Friday, May 14, 2010

Friday News---- May 14th, 2010

UMass AD John McCutcheon comments on Conference realignment. He says not much in it for UMass.
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More coverage of UMass legend Milt Morin's election to the College Hall-of-Fame.

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Former UMass football player Ken Kenzer has been elected into the National High School Coaches Association Hall-of-Fame. Kenzer won letters in 60,61 and 62.

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UMass Junior Tyler Holmes is one of the top ten LB's in FCS according to Craig Haley's latest article over at the Sports Network.

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The CAA's website lists 18 CAA football games having TV coverage for the 2010 season. UMass makes three broadcasts:
  • Sept 4th Vs William & Mary (Amherst)
  • Oct 23rd @ UNH (Foxborough)
  • Oct 30th @ JMU (Harrisonburg, VA)
  • Nov 6th Vs Maine (Amherst)
UPDATE: Home Football game times announced.

"AMHERST, Mass. - The 2010 home game times for UMass football have been announced starting with a 3:30 p.m., home opener vs. William & Mary on Sept. 4 at McGuirk Stadium. That game is one of at least five contests that will be televised this season. The game vs. William & Mary is one of four TV games on Comcast SportsNet New England. UMass will also play on CSN NE at 3:30 p.m., against New Hampshire (Oct. 23), at James Madison (Oct. 30) and vs. Maine (Nov. 6).

UMass' game at Michigan on Sept. 18 is slated to be televised on the Big Ten Network at a time to be determined.

UMass' additional home game times are as follows: Sept. 11 vs. Holy Cross at 6 p.m.; Oct. 18 vs. Richmond 3:30 p.m. for homecoming, Nov. 6 vs. Maine at 3:30 p.m.; and No.v 13 vs. Delaware at 1 p.m.

All times are subject to change.

On the road, only two game times are currently known, for two televised games. Both the game vs. New Hampshire and the contest at James Madison will start at 3:30 p.m., as they are being aired on Comcast SportsNet New England.
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Jason Yellin
Associate Athletic Director/Media Relations
UMass Athletics
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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

You forgot Jimmy Madison @ JMU on Oct. 30th! (Comcast)

Anonymous said...

The October 30 game at JMU is also on the TV schedule.

UMass74 said...

Thank you to all my dedicated fact checkers :)

Anonymous said...

Frank can we get the Athletic Dept. to try to put in a better effort in selling tickets to the home games. Lets fill up the stadium,and have a home field advantage. The students don't come or don't stay long if they do come. Market this great product to those along I-91 and Rt 2.Sending out season ticket renewals is not going to fill the stadium. Target new people!!