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Heritage Sports Museum
The sights and sounds of more than 100 years of UConn athletic
competition come alive during a visit to the new Husky Heritage Sports
Museum. Surround yourself with the compelling images and remarkable
stories of UConn's winning
teams, determined coaches, and gifted
Located in the UConn Alumni Center in the heart of the main campus in
Storrs, the Husky Heritage Sports Museum is the ultimate multi-media
experience for reliving the triumphs of UConn athletics.
Experience the phenomenal growth and thrilling athletic achievements
that have made UConn Fans the home team for Huskymania.
Connecticut Head Coach Randy Edsall
A veteran of 21 years of major college coaching with
three years in the NFL, Edsall has tackled the challenge of bringing a
former NCAA Division I-AA team up to par with the BIG EAST in a six year
span head on. He has compiled an 18-31 career record in his fifth season
at UConn, including wins in seven of UConnís last eight games. He is 0-1
against Virginia Tech.
Immediately prior to becoming UConnís 27th head
coach on December 21, 1998, Edsall served as defensive coordinator at
Georgia Tech in 1998 under George OíLeary. Edsall began his coaching
career at his alma mater, Syracuse, from 1980-1990, working under Frank
Maloney and Dick McPherson in a variety of capacities. Amongst his
highlights at Syracuse was being a part of the 1987 team that went
undefeated at 11-0-1, tying Auburn, 16-16, in the Sugar Bowl. Edsall
moved on to Boston College where he coached defensive backs under Tom
Coughlin from 1991-93 before following Coughlin to the NFLís
Jacksonville Jaguars, staying on the First Coast through the 1997
season. Edsall is a native of Glen Rock, Pa., and graduated from
Susquehannock High School.