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UConn brings back Edsall

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http://www.courant.com/sports/uconn-football/hc-randy-edsall-uconn-football-coach-1229-20161228-story.html

 

There is a lot of work to be done around the Burton Family Football Complex. The Huskies have had six consecutive losing seasons since Edsall left and are coming off a disastrous 2016 campaign. UConn lost its last six games, the final four by a ridiculous margin of 130-16, and statewide interest seemingly dipped to levels experienced only in the old Division I-AA days.

 

Edsall was replaced before the 2011 season by Paul Pasqualoni, who was fired four games into 2013 with a 10-18 record. And he now replaces Bob Diaco, fired Monday, who was 11-26 in three seasons.

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http://www.courant.com/sports/uconn-football/hc-randy-edsall-uconn-football-coach-1229-20161228-story.html

 

There is a lot of work to be done around the Burton Family Football Complex. The Huskies have had six consecutive losing seasons since Edsall left and are coming off a disastrous 2016 campaign. UConn lost its last six games, the final four by a ridiculous margin of 130-16, and statewide interest seemingly dipped to levels experienced only in the old Division I-AA days.

 

Edsall was replaced before the 2011 season by Paul Pasqualoni, who was fired four games into 2013 with a 10-18 record. And he now replaces Bob Diaco, fired Monday, who was 11-26 in three seasons.

Hopefully Maryland will schedule UCONN so they can get a couple easy wins. 

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With both Al Golden and Greg Schiano available, I'm surprised that UConn would bring back Randy Edsall. He left on bad terms, and his teams could never defeat ranked opponents.

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With both Al Golden and Greg Schiano available, I'm surprised that UConn would bring back Randy Edsall. He left on bad terms, and his teams could never defeat ranked opponents.

I learned a lot about his character when he walked out on UCONN without addressing his players.

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