Posted September 11, 2012 on connecticut.scout.com
STORRS – Former Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall on Tuesday apologized for the abrupt manner in which he departed the program in January 2011 when, hours after losing to Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, he accepted the head coaching job at Maryland.
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