STORRS, Conn. (AP) Two more Connecticut players have ended their football careers because of health concerns. Their decisions were announced a week after starting quarterback Casey Cochran quit because of concussions.
The players are senior defensive end Angelo Pruitt and offensive lineman Bryan Paull, a little-used senior.
Coach Bob Diaco said Monday that Pruitt has a lower leg problem stemming from a genetic issue that caused him to miss the last two games. Paull has an undisclosed upper-body problem. He has not been with the team since the middle of training camp.