Friday, October 25, 2013

Friday--October 25, 2013

TopUMassFan sent us a couple of McGuirk construction images. I didn't get them until I returned home. Special "Thanks!" to him for thinking of us.

As usual, click on the image and Blogger displays a larger view.


Dan Malone reports UMass players and coaches have to do a better job controlling the little things.

Coach Molnar on P.J. Fleck's "Row the Boat" mantra at Western Michigan.

Dan gets together with a Western Michigan beat writer for his latest UMass pod cast.

He also as an article on the upcoming three-game home stretch. Dan says it was a perceived cheap shot on DT Daniel Maynes that drew a bench unsportsmanlike penalty. Robert Kitching will start in place of Maynes for the Broncos game.


The Boston Globe says UMass is not taking the winless Broncos lightly.

The UMass Daily Collegian reports the UMass defense is stepping up.

The Kalamazoo Gazette says the winning play in UMass-Western Michigan could come on special teams. Kalamazoo is one MAC venue I've got to visit. When I was a kid at school, I used to look at a big map of North America and daydream (I was a big daydreamer)  about what was going on in exotic-sounding places. Last year on our trip to Alberta I finally got to see what Moose Jaw looked like. I definitely want to see downtown Kalamazoo. Following UMass will be excellent reason to do so.

Athlon Sports previews the UMass-Broncos matchup.

The Western Herald says UMass is a golden importunity for the 0-6 Broncos.

CBS Boston reports Coach Molnar thinks the Minutemen defense is getting better.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ says NIU is battling for the Fiesta Bowl.

Hustle  Belt looks at the five year road losing streak that the Akron Zips broke last weekend.

MAC Report Online reports the Miami Beach Bowl will give the MAC five bowl tie-ins.


UConn gets #21 UCF tomorrow.

Boston College plays North Carolina.

The #11 Maine Black Bears have a big game with #18 Villanova Saturday.


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