Saturday, January 12, 2013

Saturday--January 12, 2013 --Shane Huber recommits

Shane Huber has recommitted to UMass. Harry Plumer of MassLive has the story.

 Matty V. also has the story, but it's behind the paywall.

Huber is a good get for the program. He's listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN.

You made the correct decision Shane. One thing UMass has to offer is playing time. You'll play early and often with the Minutemen.

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Rant Sports says Northern Illinois will breeze through its 2013 schedule (including UMass).

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The MAC was ranked #2 for revenue distribution among the non-BCS leagues.

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A Bleacher Report writer thinks Vanderbilt's Austyn Carta-Samuels (who will be playing at Gillette in 2013) could be the next Johnny Manziel.

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How's this for a rumor--- Cincinnati and UConn to the Mountain West?

Because both schools are leaning towards the Catholic Seven in hoops?

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4 comments:

prof. said...

That"s great news! The coaches probably reassured him exactly as you state: a bonafide chance to start and an opportunity for a world-class education.

TopUMassFan said...

I am glad Shane Huber is back in the fold. Stick with your first choice, Shane...it is going to be a good one in many ways. You'll be coming in, almost, on the ground floor. Things will get better over the next four years. Come, leave your mark, and be a part of the beginning of something exciting. Get a great education when you are here, young man. Leave Amherst with the tools and skills to succeed in life.

Commitment is a huge part of life. You don't want to be a "fence-straddler". Show others they can count on you, through good and bad.

You won't regret your decision.

Anonymous said...

World class education at umass?

Anonymous said...

Yes, many of us did receive a World Class Education.