List of Connecticut Huskies football seasons

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The Connecticut Huskies college football team competes as part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, representing the University of Connecticut in the American Athletic Conference. The Huskies have played their home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut since 2003. From 1953 through 2002, the team played home games at Memorial Stadium on campus in Storrs, Connecticut. The Huskies have recorded 26 conference championships, and have played in 6 Bowl Games, winning 3.[1] Connecticut made one appearance in the Division I-AA (now FCS) playoffs, in 1998.[2]

Seasons[edit]

National Champions Conference Champions * Division Champions Postseason berth ^
Season Head coach Conference Season results Postseason result Final ranking
Conf.
finish
W L T AP Poll Coaches
Connecticut Huskies football seasons
1896 None Independent 5 3 0
1897 Athletic League of New England State Colleges 5 2 0
1898 E. S. Mansfield 0 3 0
1899 T. D. Knowles 6 2 0
1900 4 3 1
1901* 1st* 8 2 0
1902 Edwin O. Smith 4 3 0
1903 3 5 0
1904 5 3 1
1905 2 2 0
1906 George E. Lamson 2 4 0
1907 2 5 0
1908 W. F. Madden 4 3 1
1909 S. F. G. McLean 3 5 0
1910 M. F. Claffey 1 5 1
1911 Leo Hafford 0 5 0
1912 A. J. Sharadin 3 3 0
1913 P. T. Brady 5 3 0
1914 Dave Warner 3 0 0
1915 John F. Donahue 1 7 0
1916 1 7 0
1917 No team
1918 No team
1919 Roy J. Guyer Athletic League of New England State Colleges 2 6 0
1920 Ross Swartz 1 6 1
1921 J. Wilder Tasker 3 2 3
1922 2 6 1
1923 Sumner Dole New England Conference 3 4 1
1924* 1st* 6 0 2
1925 3 5 1
1926* 1st* 7 1 0
1927 5 4 0
1928* 1st* 4 1 3
1929 4 4 0
1930 1 5 1
1931 2 3 3
1932 0 6 2
1933 1 6 1
1934 J. Orlean Christian 1 7 0
1935 2 4 1
1936* 1st* 7 2 0
1937* 1st* 6 2 1
1938 4 3 0
1939 5 3 0
1940 4 4 0
1941 2 6 0
1942* 1st* 6 2 0
1943 No team
1944 J. Orlean Christian New England Conference 7 1 0
1945* 1st* 7 1 0
1946 4 3 1
1947 Yankee Conference 4 4 0
1948 3 5 0
1949* T-1st* 4 4 1
1950 Arthur Valpey 3 5 0
1951 4 4 0
1952* Robert Ingalls T-1st* 5 3 0
1953 3 4 0
1954 1 8 0
1955 4 4 0
1956* 1st* 6 2 1
1957* T-1st* 5 4 1
1958* 1st* 7 3 0
1959* 1st* 6 3 0
1960* T-1st* 5 4 0
1961 2 7 0
1962 3 6 0
1963 2 6 0
1964 Rick Forzano 4 4 1
1965 3 6 0
1966 John Toner 2 6 1
1967 5 4 0
1968* T-1st* 4 6 0
1969 5 4 0
1970* 1st* 4 4 2
1971* Robert Casciola T-1st* 5 3 1
1972 4 5 0
1973* Larry Naviaux 1st* 8 2 1
1974 4 6 0
1975 4 7 0
1976 2 9 0
1977 Walt Nadzak 1 10 0
1978 2nd 4 7 0
1979 3rd 3 6 2
1980 3rd 7 3 0
1981 5th 4 7 0
1982* T-1st* 5 6 0
1983* Tom Jackson T-1st* 5 6 0
1984 5th 3 8
1985 5th 4 5
1986* T-1st* 8 3
1987 3rd 7 4
1988 3rd 7 4
1989* T-1st* 8 3
1990 4th 6 5
1991 8th 3 8
1992 6th 5 6
1993 3rd (New England) 6 5
1994 Skip Holtz 3rd (New England) 4 7
1995 2nd (New England) 8 3
1996 4th (New England) 5 6
1997 Atlantic 10 Conference 2nd (New England) 7 4
1998 1st (New England)‡ 10 3 Quarterfinals
1999 Randy Edsall 6th 4 7
2000 Independent 3 8
2001 2 9
2002 6 6
2003 9 3
2004^ Big East Conference 5th 8 4 Won Motor City Bowl against Toledo 39–10
2005 7th 5 6
2006 7th 4 8
2007*^ T-1st* 9 4 Lost Meineke Car Car Bowl against Wake Forest 10–24
2008^ 5th 8 5 Won International Bowl against Buffalo 38–20
2009^ 5th 8 5 Won PapaJohns.com Bowl against South Carolina 20–7
2010*^ T-1st* 8 5 Lost Fiesta Bowl against Oklahoma 20–48
2011 Paul Pasqualoni 6th 5 7
2012 6th 5 7
2013 Paul Pasqualoni/T. J. Weist[a] American Athletic Conference 7th 3 9
2014 Bob Diaco 10th 2 10
2015^ T–3rd (East) 6 7 Lost St. Petersburg Bowl against Marshall 10–16
2016 T–4th (East) 3 9
2017 Randy Edsall T–4th (East) 3 9

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Paul Pasqualoni was fired after five games during the 2013 season, and replaced by interim head coach T. J. Weist for the remainder of the season.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Team-by-Team Bowl Results" (pdf). Bowl/All-Star Game Results. National Collegiate Athletic Association. 2014. p. 19. Retrieved 26 August 2015. 
  2. ^ 2015 UConn Football Media Guide (PDF). UConn Huskies. p. 116. Retrieved 26 August 2015.