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.


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.


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


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


Report from the National Champion Richmond Spiders ProDay.


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



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.