1999 Connecticut Huskies football team

American college football team season

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1999 Connecticut Huskies football
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ConferenceAtlantic 10 Conference
Record4–7 (3–5 A–10)
Head coach
Offensive coordinatorDave Warner (1st season)
Defensive coordinatorMike Toop (1st season)
Home stadiumMemorial Stadium (16,200)
Seasons
← 1998
2000 →
1999 Atlantic 10 Conference football standings
Conf Overall
Team   W   L     W   L  
No. 13 James Madison +^   7 1     8 4  
No. 7 UMass +^   7 1     9 4  
No. 24 Villanova   6 2     7 4  
Delaware   5 3     7 4  
William & Mary   5 3     6 5  
Connecticut   3 5     4 7  
Maine   3 5     4 7  
New Hampshire   3 5     5 6  
Richmond   3 5     5 6  
Northeastern   1 7     2 9  
Rhode Island   1 7     1 10  
  • + – Conference co-champions
  • ^ – NCAA Division I-AA playoff participant
Rankings from The Sports Network poll

The 1999 Connecticut Huskies football team represented the University of Connecticut in the 1999 NCAA Division I-AA football season. This was Connecticut's final season competing at the NCAA Division I-AA level and as member of the Atlantic 10 Conference (A–10), as the program became an NCAA Division I-AA independent the following year. Led by Randy Edsall in his first year as head coach, Connecticut finished with season with an overall record of 4–7, tying for sixth place in the A-10 with a conference mark of 3–5.

Schedule

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendanceSource
September 47:00 pmat No. 12 Hofstra*No. 17L 17–569,381
September 111:30 pmat Kentucky*L 14–4563,879
September 187:00 pmBuffalo*CPTVW 23–012,547
September 251:00 pmat MaineFSNNEW 34–206,113
October 21:30 pmRhode Island
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Storrs, CT (rivalry)
W 20–911,769
October 161:30 pmVillanova
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Storrs, CT
L 45–48 3OT9,108[1]
October 233:00 pmat No. 11 James MadisonL 14–4812,500
October 301:30 pmRichmond
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Storrs, CT
L 21–289,731
November 61:00 pmNortheastern
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Storrs, CT
W 29–247,329
November 131:00 pmNew Hampshire
  • Memorial Stadium
  • Storrs, CT
L 18–437,286
November 2012:30 pmat No. 13 UMassL 20–623,876

References

  1. ^ "UConn can't stop Boden, Villanova". The Hartford Courant. October 19, 1999. Retrieved April 23, 2022 – via Newspapers.com.
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