Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Wednesday--September 25, 2013

The UMass video section has "Getting to UMass offensive coordinator John Bond". Note that Bond thinks UMass is on track for a good recruiting year. In addition, the Minutemen are trying to expand their efforts in Georgia, which is improving its reputation in the recruiting wars.

Coach Bond's UMass bio.

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

Dan Malone catches up with former MassLive UMass beat writer Harry Plumer.

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

The Tennessean says Vanderbilt has owned the fourth quarter.

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

The Milford Daily News catches up with former UMass football player John Welsh.

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

Western Michigan, who off to an 0-4 start (sound familiar ) is looking for a reset with the start of MAC conference play.

UMass' next opponent Ball State, 3-1 so far this season, hosts the 2-2 Toledo Rockets this weekend.

The MAC's website has a feature on Ball State's HC Pete Lembo.

The Chicago Sun-Times says the unbeaten NIU Huskies are not pretty, but pretty good.

Cleveland.com states Akron is ready to make its move in the MAC conference.

Hustle Belt takes a look at Week #5's MAC Odds.

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

Ravens Safety James Ihedigbo is the glue that holds Baltimore's defense together.

Ihedgibo is proving to be an important part of the Ravens defense.

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

The NCAA is reducing Penn State's scholarship penalty. The Nittany Lions will have 75 scholarships available when they play the Minutemen next year.

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

A recent study shows no correlation between playing football and Alzheimer's Disease or CTE.

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


No comments: