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Edsall says after building UConn, he wants to stay

Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall said Monday that he is not looking for any other job.Edsall, who has led Connecticut to an 8-4 record and a berth in the Fiesta Bowl, has been mentioned as a candidate for numerous other major coaching positions, including recent vacancies at Minnesota, Florida and Miami.He refused to say whether he interviewed anywhere else, but said he is happy in his 12th year at UConn, which he built from a Division I-AA program to a two-time Big East conference co-champion. It is the first school in New England invited to a BCS bowl."We built something here from the ground floor, from scratch in my opinion, and there is a certain pride that you take in molding and developing and raising a child," he said. "And that's what we've done, we've raised a child here."Edsall was lauded last season for keeping the Huskies together after the stabbing death of cornerback Jasper Howard, and was considered a hot commodity after the team finished with four straight wins, ...

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  4. Maryland stays local for 1st bowl appearance since 2010, will play Marshall in Military Bowl

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