williams, Jerome Pruitt, Angelo Petrus, Moe *** Louis, Jonathan Stephen, Shamar * Brown, Stephen Masters, Adam ** Danielson, Joseph Cruz, Gus Manco, Dominick Mueller, Adam Paull, Bryan Greene, Steve Bardzak, Gary Ryan, Mike ** Mateas, Alex Bennett, Jimmy Nwokeji, Paul Hemingway, Xavier Friend, Kevin * Gifford, Dalton Manning, Corey ** Guardi, Frank Moore, Isiah ** Jones, Tebucky Davis, Geremy Wagner, Cole * Delahunt, John ** Campenni, Julian Joseph, Jesse ** Baker, Teddy Goodrich, David Griffin, Ryan ** Adeyemi, Kenton Hansson, Mark McBryde, B.J. Jennings, Ted * Reyes, Kendall ***

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

Hometown/HS/Prep Cambridge, Mass./Arlington Catholic Burke, Va./Lake Braddock Secondary Davie, Fla./Plantation Apex, N.C./Apex Parkland, Fla./Stoneman Douglas Edinboro, Pa./General McLane Burlington, N.J./Burlington Township Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway Paterson, N.J./Boston College North Brunswick, N.J. /Fork Union Military (Va.) Lynchburg, Va./Brookville Natick, Mass./Natick Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson Etters, Pa./Red Lane Dover, Del./Dover Baltimore, Md./Archbishop Curley New Britain, Conn./St. Paul (Bristol) 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 West Hartford, Conn./Conard Potomac, Md./Winston Churchill Northborough, Mass./Algonquin Regional Kaneohe, Hawaii /Punahou McKeesport, Pa./McKeesport Coral Springs, Fla./J.P. Taravella 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 Burlington Township, N.J./Holy Cross 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 Ottawa, Ont./Penn State Alexandria, Va./West Potomac Randolph, Mass./Thayer Academy Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern Warrentown, Va./Faquier Fairhaven, Mass./Bridgton (Maine) Academy Tyrone, Ga./Woodward Academy New Fairfield, Conn./New Fairfield Cambridge,Ma./Cam. Rindge&Latin/Proctor Ac. 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

Coaching Staff

HeadCoach: Paul Pasqualoni (Penn State, 1972)# DefensiveCoordinator/Cornerbacks: Don Brown (Norwich University, 1977)# OffensiveCoord./TightEnds: George DeLeone (Connecticut, 1970)* AssistantHeadCoach/DefensiveLine: Hank Hughes (Springfield, 1979)# WideReceivers/RecruitingCoord.: Matt Cersosimo (Springfield, 2000)# OffensiveLine: Mike Foley (Colgate, 1978)# Quarterbacks: Joe Moorhead (Fordham, 1996)* Safeties: Darrell Perkins (Wyoming, 1990)* RunningBacks/SpecialTeamsCoord.: Clayton White (North Carolina State, 2001)# Linebackers: Jon Wholley (Connecticut, 2004)* OffensiveGraduateAssistant: Andrew Breiner (Lock Haven, 2006) DefensiveGraduateAssistant: Shane Fogarty (Connecticut, 2006) DirectorofFootballAdministration: Tim Pendergast (SUNY Cortland, 1980) Strength&ConditioningCoordinator Jerry Martin (Syracuse, 1978) Dir.AlumniandCommunityAffairs: Andy Baylock (Central Conn., 1960) FootballEquipmentManager: Chris Stasaitis (Connecticut, 2001) HeadAthleticTrainer: Bob Howard, MA, ATC (UConn, 1988) TeamPhysician: Dr. Jeffrey Anderson, MD (North Park, 1986) * Press Box Coaches...# Sideline Coaches

Pronunciations

Kenton Adeyemi ADD-a-YEM-ee TevrinBrandon TEV-rin Ty-MeerBrown tie-MEER Kijuan Dabney kih-juan Dwayne Gratz grats (like congrats) Mark Hansson Hansen Martin Hyppolite HIP-o-light Jonathan Jean-Louis zhawn loo-EE Twyon Martin twawn Kashif Moore cuh-sheef Sio Moore SEE-oh Michael Nebrich KNEE-brick Andrew Opoku ah-poe-coo Michael Osiecki oh-shess-ski Muhammad Petrus pet-russ Yawin Smallwood yah-win Brandon Steg stegg (rhymes with egg) Shamar Stephenstef-in BildiWreh-Wilson bleed-ee ray-wilson

*- indicates letters earned

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OFFENSE LT: LG: C: RG: RT: TE:

WR:

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DEFENSE

71 MikeRyan(RSr.,6-5,335)

48

TrevardoWilliams(Jr.,6-1,231)

97

B.J. McBryde (RFr., 6-4, 277)

4

TwyonMartin(RSr.,6-2,273)

53

Ryan Wirth (RJr., 6-2, 268)

99

KendallReyes(RSr.,6-4,295)

59

Shamar Stephen (RSo., 6-5, 315)

91

JesseJoseph(Jr.,6-3,262)

98

Teddy Jennings (RJr., 6-5, 248)

3

SioMoore(RJr.,6-1,232)

32

Jefferson Ashiru (Fr., 6-1, 210)

33

YawinSmallwood(RFr.,6-2,229)

94 RyanGriffin(RJr.,6-6,248)

36

Michael Osiecki (Fr., 6-1, 238)OR

81

Corey Manning (RJr., 6-5, 247)

55

Jerome Williams (RJr., 6-1, 255)

6

KashifMoore(RSr.,5-10,175)

28

JoryJohnson(RJr.,6-1,227)

31

Nick Williams (Jr., 5-10, 185) OR

46

Marquise Vann (Fr., 6-0, 225)

84

Tebucky Jones (RFr., 5-11, 186)

7

DwayneGratz(RJr.,6-0,195)

39

MarkHinkley(RJr.,5-11,226)

29

Taylor Mack (So., 5-9, 169)

47

Reuben Frank (RFr., 6-3, 238)

15

JeromeJunior(RJr.,6-1,215)

18

JohnnyMcEntee(RJr.,6-3,224)

2

Gilbert Stlouis (So., 5-11, 183)

11

Scott McCummings (RFr., 6-2, 218) OR

40

Ty-MeerBrown(RFr.,6-0,192)

2

Mike Nebrich (Fr., 6-1, 204)

25

Harris Agbor (RSr., 5-11, 1990

43

LyleMcCombs(RFr.,5-8,172)

16

ByronJones(RFr.,6-1,187)

1

Jonathan Jean-Louis (RSr., 6-0, 207) OR

21

Gary Wilburn (RSr., 5-11, 197)

45

Martin Hyppolite (RSo., 6-0, 215)

83

IsiahMoore(RSr.,6-1,195)

85

Geremy Davis (Fr., 6-3, 211)

50

Tyler Bullock (So., 6-4, 298)

69

SteveGreene(RSo.,6-4,304)

70

Gary Bardzak (RSr., 6-3, 289)

DE: DT:

57 MoePetrus(RSr.,6-2,302)

DT:

70

Gary Bardzak (RSr., 6-3, 289)

63

AdamMasters(RJr.,6-4,292)

65

Gus Cruz (RFr., 6-4, 288)

77

KevinFriend(RSo.,6-5,300)

61

Stephen Brown (So., 6-6, 290)

89

JohnDelahunt(RJr.,6-3,247)OR

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DaveTeggart(RSr.,6-0,203)

13

Chad Christen (RSo. 6-2, 201)

86

ColeWagner(RSo.,6-2,201)

13

Chad Christen (RSo. 6-2, 211)

13

ChadChristen(RSo.,6-1,201)

86

Cole Wagner (RSo., 6-2, 211)

DS: KR: PR:

67

AdamMueller(So.,6-1,207)

66

Dominick Manco (Fr., 6-1, 251)

31

NickWilliams(Jr.,5-10,185)

29

Taylor Mack (So., 5-9, 169)

31

NickWilliams(Jr.,5-10,185)

29

Taylor Mack (So., 5-9, 169)

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THE LAST TIME AN INDIVIDUAL... KICKOFFRETURNFORATOUCHDOWN By UConn: Robbie Frey (95), vs. Oklahoma, Jan. 1, 2011 By Opp.: Devin McCourty (98), Rutgers, Oct. 31, 2009

FOUR-PLUSTOUCHDOWNPASSES By UConn: JohnnyMcEntee(4),vs.WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 By Opp.: GenoSmith(4),WestVirginia,Oct.8,2011

OPENINGKICKOFFRETURNFORATOUCHDOWN By UConn: Larry Taylor (97), vs. Temple, Oct. 23, 2004 By Opp.: Devin McCourty (98), Rutgers, Oct. 31, 2009

TEN-PLUSRECEPTIONS By UConn: Cornell Brockington (10), at Syracuse, Oct. 30, 2004 By Opp.: JordanWhite(12),WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 RobertArnheim(10),WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011

STANDARDPUNTRETURNFORATOUCHDOWN By UConn: Robert McClain (87), vs. Cincinnati, Nov. 7, 2009 By Opp.: Doug Beaumont (74), Louisville, Oct. 23, 2010 BLOCKEDPUNTRETURNFORATOUCHDOWN By UConn: ByronJones(0),atVanderbilt,Sept.10,2011 By Opp.: Parker Cantey (0), Syracuse, Nov. 15, 2008 INTERCEPTIONRETURNFORATOUCHDOWN By UConn: Ty-meerBrown(48),atWestVirginia,Oct.8,2011 By Opp.: CaseyHayward(50),Vanderbilt,Sept.10,2011 FUMBLERETURNFORATOUCHDOWN By UConn: ByronJones(10),vs.USF,Oct.15,2011 By Opp.: Adrian Robinson (24), Temple, Sept. 18, 2010 30-PLUSCARRIES By UConn: LyleMcCombs(32),vs.USF,Oct.15,2011 LaRod Stephens-Howling (32), Pittsburgh, Nov. 11, 2006 By Opp.: 100YARDSRUSHING By UConn: LyleMcCombs(152),vs.Syracuse,Nov.5,2011 By Opp.: Bilal Powell (105), Louisville, Oct. 23, 2010 150YARDSRUSHING By UConn: LyleMcCombs(152),vs.Syracuse,Nov.5,2011 By Opp.: Bernard Pierce (169), Temple, Sept. 18, 2010 200YARDSRUSHING By UConn: Jordan Todman (222), vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 11, 2010 By Opp.: Ray Rice (217), Rutgers, Oct. 22, 2005 THREERUSHINGTOUCHDOWNS By UConn: LyleMcCombs(4),vs.Fordham,Sept.3,2011 By Opp.: B.J. Daniels (3), USF, Dec. 5, 2009 FOUR-PLUSRUSHINGTOUCHDOWNS By UConn: LyleMcCombs(4),vs.Fordham,Sept,3,2011 By Opp.: Tony Hollings (4), Georgia Tech, Sept. 7, 2002 RUSHINGTOUCHDOWNANDARECEIVINGTOUCHDOWN By UConn: Andre Dixon, vs. Akron, Sept. 29, 2007 By Opp.: Bernard Pierce, Temple, Sept. 18, 2010 50-PLUSPASSINGATTEMPTS By UConn: Dan Orlovsky (51), at Syracuse, Oct. 30, 2004 By Opp.: AlexCarder(51),WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 300YARDSPASSING By UConn: JohnnyMcEntee(300),vs.WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 By Opp.: TinoSunseri(419),Pittsburgh,Oct.26,2011

100YARDSRECEIVING By UConn: KashifMoore(106),atPittsburgh,Oct.26,2011 By Opp.: AlecLemon(157),Syracuse,Nov.5,2011 150YARDSRECEIVING By UConn: Marcus Easley (157), vs. West Virginia, Oct. 24, 2009 AlecLemon(157),Syracuse,Nov.5,2011 By Opp.: 200YARDSRECEIVING By UConn: Dak Newton (222), vs. Villanova, Oct. 5, 1996 Brian Forster (205) and Dameon Reilly (204), URI, Nov. 16, 1985 By Opp.: TWORECEIVINGTOUCHDOWNS By UConn: KashifMoore(2),vs.WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 MikeShanahan(2),Pittsburgh,Oct.26,2011 By Opp.: THREE-PLUSRECEIVINGTOUCHDOWNS By UConn: Dak Newton (3), vs. Villanova, Oct. 5, 1996 By Opp.: Ed Young (3), Buffalo, Sept. 25, 2010 70-YARDPUNT By UConn: Chris Pavasaris (74), at Louisville, Dec. 2, 2006 By Opp.: Tyson Beattie (71), Indiana, Sept. 23, 2006 MADEA50-PLUSYARDFIELDGOAL By UConn: DaveTeggart(53),atWestVirginia,Oct.8,2011 By Opp.: Matt Weller (50), Ohio, September 5, 2009 THREEFIELDGOALS By UConn: DaveTeggart(3),vs.USF,Oct.15,2011 By Opp.: Justin Brockhaus-Kann (3), USF, Dec. 4, 2010 FOURFIELDGOALS By UConn: Dave Teggart (4), at USF, Dec. 4, 2010 By Opp.: Chris Philpott (4), Louisville, Oct. 23, 2010 TWOSACKS By UConn: TrevardoWilliams(2),atPittsburgh,Oct.26,2011 By Opp.: AaronDonald(2),Pittsburgh,Oct.26,2011 THREE-PLUSSACKS By UConn: SioMoore(3.5),atVanderbilt,Sept.10,2011 By Opp.: Anthony Hoke (3), Cincinnati, Nov. 10, 2007 TWOINTERCEPTIONS By UConn: Jerome Junior (2), vs. Buffalo, Sept. 25, 2010 By Opp.: PhillipThomas(2),Syracuse,Nov.5,2011 THREE-PLUSINTERCEPTIONS By UConn: Darius Butler (3), at Army, Oct. 1, 2005 By Opp.: Derek Carter (3), Maine, Oct. 14, 1995

400YARDSPASSING By UConn: Dan Orlovsky (445), at Syracuse, Oct. 30, 2004 By Opp.: TinoSunseri(419),Pittsburgh,Oct.26,2011 THREETOUCHDOWNPASSES By UConn: JohnnyMcEntee(4),vs.WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 By Opp.: GenoSmith(4),WestVirginia,Oct.8,2011

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THE LAST TIME A TEAM... BLOCKEDPUNT By UConn: atVanderbilt,Sept.10,2011 (ByronJonesblockofRichardKent) Pittsburgh, December 6, 2008 By Opp.: (Michael Toerper block of Desi Cullen) BLOCKEDFIELDGOAL By UConn: vs. Murray State, Sept. 4, 2004 (James Hargrave block of Morgan Riley) By Opp.: atBuffalo,Sept.24,2011 (StevenMeansblockofDaveTeggart) 100-YARDRUSHERANDA300-YARDPASSER By UConn: vs.WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 (LyleMcCombsandJohnnyMcEntee) Notre Dame, Nov. 21, 2009 By Opp.: (Armando Allen and Jimmy Clausen) 100-YARDRECEIVERANDA300-YARDPASSER By UConn: vs.WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 (KashifMooreandJohnnyMcEntee) By Opp.: WestVirginia,Oct.8,2011 (StedmanBailey,IvanMcCartney,andGenoSmith)

