UConn goes on the road to face what looks to be an improving Buffalo squad. The Huskies are 1-2 SU and 0-3 ATS and should not be trusted in this price range considering their ongoing quarterback situation. Head coach Paul Pasqualoni remains married to his
which has produced only 40.6% completions, two touchdowns and five interceptions. UConn won last year's meeting in Storrs, 45-21. The Bulls actually had more first downs and were outgained by only 35 yards but four interceptions, including two for pick sixes, gave them little chance.
"We're going to have the three quarterbacks ready again. My sense is we'll make a decision on exactly which way we go by the end of the week, but all three will be up, all three will be ready to play. I think all three are capable. Again I'm optimistic. I'm excited about the three of them. I think what we all have to remember is that these concepts that we're into offensively and defensively are still new to these guys. I think all three are learning the system. It's not a system anyone would learn in three games. They have each had moments where they've really good and they've each had ones where they've just flat out missed it. I'm not ready to declare who the guy is until one of them really steps up to the plate. It just hasn't happened yet."