Monday, August 30, 2010

Monday before the William & Mary game--August 30th, 2010

Matty Vautour has a story about former UMass star Sean Small's attempt at a comeback from a severe injury.

He covers Kyle Harrington's bid for a position on the same team.

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The Boston Herald says in 2007, UMass was one of BC's toughest victories.

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The Miami Herald has an article that talks about Spencer Whipple playing for his father at the "U".

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Victor Cruz has his own NFL highlight reel. He's also the Giants leading receiver in preseason camp.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer says Villanova's Ben Ijalana is the best FCS NFL prospect this year.

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The Sports Network previews two more FCS leagues: the Northeast Conference and the Great West.

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Re-starting the UMass player countdown is #18, Tom Gilson a 6-3 210 RS JR WR from Mansfield, MA. Gilson played in six games in 2009. No stats.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think you mean Sean Smalls, not Sean Spencer who was a coach at UMass.

Anonymous said...

Sean Smalls not Spencer

UMass74 said...

Corrected.

Anonymous said...

Has there been an official two deep line up published yet? I have seen the o-line where Dima is a bit of a surprise. Not sure if Samuda or Ihne got bangged up or if it was good competition. If it was the latter that bodes well for the run game as Samuda had been a two year starter and Ihne has about 10 starts to his name. Any other surprises on defense other than the linebackers I have not seen what the depth chart looks like on the line or secondary.

Anonymous said...

How about Octavious Hawkins?

This kid suppose to be our starting QB right now, I don't know why Morris gave this kid a chance. He could of not did to much worst then havens last year. 18 for 23 207 yds 2 tds(most importantly offense had no turnovers) I believe the decision to not play him will coast us dearly.

Congrats Hawkins