90-PLUSOFFENSIVEPLAYS 91, vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 11, 2006 By UConn: By Opp.: 90, Buffalo, Sept. 25, 2010 500YARDSOFTOTALOFFENSE 501, at West Virginia, Oct. 24, 2009 By UConn: By Opp.: 529,Pittsburgh,Oct.26,2011 600YARDSOFTOTALOFFENSE By UConn: 600, vs. Liberty, Sept. 10, 2005 711, Cincinnati, Nov. 7, 2009 By Opp.: TEN-PLUSPUNTS By UConn: 11, vs. Rutgers, Oct. 8, 2010 By Opp.: 10, Rutgers, Oct. 31, 2009 ZEROPUNTS at Syracuse, Oct. 30, 2004 By UConn: By Opp.: unknown (records available since 1961) SUCCESSFULONSIDEKICK By UConn: North Carolina, Sept. 12, 2009 (free kick) By Opp.: Pittsburgh, Sept. 22, 2007

100-YARDRUSHER,100-YARDRECEIVERANDA300-YARDPASSER By UConn: vs.WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 (LyleMcCombs,KashifMoore,andJohnnyMcEntee) By Opp.: Notre Dame, Nov. 21, 2009 (Armando Allen, Golden Tate, Michael Floyd, and Jimmy Clausen)

RECORDEDASAFETY By UConn: vs. Vanderbilt, Oct. 2, 2010 (Ball snapped through the back of the end zone) By Opp.: WestVirginia,Oct.8,2011 (SackofJohnnyMcEnteeintheendzone)

TWO100-YARDRUSHERS By UConn: vs. Texas Southern, Sept. 11, 2010 (Jordan Todman and Robbie Frey) By Opp.: Louisville, Sept. 26, 2008 (Bidal Powell and Vic Anderson)

MADETWO-POINTCONVERSION By UConn: atVanderbilt,Sept.10,2011 (JohnnyMcEnteepasstoRyanGriffin) By Opp.: Pittsburgh, Oct. 10, 2009 (Bill Stull pass to Cedric McGee)

TWO100-YARDRECEIVERS By UConn: vs. Massachusetts, Oct. 17, 1998 (John Fitzsimmons and Carl Bond) By Opp.: WestVirginia,Oct.8,2011 (StedmanBaileyandIvanMcCartney)

SCORED50POINTS By UConn: UConn 62, Texas Southern 3, Sept. 11, 2010 By Opp.: West Virginia 66, UConn 21, Nov. 24, 2007

TWOQBSTHROWOVER100YARDS By UConn: vs. Middle Tennessee, Nov. 4, 2000 (Chris Willis and Luke Richmond) By Opp.: Cincinnati, October 25, 2008 (Tony Pike and Chazz Anderson)

RECORDEDASHUTOUT By UConn: UConn 38, Maine 0, Sept. 8, 2007 By Opp.: Louisville 26, UConn 0, Oct. 23, 2010 RECORDEDASHUTOUTATUCONN By UConn: UConn 38, Maine 0, Sept. 8, 2007 By Opp.: Navy 30, UConn 0, Sept. 23, 1978

30-PLUSFIRSTDOWNS By UConn: 30, vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 11, 2006 By Opp.: 34, Villanova, Oct. 16, 1999

WONBY30ORMOREPOINTS By UConn: UConn35,Fordham3,Sept.3,2011 By Opp.: West Virginia 66, UConn 21, Nov. 24, 2007

FEWERTHAN10FIRSTDOWNS By UConn: 9, vs. Wake Forest, Dec. 29, 2007 By Opp.: 5, Rhode Island, Sept. 26, 2009

CAMEFROMATLEAST10POINTSBEHINDTOWIN By UConn: UConn 16, West Virginia 13 (trailed 10-0), Oct. 29, 2010 By Opp.: IowaState24,UConn20 (trailed10-0),Sept.16,2011

LESSTHAN50YARDSRUSHING By UConn: 22, at Cincinnati, Nov. 10, 2007 By Opp.: 11,WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 ATTEMPTED50-PLUSPASSES By UConn: 56, vs. Rutgers, Oct. 31, 2009 By Opp.: 51,WesternMichigan,Oct.1,2011 300YARDSRUSHING By UConn: 358, vs. Buffalo, Jan. 3, 2009 By Opp.: 360, Syracuse, Nov. 28, 2009 400YARDSPASSING By UConn: 445, at Syracuse, Oct. 30, 2004 By Opp.: 469,WestVirginia,Oct.8,2011 LESSTHAN100YARDSPASSING By UConn: 98, at Syracuse, Nov. 20, 2010 By Opp.: 96, Syracuse, Nov. 15, 2008

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SCOREDONFIRSTPLAYFROMSCRIMMAGE By UConn: at Wake Forest, Nov. 15, 2003 (O’Neil Wilson 55 pass from Dan Orlovsky) By Opp.: USF, Oct. 7, 2006 (Matt Grothe 16 run) WONONTHEFINALSNAPOFREGULATION(NOTOT) By UConn: UConn 29, South Florida 27, Dec. 5, 2009 (Dave Teggart Field Goal) By Opp.: Pittsburgh 24, UConn 21, Oct. 10, 2009 (Dan Hutchins field goal) OVERTIMEWIN By UConn: UConn 16, West Virginia 13, Oct. 29, 2010 By Opp.: Ball State 24, UConn 21, Sept. 28, 2002

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OFFENSIVE CAREER HIGHS GEREMYDAVIS•FR•WR•#85 Most Receptions: 2,2x,lastatVanderbilt,9/10/11 Most Rec. Yards: 33,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Reception: 21,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 JOHNDELAHUNT•JR•TE•#89 Most Receptions: 4,atPittsburgh,10/26/11 Most Rec. Yards: 46, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10 Longest Reception: 46, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10 DESHONFOXX•FR•RB•#10 Most Carries: 2,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most Rush Yards: 13,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Run: 9,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Kickoff Return: 26,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 REUBENFRANK•FR•FB•#47 Most Receptions: 2,2x,lastatWestVirginia,10/8/11 Most Rec. Yards: 5,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Longest Reception: 4,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 RYANGRIFFIN•JR•TE•#94 Most Receptions: 6, vs. Rutgers, 10/31/09 Most Rec. Yards: 97,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Reception: 55,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 MARKHINKLEY•JR•FB•#39 Most Receptions: 3,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 Most Rec. Yards: 28,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 Longest Reception: 17,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 JONATHANJEAN-LOUIS•SR•TB•#1 Most Carries: 5,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most Rush Yards: 18,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Run: 7,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11 TEBUCKYJONES•FR•WR•#84 Most Rec. Yards: 17,atVanderbilt,9/10/11 Longest Reception: 17,atVanderbilt,9/10/11 COREYMANNING•JR•TE•#81 Most Rec. Yards: 4,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Longest Reception: 4,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11

JOHNNYMCENTEE•JR•QB•#18 Most Passing Yards: 300,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Most PassingAttempts: 39,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Longest Pass: 64,atBuffalo,9/24/11 Most Passing TDs: 4,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Most Rushing Yards: 13,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 Longest Run: 12,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 ISIAHMOORE •SR•WR•#83 Most Receptions: 8,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 Most Rec. Yards: 143,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 Longest Reception: 41,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 KASHIFMOORE•SR•WR•#6 Most Receptions: 8,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Most Rec. Yards: 112,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Longest Reception: 67, vs. Louisville, 10/17/09 Most Rec. TDs: 2,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 MIKENEBRICH•FR•QB•#2 Most Passing Yards: 60,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most PassingAttempts: 8,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Pass: 21,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most Carries: 4,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 Most Rushing Yards: 11,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Run: 13,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 REUBENFRANK •FR•FB•#47 Most Rec. Yards: 6,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 Longest Reception: 6,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 D.J.SHOEMATE•SR•RB•#24 Most Carries: 16, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Most Rush Yards: 60, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Longest Run: 28, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10 Most Rec. Yards: 9,atBuffalo,9/24/11 Longest Reception: 9,atBuffalo,9/24/11 NICKWILLIAMS•JR•WR•#31 Most Receptions: 2,3x,lastatWestVirginia,10/8/11 Most Rec. Yards: 113,atBuffalo,9/24/11 Longest Reception: 64,atBuffalo,9/24/11 Longest Kickoff Return: 100, vs. Rutgers, 8/8/10 Longest Punt Return: 36,atPittsburgh,10/26/11

LYLEMCCOMBS•FR•RB•#43 Most Carries: 32,vs.USF,10/15/11 Most Rush Yards: 152,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11 Most Rushing TDs: 4,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most TDs: 4,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Longest Run: 65,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Most Receptions: 3,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Most Rec. Yards: 52,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Longest reception: 26,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 SCOTTMcCUMMINGS•FR•QB•#11 Most Passing Yards: 55,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most PassingAttempts: 3,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 Longest pass: 55,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most Carries: 13,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11 Most Rushing Yards: 59,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11 Longest Run: 18,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Most Rushing TDs: 2,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11

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DEFENSIVE CAREER HIGHS HARRISAGBOR•SR•S•#25 Most Tackles: 8, 3x, last vs. Oklahoma, 1/1/11 Most TFL: 3, at Michigan, 9/4/10 TY-MEERBROWN•FR•S•#40 Most Tackles: 8,vs.USF,10/15/11 Most PBU: 2,atBuffalo,9/24/11 Longest Int. Return: 48,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 KIJUANDABNEY•SR•CB•#19 Most Tackles: 8, at Michigan, 9/4/10 DWAYNEGRATZ•JR•CB•#7 Most Tackles: 9, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10 Most TFL: 1.5,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 Most PBU: 2, 3x, last at Louisville, 10/23/10 Longest Interception Return: 46, vs. Oklahoma, 1/1/11 Longest Fumble Return: 14,vs.USF,10/15/11 TEDDYJENNINGS•JR•DE•#98 Most Tackles: 8,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most TFL: 2.5,2x,lastatVanderbilt,9/10/11 Most Sacks: 1.5,atVanderbilt,9/10/11 JORYJOHNSON•JR•OLB•#28 Most Tackles: 11,2x,lastvs.USF,10/15/11 Most TFL: 2,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Longest Interception Return: 15,atVanderbilt,9/10/11 Most PBUs: 2,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11 BYRONJONES•FR•DB•#16 Most Tackles: 7,vs.USF,10/15/11 Most PBU: 4,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 Longest Fumble Return: 10,vs.USF,10/15/11 JESSEJOSEPH•JR•DE•#91 Most Tackles: 8, vs. North Carolina, 9/12/09 Most TFL: 3, vs. Vanderbilt, 10/2/10 Most Sacks: 2, vs. Vanderbilt, 10/2/10 JEROMEJUNIOR•JR•S•#15 Most Tackles: 8,2x,lastatVanderbilt,9/10/11 Most Interceptions: 2, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Longest Interception Return: 12,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11 Most PBU: 2,atVanderbilt,9/10/11

CHRISLOPES•SO•CB•#35 Most Tackles: 2,atPittsburgh,10/26/11 TAYLORMACK•SO•CB•#29 Most Tackles: 4, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10 Longest Punt Return: 33, at Rutgers, 10/8/10 Most PBU: 2, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10 TWYONMARTIN•SR•DT•#4 Most Tackles: 8, vs. West Virginia, 11/1/08 Most TFL: 2.5,2x,lastatWestVirginia,10/8/11 Most Sacks: 1.5,2x,lastatVanderbilt,9/10/11

TREVARDOWILLIAMS•JR•DE•#48 Most Tackles: 6, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most TFL: 2,3x,atPittsburgh,10/26/11 Most Sacks: 2,atPittsburgh,10/26/11 BLIDIWREH-WILSON•JR•CB•#5 Most Tackles: 9,vs.IowaState,9/16/11 Most PBU: 2,atBuffalo,9/24/11 Longest Interception Return: 53, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10

SIOMOORE •JR•LB•#3 Most Tackles: 17, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most TFL: 3.5,atVanderbilt,9/10/11 Most Sacks: 3.5,atVanderbilt,9/10/11 Most Interceptions: 1, vs. Buffalo, 9/25/10 Most PBU: 2,vs.Fordham,9/3/11 Most Forced Fumbles: 2, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Most Fumble Rec.: 2, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 ANDREWOPOKU•FR•OLB•#9 Most Tackles: 3,2x,lastvs.Syracuse,11/5/11 KENDALLREYES•SR•DT•#99 Most Tackles: 8, at Michigan, 9/4/10 Most TFL: 3,2x,lastvs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 Most PBU: 2, vs. West Virginia, 10/29/10 Longest Interception Return: 79, vs. Cincinnati, 11/27/10 YAWINSMALLWOOD•FR•LB•#33 Most Tackles: 12,vs.Syracuse,11/5/11 Longest Fumble Return: 64,atVanderbilt,9/10/11 Longest Interception Return: 28.atBuffalo,9/24/11 BRANDONSTEG•FR•LB•#41 Most Tackles: 3,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 SHAMARSTEPHEN•SO•DT•#59 Most Tackles: 6,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 GARYWILBURN•SR•CB•#21 Most Tackles: 9,vs.WesternMichigan,10/1/11 JEROMEWILLIAMS •JR•LB•#55 Most Tackles: 5, vs. Texas Southern, 9/11/10

SPECIAL TEAMS CAREER HIGHS DAVETEGGART•SR•K•#38 Most FGs: 4, 2x, last at USF, 12/4/10 Most FG att.: 5, at Temple, 9/18/10 Longest Made FG: 53,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 Longest Att. FG: 53,atWestVirginia,10/8/11 Most PATs: 7, 2x, last vs. Tx. Sthrn, 9/11/10 Most PAT att: 7, 2x, last vs. Tx. Sthrn, 9/11/10 Most points: 16, vs. Cincinnati, 10/25/08

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COLEWAGNER•SO•P•#86 Most Punts: 11, at Rutgers, 10/8/10 Longest Punt: 66, at Michigan, 9/4/10 Longest PuntAverage: 53.2, at USF, 12/4/10 Most Punts In20: 3,5x,lastatPittsburgh,10/26/11

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2011 CONNECTICUT TEAM STATISTICS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE DATE September 3, 2011 September 10, 2011 September 16, 2011 September 24, 2011 October 1, 2011 October 8, 2011 October 15, 2011 October 26, 2011 November 5, 2011 November 19, 2011 November 26, 2011 December 3, 2011

OVERALL 4-5 2-2 2-3 OPPONENT vs. Fordham at Vanderbilt vs. Iowa State at Buffalo vs. Western Michigan at West Virginia vs. USF at Pittsburgh vs. Syracuse vs. Louisville vs. Rutgers at Cincinnati

