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      Welcome to Connecticut: Michigan visits UConn

      Connecticut and its fans have been looking forward to Michigan playing on their home turf for several years.

      Now that the 15th-ranked Wolverines trip to Rentschler Field is here, the Huskies don't seem to be up for the challenge.

      UConn is trying to avoid its first 0-3 start since 2001 when it plays Michigan (3-0) on Saturday. The Huskies rank 103rd in the nation in total offense and have already lost at home to Maryland and Towson, an FCS school.

      Then again the Wolverines are coming off a close call against lowly Akron. Michigan needed a last-second goal line stand win 28-24.

      "It's just another program," UConn defensive back Ty-Meer Brown said. "I keep telling the guys, it's just another program. They have that, but they don't have an "S" on their chest."