Thursday, December 03, 2009

Thursday News -- 12/03/09

Vladimir Ducasse, Jeromy Miles and Chris Zardas were named All-New England.

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More player stories from Northeastern.

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Oregon's Chip Kelly talks about his life as UNH's offensive coordinator (mentions UMass).

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NFL Draft Scout has an article on "Diamonds in the Rough'. The list includes UMass' Vladimir Ducasse and UNH's Scott Sicko.

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CSN's Kent Schmidt reviews Montana's epic comeback against South Dakota State and previews SIU-William & Mary here.

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The CAA website has more on video coverage of all the CAA's teams in the Quarterfinals.

"The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) will carry both the William and Mary/Southern Illinois game (12 p.m., ET) and the Appalachian State/Richmond game (7 p.m., ET) live on its network. The New Hampshire/Villanova game (3:30 p.m., ET), a rematch from the 2009 CAA Football regular season, will be shown live on Comcast SportsNet New England and on WPVI-TV (ABC) in Philadelphia, Pa."

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The Sports Network's Brett Kahn previews the FCS quarterfinals.

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1 comment:

TopUMassfan said...

Frank, I just heard that Hofstra is dropping football. I think this is terrible news for the CAA North teams. The breakdown will be 8-to 4 in favor of southern teams. What is there to prevent the southern teams from forming a new league and leaving the old Yankee Conf. teams without a league? I heard Hofstra news on Boston sports radio station.