HOME 3-2 2-0 1-2 W/L W L L W L L W L W

AWAY 1-3 0-2 1-1

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

SCORE 35-3 24-21 24-20 17-3 38-31 43-16 16-10 35-20 28-21

ATTEND 34,526 32,119 37,195 18,215 36,648 56,179 37,162 40,219 38,769

TEAMSTATISTICS UCONN OPP --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SCORING 204 201 Points Per Game 22.7 22.3 FIRSTDOWNS 161 163 Rushing 64 50 Passing 81 105 Penalty 16 8 RUSHINGYARDAGE 1150 809 Yards gained rushing 1464 1122 Yards lost rushing 314 313 Rushing Attempts 362 276 Average Per Rush 3.2 2.9 Average Per Game 127.8 89.9 TDs Rushing 8 7 PASSINGYARDAGE 1719 2543 Comp-Att-Int 133-257-7 196-331-12 Average Per Pass 6.7 7.7 Average Per Catch 12.9 13.0 Average Per Game 191.0 282.6 TDs Passing 11 17 TOTALOFFENSE 2869 3352 Total Plays 619 607 Average Per Play 4.6 5.5 Average Per Game 318.8 372.4 KICKRETURNS:#-Yards 31-707 33-733 PUNTRETURNS:#-Yards 16-101 27-184 INTRETURNS:#-Yards 12-153 7-100 KICKRETURNAVERAGE 22.8 22.2 PUNTRETURNAVERAGE 6.3 6.8 INTRETURNAVERAGE 12.8 14.3 FUMBLES-LOST 17-10 12-7 PENALTIES-Yards 42-359 75-644 Average Per Game 39.9 71.6 PUNTS-Yards 59-2430 55-2295 Average Per Punt 41.2 41.7 Net punt average 37.4 38.4 TIMEOFPOSSESSION/Game 31:25 28:35 3RD-DOWNConversions 38/127 43/129 3rd-Down Pct 30% 33% 4TH-DOWNConversions 1/5 1/7 4th-Down Pct 20% 14% SACKSBY-Yards 24-160 34-205 MISCYARDS 0 4 TOUCHDOWNSSCORED 23 25 FIELDGOALS-ATTEMPTS 14-20 8-15 ON-SIDEKICKS 0-1 0-0 RED-ZONESCORES (21-24)88% (21-25)84% RED-ZONETOUCHDOWNS (13-24)54% (14-25)56% PAT-ATTEMPTS (22-22)100% (25-25)100% ATTENDANCE 184336 146732 Games/Avg Per Game 5/36867 4/36683 Neutral Site Games 0/0 Scorebyquarters CONNECTICUT Opponents

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2011 CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------McCombs, Lyle 9 224 1044 63 981 4.4 5 65 109.0 McCumming, Sc. 9 53 223 39 184 3.5 3 18 20.4 Jean-Louis, Jo. 8 12 42 8 34 2.8 0 7 4.2 Shoemate, D.J. 2 8 28 0 28 3.5 0 6 14.0 Foxx, Deshon 7 3 15 0 15 5.0 0 9 2.1 Moore, Kashif 9 5 13 4 9 1.8 0 7 1.0 Nebrich, Mike 6 6 27 20 7 1.2 0 13 1.2 TEAM 2 4 0 10 -10 -2.5 0 0 -5.0 McEntee, Johnny 9 47 72 170 -98 -2.1 0 12 -10.9 Total.......... 9 362 1464 314 1150 3.2 8 65 127.8 Opponents...... 9 276 1122 313 809 2.9 7 48 89.9 PASSING GP Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------McEntee, Johnny 9 114.0 124-236-6 52.5 1515 9 64 168.3 Nebrich, Mike 6 62.8 5-14-1 35.7 69 0 21 11.5 McCummings, Sc. 9 313.4 4-7-0 57.1 135 2 55 15.0 Total.......... 9 116.6 133-257-7 51.8 1719 11 64 191.0 Opponents...... 9 133.4 196-331-12 59.2 2543 17 84 282.6 RECEIVING GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Moore, Isiah 9 32 436 13.6 0 41 48.4 Moore, Kashif 9 28 413 14.8 4 62 45.9 Griffin, Ryan 9 25 380 15.2 2 55 42.2 McCombs, Lyle 9 13 119 9.2 1 26 13.2 Williams, Nick 9 7 174 24.9 2 64 19.3 Hinkley, Mark 9 6 46 7.7 1 17 5.1 Delahunt, John 8 6 43 7.2 1 10 5.4 Frank, Reuben 9 6 15 2.5 0 6 1.7 Davis, Geremy 9 4 42 10.5 0 21 4.7 Jones, Tebucky 6 4 38 9.5 0 17 6.3 Shoemate, D.J. 2 1 9 9.0 0 9 4.5 Manning, Corey 7 1 4 4.0 0 4 0.6 Total.......... 9 133 1719 12.9 11 64 191.0 Opponents...... 9 196 2543 13.0 17 84 282.6

PUNTRETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long -------------------------------------------------------------------------Williams, Nick 15 92 6.1 0 36 Jones, Byron 1 9 9.0 1 0 Total.......... 16 101 6.3 1 36 Opponents...... 27 184 6.8 0 18 INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long --------------------------------------------------------------------------Jones, Byron 2 0 0.0 0 0 Moore, Sio 2 0 0.0 0 0 Brown, Ty-Meer 2 48 24.0 1 48 Johnson, Jory 2 28 14.0 0 15 Gratz, Dwayne 1 19 19.0 0 19 Wreh-WIilson, B. 1 18 18.0 0 18 Junior, Jerome 1 12 12.0 0 12 Smallwood, Yaw. 1 28 28.0 0 28 Total.......... 12 153 12.8 1 48 Opponents...... 7 100 14.3 1 50 KICKRETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long --------------------------------------------------------------------------Williams, Nick 25 588 23.5 0 61 Foxx, Deshon 4 84 21.0 0 26 Mack, Taylor 2 35 17.5 0 20 Total.......... 31 707 22.8 0 61 Opponents...... 33 733 22.2 0 79 FUMBLERETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long --------------------------------------------------------------------------Smallwood, Yaw. 1 64 64.0 1 64 Jones, Byron 1 10 10.0 1 10 Gratz, Dwayne 1 14 14.0 0 14 Total.......... 3 88 29.3 2 64 Opponents...... 2 83 41.5 0 83

PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 50+ Blkd ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wagner, Cole 59 2430 41.2 63 2 21 13 10 0 Total.......... 59 2430 41.2 63 2 21 13 10 0 Opponents...... 55 2295 41.7 67 4 12 21 13 1 FIELDGOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Teggart, David 14-20 70.0 1-1 4-4 1-1 5-11 3-3 53 1

FGSEQUENCE CONNECTICUT OPPONENTS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FORDHAM (28) Vanderbilt (25),(28) (31) IOWASTATE 41,(52),43,(50) 53,(36) Buffalo 49,(47) 30,(28) WMU (43),47 (39) WEST VIRGINIA 42,(40),(53),(22) (31),(33) USF (18),(46),(28) (23),46,44 Pittsburgh (40),49,(31) 49,55 SYRACUSE 34 Numbers in parenthesis indicates FG good

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2011 CONNECTICUT INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS |———PATs———| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Teggart, David 0 14-20 22-22 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 64 McCombs, Lyle 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 Moore, Kashif 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 McCummings, Sc. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Griffin, Ryan 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 14 Williams, Nick 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Jones, Byron 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Delahunt, John 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Hinkley, Mark 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Brown, Ty-Meer 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Smallwood, Yaw. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 McEntee, Johnny 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 0 Total.......... 23 14-20 22-22 0-0 1 1-1 0 0 204 Opponents...... 25 8-15 25-25 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 201 ALLPURPOSE GP Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------McCombs, Lyle 9 981 119 0 0 0 1100 122.2 Williams, Nick 9 0 174 92 588 0 854 94.9 Moore, Isiah 9 0 436 0 0 0 436 48.4 Moore, Kashif 9 9 413 0 0 0 422 46.9 Griffin, Ryan 9 0 380 0 0 0 380 42.2 McCummings, Sc. 9 184 0 0 0 0 184 20.4 Foxx, Deshon 7 15 0 0 84 0 99 14.1 Brown, Ty-Meer 9 0 0 0 0 48 48 5.3 Hinkley, Mark 9 0 46 0 0 0 46 5.1 Delahunt, John 8 0 43 0 0 0 43 5.4 Davis, Geremy 9 0 42 0 0 0 42 4.7 Jones, Tebucky 6 0 38 0 0 0 38 6.3 Shoemate, D.J. 2 28 9 0 0 0 37 18.5 Mack, Taylor 5 0 0 0 35 0 35 7.0 Jean-Louis, Jo. 8 34 0 0 0 0 34 4.2 Smallwood, Yaw. 9 0 0 0 0 28 28 3.1 Johnson, Jory 9 0 0 0 0 28 28 3.1 Gratz, Dwayne 9 0 0 0 0 19 19 2.1 Wreh-Wilson, B. 5 0 0 0 0 18 18 3.6 Frank, Reuben 9 0 15 0 0 0 15 1.7 Junior, Jerome 8 0 0 0 0 12 12 1.5 Jones, Byron 9 0 0 9 0 0 9 1.0 Nebrich, Mike 6 7 0 0 0 0 7 1.2 Manning, Corey 7 0 4 0 0 0 4 0.6 TEAM 2 -10 0 0 0 0 -10 -5.0 McEntee, Johnny 9 -98 0 0 0 0 -98 -10.9 Total.......... 9 1150 1719 101 707 153 3830 425.6 Opponents...... 9 809 2543 184 733 100 4369 485.4

TOTALOFFENSE G PlaysRush PassTotal Avg/G ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------McEntee, Johnny 9 283 -98 1515 1417 157.4 McCombs, Lyle 9 224 981 0 981 109.0 McCummings, Sc. 9 60 184 135 319 35.4 Nebrich, Mike 6 20 7 69 76 12.7 Jean-Louis, Jo. 8 12 34 0 34 4.2 Shoemate, D.J. 2 8 28 0 28 14.0 Foxx, Deshon 7 3 15 0 15 2.1 Moore, Kashif 9 5 9 0 9 1.0 TEAM 2 4 -10 0 -10 -5.0 Total.......... 9 619 1150 1719 2869 318.8 Opponents...... 9 607 809 2543 3352 372.4

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CAREER STARTS HISTORY OFFENSE OFFENSIVELINE ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total Gary Bardzak, OG 2 2 Jimmy Bennett, OT 1 2 3 Stephen Brown, OT 1 1 Kevin Friend, OG 2 8 10 Steve Greene, OT 5 5 Adam Masters, OG 11 9 20 Moe Petrus, C 13 13 13 9 48 Mike Ryan, OT 9 12 9 30 WIDERECEIVERS ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total Kashif Moore, WR 6 4 10 9 29 Isiah Moore, WR 4 4 8 16 Geremy Davis, WR 1 1 TIGHTENDS‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total John Delahunt, TE 5 5 5 15 Ryan Griffin, TE 10 8 5 23 Corey Manning, TE 2 2 QUARTERBACKS ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total Johnny McEntee 9 9 RUNNINGBACKS ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total Martin Hyppolite, RB 1 1 D.J. Shoemate, RB 1 1 2 Lyle McCombs, RB 8 8 Mark Hinkley, FB 6 6 TOTALS 19466799 231

DEFENSE DEFENSIVELINE ‘08 Teddy Jennings, DE Jesse Joseph, DE Twyon Martin, DT 8 Kendall Reyes, DT 5 Shamar Stephen, DT Trevardo Williams, DT -

’09 13 12 12 1

‘10 ‘11 Total 5 5 12 4 29 12 8 40 13 9 39 8 8 7 9 17

LINEBACKERS‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total Kijuan Dabney, LB 1 4 5 Jory Johnson, LB 3 1 9 13 Sio Moore, LB 9 9 18 Yawin Smallwood, LB 9 9 Marquise Vann, LB 1 1 DEFENSIVEBACKS ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total Harris Agbor, S 9 4 13 Ty-meer Brown, S 4 4 Dwayne Gratz, CB 4 13 9 26 Byron Jones, S 6 6 Jerome Junior, S 12 10 8 30 Gary Wilburn, CB 2 1 3 Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB 9 13 4 26 TOTALS 1367 113 99 292

SPECIALTEAMS KICKERS ‘08 ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 Total Dave Teggart, PK 6 13 12 9 40 Cole Wagner, P 12 9 21 TOTALS 6 13241861

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2011 CONNECTICUT DEFENSIVE STATISTICS |----Tackles----| |-Sacks-| |--PassDef--||-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVELEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BU PD QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------28 Johnson, Jory 9 33 41 74 4.0- 8 . 2 - 28 3 5 . 2-0 1 33 Smallwood, Yaw.in 9 29 44 73 0.5- 5 1.5- 5 1- 28 3 4 1 1- 64 1 3 Moore, Sio 9 38 21 59 10.5- 33 3.5- 21 2- 0 4 6 2 1- 0 1 15 Junior, Jerome 8 27 25 52 1.5- 9 0.5- 3 1- 12 6 7 . . 1 7 Gratz, Dwayne 9 27 13 40 2.5- 7 . 1- 19 4 5 . 1- 14 99 Reyes, Kendall 9 20 14 34 11.5- 46 4.5- 32 . 2 2 3 16 Jones, Byron 9 20 13 33 . . 2- 0 4 6 . 1- 10 . 1 48 Williams, Trev. 9 18 11 29 7.5- 48 6.5- 48 . 2 2 1 . 1 40 Brown, Ty-Meer 9 12 16 28 . . 2- 48 4 6 . 1- 0 4 Martin, Tywon 9 10 18 28 6.5- 24 2.0- 9. . . 2 . 1 25 Agbor, Harris 9 11 14 25 2.5- 17 1.0- 13 . 3 3 98 Jennings, Teddy 9 11 13 24 8.0- 33 3.5- 21 . 1 1 1 5 Wreh-Wilson, B. 5 16 8 24 1.5- 2 . 1- 18 3 4 21 Wilburn, Gary 9 12 5 17 . . . 1 1 91 Joseph, Jesse 6 7 10 17 2.0- 10 1.0- 8 . 1 1 5 59 Stephen, Shamar 9 5 8 13 1.0- 1 41 Steg, Brandon 9 5 3 8 9 Opoku, Andrew 9 4 4 8 35 Lopes, Chris 8 5 1 6 20 Brandon, Tevrin 9 4 1 5 26 Campbell, Mar. 6 2 2 4 0.5- 0 67 Mueller, Adam 8 1 2 3 53 Wirth, Ryan 8 . 3 3 . . . . . 1 1 Jean-Louis, Jo. 8 1 2 3 34 Kenney, David 9 2 . 2 47 Frank, Reuben 9 2 . 2 1D Stlouis, Gil. 5 2 . 2 13 Christen, Chad 9 2 . 2 81 Manning, Corey 7 2 . 2 36 Osiecki, Mike 8 1 1 2 94 Griffin, Ryan 9 2 . 2 96 Hansson, Mark 1 . 1 1 97 McBryde, B.J. 3 1 . 1 55 Williams, Jerome 1 1 . 1 57 Petrus, Moe 9 1 . 1 89 Delahunt, John 8 1 . 1 6 Moore, Kashif 9 1 . 1 18 McEntee, Johnny 9 1 . 1 Total.......... 9 337 294 631 60 - 243 24 - 160 12 - 153 41 53 16 7- 88 6 1 . Opponents...... 9 362 270 632 65 - 276 34 - 205 7 - 100 29 36 15 10- 83 12 1 1

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GAME-BY-GAME TEAM DEFENSIVE TOTALS GAME UT AT TT SKS(YDS) TBL(YDS)TTFL(YDS)FF FRPD INT BLK FORDHAM 27 36 63 1 (6) 5 (8) 6 (14) 0 0 6 1 0 at Vanderbilt 35 28 63 7 (46) 5 (14) 12 (60) 1 1 5 2 1 IOWA STATE 33 42 75 2 (15) 9 (17) 11 (37) 0 0 2 3 0 at Buffalo 44 24 68 3 (13) 1 (2) 4 (15) 0 0 4 1 0 WESTERN MICH. 41 32 73 3 (19) 5 (10) 8 (29) 1 2 8 0 0 at West Virginia 37 32 69 2 (14) 4 (10) 6 (24) 2 1 10 1 0 USF 34 43 76 0 (0) 3 (7) 3 (7) 1 2 5 2 0 at Pittsburgh 43 30 73 3 (31) 2 (3) 5 (34) 1 0 4 0 0 SYRACUSE 43 28 71 3 (16) 1 (7) 4 (23) 0 1 8 2 0 LOUISVILLE RUTGERS at Cincinnati UCTOTALS 337 294 631 24(160) 36(83)60(243)6 7 53 12 1 OPPTOTALS 362 270 632 34(205) 31(71)65(276)12 10 36 7 1 KEY: UT (unassisted tackles); AT (assisted tackles); TT (total tackles); SKS (quarterback sacks); TBL (tackles other than sacks behind the line of scrimmage); TTFL (total tackles for loss: SKS &TBL); FF (forced fumbles); FR (fumble recoveries); PD (pass deflections); INT (interceptions); BLK (blocked punts, FGs and PATs).

