Friday, November 20, 2009

Friday Before the Hofstra Game--11/20/09

The UMass Daily Collegian has a UMass-Hofstra game preview here.


Current CAA standings here. If UMass beats Hofstra and UNH beats Maine, UMass would finish alone in second place in the CAA North.


The Sprots Network's Brett Kanh previews the this week's Top-25 FCS games.


Another FCS coach resigned last night as Tennessee State's James Weber stepped down last night after upsetting #13 Eastern Illinois.


UMass' 2009 FBS/I-A opponent Kansas State needs a win at #25 Nebraska to be bowl eligible.


The end of this article discusses the CAA after Old Dominion joins the league in 2011 and Georgia State enters in 2012.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

big game for coach morris and the staff. the difference between a winning and losing season means something.