The Purdue Boilermakers head to UConn on Saturday looking to start the season 2-0. The Boilermakers knocked off Oregon State in their first game 30-21. It was a good start for Purdue who has struggled the last two years after an encouraging first year with Jeff Brohm at the helm.
Connecticut vs. Purdue College Football Week 2
- When: Saturday, September 11 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Where: Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field — East Hartford, Connecticut
- TV: CBS Sports Network
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Purdue vs UConn: Need to know
On the off chance that the Boilermakers win on Saturday, which they are tremendous top picks, it would be the first run through since 2007 that they began a football season 2-0. That year Purdue would begin the year 5-0 and finish the 8-5 with a bowl prevail upon Central Michigan.
While the start of the period has been a brilliant spot for Purdue, it has been the specific inverse for the UConn Huskies. UConn has been one of the most exceedingly terrible groups in FBS the most recent couple of years and this year has looked like a significant part of something similar.
The Huskies are as of now 0-2 in the wake of losing to FCS Holy Cross on Saturday. The misfortune provoked lead trainer Randy Edsall to declare his retirement at season’s end. After one day, however, Edsall and the school declared he would resign taking effect right now.
It was a weird two or three days for the Huskie program, yet it actually doesn’t change the way that they are not excellent at the present time. They might come out somewhat more enlivened to play well for break mentor Lou Spanos, however it most likely will not be sufficient.
TV: CBS Sports Network
ANNOUNCERS: Ed Cohen (play-by-play), Ross Tucker (color analyst), Tina Cervasio (sideline)
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