UConn must face UH's Greg Ward Jr. in rematch

UConn must face UH’s Greg Ward Jr. in rematch
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“He’s a much better passer than people are talking about,” Diaco said. "This guy can make all the throws. He has a pocket poise and presence. He’s not just scrambling to run. He sits in the pocket and delivers the ball down the field. He moves in the pocket and gives him time and space and delivers the ball down field.

UH has scored at least 33 points in every game this season and has been held scoreless in one of 16 quarters. The last three games have produced point totals of 42, 40 and 64.

And the other side:

Jeff Jacobs: Primetime Matchup With Houston Kicks Off Crucial Stretch For UConn Football

Houston is sure it belongs in the Big 12. Cincinnati is sure it belongs in the Big 12. The UConn football team’s job is knock some of the “sure” out of what many have painted as the two leading candidates. The Huskies don’t have to win at Houston, but they need to be in it as long as possible and not embarrass themselves. If the Huskies return home and beat Cincinnati, isn’t that an important message?

If 5 minutes of clock time is as long as possible, then mission accomplished.

Not so sure that they shouldn’t rest Gary Ward Jr.

Out of the entire team, I think Postma might be the most motivated guy to go out and stomp a hole in UCONN.

I have a feeling we’ll be seeing plenty of Postma in the 4th quarter.

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