Thursday, August 21, 2014

Thursday-- August 21st, 2014

The Mark Whipple Football radio show will start August 28th, at the Hanger.

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UMass runs a "mock game" at Gillette. First visit to Gillette for the freshmen.

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Dan Malone updates the starters on offense and defense. Graduate transfer Brian McDonald seems ahead on the battle for starting punter.

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UMass starting QB Blake Frohnapfel will also be the new holder on kicks.

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Speaking of Frohnapfel, the WV  Gazette says the Frohnapfel brothers are separated, but still tight.

Matty Vautour says Blake Frohnapfel receives support from the Herd.

The Boston Herald says Frohnapfel and UMass center Matt Sparks snap to it.

The UMass Daily Collegian on Frohnapfel being named starting QB.

Frohnapfel and potential backup Marshall QB Gunnar Holcombe remain close.

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Boston College holds final scrimmage before the UMass game.

Sports Chat Place picks the odds on the UMass-BC game.

The Patriot Ledger says the Eagles defense should be better. Oh joy.

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The Boston Globe reports Jamal Wilson is looking to be the man at running back.

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While UMass has their man at QB, Northern Illinois is still searching for Jordan Lynch's replacement.

Kent State center Jason Bitsko dies in his sleep.

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The Colorado Buffs lose a starter for the season.

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The New Zealand Herald reports an Icelandic volcano threatens the UCF-Penn State opening game. They follow college football in New Zealand?


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