Blue-White Spring Game Saturday

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The Blue-White Spring Game is Saturday (noon) at Rentschler Field.

Admission and parking are free. No live TV coverage but that’s where Joe D., Bob Joyce with Ray Dunaway on WTIC 1080 AM come in. They’ll have full coverage and HuskyVision at will be live.

Of course we’ll have good coverage. Lots open at 9, gates 10:30… Have fun!


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6 thoughts on “Blue-White Spring Game Saturday

  1. Ron

    Is it me or would any other team remove their offensive coordinator, but retain him as the offensive line coach……

  2. John

    A total disappointment not even a spring game all I see is more of the same on the field bad, poor coached, football its time for Coach P and all the staff to go. U Conn should just get out of D1 football its just a waste of money for the school There was nothing shown at this whatever it was that makes me want to buy season tickets. Why waste money to watch the home team loss. Fire the AD fire the head football coach bring in someone with vision. The new logo is a flop hate it wont be buying season tickets.

  3. SideshowBOB

    This is total BS how does the University plan on selling this program if they can not put them on T.V. I mean there is not even a live feed on the UConn website but they have live feeds for football things that have nothing to do with a game so lame. Someone in marketing needs to get fired

    1. RST

      Live feed? You must be joking. They did not even announce the ball carriers, the QB’s, the receptions, the tacklers, the yardage gains, losses, the downs, nothing.

  4. RST

    Time to celebrate spring, the completion of spring practice, and closure of events in Boston. A moment of silence for those killed and injured in Boston would be appropriate, followed by a standing O for our emergency responders. We are New Englanders!!

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