Monday, August 27, 2012

Monday--August 27th, 2012

First off, UMass is rejuvenating their Facebook and Twitter presence.

UMass Facebook Page.

UMass Twitter Page .

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Matty V. has a story about UMass fan's hope for a special year.

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Meanwhile in Storrs, UConn Coach Pasqualoni is talking up the UMass game.

Huskie QB Chandler Whitmer is ready for his chance in the spotlight.

UConn's defense thinks they have the potential to be a top-5 unit ---- in the nation.

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The Detriot Sports Site looks at Michigan's predicts Michigan's wins and losses this season.

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The MAC Conference has seven head coaches who are in the first or second year with the team.

Kent State opens with CAA team Towson. The Tigers are no longer the CAA's doormat. Phil Steele has Towson as the #8 FCS team in the nation. This should be an interesting game to keep track of. The Golden Flashes went 5-7 last year, but two of their losses were to Alabama and Kansas State.

Bowling Green thinks they can take the MAC

The MAC Blog "Hustle Belt" has the conference's Week #1 schedule.

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Everybody is wondering  how Temple will fare in the Big East.

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ESPN's NFC East Blog rates Victor Cruz the division's 10th ranked player.

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Stripe Hype breaks down the Bengals battle at the safety position.

Mark Zerof /US Presswire image

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Brandon London was among six Alouettes players who took part in a charity walk against ALS.

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