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BUFFALO

SoloTackles Johnson ............................5 S. Moore............................3 Wreh-Wilson ......................3 TotalTackles Johnson ..........................11 Smallwood ........................8 Jennings ............................8 TacklesforLoss S. Moore ........................2.5 T. Williams ......................1.5 Wreh Wilson ......................1

SoloTackles Gratz..................................6 Wilburn ..............................5 S. Moore............................5 TotalTackles Smallwood ........................9 Gratz..................................7 Wreh-Wilson ......................6 Wilburn ..............................6 PassBreak-Ups Wreh-Wilson ......................2 T. Brown ............................2

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TotalTackles Junior ................................8 Johnson ............................8 Smallwood ........................7 TacklesForLoss S. Moore ........................3.5 Jennings ........................2.5 Reyes ............................2.0 Sacks S. Moore ........................3.5 Jennings ........................1.5 Martin ............................1.5

SoloTackles Johnson ............................7 Smallwood ........................7 TotalTackles Johnson ..........................10 Smallwood ......................10 Wilburn ..............................9 TacklesforLoss Reyes ............................3.0 S. Moore ........................2.5 Johnson ..........................2.0

IOWA STATE

SoloTackles S. Moore............................5 B. Jones ............................5 Junior ................................4 Johnson ............................4 TotalTackles S. Moore............................8 Junior ................................7 Smallwood ........................7 TacklesforLoss Martin ............................2.5 T. Williams ........................1 Gratz..................................1

SoloTackles Wreh-Wilson ......................6 Reyes ................................5 Gratz..................................4 TotalTackles Johnson ..........................10 Wreh-Wilson ......................9 TacklesForLoss Reyes ................................3 Gratz ..............................1.5 Agbor ..............................1.5

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SoloTackles Junior ................................4 5 Tied ................................3 TotalTackles Johnson ..........................11 S. Moore............................8 T. Brown ............................8 TacklesforLoss Jennings ............................1 Reyes ................................1

PITTSBURGH

SoloTackles S. Moore............................9 Johnson ............................5 TotalTackles S. Moore..........................10 Johnson ............................9 Smallwood ........................7 Junior ................................7 TacklesforLoss S. Moore............................2 T. Williams ........................2 Joseph ..............................1

SYRACUSE

SoloTackles Smallwood ........................5 Gratz..................................5 Junior ................................5 T. Williams ........................5 T. Brown ............................5 TotalTackles Smallwood ......................12 Gratz..................................8 Junior ................................7 Reyes ................................7 Sacks T. Williams ........................1 Jennings ............................1

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GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING FORD @VAN ISU @BUF WMU @WVU PLAYER Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Deshon Foxx 2-13-0 1-2-0 Jonathan Jean-Louis 5-18-0 2-7-0 1-(-7)-0 Lyle McCombs 24-141-4 27-118-0 18-46-0 30-61-0 24-136-0 20-73-0 Scott McCummings 7-23-0 5-(-5)-0 10-38-1 5-7-0 5-17-0 1-4-0 Johnny McEntee 1-(-7)-0 4-(-24)-0 1-2-0 6-10-0 2-(-9)-0 11-13-0 Kashif Moore 1-7-0 1-2-0 1-(-1)-0 Mike Nebrich 2-11-0 4-(-4)-0 D.J. Shoemate 8-28-0 -

USF@PITT SYR LOU RUTG @CINCI Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD Att-Yds-TD 2-9-0 1-7-0 32-130-0 25-124-0 24-152-1 4-18-0 3-23-0 13-59-2 9-(-36)-0 8-(-37)-0 5-(-10)-0 1-4-0 1-(-3)-0 -

GAME-BY-GAME PASSING FORD @VAN ISU @BUF WMU @WVU USF@PITT SYR LOU RUTG @CINCI Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int Att-Cmp-Int PLAYER Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Yds-TD Scott McCummings 1-1-0 0-0-0 3-1-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 55-1 0-0 39-1 32-0 9-0 0-0 Johnny McEntee 8-12-0 27-10-3 30-13-1 21-12-0 39-22-0 37-21-0 23-13-0 33-17-0 8-14-2 113-0 99-0 188-0 213-2 300-4 193-0 103-0 193-2 113-1 Mike Nebrich 3-8-1 2-1-0 3-1-0 1-0-0 60-0 5-0 4-0 0-0

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING FORD @VAN ISU @BUF WMU @WVU USF@PITT SYR LOU RUTG @CINCI PLAYER Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Rec-Yds-TD Geremy Davis 2-33-0 2-9-0 John Delahunt 1-7-0 4-26-0 1-10-1 Reuben Frank 1-6-0 2-5-0 2-4-0 1-0-0 Ryan Griffin 3-97-1 4-47-0 1-11-0 4-73-0 5-57-0 3-38-0 4-44-1 1-13-0 Mark Hinkley 1-8-0 1-4-1 3-28-0 1-6-0 Tebucky Jones 1-7-0 1-17-0 1-10-0 1-4-0 Corey Manning 1-4-0 Lyle McCombs 2-17-0 1-5-0 1-17-0 1-15-0 3-52-1 1-2-0 2-7-0 1-1-0 1-3-0 Isiah Moore 2-42-0 2-12-0 8-143-0 4-49-0 2-18-0 4-41-0 5-48-0 1-11-0 4-72-0 Kashif Moore 1-25-0 1-14-0 3-46-1 3-23-0 8-112-2 3-36-0 2-36-0 6-106-1 1-15-0 D.J. Shoemate 1-9-0 Nick Williams 2-113-1 1-26-1 2-21-0 1-6-0 1-8-0 -

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GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES: DEFENSIVE LINEMEN FORD @VAN ISU @BUF WMU @WVU USF@PITT SYR LOU RUTG @CINCI UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT PLAYER Marcus Campbell 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 Teddy Jennings 2-6-8 3-1-4 0-3-3 1-1-2 1-1-2 3-1-4 1-0-1 Jesse Joseph 4-1-5 0-3-3 0-0-0 1-3-4 2-2-4 0-1-1 Twyon Martin 0-2-2 1-2-3 2-0-2 2-4-6 1-1-2 1-3-4 2-1-3 0-2-2 1-3-4 B.J. McBryde 1-0-1 Kendall Reyes 1-2-3 2-1-3 5-1-6 1-1-2 3-1-4 1-3-4 3-1-4 0-1-1 4-3-7 Shamar Stephen 2-0-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-6-6 1-1-2 1-0-1 Trevardo Williams 1-1-2 2-2-4 2-3-5 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-1-3 1-2-3 2-2-4 5-0-5 Ryan Wirth 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 -

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES: LINEBACKERS FORD @VAN ISU @BUF WMU @WVU USF@PITT SYR LOU RUTG @CINCI PLAYER UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT Jory Johnson 5-6-11 2-6-6 3-7-10 3-2-5 7-3-10 4-2-6 3-8-11 5-4-9 1-3-4 David Kenney 1-0-1 Sio Moore 3-4-7 4-2-6 0-3-3 5-0-5 5-2-7 5-3-8 3-5-8 9-1-10 4-1-5 Andrew Opoku 2-1-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 2-1-3 Mike Osiecki 1-0-1 0-1-1 Yawin Smallwood 2-6-8 2-5-7 3-5-8 3-6-9 7-3-10 2-5-7 2-3-5 3-4-7 5-7-12 Brandon Steg 0-1-1 3-0-3 1-1-2 1-1-2

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES: DEFENSIVE BACKS FORD @VAN ISU @BUF WMU @WVU USF@PITT SYR LOU RUTG @CINCI UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT UT-AT-TT PLAYER Harris Agbor 1-1-2 2-2-4 1-4-5 1-3-4 4-0-4 0-1-1 1-1-2 1-2-3 Tevrin Brandon 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 Ty-meer Brown 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-3-3 2-2-4 1-7-8 3-3-6 5-0-5 Dwayne Gratz 1-2-3 1-1-2 4-4-8 6-1-7 2-1-3 3-0-3 1-0-1 4-1-5 5-3-8 Byron Jones 2-1-3 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-2-2 2-2-4 5-1-6 3-4-7 4-1-5 1-1-2 Jerome Junior 3-1-4 5-3-8 3-3-6 1-5-6 4-3-7 4-3-7 2-5-7 5-2-7 Chris Lopes 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 Gilbert Stlouis 1-0-1 1-0-1 Gary Wilburn 0-1-1 5-0-5 5-4-9 1-0-1 Blidi Wreh-Wilson 2-2-4 4-1-5 6-3-9 4-2-6 -

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Abrams, Kamal (14) P ---P P P P P Agbor, Harris (25) S S SS S P P P P Ashiru, Jeff (32) -----P ---Bardzak, Gary (70) LGLG -P -----Bennett, Jimmy (72) -P LT LT INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ Brandon, Tevrin (20) P P P P P P P P P Brown, Stephen (61) -RT -------Brown, Ty-meer (40) P P P P P S S S S Bullock, Tyler (50) -P P -P P P P P Campbell, Marcus (26) P P -P P P P --Campenni, Julian (90) -P -------Christen, Chad (13) P P P P P P P P P Cruz, Gus (65) -P P --P -P P Dabney, Kijuan (19) --P ------Davis, Geremy (85) P P P WR P P P P P Delahunt, John (89) TE TE TE P -TEP P TE Foxx, Deshon (10) P P P P P P -P -Frank, Reuben (47) P P P P P P P P P Friend, Kevin (77) RT P LG LG RTRT RT RTRT Gratz, Dwayne (7) CBCB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB Greene, Steve (69) P P P P LG LG LG LG LG Griffin, Ryan (94) P P P P TE TE TE TE TE Hansson, Mark (96) -P -------Hinkley, Mark (39) FB FB FB P FB P FB FB P Jean-Louis, Jon (1) P P -P P P P P P Jennings, Teddy (98) DEDE DE DE DE P P P P Johnson, Jory (28) LB LB LB LB LBLB LB LBLB Jones, Byron (16) P S P S P S CB CB CB Jones, Tebucky (84) P P --P P -P P Joseph, Jesse (91) ---P P DE DE DE DE Junior, Jerome (15) S S S-S S S S S Kantor, Alex (38) P P ---P -P -Kenney, David (34) P P P P P P P P P Lopes, Chris (35) P P P P P P P P -Mack, Taylor (29) -P ---P P P P Manning, Corey (81) --P TE P WR P P P Martin, Twyon (4) DT P DT DT DTDT DT DTDT Masters, Adam (63) RG RG RG RGRG RGRG RG RG McBryde, B.J. (97) P P ---P ---McCombs, Lyle (43) TB TB P TB TBTB TB TBTB McCummings, Scott (11) P P P P P P P P P McEntee, Johnny (18) QB QB QB QBQB QBQB QB QB Moore, Isiah (83) WR WR WR WR WR P WR WR WR Moore, Kashif (6) WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR Moore, Sio (3) LB LB LB LB LBLB LB LBLB Mueller, Adam (67) P P P -P P P P P Nebrich, Mike (2) P P P P P --P -Opoku, Andrew (9) P P P P P P P P P Osiecki, Mike (36) P P P -P P P P P Petrus, Moe (57) C C CC C C C C --  Reyes, Kendall (99) DT DT DT DT DTDT DT DTDT Ryan, Mike (71) LT LT RT RT LT LT LT LT LT Shoemate, D.J. (24) INJ INJ TB P INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ Smallwood, Yawin (33) LB LB LB LB LBLB LB LBLB Stlouis, Gilbert (2) -P ---P P P P Steg, Brandon (41) P P P P P P P P P Stephen, Shamar (59) P P P P P P P P P Teggart, Dave (38) P P P P P P P P P Wagner, Cole (85) P P P P P P P P P Wilburn, Gary (21) P P P P CB P P P P Williams, Nick (31) P P P P P P P P P Williams, Trevardo (48) DEDE DE DE DE DE DE DE DE Willman, Tim (51) P --------Wirth, Ryan (53) P P P P P P -P P Wreh-Wilson, Blidi (5) CBCB CB CBINJ INJ INJ INJ INJ KEY: P: Played in game, did not start...POS: Started at that position...INJ: Missed with injury...DNP: Did not play...

