By Christopher Shelton
Head coach Tony Levine said East Carolina is one of the toughest road tests in Conference USA.
“We expressed this in our team meeting that this may be the best environment we play in all year. They have passionate fans there,” Levine said.
The Cougars are leaving the city for the third time and the past two haven’t been kind to them. Against SMU and UCLA, UH had 15 turnovers. Levine said the crowd will be raucous.
Redshirt sophomore quarterback David Piland said ECU will be out for revenge after falling to UH 56-3 last season. Redshirt freshman Kenneth Farrow said getting a team’s best shot is not new this year.
“I think that’s every team on the schedule right now, especially how the team played last year. There weren’t too many close games. We’re getting everyone’s best shot,” Farrow said.