Alright, so, I'm at work and I can only do a cursory examination. I'll dive in more deeply later tonight and get you some hard numbers, but here's an overview of what I've found so far.
Endres, the QB that just got suspended, is better than Frazer, the guy we'll face, by quite a bit, but it doesn't matter. In UConn wins and losses, they passed for anywhere between 150 and 350 yards, regardless of whether it was a win or a loss. Usually they ended up somewhere about 200 yards passing.
The real key to defeating them lies in the run. The magic number appears to be about 150 yards. Last season, when they were held under 150 yards rushing, they just couldn't pull off the win. They'd get close, but it inevitably ended up as a loss for them. Over 150, and they took it to their opponent pretty good. Makes sense, right? But WHY is this the magic number.
I maintain that we WANT this game to become a shoot out (to some extent). I believe that we will find that their defense lacks endurance, and that if we can force them to pass, keeping their D on the field longer, we will wear them out quickly. That seems to have been the case last year, and I look for it to be the case again this year.