Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Wednesday--November 27, 2013

Coach Molnar discusses breaking Shadrach Abrokwah's redshirt.

There's no bio information in for Abrokwah in the UMass press guide or on the website. ESPN Boston had this back in May.


"The 5-foot-8, 205-pound Abrokwah was one of the state's most productive backs last fall for the Pioneers, as they advanced to the MIAA Division 1 Central Super Bowl. In 2012, his first season as the Pioneers' full-time starter, he carried the ball 213 times for 1,540 yards and 22 touchdowns, with just one fumble; he also caught 21 passes for 437 yards and two more scores. Abrokwah has reportedly run a hand-timed 40-yard dash in the 4.5 range. "


The article also says Rob Blanchflower is out for the Ohio game.

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The Sentinel and Enterprise says Rob Blanchflower's Minutemen career is over.

The MAC Report Online says Blanchflower finishes as UMass' #1 TE.

Matty V. says Blanchflower is done for the season.

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Ohio University Wins Enterprise Rent-A-Car's "Best Under-The-Radar NCAA Football" Competition.

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I watched NIU's Jordan Lynch break his own NCAA record for rushing yards by a QB last night.

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ESPN Boston says UMass basketball and Derek Kellogg are enjoying life in the fast lane.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sheer desperation and being a buffoon could him his redshirt season. Molnar is the worst coach this program has ever had. Never thought I'd say that after watching 3 years of Kevin Morris.

Anonymous said...

Putting my guard down to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. We can tend to business after Ohio. I truly hope we are all remarking on the immense progress shown in the last game of the season and hope for the future.