Written and authored by College Football Expert Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for Football news and notes.
College Football Point Spread Predictions will make clients huge profits through the 2016-17 season. University of Connecticut head football coach Bob Diaco is coming off of a magnificent season at the New England-based institute.
The Huskies were 2-10 the season before but competed at a high level in the 2015 season.
UConn is known for its powerhouse basketball teams and has just been playing big time football for a short period.
Fans in the state believe everything is in place for the football program to become a powerhouse on the gridiron.
The Huskies compete with Boston College and Syracuse in the New England region. However, the program has started to hit the national recruiting scene.
The team gets Boston College and Syracuse of the Atlantic Coast Conference in their out of conference schedule this season.
Connecticut won’t sneak up on anybody this season. Opponents are aware of what they did in 2015.
The 2016-17 Connecticut Huskies offense has nowhere to go but up statistically.
The Uconn offense ranked 124th in the FBS last season and scored a little over seventeen points per contest.
The passing game and the rushing attack were both pathetic, to say the least.
Junior running back Arkeel Newsome is the best player on offense. The Ansonia, Connecticut native rushed for a team-high 792 yards with eight touchdowns.
Offensive Coordinator Frank Verducci will have junior signal caller Bryant Shirreffs under center.
Senior wideout Noel Thomas (719) receiving yards in 2015 is the primary target of the passing attack.
The Huskies did a good enough job on the recruiting trail this season and some freshmen will get some time on offense.
Four starters return on the offensive line, a unit that struggles mightily last season. The Huskies have some fight on offense and if they can score points, watch out AAC.
Co-Defensive Coordinators Vincent Brown and Anthony Poindexter did a great job with the Huskies last season on the defensive side of the football.
The Huskies ranked 15th nationally, allowing opponents just 19.5 points per contest in 2015.
Starting defensive tackle Foli Fatukasi, led the team with eight sacks anchors the line again in 2016. Defensive End Luke Carrezola is also going to be a force this season with the pass rush.
Brown and Poindexter have a unit of linebackers which are hard hitting a decent in pass coverage.
Florida State transfer E.J. Levenberry will be an instant starter. The secondary has talent, led by junior cornerback Jamar Summers, five interceptions last season.
Two more starting defensive backs return for the 2016 season.
Bovada list the 2016 Connecticut Huskies at 3,300 to win the American Athletic Conference Title.
Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2016 Connecticut Huskies will finish the season with a 6-6 record.
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