Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Tuesday--March 19, 2013

Virginia coach Mike London appears to take a shot at Jimmie Reid in this story by Football Scoop. More on the Cavs new defensive coordinator from the Daily Progress.

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Bill Connelly continues his series on the MAC with a preview of Central Michigan. UMass had offensive line problems in 2012.

Connelly's article notes that a number of MAC teams will be rebuilding their OL in 2013.


Ball State is replacing four multi-year starters, including two all-conference picks. Kent State is replacing three three-year (at least) starters, including two all-conference picks. Miami is replacing three multi-year starters, including a four-year guy.

And now you've got CMU, looking at replacing four guys who combined for 124 career starts. 

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Bowling Green is ready to make the next step in the MAC race according to USA Today.

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The Raiders website has a story about the top offensive tackles in the 2013 NFL draft. Mentions Stephane Milhim and CMU's Eric Fisher.

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Another what-if-college-football-had-a-64-team-playoff article this time by SB Nation.

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The Giants co-owner says Victor Cruz is worth more than Wes Welker.

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OT, but there is a printable NIT bracket here.

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There's some UMass Football recruiting news, but I'm on a short leash today to the storm and a couple of medical appointments.

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