Saturday, August 02, 2014

Saturday--August 2nd, 2014

Lorenzo Woodley
Dan Malone continues his "Top 25" UMass players with Lorenzo Woodley.

Woodley's UMass bio.

Woodley battled leg troubles in 2014. He ended up 8 GP 84-314 3.7 AVE 25 LONG 2 TD's 39.3 YGS/G. Note that in 2012, Minutemen backs averaged a dismal 2.6 yards a carry. So even nicked up, Woodley did pretty good. The running back position, is one part of the UMass team that has depth and talent. In football, you're always one play away from starting against Penn State. Last year the Minutemen went six deep on the RB roster. I think Whipple's offense will provide more yards for everybody.


Dan also looks the UMass offense going into Fall camp. I pretty much concur with his conclusions, but I would not be surprised to see Marken Michel or Shakur Nesmith start at one of the WR positions.


Matty Vautour says there are plenty of questions going into training camp.


According to a SB Nation writer, former UMass OT Anthony Dima left the Dallas Texans camp and was subsequently cut.


Hustle Belt has a post on UMass verbal Michale Yerardi.


The Colorado Buffs see their early schedule, which includes UMass as winnable.


Boston College is having problems with scheduling in 2015.


Theo Agnew, who started his college career at UMass, has been signed by the Atlanta Falcons.


Victor Cruz says buckle up and watch the new Giants attack.

Michael Cox gets a lot of quotes in this article from the Giants camp.

The NY Daily news says David Wilson's injury opens the door for Michale Cox.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great news for Theo, He was another key player that had been run out of town by Molnar...I hear Byrne has begun recouping from a serious illness that kept him away from the UMass Pro Day and teammates are encouraging him to get back into the battle for the next level. Maybe Theo's success will be that added motivation.