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Cody Endres was suspended for the first 3 games of the season in 2010, but after he returned he supplanted the horribly innefficient Zach Frazer for 3 games going 2-1 in that time frame. He threw 5 touchdowns and 2 interceptions in the three games, while Zach Frazier the former Notre Dame Irish QB threw for 2 touchdowns and a pick in just over 3 games before falling behind Endres and a freshman to 3rd string. Now the Huskies have to turn to an unproven freshman or back to shitty Frazer for the remainder of the year because Endres has been suspended for a academic year for violation of school policy. ESPN's college football analyst Joe Schad however goes to twitter to announce what the violations were stating, "UConn QB Cody Endres was suspended for year for violations of substance abuse policies." Violations, as in plural. Meaning that most likely the first suspension of this season came because of drugs as well.