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2005 University of Connecticut Football Media Guide

COVERS | CONNECTICUT FOOTBALL | 2005 PREVIEW | COACHING STAFF
2004 IN REVIEW | OPPONENTS | HISTORY | RECORDS
UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

NOTE: Due to NCAA regulations implemented in April of 2005, all media guides are now limited to 208 pages in length. For this reason, the 2005 UConn football media guide is 64 pages shorter than its 2004 edition while UConn's 2005-06  basketball guides will be condensed by 80 pages from their 2004-05 counterparts when they are released in October. In addition to cost-cutting, these measures were also installed by the NCAA to help level the playing field between larger and smaller schools and conferences for these recruiting materials. Last year, most football media guides at BCS schools were between 350-400 pages in length with Missouri leading the pack at 614 pages.

Section 1 - Covers

All Four Covers (1.15 M)

Front Cover - Rentschler Field & Co-Captains
Inside Front - Burton Family Football Complex
Inside Back - Shenkman Training Center
Back Cover - Seniors Mayne, Preston, Sowell and Williams

Section 2 - Conn. Football

Whole Section (2.05 M)

Introduction Page
The Rentschler Field Experience
A Bowl Winning Program
This is UConn
The Burton Family Football Complex
The Mark R. Shenkman Training Center
The BIG EAST Conference
Counseling Program
UConn and the National Football League
UConn Football Alumni
UConn Football in the Community
Strength and Conditioning
Sports Medicine
Equipment Services
UConn Football and Walk-Ons
Video Services
Coaching Alumni
Media Attention
Table of Contents
Quick Facts
 

Section 3 - 2005 Preview

Whole Section (1.67 M)

2005 Season Preview
Preseason Depth Chart
2005 Roster Breakdowns
Alphabetical Roster/Pronunciation Guide
Numerical Roster/Huskies By State
Player Profiles (Akers-Caulley)
Player Profiles (Ciaravino-Manga)
Player Profiles (Mayne-Stanback)
Player Profiles (Taylor-Young & Freshmen)

Section 4 - Coaching Staff

Whole Section (655K)

Head Coach Randy Edsall
Hank Hughes
Norries Wilson
Rob Ambrose
Lyndon Johnson
Scott Lakatos
Vinny Marino
Dave McMichael
Todd Orlando
Terry Richardson
Support Staff

Section 5 - 2004 Review

Whole Section (647K)

2004 Year In Review Notes
2004 Statistics
2004 Game Summaries

Section 6 - 2004 Opponents

Whole Section (261K)

Buffalo, Liberty, Georgia Tech
Army, Syracuse, Cincinnati
Rutgers, West Virginia, Pittsburgh
USF, Louisville, Opponent Series
Bowl Game Information

Section 7 - History

Whole Section (1.19 M)

Year-By-Year Record
All-Time Coaches' Records
All-Time Series Histories
All-Time Letterwinners
Historical Timeline
UConn and the NFL
All-Americans
All-Conference/ECAC Selections

Section 8 - Records

Whole Section (677K)

Individual Career Records
Year-By-Year Leaders
Individual Seasonal Records
Individual Single Game Records/Superlatives
100-Yard Performances
When Was the Last Time?
All-Time Return Touchdowns
Opponent Single Game Records
Team Single Game and Seasonal Records
Division I-A Era Records  

Section 9 - University

Whole Section (2.19 M)

The University of Connecticut
UCONN 2000/21st Century UCONN
President Dr. Philip E. Austin
Top 10 Reasons To Attend UConn
Prominent Alumni
The "State" of UConn
Close to Storrs
Storrs Center Project
Greater Hartford
2004-05 UConn Athletics Year In Review
Director of Athletics Jeff Hathaway
Division of Athletics Staff/Head Coaches
UConn Athletic History and Traditions
Rentschler Field
Athletic Facilities
J. Robert Donnelly Husky Sports Museum
The UConn Club
Radio Coverage
Television Coverage
Media Services


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