Friday, September 20, 2013

Friday--September 20, 2013

Dan Malone has this week's injury report. Out are Broandax, Nesmith, Casali and Robinson-Woodget. The two WR's make an already thin receiving corps even more narrow.

One player would could help would Ricardo Miller, the transfer from Michigan. So far, he only has two catches for 22 yards.

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Malone also has a story about A.J. Doyle being excited about tomorrow's test against a SEC team. I was there last year in Nashville. Doyle took some really heavy shots from the Commodores defense. Hopefully, this year the offensive line will be a lot more effective. Al Leneus, who started the season as a walk-on DL played most of the game as an emergency OL. He totally wiffed on his first block, but worked hard the rest of the season. If the OL and the UMass running backs could a decent running game going it would go a long way towards a decent game for A.J.

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The Boston Globe another heavyweight comes to Gillette tomorrow.

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Hustle Belt has a MAC blogger round table.

Austin Beay, a FCS schools who has already lost to Vanderbilt, gets Ohio this week. The Governers only had one first down in the first half and totaled 139 yards of total offense.

The Daily Iowan has "Lights, Camera, MACation".

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James Ihedigbo has graded out as the fourth-leading player in the Ravens defense after the first two games of the season.

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