Saturday, September 20, 2014

Game Day- Penn State September 20th, 2014

Good Morning from State College! It was a tiring drive up from Virginia Beach; I-95 was busy between Richmond and Washington as was the Washington Beltway. Our motel gave us a plastic Penn State football and a window sticker with a large "409" and the slogan "history can't be erased".

For $9.00 there's a shuttle bus to the game. Hope to see some UMass fans! Go UMass!

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Media links to watch or listen to the game.

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Matty Vautour says there'll be no margin for error against the Nittany Lions.

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Dan Malone says the Minutemen look to slow Christian Hackenberg down.

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The Boston Globe says UMass is ready for unbeaten Penn State.

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State College News previews UMass.

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Centre Daily Times says the aggressive Nittany Lion defense presents problems for UMass.

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The UMass Marching Band and the Penn State Band highlight the pregame activities.

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How Penn State's Anthony Zettel became a top DT.

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Game Day information for MAC Conference teams. Bowling Green visits Wisconsin and Eastern Michigan gets Michigan State.

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Jesse Allen of Hustle Belt previews the Minutemen-Nittany Lions game.

Two Hustle Belt writers say take UMass and the points.

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1 comment:

TopUMassFan said...

Well, we're where we thought we'd be at 0-4 (we could be 2-2 and that would be great).

Now we get to test ourselves against our own leaque.

No more excuses, no more wouldas, shouldas and couldas. It is time to start playing for 60 minutes, playing to win, and making big plays and big stops when they're needed. Yes, we're young but it is time to mature and grow up.

We need to turn heads, change the way FBS football thinks of us...no more being the butt end of jokes. Time to earn some respect.

Back to our "Home" this next week vs. Bowling Green. Time to pack the house, time to get loud, time to play for 60 and time to win!