Saturday, April 16, 2011

Saurday--April 16,2011

The UMass website has a story about Guido Falbo being named offensive coordinator for RPI.

The Engineers' website has the same announcement.

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Matty V. has an article quoting Mark Whipple that "UMass going FBS is the right move". Note that Miami plays its home games at Sun Life stadium now that the Orange Bowl is torn down.

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TSN's Craig Haley has two FCS NFL draft articles on offensive players and defensive players.

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It's been a tough Spring around FCS.

Furman dismisses three players and suspends two more.

And legal trouble for several Richmond players.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

What does falbo know about running an offense????

Anonymous said...

From A UMass Fan

I give my best wishes to Guido Falbo. He has done an excellent job with the RBs. Seems like we have an All Conference RB every year. he will do a fine job at RPI. Rumor is that is not the only change on the offensive staff.

To the anonymous poster, just because he wasn't an OC at the Division 1AA level doesn't mean he will not exceed at the Division 3 level. Working on an offensive staff for over a decade at a very high level of football gives him the capability to be a great D3 coordinator. We will miss him.

Anonymous said...

I agree!!!! Coach Falbo kept the sanity of the other offensive staff. There is some problems with the offensive coaches personalities and how they work together. I wish Coach Falbo the best!!! He will be successful at RPI. Heard Coach Wood left and anpther young guy on offense

Anonymous said...

Falbo had nothing to do with Umass success on offense and nothing to do with keeping "sanity" together. He is a Div 3 coach. Thats where he belongs.

Anonymous said...

Falbo was a great coach and a better man. UMass will miss him. He will do great things at RPI.

Anonymous said...

No they wont.