UConn Football Schedule 2012: Big East Releases Conference Schedule, UConn Schedule Complete

The Connecticut Huskies full football schedule was released on Tuesday. The Huskies will play seven games against teams that qualified for bowls last season.

The Big East Conference released its 2012 football schedule on Tuesday, completing the Connecticut Huskies 2012 football schedule.

UConn begins its non-conference slate with a border battle against the Massachusetts Minutemen on Aug. 30 and delves into Big East play on Saturday, Oct. 6 against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Overall, the Huskies play seven games against teams who qualified for bowls during the 2011 season.

The full 2012 UConn football schedule follows:

Thu., Aug. 30: Massachusetts

Sat., Sept. 8: North Carolina State

Sat., Sept. 15: at Maryland

Sat., Sept. 22: at Western Michigan

Sat., Sept. 29: Buffalo

Sat., Oct. 6: at RUTGERS

Sat., Oct. 13: TEMPLE

Fri., Oct. 19: at SYRACUSE (8 p.m., ESPN)

Sat., Nov. 3: at USF

Fri., Nov. 9: PITTSBURGH (8 p.m., ESPN2)

Sat., Nov. 24: at LOUISVILLE

Sat., Dec. 1: CINCINNATI (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2)

For more UConn Huskies football coverage, visit our team page or our blog, The UConn Blog.

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