Thursday, October 14, 2010

Thursday before Richmond--Oct 14th, 2010

More on the memorial ceremony planned for George N. Parks this Saturday.


The UMass Daily Collegian says there are still some areas of concern for UMass football.

And they say Homecoming opens the second half of the season for UMass.

Jason Yellin states UMass has been 15-3 in Homecoming games since 1992.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------- gives three keys to the Richmond game.


Matty Vautour jinxes Caleb Violette. He also says UMass starting center John Ihne will be back for the Spiders game.


UMass coaches and players will walk for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation this Sunday.


Shane Viveiros and Kyle Havens will guests on the UMass Football Radio Show tonight.


UMass has an FCS-best six players in the CFL.

Tyler Kirchoff may be the Spider's featured TB when they visit McGuirk Saturday.


The first CSN Gridiron Power Index ranks UMass as #8. In the past, the Selection Committee has used the Index in playoff selection/bracketing.


Anonymous said...

Courtney Robinson is on Saskatchewan, not Hamilton. Also the 6th player is Smalls on Toronto.

Anonymous said...

Gillette Stadium holds over 70k, yet UMASS is telling folks, "limited space available on fan buses", closing soon. Huh... invite more-don't scare away more!! Jeeeeesh
25k or it's a bust.
Don't make excuses-make it happen!!

Anonymous said...

Wow people are dumb on here. There are no more buses available because there are no more buses available in the area for UMass to bring in. This doesn't mean people can't drive themselves to the game. It just means the fan buses are full. Stop complaining people and actually think about why things might be happening instead of just complaining.