- Associated Press - Monday, December 13, 2010

STORRS, CONN. (AP) - Randy Edsall says he likes his job at Connecticut and plans to stay as long as it remains fun.

Edsall has been mentioned as a candidate for numerous other major coaching jobs, including recent vacancies at Florida and Miami.

But, he says the “grass isn’t always greener.”

Edsall who has brought the Huskies from a Division I-AA program to this year’s Fiesta Bowl, said the program feels like one of his children.

After 12 years, he says there are still two goals on his list at UConn _ winning a BCS bowl game and winning a national championship.

He says the program is not at its destination yet, but has been on an incredible journey.

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