Found September 30, 2013 on College Spun:
Earlier this morning, it was announced by UConn that it’d be firing head football coach Paul Pasqualoni (and offensive line coach George DeLeone) following the squad’s first 0-4 start since the early 1990s. Huskies fans, many who have been calling for the move since the end of last season, have been cheering the decision. Apparently some of Pasqualoni’s players are as well. Jory Johnson started at linebacker for the Huskies every game in both 2011 and 2012. He made it clear how he felt about Coach P’s firing this morning: Finally “@hartfordcourant: BREAKING: UConn has fired football coach Paul Pasqualoni. Huskies are off to an 0-4 start this season” — JUICE (@JoryJohnson28) September 30, 2013 Apparently Johnson isn’t the only one who feels this way. Check out what The Daily Campus’ Tim Fontenault just tweeted out regarding the current players: A group of #UConn football players is in the Union right now. They don’t look like a group of guys whose coach just got fired. Look elated...

Pasqualoni fired at UConn

Connecticut football coach Paul Pasqualoni has been fired with the team off to an 0-4 start. Athletic director Warde Manuel made the announcement Monday, two days after the Huskies lost 41-12 at Buffalo. This was Pasqualoni's third season with the team. He finishes with a 10-18 record at UConn. An interim coach is to be announced at an afternoon news conference. Manuel said...

Paul Pasqualoni Fired as UConn’s Head Coach After Huskies’ 0-4 Start

After two disappointing 5-7 campaigns, Paul Pasqualoni entered the 2013 season needing to win to save his job. He didn’t. Pasqualoni was relieved of his duties as UConn’s head football coach, the university announced on its website, after the Huskies began the season 0-4. Offensive line coach George DeLeone was also dismissed. “I am making this change in our football coaching...

Paul Pasqualoni Fired as UConn Head Coach

After an 0-4 start that’s included losses to the  Buffalo and the FCS Towson, UConn has pulled the plug on Paul Pasqualoni after three seasons. Even though they almost pulled a miracle upset of Michigan, back to back 5-7 seasons were not good enough for the Huskies administration. Paul Pasqualoni has been fired as #UConnFootball coach. — Desmond Conner (@desmondconner) September...

Settle It: Who will UConn hire to replace Paul Pasqualoni as head coach?

Now that Paul Pasqualoni has been fired as head coach of the UConn Huskies, who should athletic director Warde Manuel hire as the new head coach?

Paul Pasqualoni Joins Lane Kiffin on the Scrap Heap

After 10 wins in three years, a season-opening home loss to Towson, and an 0-4 start capped with an embarrassing 41-12 loss at Buffalo, the Paul Pasqualoni experiment is finally over at Connecticut. We've been calling for this one for weeks, and after Saturday's showing it was clear to everyone following the Huskies that Pasqualoni's jig was up. Any goodwill he built...

DEVELOPING: UConn Fires Pasqualoni

Paul Pasqualoni has been fired as UConn football coach, as well as associate head coach and offensive line head coach George DeLeone in a busy day in Storrs... Two weeks ago, the Huskies were within a play here or there of upsetting a completely unmotivated Michigan team at Renschler Field. But when you lose to Buffalo in the spectacular fashion in which UConn did Saturday, 41...

BREAKING NEWS: UCONN fires head coach Paul Pasqualoni

ESPN reported that UCONN head coach Paul Pasqualoni has been fired after a 0-4 start to the season. Pasqualoni was just 10-18 record at UConn after taking over for Randy Edsall following the Huskies trip to the Fiesta Bowl. Pasqualoni led the Huskies to a pair of 5-7 seasons and a 33-18 loss to Division […]

UConn fires coach Paul Pasqualoni following loss to Buffalo

Following a blowout loss at the hands of Buffalo, the UConn Huskies have fired now-former coach Paul Pasqualoni.

Report: UConn Kiffin's Paul Pasqualoni

Paul Pasquoloni is out at UConn, per reports. Photo: Getty Images. We have not even flipped our calendars to October yet and we have not one, but two head coaching changes in college football. Connecticut has reportedly fired head coach Paul Pasqualoni, according to UConn beat reporter Desmond Connor. Paul Pasqualoni has been fired as #UConnFootball coach. — Desmond...

UConn Fires Paul Pasqualoni

After losing to Buffalo 41-12 on Saturday, UConn has fired coach Paul Pasqualoni. In three years with the Huskies, Pasqualoni was 10-18 and never...

Paul Pasqualoni Fired As Head Coach Of UConn

Heads are starting to roll. Over the weekend, USC fired head coach Lane Kiffin after a lackluster 3-2 start. Monday morning, UConn followed suit, letting go of both Paul Pasqualoni and offensive line coach George DeLeone, the school announced today via its website. AD Warde Manuel had this to say: “I am making this change in our football coaching staff now as we approach the conference...

The Connecticut Huskies Next Coach Could Be?

The UConn Huskies got off to one of the worst starts in school history and sit at 0-4.  Paul Pasqualoni was recently fired Monday after UConn lost 41-12 on Saturday. UConn lost to FCS school Towson, Maryland and a close  one to Michigan which could have very well saved Pasqualoni job. All three of those losses came at home and the worst was on the road 41-12 to rival Buffalo...

Paul Pasqualoni is an ex-UConn head football coach.

It looks like the Lane Kiffin firing at USC may have started a chain reaction in the coaching ranks. UConn has just fired its head football coach, Paul Pasqualoni. The school also fired offensive coordinator George DeLeone. The Huskies are 0-4 this season, and lost to Buffalo on Saturday 41-12.  Pasqualoni had an 10-28 record with UConn. That's a sad drop from a few years...
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