Monday, September 14, 2009

Five Days before Rhode Island --09/14/09


Whoa! The UMass has this note in today's UMass Minute: "If you were at the game on Saturday, you saw the sign shown in this picture, letting all the fans know that a new video scoreboard is on the way for McGuirk Stadium. Plans are for the scoreboard to be installed for the Oct. 17 homecoming game against New Hampshire."

I totally missed the sign. That's great news. The old scoreboard has been an eyesore for years. Kudos to UMass A.D. John McCutcheon. The new scoreboard will be a great addition to McGuirk and the UMass Football atmosphere.

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The Boston Herald says Coach Morris' first victory was sweet.

The Salem News covers Armando Cuko's contribution to the win.

University Albany's notes and stats from the game.

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Matty Vautour discusses the Albany game and gives some information on injuries. UMass lost John Ihne, Josh Samuda and Jeremy Horne during the game.

In addition D.J. Adeoba (knee) and Shane Viveiros (hip) DNP because of injuries suffered against Kansas State.

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Vladimir Ducasse and Jeromy Miles are in the top 20 "Small School" NFL draft prospects from JBS Scouting.

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CSN recaps all the FCS scores from 09/05/09's games.

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The ProJo says Liam Coen was the best QB to come out of Rhode Island in the last 50 years.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This blog is the only place that says Samuda got hurt.

Matt said...

Saw that on Saturday. That's really nice that they got that. Hopefully it's not too small that we can't see it.

hampfan said...

i was at game on saturday, in the second half samuda had his left arm in a sling. not making this up.