UConn Vs. Cincinnati: Huskies Trail Bearcats 35-12 After Three

At 5-6 UConn's bowl hopes are in serious jeopardy as they trail the Cincinnati Bearcats 35-12 after three quarters of play, still in search for the sixth win required to become bowl eligible. Today's game was the Huskies' final chance to win game number six, as they're about to play in their final quarter of the regular season.

Through three quarters the gameplay has been sloppy, with many penalties and turnovers for each team. Husky quarterback, Johnny McEntee is responsible for two defensive touchdowns allowed – one off an interception and the other because of a sack-fumble. McEntee is 12 for 29 for 152 yards through three.

The fourth of the game can be seen on ESPN and ESPN3. Connecticut will begin the final period with possession of the football. 

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Connecticut Huskies blog The UConn Blog. Here’s the complete Week 14 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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