The UConn football program is an absolute mess on and off the field in  2021.

Head coach Randy Edsall after their Week 2 loss to Holy Cross, said he would resign at the end of the season only to step down the next day. Monday, it was reported the whole coaching staff was told they will not be returning next season and will be receiving a 6-month severance package.

The Huskies have not been any better on the field as they are 0-4, and most of the losses have been pretty lopsided.

They lost to Fresno State 45-0, followed by a 38-28 loss to FCS Holy Cross, got smashed by Purdue 49-0 and in their latest outing, the Huskies were beaten by Army 52-21.

UConn is an FBS independent, and they went independent following the 2019 season, leaving the AAC. The Huskies did not play in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Next up for UConn is MWC opponent Wyoming at 3:30 ET on CBSSN.

If you were wondering, UConn tips off against Central Connecticut  to open the college basketball season on November 9.