UConn Vs. Cincinnati: Huskies Lose to Bearcats 35-27

Despite outscoring the Bearcats 15 to zero in the fourth quarter, the Huskies' comeback attempt fell short as they lost their regular season finale to Cincinnati by a final of 35-27. The loss drops Connecticut to 5-7 on the season and officially eliminated them from bowl considerations. 

Quarterback, Johnny McEntee was a key figure for both teams today. He was responsible for the Huskies' big deficit early as he turned the ball over twice in the first half – both of which resulted in defensive touchdowns for the Bearcats. Then he nearly led an epic comeback in the fourth quarter, throwing two touchdowns and converting a two-point attempt. 

Both teams were sloppy with the football, turning the ball over three times a piece. The Huskies' turnovers just proved more costly. Both teams also racked up significant penalty yardage – 65 for the Huskies and 92 for the Bearcats.

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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