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RED zONE GAME In20 Scores Fordham 4 4 at Vanderbilt 2 2 Iowa State 2 1 at Buffalo 1 1 Western Mich. 2 2 at West Virginia 3 2 USF 3 3 at Pittsburgh 2 2 Syracuse 5 4 Louisville Rutgers at Cincinnati TOTALS 24 21

CONNECTICUT Sc.% FG TD TD% TODwn. MFGEOH 100 0 4 100 0 0 0 0 100 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 0 1 50 0 0 1 0 100 0 1 100 0 0 0 0 100 0 2 100 1 0 0 0 66 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 100 3 1 33 0 0 0 0 100 1 1 50 0 0 0 0 80 0 3 60 1 0 0 0

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CONNECTICUT 7-9 10-14 15-19 0-1 2-4 0-0 0-5 1-4 0-1 0-5 1-3 0-0 2-4 0-5 0-1 2-4 1-2 0-3 1-2 0-5 0-2 0-5 0-2 0-0 0-3 0-4 0-0 1-1 2-4 0-1

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RENTSCHLERFIELD •EASTHARTFORD,CONN. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 89 DELAHUNT LT 71 RYAN LG 70 BARDZAK C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 77 FRIEND QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS FB 39 HINKLEY WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 98 JENNINGS SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 5 WREH-WILSON

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(41)--1Jean-Louis,2Nebrich, 9 Opoku, 10 Foxx, 11 McCummings, 13 Christen, 14 Abrams, 16 B. Jones, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 26 Campbell, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney, 35 Lopes, 36 Osiecki,38Kantor,38Teggart,40Brown,41Steg,47 Frank,51Willman,53Wirth,59Stephen,67Mueller,69 Greene,84T.Jones,85Davis,86Wagner,94Griffin, 97McBryde

Fordham(0-1,0-0) 00 3 0 3 UConn(1-0,0-0) 7 14 14 0 35  FIRSTQUARTER UC-Lyle McCombs 2 run (Dave Teggart kick) 6:57 (6 plays, 58 yards, 2:48) SECONDQUARTER UC-McCombs 1 run (Teggart kick) 9:48 (5 plays, 80 yards, 1:49) UC-Ryan Griffin 55 pass from Scott McCummings (Teggart kick) 8:08 (1 play, 55 yards, 0:10) THIRDQUARTER UC-McCombs 5 run (Teggart kick) 7:22 (13 plays, 81 yards, 6:36) UC-McCombs 1 run (Teggart kick) 4:09 (3 plays, 8 yards, 1:23) FU-Patrick Murray 28 field goal 0:24 (10 plays, 67 yards, 3:45) FOURTHQUARTER No Scoring. Attendance-34,562

FORUC FIRSTDOWNS 8 21 Rushing 3 10 Passing 5 10 Penalty 0 1 Rushing Attempts 30 42 Yards Gained Rushing 61 219 Yards Lost Rushing 41 13 NETYARDSRUSHING 20 206 NETYARDSPASSING 149 228 Passes Attempted 26 21 Passes Completed 12 12 Had Intercepted 1 1 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS56 63 TOTALNETYARDS 169 434 Avg. Gain Per Play 3.06.9 Fumbles: No.-Lost 0-00-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. 4-313-18 No. of Punts-Yards 6-3025-149 Avg. Per Punt 50.329.8 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 0-04-28 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 4-701-32 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 1-01-0 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 0-00-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 28:5531:05 3rd Down Conversions 6-163-8 4th Down Conversions 0-20-0

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RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 24 143 2 141 4 60 McCummings 7 27 4 23 0 7 Jean-Louis 5 18 0 18 0 5 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 12 8 0 113 0 25 Nebrich 8 3 1 60 0 21 McCummings 1 1 0 55 1 55 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Griffin 3 97 1 55 I. Moore 2 42 0 24 Davis 2 33 0 21 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 5 149 29.8 41 0 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 4-28 1-32 B. Jones 1-0 FieldGoalAttempts None. Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Johnson 5-6-11 Smallwood 2-6-8 Jennings 2-6-8 2.5

EASTHARTFORD,Conn.-Freshman running back Lyle McCombs(Staten Island, N.Y) rushed for 141 yards and four touchdowns in his first collegiate game as the University of Connecticut football team won their 2011 season opener, 35-3, over Fordham before a crowd of 34,562 at Rentschler Field. The game marked the Connecticut debut for head coach Paul Pasqualoni, who tied Frank Beamer of Virginia Tech for the most overall wins by a BIG EAST coach. They both have 108 victories. Pasqualoni was the first Connecticut football coach to win his debut since 1923.

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The Huskies initial drive ended in a punt after two first downs, but on their second possession began to force their will on their FCS opponent after forcing a Fordham three-and-out. A six-play, 58-yard drive was capped by a McCombs two-yard run. The key play on the drive was a 24-yard pass from Johnny McEntee (Fullerton, Calif.) to Isiah Moore(Cambridge, Mass.). The Huskies started the redshirt junior McEntee, but Pasqualoni played three signal callers in the contest. Redshirt freshman Scott McCummings (Natick, Mass.) and true freshman Michael Nebrich(Burke, Va.) both played well in their Connecticut unveilings. Early in the second quarter, the Huskies took over from their own 20 and McCombs had his first big play from scrimmage, rambling 60 yards before being caught at the Ram two-yard line. Two plays later, McCombs scored from the one and Connecticut had a 14-0 lead. The Connecticut defense, which was spectacular all day, got its first turnover of the season when redshirt freshman safety Byron Jones (New Britain, Conn.) picked off a Peter Maetzold pass. On the next play from scrimmage, McCummings hit redshirt junior tight end Ryan Griffin(Londonderry, N.H.) with a beautiful 55-yard catch-and-run off of play action to put the Huskies ahead by three scores. The Huskies kept that 21-0 lead until midway through the third quarter when McCombs capped drives with scoring runs of five- and one-yard. McCombs' four touchdowns was the first time a Connecticut footballer achieved that feat since Jordan Todmanturned the trick against Cincinnati in 2009. McEntee completed eight-of-12 passes for 113 yards, while Nebrich was three-of-eight, for 60 yards and one interception. The McCummings scoring pass to Griffin was his only attempt of the game. Griffin set a career-standard with his 97 receiving yards. The Connecticut defense held the Rams to just 169 total yards of offense and was led by redshirt junior linebacker Jory Johnson(Mobile, Ala.), who had 11 tackles. Redshirt junior defensive end Teddy Jennings (Dayton, Ohio) had 2.5 tackles for loss.

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FORDHAM INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Whiting 12 25 4 21 0 11 Murphy 6 19 2 17 0 15 Livingston 3 6 0 6 0 4 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG Maetzold 25 12 1 149 0 58 Murphy 1 0 0 0 0 0 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Ajala 7 47 0 16 Mays 2 20 0 15 Wetzel 1 58 0 58 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Murray 5 249 49.8 63 1 Maetzold 1 53 53 53 0 Returns PR KOR INTR Wilson 2-41 Womack 1-0 Vaughn 2-29 FieldGoalAttempts Murray 3rd 0:24 28 yds.

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VANDERBILTSTADIUM •NASHVILLE,TENN. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 89 DELAHUNT LT 71 RYAN LG 70 BARDZAK C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 61 S. BROWN QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS FB 39 HINKLEY WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS S 16 B. JONES DT 99 REYES DE 98 JENNINGS SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 5 WREH-WILSON

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(57)--1Jean-Louis,2Nebrich, 2 Stlouis, 4 Martin, 9 Opoku, 10 Foxx, 11 McCummings, 13 Christen, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 26 Campbell, 29 Mack, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney, 35 Lopes,36Osiecki,38Kantor,38Teggart,40Brown,41 Steg, 47 Frank, 50 Bullock, 53 Wirth, 59 Stephen, 65 Cruz,67Mueller,69Greene,72Bennett,77Friend,84 T.Jones,85Davis,86Wagner,94Griffin,96Hansson, 97McBryde.

TEAMSTATISTICS UCVU FIRSTDOWNS 14 10 Rushing 7 5 Passing 5 5 Penalty 2 0 Rushing Attempts 36 32 Yards Gained Rushing 145 174 Yards Lost Rushing 56 56 NETYARDSRUSHING 89 118 NETYARDSPASSING 104 141 Passes Attempted 29 27 Passes Completed 11 13 Had Intercepted 3 2 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS65 59 TOTALNETYARDS 193 259 Avg. Gain Per Play 3.04.4 Fumbles: No.-Lost 3-11-1 Penalties: No.-Yds. 5-4011-81 No. of Punts-Yards 7-2868-325 Avg. Per Punt 40.940.6 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 3-154-31 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 4-744-79 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 2-333-82 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 1-640-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 31:3628:24 3rd Down Conversions 3-152-16 4th Down Conversions 0-10-0

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UConn(1-1,0-0) 30 10 8 21 Vanderbilt(2-0,0-0) 14 0 0 1024  FIRSTQUARTER UC-Dave Teggart 25 field goal 7:46 (12 plays, 72 yards, 7:14) VU-Chris Boyd 42 pass from Larry Smith (Carey Spear kick) 5:54 (1 play, 42 yards, 0:09) VU-Jerron Seymour 40 run (Spear kick) 1:29 (6 plays, 80 yards, 1:39) THIRDQUARTER UC-Teggart 28 field goal 9:59 (6 plays, 6 yards, 3:22) UC-Byron Jones 0 blocked kick return (Teggart kick) 7:47 FOURTHQUARTER UC-Yawin Smallwood 64 fumble return (Ryan Griffin pass from Johnny McEntee) 10:34 VU-Casey Hayward 50 interception return (Spear kick) 6:45 VU-Spear 31 field goal 2:56 (6 plays, 45 yards, 2:44) Attendance-32,119 NASHVILLE,Tenn.-Vanderbilt held the University of Connecticut offense to 193 yards, 118 of rushing by redshirt freshman Lyle McCombs(Staten Island, N.Y.), as the Commodores posted a 24-21 win over the Huskies before a crowd of 32,119 at Vanderbilt Stadium on Saturday night. McCombs rushed for his 118 yards on 27 carries and has now rushed for at least 100 yards in his first two collegiate games. Husky junior quarterback Johnny McEntee(Fullerton, Calif.) was 10 of 27 in the air for 99 yards, but had three interceptions. Larry Smith was 12 of 24 in the air for 140 yards while Jerron Seymour had eight carries for 70 yards. On Vanderbilt's first drive of the fourth quarter, redshirt freshman Yawin Smallwood (Worcester, Mass.) returned a fumble 64 yards with 10:34 left to go, giving UConn its first lead of the game, as the Huskies took a 21-14 lead. On the fumble return, Vandy had the ball at the UConn 36 and Sio Moore's(Apex, N.C.) hit of Smith jarred the ball loose and Smallwood was home free. After the UConn defense forced Vanderbilt to punt on their ensuing drive, McEntee threw his third interception of the night, as Robby Barbieri returned the interception 50 yards to tie the game at 21-21. Vanderbilt was able to take the lead with 2:56 left, as Carey Spear converted a 31-yard field goal for the 24-21 Vandy advantage. UConn trailed 14-3 at halftime, but scored the only ten points of the third quarter to make it 14-13 entering the final stanza. On Vanderbilt's third play from scrimmage of the second half, junior Jory Johnson (Mobile, Ala.) picked off a Smith pass to give UConn the ball at the Vandy 17. UConn could only move the ball six yards to set up a 28-yard field goal by senior kicker Dave Teggart(Northborough, Mass.). The Huskies then cut the lead to a point, 14-13, as redshirt freshman Byron Jones(New Britain, Conn.) blocked a punt in the endzone. It was UConn's first blocked punt since 2008 and the first for a TD since 2002. Connecticut moved the ball efficiently on the first possession of the game as it marched the ball to the Commodore 12-yard line with a first down. The Huskies could only manage four more yards, which set up a 25-yard field goal by Teggart. The field goal gave Teggart the UConn career scoring record with 262 points, which he extended later in the game. Vanderbilt went four and out on its first possession, but McEntee threw a first down interception picked off by Kenny Ladler that put the ball at the UConn 42. Vanderbilt came right back on the next play with a 42-yard TD pass from Smith to Chris Boyd to give the Commodores a 7-3 lead. Vandy took a 14-3 lead on a 40-yard rush by Seymour on a second and ten play that capped a six-play 80 yard drive. The Commodores had 134 yards of total offense in the first quarter and 82 of them came on scoring plays. The Commodores maintained the lead 14-3 at halftime after a second quarter that did not feature any scoring as UConn only had 35 yards of total offense with VU having 28.

RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 27 134 16 118 0 22 McCummings 5 11 16 -5 0 6 McEntee 4 0 24 -24 0 0 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 27 10 3 99 0 30 Nebrich 2 1 0 5 0 5 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Griffin 4 47 0 30 I. Moore 2 12 0 10 Davis 2 9 0 5 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 7 286 40.9 50 2 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 2-6 4-74 B. Jones 1-9 Wreh-Wilson 1-18 Johnson 1-15 FieldGoalAttempts Teggart 1st 7:46 25 yds. Teggart 3rd 9:59 28 yds.

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VANDERBILT INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Seymour 8 70 0 70 1 40 Stacy 10 64 6 58 0 48 Krause 3 29 0 29 0 24 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG L. Smith 24 12 2 140 1 42 Rodgers 2 1 0 1 0 1 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Cole 3 50 0 31 Boyd 2 46 1 42 Krause 2 12 0 16 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Kent 8 325 40.6 67 2 Returns PR KOR INTR Cole 3-17 Krause 1-14 Hayward 1-50 Samuels 4-79 Marshall 1-32 Ladler 1-0 FieldGoalAttempts Spear 4th 2:56 31 yds.

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GAME#3•SEPTEMBER16,2011

20 CONNECTICUT

24 IOWASTATE

RENTSCHLERFIELD •EASTHARTFORD,CONN. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 89 DELAHUNT LT 72 BENNETT LG 77 FRIEND C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 71 RYAN QB 18 MCENTEE TB 24 SHOEMATE FB 39 HINKLEY WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 98 JENNINGS SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 5 WREH-WILSON

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(50)--2Nebrich,9Opoku,10 Foxx, 11 McCummings, 13 Christen, 16 Jones, 19 Dabney, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney,35Lopes,36Osiecki,38Teggart,40Brown, 41Steg,43McCombs,47Frank,50Bullock,53Wirth, 59 Stephen, 65 Cruz, 67 Mueller, 69 Greene, 81 Manning,85Davis,86Wagner,94Griffin

TEAMSTATISTICS ISUUC FIRSTDOWNS 12 20 Rushing 4 6 Passing 8 10 Penalty 0 4 Rushing Attempts 34 42 Yards Gained Rushing 137 137 Yards Lost Rushing 36 25 NETYARDSRUSHING 101 112 NETYARDSPASSING 240 231 Passes Attempted 30 36 Passes Completed 19 15 Had Intercepted 3 1 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS64 78 TOTALNETYARDS 341 343 Avg. Gain Per Play 5.34.4 Fumbles: No.-Lost 0-03-2 Penalties: No.-Yds. 11-911-5 No. of Punts-Yards 8-3326-241 Avg. Per Punt 36.938.0 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 2-13 2-(-3) Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 4-895-117 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 1-23-32 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 0-00-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 28:1031:50 3rd Down Conversions 6-175-17 4th Down Conversions 0-00-1

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IowaSt.(3-0,0-0) 07 10 7 24 UConn(1-2,0-0)10 0 3 7 20  FIRSTQUARTER UC-Scott McCummings 10 run (Dave Teggart kick) 10:25 (10 plays, 57 yards, 4:35) UC-Teggart 52 field goal 1:59 (4 plays, 0 yards, 0:52) SECONDQUARTER ISU-James White 26 run (Zach Guyer kick) 11:03 (5 plays, 74 yards, 1:55) THIRDQUARTER ISU-Darius Reynolds 40 pass from Josh Lenz (Guyer kick) 11:18 (4 plays, 54 yards, 1:27) UC-Teggart 50 field goal 9:37 (6 plays, 48 yards, 1:41) ISU-Guyer 36 field goal (4 plays, 4 yards, 1:19) FOURTHQUARTER UC-Kashif Moore 39 pass from McCummings (Teggart kick) 12:51 (7 plays, 80 yards, 2:18) ISU-Reynolds 20 pass from Steele Jantz (Guyer kick) 9:08 (8 plays, 65 yards, 3:43) Attendance-37,195 EASTHARTFORD,Conn.-The University of Connecticut football team outgained Iowa State 343-341 for the game, but a fourth quarter score for the Cyclones spelled a 24-20 loss for the Huskies in front of 37,195 at Rentschler Field. Connecticut redshirt senior wide receiver Isiah Moore recorded careerhighs in receptions and yards with eight catches and 143 yards. The winning score for Iowa State came with 9:08 left in the game when Darius Reynolds leaped over a pair of UConn defenders and raced across the goal line for a 20-yard touchdown reception from junior quarterback Steele Jantz. Jantz threw three interceptions in the first quarter but finished with 200 yards. The Huskies used a trio of quarterbacks with redshirt junior Johnny McEntee taking the majority of snaps as he went 13-30 for a season-high 188 yards. Redshirt freshman Lyle McCombs led the UConn running game with 46 yards on 18 rushes. Sophomore Shontrelle Johnson and redshirt sophomore James White split the carries for ISU with 14 apiece. Johnson went for 65 yards, while White ran for 44. Connecticut opened the game with a 10-play, 57-yard drive that resulted in a touchdown for redshirt freshman quarterback Scott McCummings. McCummings, in the game for just his second play, was initially ruled down at the one-yard line, but after an official review it was determined that the ball crossed the goal line prior to his knee hitting the ground. For the game, McCummings rushed for 38 yards on 10 carries. The two teams would trade turnovers several times in the remaining minutes of the first quarter as redshirt junior Dwayne Gratz picked off Jantz on the Cyclone's first play from scrimmage. Gratz returned the ball 19 yards to the ISU 41-yard line, but UConn gave the ball back on the very next play as McEntee was intercepted by Steve Ruempolhamer. Jantz was intercepted again, with less than three minutes to play in the first, by redshirt freshman Byron Jones, which set up a 52-yard field goal by redshirt senior kicker Dave Teggart to put the Huskies up 10-0. For Teggart, it tied his career long. Before the end of the first, UConn would force a third turnover as Jory Johnson grabbed a ball off a pass broken up by linebacker Sio Moore. Despite outgaining Iowa State 101-4 in the first, Connecticut went into halftime up only 10-7 as the Cyclones held a 114-13 advantage in the second quarter. ISU got on the board when James White broke loose for a 26yard touchdown run to cut the Huskies lead to three. The Cyclones went on top early in the third quarter when White flipped the ball to junior WR Josh Lenz on a reverse, who threw a deep ball for Reynolds to take into the end zone. UConn came back with a 50-yard field goal from Teggart, the second time in his career he converted two field goals of 50 yard. With 6:44 left to play in the quarter, Iowa State added to its lead with a 36-yard field goal by senior kicker Zach Guyer, to go up 17-13. Connecticut regained the lead early in the fourth quarter as McCummings hooked up with redshirt senior wide receiver Kashif Moorefor a 39-yard touchdown to take a 20-17 lead. McCummings has completed two passes on the season, both for touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, junior linebacker Jake Knott made 11 tackles and forced one fumble for the Cylcones, while Johnson added 10 tackles to go with his interception for the Huskies.

