Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Tuesday before William & Mary -August 31st, 2010

UMass' game notes for William and Mary in pdf and html.

The UMass depth chart is on page 6. The o-line does not match yesterday's article by the Springfield Republican, but game notes often don't match the actual game starters in my experience.

By my count, 17 Red Shirt Freshman or true Freshman on the two-deep chart.

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UMass beat writer Matty Vautour takes a look at the CAA in 2010.

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Tribe HC Jimmye Laycock has named SR QB Mike Callahan as starting QB. More from William and Mary's student paper.

Matty Vautour says it was a surprise.

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Jeff Sagarin's NCAA football ratings are out. He rates the CAA ahead of two FBS/I-a conferences : the Sunbelt and MAC. UMass is rated #98 in overall standings.

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Craig Haley of The Sporting News previews the Ancient Eight.

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The Dallas Cowboys released former UNH star Scott Sicko.

Terrance Thomas interviews UNH HC McDonnell


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The MGoBlog looks at Michigan's secondary and "while mournfully contemplating everything from Mike Floyd to whatever 5'8" guy UMass will throw out there this year."

Back on August 24th the Wiz of Odds Blog had this to say about the Wolverines secondary:"Trouble is brewing in the Wolverine secondary. It started with All-Big Ten selection Donovan Warren leaving for the NFL after his junior season. Prized but troubled defensive back Demar Dorsey was signed to a letter of intent in February, but was denied entrance into the school. Boubacar Cissoko, who started four games in 2009, is now serving time in the real Big House for his role in multiple robberies. Adrian Witty, a prized recruit in 2009, didn't qualify academically. J.T. Turner, another high-profile recruit, was granted his release and is looking to transfer. Senior Troy Woolfolk, the backfield's most experienced player, is lost for the season after injuring his lower right leg. That leaves redshirt sophomore cornerback J.T. Floyd as the only player who has started in college. If you're name is Rich Rodriguez, 8-16 after two seasons as coach, there is reason for concern."

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Milham slim down to 305 or is he still at 335? Two tackles at 335 is just monstrous. If we can't run the ball this year, time to go home.

dennisdent said...

That depth chart is a mess: wrong years/ht & wgts. Unprofessional! Attention to detail...

Anonymous said...

agreed this o line is absolutely huge, they should be able to pound teams.

Anonymous said...

not alot of love for vladimir duccasse in Jets camp. he hasnt played a live snap with ones all camp.