Huskies searching for Orlovsky's replacement
Originally Published: March 25, 2005By Joe Bendel | Special to ESPN.com
How do you fill the shoes of a Connecticut icon, a golden-armed quarterback who racked up 10,706 career passing yards and 84 touchdowns during four wondrous seasons?
Connecticut coach Randy Edsall is about to find out, as he closely evaluates junior Matt Bonislawski and redshirt freshman D.J. Hernandez in search of Dan Orlovsky's successor. Suffice to say, spring ball 2005, which opened last week, should be more interesting than Jose Canseco's memoirs.
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