College Football 2010 Preseason Predi...

College Football 2010 Preseason Predictions: UConn Will Win at Big House

There are 2 comments on the BleacherReport story from Jul 18, 2010, titled College Football 2010 Preseason Predictions: UConn Will Win at Big House. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

The 2010 UConn Football squad is focused on one main goal, winning each and every game one step at a time.

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Windsor, Canada

#1 Jul 18, 2010
Best laugh Ive had in days
M grad and UConn dad

Boston, MA

#2 Aug 10, 2010
"He who laughs last...."
Ask Notre Dame or Spurrier. UConn did not lose a single game last year by more than 6 points. They dealt successfully with the tragedy of a player being murdered. Also, they have an excellent coach.
How has M been doing? Well, they did beat the Hoosiers in conference last year!
Laugh while you still can, but given the last 2 seasons in Ann Arbor, my advice would be to put a sock in it for a few weeks.

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