22 November 2009

Well, as long as the future recruits' parents ignore the murder-outside-a-campus-dance part

From today's Hartford Courant's "On the Fly" column by John Altavilla:

"[University of Connecticut football coach] Randy Edsall's pregame interview with NBC's Alex Flanagan was the most important recruiting pitch he'll ever give, but no less significant than the halftime feature on Jazz Howard's death, which bathed campus, coach, and program in a most favorable light for future recruits."

1 comment:

  1. UCONN definately knows how to smooze the media eh? Nothing negative on campus ever ends up as a negative in the media... the death of a football player is a recruiting... and development windfall. Sheesh.