Cody Endres

UConn Huskies #12 - Quarterback

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Football Camp Opens With Healthy QB Competition


Bryant Shirreffs is No. 1 on the depth chart entering preseason camp. Can Tim Boyle or Garrett Anderson overtake him?

UConn vs. Buffalo: Series History


A look at how UConn has fared against Buffalo in seasons past.

Another offensive coordinator search?


Speculation is that Dave Brock may leave Rutgers after one season.

The King of Terrible


UConn football is pretty much screwed this year

Football Preview Weekish: Quarterbacks


As part of TheUConnBlog’s 2011 Football Preview Weekish, we’re counting down the days until the Huskies' season opener against Fordham on Sept. 1. Today, we take a look at the quarterbacks. This...

Who The Heck Is Pitt Playing: UConn Edition


A Preview of the 2011 Connecticut Huskies

Best and Worst Big East Positive Impact Factor Performances in 2010


The Positive Impact Factor looks at the five best and worst performances of Big East quarterbacks during the 2010 season.

2010 Big East Team Offensive Positive Impact Factor


Here's how the Big East teams as a whole stacked up on offense using the Positive Impact Factor

2011 Season Preview: Conservative Choices And The Connecticut Huskies

A look at the 2011 Connecticut Huskies football team. Paul Pasqualoni takes over a team with experience in the trenches and a lack thereof in the offensive backfield.

Predicting 2011's Best College Quarterback


We use last year's QB performances to predict the most efficient college QB for the 2011 season. We also rank every QB in every conference based on our predictions: how will your favorite QB do?

The Ultimate Adjusted Yards Per Attempt Rating, Part I: Ranking the 2010 Quarterbacks


We ran Pro Football Reference's Ultimate Adjusted Yards per Attempt metric to determine college football's most efficient quarterback in 2010. How did your favorite quarterback score?

Recomputing 2010 College Football Quarterback Efficiency Ratings


Sports economist David Berri believes the traditional quarterback efficiency rating is a flawed statistic and instead advocates the QB Score. We at the California Golden Blogs calculated that score...