Thursday, April 02, 2009

Thursday News --- 04/02/09

Chuck Burton has a column in his series "The CSN Way" about the football history of FCS/I-AA teams in this year's March Madness basketball tourney. It's a nicely researched article.

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Yesterday's edition of the CAA Spring Football Blog includes posts by players from Richmond, Villanova, Towson, Hofstra,Northeastern and Rhode Island.

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2009 opponent Stony Brook begins Spring Practice tomorrow .

The Seas Wolves 2009 Spring roster (pdf).

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2009 opponent Albany also starts Spring Practice this Friday. This article covers Great Dane QB Vinny Esposito (a great name for a QB).

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Twenty-Eight hours until UMass Spring Football starts.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Surprising. I got a peak at the recent junior day results. The one person on the team that blew me away was Micheal Hanson - good size, more of a linebacker, and was able to clock a 4.64. Vladimir Duccasse is an easy Draft pick next year, weighing at 320+ and clocked a 5.25 40. Robert Getek Big Frame offensive tackle 6'6 i believe good numbers, clocking a 5 flat, needs to gain about 20 more pounds and able to run a faster to be a sure pick. Jeremy Miles could also sneak in to the draft, where he has numbers that scout's hunger for, for a pro safety.
Young guys that are going to help this Umass team out just of their athleticism at a young age, is arguablly, Cederick Gonnet, where his numbers were astonishing, i couldn't believe my eyes when i saw, clocking in at a 4.37, probably the fastest on the team. Another young guy with one year of experience, who started this past year is young offensive lineman Joshua Samuda, I believe he has 2 or 3 more years left and already has numbers and size of a drafted pro center, and he also around the same time as Duccasse clocking a 5.23 40.
Jeremy Horne did not participate, i was wondering what his numbers were going to be like, that kids fast on the field.

Any comments ? i wrote some of the starters times and results down if any one wants to know.

Anonymous said...

what about the seinors Coen, etc. any of those numbers