Monday, March 23, 2009

Monday News -- March 23, 2009

With UMass players going through the local Pro-Days, ever wonder what college teams function as the biggest farm clubs for the NFL? Answer--- Miami and USC.

The NCAA has limits on the number of coaches a football program can employ. So recently Alabama has hired former Virginia Offensive Coordinator Al Groh ------ as a graduate assistant.

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The CAA Spring Football Blog has been updated with essays by Rob Varno, Adrian Tracey and David Caldwell of William & Mary, as well as Charles Graves of Delaware.

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The UMass Lacrosse has a news booster website: UMass Laxbackers. I'll add it to my sidebar links.

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The latest iteration of Josh Buchanan's "Small School NFL draft" list includes Courtney Robinson.

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Report from the National Champion Richmond Spiders ProDay.

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Maine just signed the State of Delaware Basketball Player-of-the-Year -----to play football.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not to take anything away from Perillo but Tatnall is a pricey private school in DE and doesn't play much stiff competition in any of their sports. Hard to judge a person's abilities when a playing against very soft competition.

dennisdent said...

Spring roster is posted on the UMass site.