UConn Huskies Football Tickets

The UCONN Huskies will begin play in the American Athletic Conference this season. Do they have what it takes to compete for the Conference Title? Check out all the games at Rentschler Field with our great selection of Connecticut Football tickets.

UConn Huskies Football vs Cincinnati Bearcats Football
Nov. 22, 2014
Saturday, TBD
East Hartford, CT
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It wasn’t that long ago that a 5-7 season for the Connecticut Huskies would have been a pretty good season, but that was before UConn had a four-year streak of bowl game appearances, highlighted by an appearance in the 2011 Fiesta Bowl against the Oklahoma Sooners. Following that magical BCS bowl game season, UConn took a bit of a step back under new head coach Paul Pasqualoni, as they showed promise at times but failed to deliver consistently during the season. But Pasqualoni brings with him a strong record of success at Syracuse and the UConn Huskies football roster is still among the best in the Big East. This team can challenge for the conference title this season, and you can be there to support them with Connecticut Huskies football tickets from GoTickets.

All the home games on the UConn Huskies football schedule will be played at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, and the facility is a huge improvement over the old Memorial Stadium in Storrs, which was nearly 50 years old and only had a seating capacity of about 16,000. When Rentschler opened in ’03 at a cost of nearly $100 million, it represented a big step forward for the UConn football program and certainly is part of the reason they have become a perennial bowl team. With a capacity of 40,000, that means there are now many more UConn football tickets available, but the stadium still sells out for big games and GoTickets is ready to help with great Rentschler Field seats for every game.

The Connecticut Huskies football schedule kicks off at home with a game against Towson and then UConn will have a tough non-conference game against Maryland. Things don’t get any easier as the Huskies will face the Michigan Wolverines in Week 3. Once the Big East Conference schedule gets underway, the Huskies will play host to South Florida Central Florida and the Louisville Cardinals. It is sure to be a scramble for the American Athletic Conference crown this season, and with a little improvement the Huskies could be right there in the mix. Make sure you are there all season long with UConn Huskies football tickets from GoTickets.

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