NEW ORLEANS, La. – It was an ugly game played in even uglier conditions. But at the end, the scoreboard looked pretty good to the visitors from Connecticut.
The UConn Huskies and the Tulane Green Wave played in a driving rainstorm for much of the afternoon, and the visiting Huskies eventually held on for a 7-3 victory – a score that reflected just how hard it was to function in the conditions. In the end, Tulane quarterback Tanner Lee completed just 13-of-40 passes for 106 yards, and it was his one completion to the other team – an interception by the Huskies’ Jamar Summers – that proved to be the difference. Summers returned the pick 67 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, and it would prove to be all the points UConn needed.
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