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The University of Connecticut Huskies fielded its first football team in 1896. The program was a perennial conference championship contender first in the New England Athletic Conference and then the Yankee Conference. UConn made its first Div I-AA playoffs in 1998 in its 100th season, and 1999 won its first game against a Div I-A team, beating Buffalo 23-0. The UConn Huskies would beat a Big East team for the first time in 2001, and play their first bowl game in 2004, where they routed Mid-American Conference Champs Toledo 39-10 in the Motor City Bowl in Detroit behind the leadership of MVP Quarterback Dan Orlovsky. This gradual success is recognized as the fastest progression from Div I-AA to Div I-A in college football history. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for UConn Huskies football tickets.

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2018 UConn Season Preview

This is not an easy one to preview. The UConn Huskies might have had one of the more, inept offenses in college football last year. Averaging under a laughable 15 points per game, head coach Randy Edsall has decided to take this Huskies squad up-tempo. Well, what more can we say than good luck, as any kind of tempo, accelerated in nature, will be warmly welcome. The are some questions at QB for Connecticut, namely who will be playing said position. Running back Arkeel Newsome is shifty with the ability to excel behind a decent line. But alas, the line needs help after failing to run for 200 plus yards against any FBS last year. To get a better sense, the Huskies averaged 4 yards per play versus Maine. Maine, ladies and gentlemen. Defensive coordinator Billy Crocker is new in town, a transplant from Villanova and known for stout defenses. He will have his work cut out, but should some improvements take shape, this could be a .500 year for UConn. Anything over that would be a miracle. Whether you are planning on cheering on Connecticut at Rentschler Field or supporting the Huskies on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Connecticut Huskies tickets, including home and away games.

UConn Huskies Football at Rentschler Field

Address: 615 Silver Ln, East Hartford, Connecticut, 06118

The Connecticut Huskies play their home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut. The stadium holds 40,000 spectators and was opened in 2003. It was designed to be expandable, and with UConn’s recent success will likely hold more in the future. A game at Renschler Field is an unforgettable experience. Witnessing the rabid fans of such a growing program support their team makes it nearly impossible not to root with them. The UConn Huskies home bench is on the Rentschler Field sideline with sections 117-125. Rentschler Field parking information is covered in our Huskies event guide.

Rentschler Field Seating Chart

UConn Huskies Rivals

Connecticut vs. Rutgers

Despite lacking the historical moments of some of the other major college football rivalries, this series has quietly been one of the hardest fought since 2000. In that period the game has been decided by less than 6 points over 5 times, it has seen missed last-second field goals, unbelievable touchdown catches, and developed into a thrilling back and forth battle that is among the best in the Northeast.

Connecticut Huskies in the College Football Playoff and Bowl Games

The boys from the Big East are one of the most recent programs to join the Division 1-A system (joined in 2002) but have definitely made a splash since their introduction. Becoming a member of the Big East in 2004, the UConn Huskies have won the Big East Conference Title more than once as well as a few bowl games along the way. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games.

UConn Huskies Football Event Guide

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What time do the gates open prior to a Connecticut Huskies home game?

Gates to Rentscheler Field open 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Also, there is no re-entry into Rentschler Field so be sure to bring everything you need as you will not be readmitted once you leave.

Where can I park at Rentschler Stadium?

The parking lot open 4 hours prior to the start of the game. The best gameday parking for non-parking pass holders is south and west of the stadium in the red or game day lots. The closest of these is off of Airport Ave. just north of Hobbs road but arrive early as this lot will fill up first. The parking fees are $30 for buses, $25 for RV’s and $15 for cars. Note: All parking lots close 2 hours after the event.

What is the best place to sit for a Connecticut Huskies football game?

Sections 138 through 104 are closest to the field and run parallel to the visitor sidelines. Premium sections with seat backs are located in sections: 141, 100, 101, 120, 121 & 122 of the lower bowl and in sections 242, 200, 201, 223, 224 and 225 of the upper bowl.

What is the best gameday tradition at a Huskies football home game?

The HuskyWalk is a recent tradition where the players get off their bus and walk through a crowd of fans to get hyped up one their way to stadium before the game.

Connecticut Huskies Football Preview History

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2015 Connecticut Football Preview

UCONN struggled through most of last season, only pulling out two victories over the course of the season. Despite these struggles, the Huskies enter 2015 with optimism of being about to reach a bowl game. Bryant Shireffs will take over as the signal caller for a young Huskies offense that features only two senior starters. The UCONN offense will most likely experience some bumps early in the season, but has the talent to be a much improved unit over a season ago. On the other side of the ball, the Huskies 2015 defense will be one of the most experienced in the AAC. 5 seniors are slated to start for the Huskies defense, with Kenton Adeyemi, and Julian Campenni headlining what should be a fantastic defensive line. Look for the Connecticut Huskies to be one of the surprise teams in the AAC in 2015.

