Friday, November 12, 2010

Friday before Delaware--Nov 12th, 2010


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Delaware has its UMass game notes (pdf) available here.

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UMass is #12 in the Gridiron Power Index.

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CBS3 TV has its Week 11 video here.

The Boston Herald says UMass is ready for its final push.

The Enterprise News (Brockton) predicts Hens 27-UMass 17.

Matty Vautour says UMass is looking to beat another #1 team.

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From the UMass game notes:

Saturday is Senior Day at McGuirk Stadium. The football family and the University will take the opportunity to honor and recognize this year's senior class for their contributions. The 2010 UMass football seniors are: Ke'Mon Bailey, Calvin Belfon, Woody Carter IV, James Carven, David Cozzo, Scott Duggan, Torrey Esalomi, Aaron Fears, Brandon Flanagan, John Griffin, Kyle Havens, John Ihne, Andrew Krevis, Bob McLaughlin, Mike Mele, Anthony Nelson, Greg Niland, David Ramsden and Dan Sheeran.

Congrats to the Seniors from the Blog. Be sure to get your diploma by finishing your degree at UMass.

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Andrew Gaddess from TSN previews Week #11 in FCS and predicts Hens 24 UMass 20.

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Meanwhile, Montana announced yesterday that they are staying in FCS.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Keeler's salary reported to be among the highest in FCS and the highest in the CAA:

http://www.udreview.com/news/keeler-s-salary-disclosed-for-first-time-1.1609159

UMass74 said...

Keeler's Salary

Anonymous said...

from the Top Roww sec 16

OK WHOSE IN FOR SUPPRTING OUR TEAM ? ? ? ?

Forecast looks like a great one for some good football this Saturday. 60's and sunny - really nice

We are the home team a certain advantage

We will likely see some hearty blue bird fans in attendance. A guess would be 3-4000 along with their band and cheer leaders. Except for a very few 1aa programs no one goes out more to support their team than the Delaware fans do.

Game should be a hard fought and we are going recommend going w/ what we started the season with. RUN THE BALL and then RUN THE BALL and then after some good conservative high percentage passes RUN THE BALL SOME MORE.

POUND THE ROCK UNTIL IT CRACKS ! ! !

Delaware needed a last second FG to beat the Jimmies amd WmNMary beat them. This team has padded their win total w/ wins over D2 West Chester and Duquesne along with South Dakota State. Who have they beaten that is a good win????

THIS IS A VERY, VERY BEATABLE TEAM ! ! ! !

UMASS 30 lil' Hen's 17

WE ARE IN FOR SA UP In THE TOP ROWW

Brooks Rownd said...

Hope the team has been building up for a big late season surge. Come on seniors!

izy said...

UMASS isn't the same pushover as Duquesne or West Chester or Towson. As far as the Hens record:
JM almost beat them and BillnMary did. Both teams that UMASS did beat. So the only real solid win the Hens had was against Rhody.
It's time for UMASS to barbeque some chicken!!!!!GO UMASS!!!!

Anonymous said...

Was in attendence for the game last year in Delaware-Lets hope the coaches remind the players of the beating the Blue Hens gave them last yr
Was 14-0 Delaware 5 minutes in and after running into the AD at halftime he told me the team was having a bad nite-at HALFTIME
Last time I checked there is 2 halves in football and it would be really nice to see Umass put together a full 60 minute display of football
Weather in Amherst tomorrow is expected to be in the mid 60's
See you there

Anonymous said...

So you would rather the AD have said they were having a good half?

Still unbelievable what people complain about.