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Topic - Michael Box
Connecticut coach Paul Pasqualoni walked off the football field after 2 1/2 hours of coaching his new team with a big smile on his face.
Connecticut linebacker Greg Lloyd Jr., who was expected to redshirt this season while recovering from a knee injury, is slated to start Saturday against Michigan.
But, he said there are some differences between Edsall and Paqualoni.
"That's what is making everybody better, is that it is an open competition and nothing is for certain," said Box, the only one of the four to see playing time last season. "Every day I've got to compete and do more than I ever had."