2014 Connecticut Football Preview

An interim head coach, 9 consecutive losses to open the season, and no bowl game for the 3rd straight year. These are all things that Connecticut Huskies football fans would like to forget about the 2013 season. Coming into 2014 there is a fresh air around the Huskies program. The hiring of now head coach Bob Diaco has brought a wave of excitement as he looks to turn the Huskies into one of the premier defensive teams in the AAC. In his first season as head coach he will have plenty of defensive talent as he inherits a squad that will start 9 upperclassmen, headlined by senior cornerback Byron Jones. UConn’s offense will have plenty of experience as well as senior Chandler Whitmer returns along with dangerous receiver and team leader Geremy Davis. Playing in the AAC, Connecticut always has an exciting schedule and despite the tough competition, they have a good chance to be bowl eligible for the first time since 2010. Games to look for will be September 27th against Temple, November 22nd against Cincinnati, and the season finale, December 6th against SMU.

2013 Connecticut Football Preview

After finishing 5-7 in back-to-back seasons, the Connecticut Huskies have retooled their coaching staff. Head coach Paul Pasqualoni returns, but he has brought in a new offensive and defensive coordinator to a program that he took over two seasons ago. The Huskies will have to replace four of their top players on defense after their departure to the NFL and the offense will need improve dramatically after finishing 118th in college football in scoring. Junior running back Lyle McCombs remains the catalyst for the Huskies’ offense and will be looked to once again to carry the team after eclipsing 2,000 yards through his first two seasons. Connecticut will host Maryland, Michigan, and Rutgers in 2013 in what is shaping up to be a huge season for Pasqualoni.

2011 Connecticut Football Preview

Connecticut made a surprise run to the Fiesta Bowl last season after winning a share of the Big East title. However, in light of the departure of star running back Jordan Todman and head coach Randy Edsall, the Huskies may have a tough time returning to a BCS bowl this year. However, with a solid core of players and an experienced new coach, they will still be in the mix in the conference in 2011.

Replacing Todman will be hard to do, but the Huskies will rely primarily on D.J. Shoemate, who saw limited time last year after transferring from USC. It might be especially more difficult given the uncertainty at the quarterback position, as UConn will likely turn to sophomore Mike Box, who has yet to prove himself.

With the effectiveness of the offense in question, the defense will have to carry the team. That should not be a problem as the Huskies feature a slew of talented returning players. Kendall Reyes and Twyon Martin will anchor a solid defensive line, while cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson, along with safety Jerome Junior, will pace an experienced secondary.

2010 Connecticut Football Preview

In their final game of the 2009-2010 season the UCONN Huskies trounced South Carolina by a score of 20-7 in the PapaJohns.com Bowl. Entering 2010, the team will try to carry that bowl game momentum to improve their standing in the Big East Conference.

Last season, the Huskies finished fifth in the Conference, posing a respectable 8-5 overall record. But the team will need to win more games within the Big East if they are to return to the top of the league. In 2007, UCONN shared a Big East Conference title with West Virginia and won an invitation to the Meineke Car Care Bowl.

The team will be without star wide receiver Marcus Easley, who was drafted into the NFL by the Buffalo Bills. However, the Huskies find themselves in a rare but fortunate situation as they prepare for the season: they have two competent quarterbacks to lead their team. It looks like the starting job will belong to Zach Frazer, who threw for 1,461 yards and 10 touchdowns last season. But Cody Endres, who posted a 145 QB efficiency rating in 2009, will be waiting in the wings.

2009 Connecticut Football Preview

Connecticut has always been known as a basketball school, with top programs in both men's and women's hoops. But UConn football Coach Randy Edsall has built a program that one day could rival the success of their basketball teams. Edsall and his Huskies squad are riding high heading into the 2009 season, after their first bowl win in 5 years. If Connecticut can retool its running game and get their defense playing lights out, then look for the Huskies to once again be one of the top football teams in the Big East Conference.

2008 Connecticut Football Preview

The University of Connecticut Huskies football team is rapidly becoming a Division IA team to be taken seriously. Making an appearance in the top 25 in 2007, the team looks poised to become a tough Big East competitor. UConn made its Division IA debut as an independent in 2000, and then joined the Big East Conference in 2004. Every year the team improves upon the previous year. Every season sets new school records. The UConn Huskies are a team to watch.