Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Wednesday--May 2nd, 2012

Matty V. has a short article on James Ihedigbo's "Hope Africa" charity.

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"Lost Letterman" college football site has a review of the 2012 Minutemen.

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Yahoo Sports looks at the five new FBS programs in 2012 including UMass.

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A CBS Sport columnist cites Emil Igwenagu as one of his 20 favorite undrafted free agents.

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Bleacher Report has an article on the Giants are hoping lighting strikes twice with undrafted UMass WR Julian Talley.

Speaking of the Giants, the G-Men's general manager Jerry Reese says Victor Cruz did the right thing by turning down "Dancing with the Stars" (at end of article).

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Our former CAA Conference-mate Maine had one player in the NFL draft and three others sign free agent contracts.

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Boston College has dismissed Montel Harris, their all-time leading rusher, from the team.

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Departing UMass Chancellor Robert Holub looks at UMass' accomplishments including the move to FBS.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The "Lost Letterman" UMass 2012 preview didn't treat us kindly. The past few years it seems we've had what should've been decent FCS talent combined with subpar coaching. Now we've quickly shifted over to potentially decent (though yet to be proven) coaching and a lack of FBS talent. Everything I've read makes us sound pretty thin in many areas. Hopeing they can be coached up enough to steal those two wins they referred to, but it's not going to be easy.