Connecticut Huskies Football Schedule in 2014
The Connecticut Huskies are ready to hit the field this season to
take on some of the best teams in the NCAA football ranks. This team features some truly talented players that are looking
to make their mark on the national landscape of the sport. The Huskies had a bit of a rough season in their first year in
the AAC, notching a 3-9 overall record and a 3-5 mark in AAC play. The AAC is filled with quality teams, and the Huskies are
looking to make their presence felt within the league right away. Wide Receiver Geremy Davis will look to have a stellar senior
year in 2014 coming off a remarkable 2013 campaign that saw him catch 71 passes for 1,085 yards and 3 touchdowns. Highly regarded
recruit running back Ron Johnson should be able to have a big impact on the Huskies offense right away and the Huskies may
just have enough talent to build on the three straight wins that closed out the 2013 season and make a serious charge up the
In 2014 the Connecticut Huskies football team is ready to run wild all over their new conference, the
American Athletic Conference. The Huskies made the move from the Big East to the AAC recently, and are still out to prove
that they're one of the best teams in their new conference. The Huskies have a ton of fantastic match ups on their home schedule
this season, and fans are clamoring to get into Rentschler Field to see some exciting football action.
The 2014 season
gets off to a tough start immediately when the BYU Cougars come to Rentschler Field to battle the Huskies. The Cougars always
have a good squad and if UCONN is to get off to a better start this season they will need all of the fan support they can
get for this home game. Another big time game comes to Storrs when the Boise State Broncos of the Mountain West Conference
take on the Huskies at Rentschler Field. There are plenty of great games at Rentschler Field this year so take a look at the
home schedule on StubHub to see when you can head out to support the Huskies.
Connecticut Huskies Football History
Connecticut Huskies are a Division I football program in the NCAA ranks. The Connecticut Huskies have a long football tradition
that dates all the way back to 1896. The Huskies have put together many a memorable season as a member of a multitude of conferences
over the years, and the fans of this team expect excellence every year. The Huskies have won an astounding 26 conference titles
throughout their history, showing a consistency that is difficult to maintain in the competitive realm of college football.
The Huskies have been to five bowl games thus far, and they've come out on top in three of those contests. The team is looking
to add to their rich history with a banner season.
Being there in the stands for a big
college football game as an incredible experience that college football fans from all over the country strive to be a part
of on a regular basis. If you've never been out to a big-tome college football contest, then this is the year to change that,
and you can do so by heading out to Rentschler Field for a Huskies game. The Huskies have some of the most impressive amateur
athletes that you'll ever lay eyes on. The atmosphere at a game featuring the Huskies is always electric, and you can see
that for yourself this season by getting out to a big matchup. Don't let the opportunity pass you by.
Huskies Football Trivia
What was the first conference that the Connecticut Huskies football team belonged to?
answer is the Athletic League of New England State Colleges. The Huskies participated in that league from 1897 to 1922. Since
then the Huskies have been a part of a multitude of different conferences, but since 2013 they've been a member of the American
Connecticut Huskies Football Fans
Fans of Connecticut Huskies football are some of
the most passionate you'll find in the sport of college pigskin, and that is most evident when the Huskies are taking on a
conference rival. The American Athletic Conference (AAC) is one of the better football conferences in the nation each and
every season. The AAC features such programs as the Central Florida Knights, Cincinnati Bearcats, Connecticut Huskies, Houston
Cougars, Louisville Cardinals, Memphis Tigers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, South Florida Bulls, Temple Owls and South Methodist
Mustangs. This conference is extremely competitive on an annual basis, and often boasts some of the most talented players
in the NCAA ranks. When one of those teams comes to battle it out with the Huskies, you're going to want to be there alongside
the biggest fans of the football program.