UConn Insider podcast: Breaking down a tumultuous offseason for UConn football

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Eh I don’t really buy it. Wisconsin and Iowa don’t exactly play exciting football. Fans go because they win. It doesn’t really matter if it’s 17-10 or 62-50. I’ve watched a number of really bad games that were shootouts in the last few years, and have seen a lot of great games that were defensive battles.
You can't compare us to Wisconsin or Iowa. Those fans are born and raised on those football schools. UConn is not even in the same universe when comparing. Iowa or Wisconsin could have down years and they would still out draw UConn because they live and breath Wisconsin, Iowa, Penn St, (insert Mid west/Southern school here).

I hate agreeing with a Cuse fan but exciting football will bring back fans.
 
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Exciting football against exciting teams will bring back sold-out games. Unless UConn is in the top 15, games against ECU, Tulane, Tulsa, etc. are going to be uphill battles to get anyone to come see.
 

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