Monday, September 27, 2010

Monday before Towson---Sept 27th,2010

The UMass Daily Collegian says UMass got over its road woes.

MassLive.com says the UMass tandem of Griffin and Hernandez keep paying dividends.

Matty Vautour looks at some of the details from the Stony Brook game and notes UMass ran the Wildcat twice.

He has three UMass stars from the Sea Wolves game. Matty also does his weekly "Road to the Playoffs" column.

The Springfield Republican has a nice article about former UMass All-American and current Baltimore Ravens coach Clarence Brooks.

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The Sports Network said defense dominated the game between JMU and Liberty.

Craig Haley reviews the state of FCS with his "In the FCS Huddle" column and says it was a September to remember.

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The CAA Blogger has video, stats and other news from all of Saturday's league games.

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Philly.com states Villanova can't afford to decline the Big East invitation.

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Click on the image and Blogger displays a larger view.

I have 34 images from the Holy Cross game in a Picasa Web album here. It contains a couple of images of George N. Parks last performance in McGuirk. I took the above image as I was walking out after the game. Look at the expressions on the band members faces.

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CSN's Gridiron Power Index will again be included in the NCAA FCS playoff selection process.

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UNH is on an eleven game home winning streak, their longest since 1929-31.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Frank, thanks for the George Parks photo! The happy smiles you see on the UMMB students' faces are the norm no matter how hard they work. John Jenkins could not have picked a better man for the position of band director 33 years ago!

vetteson said...

Yes, we survived. Playing in front of 5000 must have reduced the inspiration. That's one problem with FCS, playing in front of huge crowds then moms and dads. Injuries starting to mount, especially on defense. Similar game this coming Saturday. Long bus trip to play a struggling team.