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RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 18 50 4 46 0 11 McCummings 10 39 12 38 1 10 Shoemate 8 28 0 28 0 6 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 30 13 1 188 0 41 McCummings 3 1 0 39 1 39 Receiving No. Yds TD LG I. Moore 8 143 0 41 K. Moore 3 46 1 39 McCombs 1 17 0 17 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 6 241 40.2 48 0 Returns PR KOR INTR B. Jones 1-0 Johnson 1-13 N. Williams 2-(-3) 5-117 Gratz 1-19 FieldGoalAttempts Teggart 1st Teggart 1st Teggart 2nd Teggart 3rd

3:28 1:59 12:58 9:37

41 yds. 52 yds. 43 yds. 50 yds.

Missed Good Missed Good

Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Johnson 3-7-10 1 1 Wreh-Wilson 6-3-9 .5 Gratz 4-4-8 1.5 1

IOWASTATE INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Johnson 14 70 5 65 0 27 White 14 58 14 44 1 26 Woody 2 4 0 4 0 3 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG Jantz 29 18 3 200 1 48 Lenz 1 1 0 40 1 40 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Lenz 6 58 0 20 Reynolds 4 128 2 48 Horne 3 21 0 11 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Van Der Kamp 8 332 41.5 53 4 Returns PR KOR INTR Lenz 2-13 1-23 Johnson 3-66 Ruempolhamer 1-2 FieldGoalAttempts Mahoney 3rd 13:36 53 yds. Guyer 3rd 6:44 36 yds.

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Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Knott 6-5-11 .5 1 Reeves 6-4-10 1 1 Neal 4-48 1.5 .5

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GAME#4•SEPTEMBER24,2011

17 CONNECTICUT

3 BUFFALO

UNIVERSITYATBUFFALOSTADIUM •BUFFALO,N.Y. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 81 MANNING LT 72 BENNETT LG 77 FRIEND C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 71 RYAN QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS WR 85 DAVIS WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 98 JENNINGS SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 16 B. JONES S 25 AGBOR CB 5 WREH-WILSON

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(47)--1Jean-Louis,2Nebrich, 9 Opoku, 10 Foxx, 11 McCummings, 13 Christen, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 24 Shoemate, 26 Campbell, 31 Williams,34Kenney,35Lopes,38Teggart,39Hinkley, 40Brown,41Steg,47Frank,53Wirth,59Stephen,69 Greene, 70 Bardzak, 86 Wagner, 89 Delahunt, 91 Joseph,94Griffin

TEAMSTATISTICS UCUB FIRSTDOWNS 13 16 Rushing 4 7 Passing 9 7 Penalty 0 2 Rushing Attempts 42 31 Yards Gained Rushing 105 139 Yards Lost Rushing 25 13 NETYARDSRUSHING 80 126 NETYARDSPASSING 213 193 Passes Attempted 22 40 Passes Completed 12 18 Had Intercepted 0 1 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS64 71 TOTALNETYARDS 293 319 Avg. Gain Per Play 4.64.5 Fumbles: No.-Lost 0-00-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. 5-454-48 No. of Punts-Yards 8-3548-311 Avg. Per Punt 44.238.9 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 1-124-19 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 1-274-88 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 1-280-0 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 0-00-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 4 Possession Time 30:2229:38 3rd Down Conversions 4-156-19 4th Down Conversions 0-10-1

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UConn(2-2,0-0) 0 10 0 7 17 Buffalo(1-3,0-0) 03 0 0 3  FIRSTQUARTER No scoring. SECONDQUARTER UB-Peter Fardon 28 field goal 5:28 (13 plays, 57 yards, 5:29) UC-Dave Teggart 47 field goal 2:34 (8 plays, 51 yards, 2:54) UC-Mark Hinkley 4 pass from Johnny McEntee (Teggart kick) 0:15 (4 plays, 83 yards, 0:58) THIRDQUARTER No scoring. FOURTHQUARTER UC-Nick Williams 49 pass from McEntee (Teggart kick) 4:52 (6 plays, 64 yards, 2:32) Attendance-18,215 AMHERST,N.Y.-The University of Connecticut football team posted a 173 win against the University at Buffalo before a crowd of 18,215 at UB Stadium. UConn junior quarterback Johnny McEntee (Servite, Calif.) took the majority of snaps and was 12 of 21 in the air for 213 yards and two touchdowns, the first two of his career. Junior wide receiver Nick Williams (East Windsor, N.J.) sparked the Husky offense with a pair of big plays, the first of which was a 64-yard catch and run that set up the first Connecticut touchdown of the game. Williams' second catch was another catch and run, going for 49 yards and a score with 4:52 left in the game to seal the win. Redshirt freshman quarterback Scott McCummings (Natick, Mass) ran the ball 5 times for 7 yards while freshman QB Michael Nebrich (Burke, Va.) attempted just one pass. Husky redshirt freshman Lyle McCombs (Staten Island, N.Y.) had 30 carries for 61 yards. UConn redshirt senior Isiah Moore (Cambridge, Mass.) made a team-best four receptions for 49 yards. Branden Oliver led Buffalo in rushing with 23 yards on 85 carries while quarterback Chazz Anderson was 18 of 39 in the air for 192 yards and ran for 30 yards on seven rushes. For the second time this season, the Huskies held their opponent to just three points, the first of which came in a season-opening 35-3 win over Fordham. Despite just the one score, the Bulls moved the ball for 314 yards, including 122 on the ground, opposed to UConn's 292 yards of total offense. The Huskies led at halftime 10-3 and the third quarter was scoreless. UCconn redshirt freshman linebacker Yawin Smallwood (Worcester, Mass.) made the biggest play of the quarter as he made an endzone interception on a third and goal play by the Bulls at the UConn five. Buffalo had moved the ball 80 yards on 11 plays on that drive. UConn took that 10-3 halftime lead when it scored the first touchdown of the game with 15 seconds left to go. The drive began on the UConn 17 as McEntee threw a 15-yard pass to McCombs to move the ball to the Husky 32. McEntee then hooked up on the longest Husky pass play of the year on a 64-yard connection to Nick Williams to put the ball at the Bull 4. McEntee then threw a four-yard TD pass to redshirt junior fullback Mark Hinkley (Kanehoe, Hawaii) for the UConn lead. It was the first TD pass in McEntee's career and the first TD reception of Hinkley's. After a scoreless first quarter, the two teams opened scoring by trading field goals in the second quarter. Peter Fardon gave the Bulls a 3-0 lead on a 28-yard field goal with 5:28 left in the quarter to cap a 13 play-57 yard drive. Fadron had missed a 30-yarder at the beginning of the second quarter. UConn broke into the scoring with a 47-yard field goal by senior Dave Teggart (Northborough, Mass.) that ended an eight-play 51-yard drive. Teggart had a 49-yard FG attempt blocked in the first quarter.

RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 30 73 12 61 0 7 McEntee 6 23 13 10 0 9 McCummings 5 7 0 7 0 5 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 21 12 0 213 2 64 Nebrich 1 0 0 0 0 0 Receiving No. Yds TD LG I. Moore 4 49 0 16 K. Moore 3 23 0 10 N. Williams 2 113 1 64 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 8 354 44.2 62 2 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 1-12 1-27 Smallwood 1-28 FieldGoalAttempts Teggart 1st 4:20 49 yds. Teggart 2nd 2:34 47 yds.

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Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Smallwood 3-6-9 1 Gratz 6-1-7 Wreh-Wilson 4-2-6

BUFFALO INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Oliver 23 84 0 84 0 16 Anderson 7 48 13 35 0 18 Young 1 7 0 7 0 7 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG Anderson 39 18 1 193 0 45 Jackson 1 0 0 0 0 0 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Rivers 9 94 0 18 Neutz 5 83 0 45 Oliver 2 3 0 2 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Schum 5 203 40.6 45 2 Returns PR KOR INTR Jackson 4-19 3-73 Gordon 1-15 FieldGoalAttempts Fardon 2nd 13:34 30 yds. Fardon 2nd 5:28 28 yds.

Missed Good

Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Branch 4-6-10 1 Skinner 4-5-9 Mack 3-4-7 1.5 1

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GAME#5•OCTOBER1,2011

31 CONNECTICUT

38 WESTERNMICH.

RENTSCHLERFIELD •EASTHARTFORD,CONN. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 94 GRIFFIN LT 71 RYAN LG 69 GREENE C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 77 FRIEND QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS FB 39 HINKLEY WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 98 JENNINGS SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 15 JUNIOR S 25 AGBOR CB 21 WILBURN

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(49)--1Jean-Louis,2Nebrich, 9 Opoku, 10 Foxx, 11 McCummings, 13 Christen, 14 Abrams, 16 Jones, 20 Brandon, 26 Campbell, 31 Williams,34Kenney,35Lopes,36Osiecki,38Teggart, 40Brown,41Steg,47Frank,50Bullock,53Wirth,59 Stephen,67Mueller,81Manning,84Jones,85Davis, 86Wagner,91Joseph

TEAMSTATISTICS WMUUC FIRSTDOWNS 27 20 Rushing 3 3 Passing 21 14 Penalty 3 3 Rushing Attempts 22 33 Yards Gained Rushing 67 175 Yards Lost Rushing 56 24 NETYARDSRUSHING 11 151 NETYARDSPASSING 479 300 Passes Attempted 51 39 Passes Completed 37 22 Had Intercepted 0 0 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS73 72 TOTALNETYARDS 490 451 Avg. Gain Per Play 6.76.3 Fumbles: No.-Lost 2-22-1 Penalties: No.-Yds. 15-11910-95 No. of Punts-Yards 6-2467-287 Avg. Per Punt 41.041.0 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 4-320-0 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 3-743-52 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 0-00-0 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 0-00-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 28:2731:33 3rd Down Conversions 4-116-16 4th Down Conversions 0-01-1

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WMU(3-2,0-0) 0 17 0 2138 UConn(2-3,0-0) 07 10 1431  FIRSTQUARTER No scoring. SECONDQUARTER WM-White 25 pass from Carder (Potter kick) 11:15 (5 plays, 66 yards, 2:16) WM-Walker 7 pass from Carder (Potter kick) 6:31 (8 plays, 68 yards, 3:38) UC-K. Moore 9 pass from McEntee (Teggart kick) 3:27 (6 plays, 93 yards, 3:04) WM-Potter 39 field goal 0:22 (11 plays, 71 yards, 3:05) THIRDQUARTER UC-K. Moore 3 pass from McEntee (Teggart kick) 8:31 (5 plays, 72 yards, 2:24) UC-Teggart 43 field goal 4:13 (4 plays, -4 yards, 0:55) FOURTHQUARTER UC-McCombs 26 pass from McEntee (Teggart kick) 12:40 (6 plays, 72 yards, 2:20) WM-White 6 pass from Carder (Potter kick) 9:48 (9 plays, 80 yards, 2:52) WM-Ravenell 14 pass from Carder (Potter kick) 5:53 (7 plays, 62 yards, 2:19) UC-N. Williams 26 pass from McEntee (Teggart kick) 2:03 (10 plays, 80 yards, 3:50) WM-Ravenell 41 pass from Carder (Potter kick) 1:35 (2 plays, 60 yards, 0:28) Attendance-36,648 EASTHARTFORD,Conn.-Johnny McEntee threw for 300 yards and four touchdowns for the University of Connecticut football team as the Huskies lost to Western Michigan by a 38-31 score on Saturday before a crowd of 36,648 at Rentschler Field. Kashif Moore had two touchdown catches and 112 yards receiving and Lyle McCombs added 136 yards rushing and a 26yard touchdown reception for the Huskies. Alex Carder threw for a career-high 479 yards and five touchdowns to lead Western Michigan. Two of those scores were caught by Jordan White, who had his fourth 100-yard receiving game of the season, catching 12 balls for 173 yards. He was one of three Bronco receivers to go over the century mark. Robert Arnheim had 113 yards and Chleb Ravenell added 123 and two fourth-quarter touchdowns, including a 41-yard catch that turned out to be the game winner. After making a 26-yard catch at the Western Michigan 13-yard line with 45 seconds left, UConn tight end Ryan Griffin fumbled. UConn scored the first of the fourth quarter's five touchdowns, when McEntee found McCombs open behind the Broncos' blitzing linebackers for a 26-yard score to give UConn its only lead at 24-17. But Carder led the Broncos right back on a 9-play 80-yard drive, finding White in the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown that tied the game. The Broncos held UConn to a three-and-out, and then went 62-yards to take the lead again on a 14-yard pass from Carder to Ravenell. UConn tied it again when McEntee scrambled and found Nick Williams on a fourth down from 26 yards out with just over 2 minutes left. Two plays after UConn's kickoff went out of bounds, Ravenell raced down the right sideline and reached over cornerback Gary Wilburn to bring in a 41-yard touchdown with 1:35 left. Arnheim beat Wilburn down the right sideline and made a one-handed 32-yard catch to set up the Broncos second touchdown, an 11-yard pass from Carder to tight end Dallas Walker. The Broncos went 66 yards on their first drive of the second quarter and scored when White grabbed a slant pass and dragged several UConn defenders into the end zone for a 25-yard catch and run. The Huskies didn't cross midfield until McCombs took a handoff at his own 7-yard line with just over 6 minutes left in the half, bounced off a tackle and ran 65 yards before tripping on the grass. That set up a 9-yard touchdown pass from McEntee to Moore. Moore's second touchdown, a 3-yard reception on a play-action fake, was set up by his 47-yard catch and run. The 5-play 72-yard drive brought UConn to within 17-14 midway through the third quarter. 

RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 24 144 8 136 0 65 McCummings 5 24 7 17 0 18 Jean-Louis 2 7 0 7 0 4 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 39 22 0 300 4 47 Receiving No. Yds TD LG K. Moore 8 112 2 47 Griffin 4 73 0 28 McCombs 3 52 1 26 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 7 287 41.0 54 0 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 3-52 FieldGoalAttempts Teggart 3rd 4:13 43 yds. Teggart 3rd 1:13 47 yds.

Good Missed

Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Johnson 7-3-10 2 1 Smallwood 7-3-10 1 1 Wilburn 5-4-9

WESTERNMICHIGAN INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Fields 8 19 3 16 0 8 Carder 10 46 47 -1 0 14 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG Carder 51 37 0 479 5 41 Receiving No. Yds TD LG White 12 173 2 25 Arnheim 10 113 0 32 Ravenell 9 123 2 41 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Armer 6 246 41.0 65 2 Returns PR KOR INTR White 4-32 Wallace 3-74 FieldGoalAttempts Potter 2nd 0:22 39 yds.

Good

Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Zajac 2-7-9 1 Winchester 6-1-7 1 Pettway 3-4-7

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GAME#6•OCTOBER8,2011

16 CONNECTICUT

43 WESTVIRGINIA

MILANPUSKARSTADIUM •MORGANTOWN,W.Va. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 94 GRIFFIN LT 71 RYAN LG 69 GREENE C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 77 FRIEND QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS TE 89 DELAHUNT WR 81 MANNING

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 91 JOSEPH SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 40 T. BROWN S 15 JUNIOR S 16 B. JONES

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(56)--1Jean-Louis,2Stlouis, 5Wreh-Wilson,9Opoku,10Foxx,11McCummings,13 Christen, 14 Abrams, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn, 25 Agbor,26Campbell,29Mack,31Williams,32Ashiru, 34 Kenney, 35 Lopes, 36 Osiecki, 38 Kantor, 38 Teggart,39Hinkley,41Steg,47Frank,50Bullock,53 Wirth,59Stephen,65Cruz,67Mueller,83I.Moore,84 Jones,85Davis,86Wagner,97McBryde,98Jennings

TEAMSTATISTICS UC WVU FIRSTDOWNS 16 23 Rushing 5 6 Passing 10 16 Penalty 1 1 Rushing Attempts 35 29 Yards Gained Rushing 116 103 Yards Lost Rushing 34 31 NETYARDSRUSHING 82 72 NETYARDSPASSING 193 469 Passes Attempted 37 48 Passes Completed 21 28 Had Intercepted 0 1 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS72 77 TOTALNETYARDS 275 541 Avg. Gain Per Play 3.87.0 Fumbles: No.-Lost 3-13-1 Penalties: No.-Yds. 7-518-80 No. of Punts-Yards 9-3975-215 Avg. Per Punt 44.143.0 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 3-85-51 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 6-1191-31 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 1-480-0 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 0-01-83 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 32:3327:27 3rd Down Conversions 4-167-15 4th Down Conversions 0-00-1

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UConn(2-4,0-1) 36 0 7 16 WVU(5-1,1-0) 37 23 1043  FIRSTQUARTER WV-Tyler Bitancurt 31 field goal 7:43 (7 plays, 61 yards, 2:07) UC-Dave Teggart 40 field goal 3:23 (8 plays, 43 yards, 4:13) SECONDQUARTER UC-Teggart 53 field goal 14:53 (4 plays, 1 yard, 1:44) WV-Dustin Garrison 14 run (Bitancurt kick) 2:44 (7 plays, 45 yards, 2:19) UC-Teggart 22 field goal 0:00 (8 plays, 53 yards. 0:55) THIRDQUARTER WV-Tavon Austin 12 pass from Geno Smith (Bitancurt kick) 7:44 (2 plays, 12 yards, 0:10) WV-Stedman Bailey 84 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) 5:49 (1 play, 84 yards, 0:12) WV-Team Safety 2:31 WV-Brad Starks 22 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) 0:09 (6 plays, 50 yards, 2:15) FOURTHQUARTER WV-Bitancurt 33 field goal 10:52 (9 plays, 34 yards, 3:13) WV-Bailey 27 pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick) 8:51 (3 plays, 81 yards, 0:59) UC-Ty-Meer Brown 48 interception return (Teggart kick) 7:54 Attendance-56,179 MORGANTOWN,W.Va.-West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith was 27 of 45 in the air for 450 yards and the Mountaineers scored 23 unanswered points in the final 7:54 of the third quarter to top the University of Connecticut football team by a 43-16 score. The game was played before a crowd of 56,179 at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium as Connecticut is now 2-4 on the season and 0-1 in the BIG EAST while the No. 16 Mountaineers are 5-1 and 1-0. Stedman Bailey had seven receptions for 178 yards and two scores and Dustin Garrison had 80 rushing yards to help lead the Mountaineer effort. Redshirt senior Johnny McEntee (Servite, Calif.) was 21 of 37 in the air for the Huskies with 193 yards. The Huskies were led in rushing by redshirt freshman Lyle McCombs (Staten Island, N.Y.) with 20 carries for 73 yards. WVU led 10-9 at halftime, but the game took a dramatic momentum change midway in the third quarter as Connecticut had driven to the Mountaineer 13-yard line. On a first down play, McEntee rushed the ball to the 10, but then fumbled the ball and WVU's Jewone Snow recovered and returned the ball all the way to the UConn 12 with 7:54 left in the quarter. West Virginia scored two plays later on a 12-yard TD pass from Austin to Smith that made it 17-9 Mountaineers. WVU took control of the game, when after a Husky three-and-out, the Mountaineers got the ball at their own 16. Smith threw an 84-yard TD pass to Stedman Bailey to give WVU 24-9 lead. The Mountaineers added two more points on a safety with 2:31 left in the third quarter as McEntee was sacked in the endzone to make it 26-9 and Smith had a 22-yard TD pass to Brad Sparks with nine seconds left in the quarter to make it 33-9. Tyler Bituncurt kicked a 33-yard field goal for West Virginia with 10:52 left to make it 36-9. The Mountaineers went on to score 33 unanswered points when Smith added a second touchdown pass to Bailey, on a 27-yard toss to the end zone with 8:51 remaining in the game. After a quick three-and-out by UConn, WVU made a change at quarterback. Freshman Paul Millard entered the game and was picked off on his first play by Connecticut red-shirt freshman Ty-Meer Brown. Brown nearly came close to stepping out of bounds, but stayed in to return the ball 48 yards to the end zone for the only Husky touchdown of the afternoon. West Virginia led at halftime by a 10-9 count as UConn senior kicker Dave Teggart (Northborough, Mass.) accounted for all of the Huskies' nine points on three field goals. 

RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 20 74 1 73 0 7 McEntee 11 37 24 13 0 12 McCummings 1 4 0 4 0 4 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 37 21 0 193 0 20 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Griffin 5 57 0 16 I. Moore 4 41 0 17 K. Moore 3 36 0 17 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 9 397 44.1 63 3 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 3-8 2-35 Foxx 4-84 T. Brown 1-48 FieldGoalAttempts Teggart 1st Teggart 1st Teggart 2nd Teggart 2nd

9:50 3:23 14:53 0:00

42 yds. 40 yds. 53 yds. 22 yds.

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Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF S. Moore 5-3-8 Junior 4-3-7 .5 .5 Smallwood 2-5-7

WESTVIRGINIA INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Garrison 18 84 4 80 1 14 Buie 2 11 0 11 0 7 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG G. Smith 45 27 0 450 4 84 Millard 3 1 1 19 0 19 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Bailey 7 178 2 84 Austin 7 74 1 21 McCartney 6 131 0 51 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Molinari 5 215 43.0 47 3 Returns PR KOR INTR Austin 5-51 1-31 FieldGoalAttempts Bitancurt 1st 7:43 31 yds. Bitancurt 4th 10:52 33 yds.

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Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF E. Smith 5-3-8 1 Cook 4-4-8 .5 Snow 4-3-7 .5 .5 1

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GAME#7•OCTOBER15,2011

16 CONNECTICUT

10 USF

RENTSCHLERFIELD •EASTHARTFORD,CONN. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 94 GRIFFIN LT 71 RYAN LG 69 GREENE C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 77 FRIEND QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS FB 39 HINKLEY WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 91 JOSEPH SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 40 T. BROWN S 15 JUNIOR CB 16 B. JONES

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(48)--1Jean-Louis,2Stlouis,9 Opoku,11McCummings,13Christen,14Abrams,20 Brandon,21Wilburn,25Agbor,26Campbell,29Mack, 31 Williams, 34 Kenney, 35 Lopes, 36 Osiecki,38 Teggart,41Steg,47Frank,50Bullock,59Stephen,67 Mueller, 81 Manning, 85 Davis, 86 Wagner, 89 Delahunt,98Jennings

TEAMSTATISTICS USFUC FIRSTDOWNS 18 19 Rushing 10 9 Passing 8 8 Penalty 0 2 Rushing Attempts 36 48 Yards Gained Rushing 195 170 Yards Lost Rushing 20 52 NETYARDSRUSHING 175 118 NETYARDSPASSING 164 135 Passes Attempted 27 25 Passes Completed 15 14 Had Intercepted 2 0 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS63 73 TOTALNETYARDS 339 253 Avg. Gain Per Play 5.43.5 Fumbles: No.-Lost 3-22-2 Penalties: No.-Yds. 9-893-25 No. of Punts-Yards 3-1346-267 Avg. Per Punt 44.744.5 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 4-170-0 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 5-1462-33 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 0-02-0 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 0-02-24 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 25:3434:26 3rd Down Conversions 3-117-18 4th Down Conversions 0-10-0

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USF(4-0,0-2) 30 7 0 10 UConn(3-4,1-1) 33 10 0 16  FIRSTQUARTER USF-Maikon Bonani 23 field goal 9:34 (11 plays, 56 yards, 4:36) UC-Dave Teggart 18 field goal 0:35 (16 plays, 81 yards, 8:59) SECONDQUARTER UC-Teggart 46 field goal 0:09 (15 plays, 52 yards, 4:24) THIRDQUARTER USF-B.J. Daniels 22 run (Bonani kick) 12:05 (7 plays, 75 yards, 2:55) UC-Teggart 28 field goal 8:13 (8 plays, 67 yards, 3:52) UC-Byron Jones 10 fumble recovery (Teggart kick) 7:06 FOURTHQUARTER No scoring. Attendance-37,162 EAST HARTFORD -- University of Connecticut redshirt freshman Lyle McCombs (Staten Island, N.Y.) ran for 130 yards and senior kicker Dave Teggart (Northborough, Mass.) kicked three field goals as the Huskies beat USF 16-10 on Saturday without scoring an offensive touchdown. The Homecoming contest was played before a crowd of 37,162 at Rentschler Field. Redshirt freshman cornerback Byron Jones (New Britain, Conn.) ran a third-quarter fumble back 10 yards for what turned out to be the winning score after senior defensive tackle Twyon Martin (Parkland, Fla.) stripped USF running back Darrel Scott deep in UConn territory. B.J. Daniels threw for 164 yards and ran for 64 and a touchdown. But the USF quarterback also threw two interceptions and had a key fumble. The Bulls failed to convert on a fourth down with just under 2 1/2 minutes left and the Huskies ran out the clock. A 32-yard run from Daniels had given the Bulls the ball in UConn territory. But a fourth-down pass to Sterling Griffin was stopped four yards short of the first-down marker. Teggart, who beat South Florida with last-minute field goals in their two previous meetings, hit from 18, 46, and 28 yards. Connecticut won despite having just 253 yards of offense, and much of that came from McCombs, who carried the ball 30 times and recorded his fourth 100-yard game. The Bulls' defensive line spent much of the afternoon in UConn's backfield, tying a school record with seven sacks. The Huskies had given up just 17 in their previous six games. Daniels scored on the Bulls' first drive of the second half with a 22-yard scramble through the UConn defense, cutting left to leave redshirt freshman linebacker Yawin Smallwood (Worcester, Mass.) behind on his way to the end zone to give USF a 10-6 lead. But Smallwood later made a key play, tipping a pass that redshirt junior Sio Moore (Apex, N.C.) intercepted to stop a fourth-quarter drive. Offensive mistakes and good defense kept both teams out of the end zone in the first half. USF defensive end Ryne Giddins had nine of his 11 tackles in the first half, to go along with two sacks, a forced fumble. But the Bulls managed just 75 yards of offense and two turnovers before intermission. The teams traded field goals in the first quarter. Maikon Bonani hit a 23yarder to open the scoring, and Teggart capped a 16-play drive on the next possession with an 18-yarder. Teggart hit a short kickoff into a strong wind and Marcus Shaw returned the kick 79 yards to the UConn 8-yard line. But Daniels' errant pitchout on a second-down option play was picked up by UConn redshirt junior Dwayne Gratz (Piscataway, N.J.). UConn gave the ball back a few plays later when McCombs fumbled. But the Bulls failed to score, when a 46-yard field-goal attempt into the wind fell short. He also missed a 44-yarder in the third quarter that went wide left. Teggart's second field goal came just before halftime, a 46-yarder that capped a 15-play drive and made it 6-3. His third field-goal, a 28-yarder, cut the lead to 10-9, less than a minute before Martin and Jones teamed up for UConn's defensive score. The Husky offense has now gone two games without a touchdown. USF coach Skip Holtz had not been back to Connecticut since coaching the Huskies from 1994-1998. UConn was still a Division I-AA program then, and Holtz led the school to the Division I-AA playoffs in 1998, the school's first postseason appearance.

>> 2011 University of ConneCtiCUt football GaMe notes

RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 32 140 10 130 0 14 McCummings 4 18 0 18 0 14 Jean-Louis 2 9 0 9 0 5 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 23 13 0 103 0 22 McCummings 2 1 0 32 0 32 Receiving No. Yds TD LG I. Moore 5 48 0 18 Griffin 3 38 0 32 K. Moore 2 36 0 22 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 6 267 44.5 50 1 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 2-33 T. Brown 1-0 S. Moore 1-0 FieldGoalAttempts Teggart 1st 0:35 18 yds. Teggart 2nd 0:09 46 yds. Teggart 3rd 8:13 28 yds.

Good Good Good

Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Johnson 3-8-11 S. Moore 3-5-8 .5 1 T. Brown 1-7-8 1

USF INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Daniels 10 80 16 64 1 32 Scott 13 60 2 58 0 12 Murray 10 42 2 40 0 15 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG Daniels 27 15 2 164 0 23 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Griffin 5 63 0 22 Marc 5 50 0 23 Welch 1 16 0 16 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Brockhaus-Kann 3 134 44.7 55 1 Returns PR KOR INTR Landi 4-17 Shaw 2-97 Lamar 3-49 FieldGoalAttempts Bonani 1st 9:34 23 yds. Bonani 2nd 10:30 46 yds. Bonani 3rd 3:38 44 yds.

