In case you haven’t heard (unlikely), there are some major power outages in Connecticut. And we’re not talking about UConn’s sputtering offense.
It was more of the same for the offensively-challenged Huskies on Wednesday. Add a poor defensive effort into the mix — that’s bad news for UConn Fans.
Coach Paul Pasqualoni says junior Johnny McEntee has clearly separated himself from the other two who had been competing for the position — freshman Michael Nebrich and redshirt freshman Scott McCummings.
UConn and Iowa State don’t often get to bask in the national football spotlight. Both want to make the most of the opportunity on Friday night, when the defending Big East co-champion Huskies play host to the Cyclones.
There’s nothing like a cross-country trip with your best bud. But you don’t have to tell UConn’s D.J. Shoemate and Johnny McEntee that.
You have to see it to believe it. Johnny McEntee, backup quarterback for the UConn Huskies, produced a trick-shot video that’s so unreal, it’s giving the bench-warmer a national following.