Monday, July 23, 2012

Monday--July 23rd, 2012

Good Morning from Lake Waskesiu, Saskatchewan . That's in Prince Albert National Park.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

As your have undoubtedly heard by now, the NCAA is dropping the hammer on Penn State. Matty V has a story about the possibility of UMass snagging some transfers from the Nitiany Lions.

The following is a cut-and-past from Matty's article with the links added by me.

Anthony Alosi, RFr. G/T Marlton, NJ
Bill Belton, Soph. TB Sicklerville, NJ 13 carries 6 yards last year
Glenn Carson, Jr. LB Manahawkin, N.J. - 74 tackles last year - slated start
Curtis Dukes, Jr. TB Evans Mills, NY - 41 carries for 247 yards last year, No. 2 on depth chart behind Redd
Khari Fortt, JR. LB Stamford, Conn. - 33 tackles, 2.5 sacks last year, No. 2 on depth chart
Kevin Halpea, TE, Jr. Annandale, N.J. 3 catches 21 yards, 1 TD, No. 2 on preseason depth chart
DaQuan Jones, DT Jr. Johnson City, NJ - Slated to start 8 tackles
Shawney Kersey, Jr. WR Woodbury, NJ 5 catches 108 yards - expected to start at PSU
Angelo Mangiro, RFr. G Succasunna, NJ
Stephen Obeng-Agyapong, Jr. Safety, Bronx, NY - 11 tackles - slated to start
Shane Phillips RFr. WR St. Albans NY
John Urschel Sr. G, Williamsville, NY - expected to start
Garrett Venuto, Jr. QB, Ithaca, NY. -


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The MAC blog "Hustle Belt" ranks MAC punters. Jeff Strait ends up #12.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The UConn blog plays the 2012 season on NCAA13 including the opener against the Minutemen.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 comment:

prof. said...

Don't believe that transfers will come our way unless they are deep on the depth chart or are eligible for a year of play after graduating. I could see transfers to high profile programs, but will UMass contend for a bowl birth in the next two years? Still, one never knows.