For the second straight year, the UConn Huskies football team had no answers for Alex Carder and the Western Michigan Broncos passing attack. But in the end, it was a huge turnover that cost the Huskies a chance for a win.
Desmond Bozeman's 53 yard fumble recovery for a touchdown turned out to be the difference as the Broncos beat the Huskies 30-24 in front of 10,328 at Waldo Stadium in Kalamazoo, MI on Saturday afternoon.
With the loss, the Huskies fall to 2-2 while the Broncos improve to 2-2. It's the second straight year, Western Michigan has beaten UConn.
The problem all season long for the Huskies has been the offense and the inability of the offensive line to block. The strong part had been the defense.
On Saturday, it was inability of the offensive line to block in the first half and the fact that Carder was carving up the UConn defense.
I have said in the past that the UConn defense wasn't going to be able to carry this team all year and that was the case.
Last year ...