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Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Giddins 7-4-11 3.5 2 1 Lattimore 4-5-9 1.5 1 Young 6-2-8 1

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GAME#8•OCTOBER26,2011

20 CONNECTICUT

35 PITTSBURGH

HEINZFIELD •PITTSBURGH,PA. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 94 GRIFFIN LT 71 RYAN LG 69 GREENE C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 77 FRIEND QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS FB 39 HINKLEY WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 91 JOSEPH SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 15 JUNIOR S 40 T. BROWN CB 16 B. JONES

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(54)--1Jean-Louis,2Nebrich, 2 Stlouis, 9 Opoku, 10 Foxx, 11 McCummings, 13 Christen, 14 Abrams, 17 Driscoll, 20 Brandon, 21 Wilburn,25Agbor,29Mack,31Williams,34Kenney, 35Lopes,36Osiecki,38Kantor,38Teggart,41Steg, 47Frank,50Bullock,53Wirth,59Stephen,65Cruz,67 Mueller,81Manning,84T.Jones,85Davis,86Wagner, 89Delahunt,98Jennings

TEAMSTATISTICS UC PITT FIRSTDOWNS 20 27 Rushing 10 6 Passing 8 20 Penalty 2 1 Rushing Attempts 37 28 Yards Gained Rushing 154 132 Yards Lost Rushing 40 36 NETYARDSRUSHING 114 96 NETYARDSPASSING 202 433 Passes Attempted 34 43 Passes Completed 18 30 Had Intercepted 0 0 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS71 71 TOTALNETYARDS 316 529 Avg. Gain Per Play 4.57.5 Fumbles: No.-Lost 0-01-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. 4-258-70 No. of Punts-Yards 8-3446-264 Avg. Per Punt 43.044.0 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 2-363-15 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 6-1304-81 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 0-00-0 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 0-00-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 30:2329:37 3rd Down Conversions 3-142-10 4th Down Conversions 0-10-0

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UConn(3-5,1-2) 03 10 7 20 Pittsburgh(4-4,2-1)14 7 7 7 35  FIRSTQUARTER PITT-Tino Sunseri 8 run (Kevin Harper kick) 10:00 (8 plays, 84 yards, 2:18) PITT-Mike Shanahan 17 pass from Sunseri (Harper kick) 0:54 (7 plays, 62 yards, 2:56) SECONDQUARTER UC-Dave Teggart 40 field goal 7:17 (8 plays. 45 yards, 2:44) PITT-Zach Brown 3 run (Harper kick) 2:38 (4 plays, 68 yards, 1:15) THIRDQUARTER UC-Kashif Moore 62 pass from Johnny McEntee (Teggart kick) 11:35 (5 plays, 85 yards, 1:47) UC-Dave Teggart 31 field goal 4:08 (13 plays, 64 yards, 6:06) PITT-Shanahan 27 pass from Sunseri (Harper kick) 2:04 (5 plays, 82 yards, 2:04) FOURTHQUARTER PITT-Devin Street 14 pass from Ronald Jones (Harper kick) 3:22 (3 plays, 38 yards, 1:02) UC-Ryan Griffin 14 pass from McEntee (Teggart kick) 0:43 (8 plays, 71 yards, 2:39) Attendance-40,219 PITTSBURGH,Pa.-Quarterback Tino Sunseri was 29 of 42 in the air for a career-high 419 yards and two TDs to lead Pittsburgh to a 35-20 win over UConn. Pittsburgh outgained UConn in total yardage 529-316 on the night despite loosing Ray Graham, the country's second-leading rusher, on his second carry of the game. UConn junior quarterback Johnny McEntee (Fullerton, Calif.) struggled in the air as he was 17 of 33 for 193 yards and a two TDs. Redshirt freshman Lyle McCombs (Staten Island, N.Y.) enjoyed a productive night on the ground as he rushed 25 times for 124 yards. It marked the fifth 100-yard game of his eight-game collegiate career. Sunseri was also the top ground gainer for the Panthers with 12 carries for 40 yards and a TD. Zach Brown was Sunseri's favorite target of the night with 9 catches for 84 yards to go with 30 yards gained on the ground. Pittsburgh led 21-3 at halftime but the Huskies scored the first ten points of the second half to cut the Panther lead to 21-13 with 4:08 left in the third. Senior Kashif Moore (Burlington, N.J.) scored UConn's only TD of the night as McEntee found him wide open with 11:35 to go in the third for a 62yard score to make it 21-10. Moore finished the game with six receptions for 106 yards. UConn cut it to 21-13 on its next possession as senior Dave Teggart (Northborough, Mass.) hit a 31-yard field goal. It was Teggart's fifth game of the year with multiple field goals and the 19th of his career. That UConn drive began at its own 22 and the Huskies moved all the way to the Pitt 10-yard line for first and goal, but had to settle for the field goal. As it appeared the game might be turning the Huskies' way, Pittsburgh quickly came back after the field goal and moved the ball 82 yards on only five plays for a score that made it 28-13. The touchdown was scored on a 27-yard pass from Sunseri to Mike Shanahan. Ronald Jones replaced Sunseri late in the fourth quarter and led the Panthers on their fifth touchdown drive of the night as he found Devin Street for a 14-yard touchdown reception to cap a three play scoring drive. UConn got a one touchdown back with less than a minute to play as McEntee hooked up with junior tight end Ryan Griffin (Londonderry, N.H.) from 14 yards out to put the game at 35-20. Pittsburgh completely dominated the first half outgaining the Huskies in total yardage 321 to 80 and holding a 17-5 first down advantage. The Panthers scored on their first possession as they moved the ball 84 yard on eight plays in 2:18. Graham injured his leg on his second rush of the drive, but the Panthers did not flinch as they gained 51 yards on the next four plays for the score. Zach Brown had a three-yard rush for the 7-0 Pitt lead. Pittsburgh made it 14-0 on a 17-yard TD pass from Sunseri to Shanahan that capped a seven-play, 62-yard drive. Sunseri was a perfect five-for-five in that drive for 54 yards in that drive. UConn finally broke into the scoring column when Teggart hit a 40yarder with 7:17 left in the half to make it 14-3. Connecticut moved the ball effectively as it started on its own 32 and got the ball to first and ten on the Pitt 25, but could only get two yards from there to settle for the field goal.

RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 25 124 0 124 0 15 McCummings 3 23 0 23 0 9 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 33 17 0 193 2 62 McCummings 1 1 0 9 0 9 Receiving No. Yds TD LG K. Moore 6 106 1 62 Griffin 4 44 1 14 Delahunt 4 26 0 9 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 8 344 43.0 50 3 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 2-36 4-95 Mack 2-35 FieldGoalAttempts Teggart 2nd 7:17 40 yds. Teggart 2nd 3:53 49 yds. Teggart 3rd 4:08 31 yds.

Good Missed Good

Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF S. Moore 9-1-10 2 Johnson 5-4-9 Smallwood 3-4-7

PITTSBURGH INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Sunseri 12 73 33 40 1 22 Brown 12 33 3 30 1 11 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG Sunseri 42 29 0 419 2 40 R. Jones 1 1 0 14 1 14 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Brown 9 84 0 19 Street 5 70 1 21 Shanahan 4 76 2 27 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Yoklic 6 264 44.0 53 3 Returns PR KOR INTR R. Jones 2-13 Saddler 1-2 Jackson 3-63 Davis 1-18 FieldGoalAttempts Harper 2nd 10:01 49 yds. Harper 4th 5:19 55 yds.

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Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Holley 6-3-9 1 1 Gruder 5-4-9 Alecxih 3-3-6 1.5 1.5

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GAME#9•NOVEMBER5,2011

28 CONNECTICUT

21 SYRACUSE

RENTSCHLERFIELD •EASTHARTFORD,CONN. UCONNSTARTERS&PARTICIPANTS OFFENSIVESTARTERS WR 6 K. MOORE TE 94 GRIFFIN LT 71 RYAN LG 69 GREENE C 57 PETRUS RG 63 MASTERS RT 77 FRIEND QB 18 MCENTEE TB 43 MCCOMBS TE 89 DELAHUNT WR 83 I. MOORE

DEFENSIVESTARTERS DE 48 T. WILLIAMS DT 4 MARTIN DT 99 REYES DE 91 JOSEPH SLB 3 S. MOORE MLB 33 SMALLWOOD WLB 28 JOHNSON CB 7 GRATZ S 15 JUNIOR S 40 T. BROWN CB 16 B. JONES

TOTALPARTICIPANTS(50)--1Jean-Louis,2Stlouis, 9Opoku,11McCummings,13Christen,14Abrams,20 Brandon,21Wilburn,25Agbor,29Mack,31Williams, 34Kenney,36Osiecki,38Teggart,39Hinkley,41Steg, 47 Frank, 50 Bullock, 53 Wirth, 55 Williams, 59 Stephen,65Cruz,67Mueller,81Manning,84T.Jones, 85Davis,86Wagner,98Jennings

TEAMSTATISTICS SYRUC FIRSTDOWNS 22 18 Rushing 6 10 Passing 15 7 Penalty 1 1 Rushing Attempts 34 47 Yards Gained Rushing 114 243 Yards Lost Rushing 24 45 NETYARDSRUSHING 90 198 NETYARDSPASSING 275 113 Passes Attempted 39 14 Passes Completed 24 8 Had Intercepted 2 2 TOTALOFFENSIVEPLAYS73 61 TOTALNETYARDS 365 311 Avg. Gain Per Play 5.05.1 Fumbles: No.-Lost 1-14-3 Penalties: No.-Yds. 5-354-55 No. of Punts-Yards 5-1663-105 Avg. Per Punt 33.235.0 Punt Returns- No.-Yds. 1-61-5 Kickoff Returns: No.-Yds. 4-753-123 Interceptions: No.-Yds. 2-162-12 Fumble Returns: No.-Yds 1-00-0 Miscellaneous Yards 0 0 Possession Time 31:0528:55 3rd Down Conversions 7-143-8 4th Down Conversions 1-20-0

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Syracuse(5-4,1-3) 07 14 0 21 UConn(4-5,2-2) 70 7 1428  FIRSTQUARTER UC-John Delahunt 10 pass from Johnny McEntee (Dave Teggart kick) 13:38 (3 plays, 33 yards, 1:22) SECONDQUARTER SYR-Alec Lemon 20 pass from Ryan Nassib (Ross Krautman kick) 1:48 (4 plays, 40 yards, 1:26) THIRDQUARTER SYR-Nick Provo 6 pass from Nassib (Krautman kick) 10:31 (10 plays, 75 yards, 4:29) UC-Lyle McCombs 3 run (Teggart kick) 5:52 (9 plays, 60 yards, 4:39) SYR-Dorian Graham 7 run (Krautman kick) 2:42 (7 plays, 76 yards, 3:10) FOURTHQUARTER UC-Scotty McCummings 10 run (Teggart kick) 14:17 (7 plays, 55 yards, 3:25) UC-McCummings 7 run (Teggart kick) 4:51 (8 plays, 62 yards, 4:14) Attendance-38,769

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. - Redshirt freshman quarterback Scott McCummings (Natick, Mass.) ran for two touchdowns and classmate Lyle McCombs (Staten Island, N.Y.) added 152 yards rushing and a score to lead the University of Connecticut football team to a 28-21 win over Syracuse before a crowd of 38,769 at Rentschler Field. McCummings, who has spent the season coming in only occasionally as the Huskies option-style change-of-pace quarterback, took over the offense in the fourth quarter. He scored on a 10-yard keeper, then led UConn on an eight-play 62 yard drive, running the ball in from seven yards out for the winning score with just under five minutes to play. Ryan Nassib threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns for Syracuse, which failed for the second straight week to become bowl eligible. His fourthdown pass on the Orange's final drive was knocked down by senior defensive tackle Kendall Reyes (Nashua, N.H.) and UConn was able to run out the clock. Nassib also was picked off twice. Nick Provo had seven catches and a touchdown for the Orange, giving him 39 receptions for the season and breaking the school's single-season record for receptions by a tight end. Alec Lemon had nine receptions for 157 yards and a score. Provo's six-yard reception on the opening drive of the second half gave the Orange a 14-7 lead, and the teams went back-and-forth, scoring touchdowns on four consecutive possessions. McCombs tied the game at 14-14 on a three-yard pitch play, and Syracuse responded with a seven-yard reverse play from receiver Dorian Graham and led 21-14 after three quarters. That's when McCummings took over, keeping the ball on an option play and diving into the end zone at the end of a seven-yard run to tie the game at 21 a minute into the fourth quarter. He finished with 13 carries and 59 yards, and did't attempt a pass. UConn senior quarterback Johnny McEntee (Fullerton, Calif.) started the game and was 8-14 for 113 yards and a touchdown, but also threw two interceptions. He moved Connecticut inside the 30-yard line on their first five drives of the game, but came away with just seven points. Junior Nick Williams (East Windsor, N.J.) found a lane on the right side of the field and returned the opening kickoff to the Syracuse 33-yard line. Three plays later, McEntee found redshirt junior tight end John Delahunt (Ottawa, Ont.), who stretched the ball over the goal line for a 10-yard touchdown. It was the first time the Huskies had scored on an opening drive since their third game of season, September 16 against Iowa State. The Huskies had five first-half turnovers. Syracuse had two, including a fumble by Antwon Bailey on the team's first drive, which set UConn up on the Syracuse 27-yard line. But Syracuse’s Phillip Thomas intercepted McEntee two plays later. On the next Husky drive, McCombs took a toss sweep against an inside blitz by Syracuse, turned the corner and ran 63 yards. But McCummings fumbled the snap on the next play. McCombs also fumbled after the Huskies drove to the 26-yard line early in the second quarter. Syracuse broke through with just under two minutes left in the first half when Nassib found Lemon over the middle from 20-yards out to tie the score at 7-7. Chandler Jones forced two of the Huskies' fumbles and Thomas' second interception set up a 37-yard field goal attempt just before halftime. But Ross Krautman pulled it wide left.

>> 2011 University of ConneCtiCUt football GaMe notes

RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG McCombs 24 162 10 152 1 63 McCummings 13 70 11 59 2 11 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG McEntee 14 8 2 113 1 19 Receiving No. Yds TD LG I. Moore 4 72 0 19 K. Moore 1 15 0 15 Griffin 1 13 0 13 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Wagner 3 105 35.0 39 2 Returns PR KOR INTR N. Williams 1-5 3-123 Junior 1-12 S. Moore 1-0 FieldGoalAttempts None. Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF Smallwood 5-7-12 .5 .5 Gratz 5-3-8 Junior 5-2-7 1

SYRACUSE INDIVIDUALLEADERS RushingAtt Gain Lost Net TDLG Bailey 16 51 1 50 0 12 Graham 4 40 7 33 1 18 Passing Att Comp INT Yds TDLG Nassib 39 24 2 275 2 30 Receiving No. Yds TD LG Lemon 9 157 1 30 Provo 7 53 1 13 West 3 24 0 9 Punting No. YdsAVG LGIn20 Fisher 5 166 33.2 52 1 Returns PR KOR INTR Rene 1-6 P. Thomas 2-16 Kobena 4-75 FieldGoalAttempts Krautman 2nd 0:03 34 yds.

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Defense UT-AT-TTTFL S Int. CFRF P. Thomas 5-5-10 1 2 S. Thomas 4-3-7 Spruill 6-0-6 1


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