Friday, August 22, 2014

Friday--August 22nd, 2014

Nice article from Martin Jacobson about getting the UMass community together with football.

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Besides being the new starting QB, Blake Frohnapfel will be the holder on kicks.

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Dan Malone has five questions with freshman QB Ross Comis. His UMass bio.

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Dan reports about a bad day at camp. It's been a long camp and it's natural to not be into it sometimes. However, if you want to play in the pros, you've got to be ready when the light goes green. The pro teams release veterans who had one bad game. Remember Ray Lewis' memorable motivational rants before the Ravens' games?

Football in addition to all of its other challenges, is a lot like boxing. Unlike baseball, or basketball or many other team sports, you don't get do-overs football.

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Dan also reports there are still positions up for grabs with a week to go before Boston College.

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Matty Vautour has a story about camp and reports no captains have been chosen yet.

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BC Interruption has quotes from the last Eagle preseason scrimmage.

Three Eagles named to the Reese Senior Bowl Watch List.

BC fans think seven wins is about right for the Eagles 2014 season.

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Cleveland.com says Kent State is facing adversity to start the 2014 season.

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James Ihedigbo has some quotes on the NFL's new no-touch rule for defensive backs.

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NJ.com says Emil Igwenagu still has a shot to make the Eagles.

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Televison, live streaming video and other distractions have made an impact on college football student attendance at games.

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