Sunday, November 15, 2009

Sunday after James Madison--11/15/09

The Boston Globe said UMass dropped the ball.

The Boston Herald said UMass was charitable.

The Springfield Republican said too many turnovers.

Matty V. said UMass could not overcome turnovers.

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From the JMU side:

The Richmond Times-Dispatch said JMU made use of turnovers.

The Augusta Free Press said JMU won their third straight.

The Baltimore Sun said James Madison's defense and TB Noble won the game.

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The CAA has recaps of all the CAA games here. It also includes a discussion of CAA Championship scenarios and who get the league auto bid.

UNH lost to William & Mary, which puts the Wildcats out of the league championship and very possibly on a road playoff game.

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All the FCS scores and a list of teams who cliched league championships (including Holy Cross) here.

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Kansas State fell to Missouri on Senior Day and must beat Nebraska next week to be bowl eligible.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I said it several weeks ago and Ill say it AGAIN. Fooball games are won up front in the trenches. UMass OL line has cost this overall talented team to be ineffected Its TIME to find a new OL coach who has experince coaching a OL. yA THINK?????

Anonymous said...

Picucci was a GREAT OL coach. they have regressed since he was promoted to OC and no longer the OL coach. thats a great point.

Anonymous said...

I can tell you're really in tune with UMass football. The offensive coordinator was the offensive line coach the last several years at UMass. Same system and blocking schemes I'm sure that have made them one of the most talented offensive lines in Div I-AA the last several years. So there goes your theory on what ails the team.

Anonymous said...

No. the OL coach was not the OC...where do you get your information?

Anonymous said...

the oc was the qb's coach, not the ol coach

Anonymous said...

I saw on a recruiting visit at the JMU game DeVaghn Millington, a 6'1 205lb DB from Ridgefield, CT. Big kid for a DB. Would be a nice addition for us