Wednesday, September 10, 2003
When the UConn Huskies take the field Saturday against Boston College, it will have a special meaning for Westporters Sean Mulcahy and Dave Kashetta.
Mulcahy, UConns defensive tackle, could line up against Kashetta, BCҒs backup tight end. Both are Staples 2000 grads and starred for the Wreckers in their high school years.
I don’t have any brothers, so I consider him a brother,Ӕ Mulcahy told The Day of New London. I’ve known him since I was 6. We talk two or three times a week and every time we’re home we hang out together.Ӕ
The AP reported that the game at UConn’s new Rentschler Field in East Hartford is a sellout with online brokers asking up to $600 for a seat.
“Wow, that’s kind of ridiculous for a college football game,” Mulcahy told the AP. “Hey, but it’s sold out and people are enjoying it. That’s all that really matters.”
Update (9/11/03): The Connecticut Post focuses on the Mulcahy-Kashetta friendship/rivlary in today’s issue.
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