Thursday, February 20, 2014

Thursday--February 20th, 2014

CBS Boston has an article and an audio interview with Coach Whipple. Some interesting stuff in the audio interview and I recommend listening.

If you are at work and can't, Dan Malone has some highlights in an associated article.

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Maroon Musket says Shane Waldron will be the Minutemen's next offensive line coach.

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The Giants Blog "Big Blue" looks at the NFL draft and wonders if Rob Blanchflower can join Victor Cruz, Julian Talley and Michael Cox with the G-Men.

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NEPatriotsDraft.com mentions Blanchflower as a potential Patriot.

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ESPN ranks the PAC12's North Division's OOC schedule, which includes Colorado-UMass.

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FanIQ ranks the ACC's OOC schedule and mentions Boston College-UMass.

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Our old friends at Maize & Brew Blog look at the 2014 Penn State Nittany Lions and their schedule.

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Two former MAC quarterbacks will be pushing for better things at the NFL Combine.

 Indianapolis Colts practice squad quarterback Chandler Harnish looks at what it takes for a MAC quarterback to make it at the NFL Combine.

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1 comment:

TopUMassFan said...

Loved listening to the interview with Coach Whipple. It really seams like he is truly happy to be back at UMass. You can hear excitement, tempered with a bit of caution, in his words. Unlike his predecessor, it doesn't seem like he's trying to sell us a used car, it seems like he is on the level and expecting to make big strides this season.

I like how he mentioned "having the right players in the right position" a couple of times. That was something the last coach failed to achieve on more than one occasion.

Can't wait for the Spring game.