Huskies edge Hoosiers in defensive battle
|Huskies edge Hoosiers in defensive battle|
Danny Lansanah returned an interception for a touchdown in the first quarter to set the tone for the game as Connecticut downed Indiana 14-7 at Memorial Stadium.
The Huskies were 1-point underdogs to win on the road, but the 21 points scored was well UNDER the posted total of 46.
D.J. Hernandez went 5-for-13 for only 27 yards and two interceptions, but Terry Caulley was a workhorse, running 32 times for 155 yards for the Huskies.
Blake Powers was 14-for-30 for 128 yards and a pick, and Andrew Means caught four balls for 49 yards for the Hoosiers.