Through the first two games of the season, we've seen how good the UConn Huskies defense is. On the other hand, the offense has been so-so.
But when a big offensive drive was needed on Saturday afternoon, the UConn offense came up with a big score as the defense held off the Maryland Terrapins late to win 24-21 in the Edsall Bowl at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.
With the win, the Huskies improve to 2-1 on the young season with former UConn head coach Randy Edsall's squad also at 2-1.
Maryland had just cut the score in the game to 17-14 early in the 4th quarter when the offense decided it would move the ball. They ended up going 76 yards on 10 plays eating up just over six minutes on the clock as well. UConn also did it mostly with the wildcat something us fans would rather not see.
But we know for a fact that Edsall coached teams have struggled with running quarterbacks so it was nice to see that hasn't changed. The big play of the drive though was a third dow...