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UConn will be a trip down memory lane for Towson's Ambrose
08-22-2013 07:48 PM
Rob Ambrose was there for the climb. Of the endless stairs to the old press box at Memorial Stadium. Of the program’s path to relevance. Of the ball as it thundered off Dave Teggart’s foot and ran like a current through the Tampa night, eventually landing all of them in Glendale, the Fiesta Bowl, the BCS.
Rob Ambrose was there for it all, from the early days when his office was a trailer, all the way to the end when he went to work at the palatial Burton Family Complex that houses UConn football today.
“I have a lot of memories,” Ambrose was saying on the other end of the phone the other day, “and they’re all good.”
Ambrose, once the offensive coordinator under Randy Edsall at UConn, is coaching The Enemy now. He’s gone home again, back to his alma mater, Towson State, which just happens to be UConn’s opponent in the season opener next week at Rentschler Field.
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