This week the Huskies will be on the road to face off against the South Florida Bulls this Friday night on a nationally televised game on ESPN.  Both teams boast 1-2 records with the Huskies losing to BYU 35-10 at home the opening week, defeating Stony Brook 19-16 on September 6th, and then falling to Boise State 38-21 last week.  Meanwhile, South Florida opened their season with a 36-31 victory against the Western Carolina Catamounts, but have since fallen to ACC foes Maryland and North Carolina State 24-17 and 49-17, respectively.

This will be the first road test for the Huskies and the fourth consecutive home game for the Bulls.  Currently, the average price for South Florida vs. UConn football tickets is $38 with a get-in price of $12, according to ticket data provided by Easy Seat. Connecticut fans located down in Florida can find some great bargains on ticket prices so make sure to come out and show your support for the Huskies in enemy territory.

Following this weekend’s road game, the Huskies will return home for a matchup against the Temple Owls.  It will be the only home game until November 1st when the Central Florida Knights come to town.  They will then rotate between road and home games for the remainder of the season, culminating in the home finale on December 6th against SMU.

Tickets for Temple vs. UConn are a little pricier than the road contest at South Florida with the average price currently at $50 on the secondary market and a get-in price of $19. That is the cheapest game remaining on the 2014 UConn football schedule and 36% cheaper than their home average this year which currently stands at $68.

The Huskies will look to get back to .500 this week before their date with Temple on the 27th.  If they can, expect a small uptick in ticket prices, but nothing too drastic.