In their final game of the season, UConn football (3-8) travel to Cincinnati (3-8) with both teams looking to end 2017 on a positive note.
UConn has lost four straight while Cincinnati has dropped seven of their last eight.
Last week, UConn lost to Boston College 39-14 at Fenway Park.
"Big plays have hurt us all year long," said UConn coach Randy Edsall, via Associated Press. "We're not built to go three-and-out and use less than a minute and put our defense right back out there."
The team was able to have a cool experience of playing at the legendary baseball stadium.
"It was a cool experience that I'm sadly going to remember," said UConn defensive lineman Luke Carrezola. "You could tell by the Massachusetts kids that it was really cool."