Sunday, September 26, 2010

Sunday after Stony Brook----Sept 26th, 2010

Image by the UMass website.

Full UMass writeup with stats, box score, notes and video here.

Stony Brook's game coverage here. The Sea Wolves didn't come close to a sellout for the Minutemen.

The Boston Globe says UMass avoided a big setback.

The Worcester Telegram said Griffin scored the winning TD for the Minutemen.

The Stony Brook Independent said UMass edged the Sea Wolves.

MassLive said UMass struggled, but held on to win.

Matty Vautour says the Minutemen escaped the upset.

Only 5 people picked a close scoring game for the second week in a row in the Poll.

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Looking at our strength-of-schedule:

William & Mary threw a TD with 20 seconds remaining to beat Maine and run their schedule to 3-1.

Holy Cross fell to 1-3 as they lost to Georgetown 17-7. The Crusader offense has fallen off a cliff this year. Against UMass, Harvard and Georgetown, Holy Cross has scored a total of 20 points.

Michigan smoked Bowling Green 65-21. The Wolverines rang up 721 yards of offense. Denard Robinson banged up his knee. Michigan goes to 4-0.

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Next week's opponent Towson lost to Columbia 24-10. The Tigers fall to 1-3.

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CAA standings after last night's games.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gutsy play by the Minutemen kept us in this one , a win is a win no matter how they do it . The Big South Network really doesn't give you much for your 5.95 , just a picture and nothing else . Hope we don't have to use them again !

Anonymous said...

FYI, I went to the CCSU v. Bryant game and the CCSU band dedicated its halftime show to George Parks.