Thursday, September 04, 2014

Thursday--September 4th, 2014

Dan Malone says Da'Sean Downey is ready to step into a starting role if needed.

Dan also says the Minutemen are looking to get Tajae Sharpe more involved in the offense.


Matty Vautour reports an early arrival is paying dividends for Da'Sean Downey.


Andrew Syr of the UMass Daily Collegian says UMass football is the future of college football in New England.

The Collegian says Whipple embraces his second stint as a teacher and motivator.

The Collegian says UMass looks for its first win of the season against the Buffs.


The Colorado student newspaper says the Buffs look to rebound against UMass.

The Boulder Daily Camera says UMass offers the Buffs a chance to "go back East". Several Colorado players have links to UMass RB coach Marcel Shipp.


All the pundits  picked Bowling Green to win the MAC East. The Falcons got crushed in their opening game against WKU. Worse, they lost their starting QB Matt Johnson for the season.

In addition, Bowling Green suspended RB William Houston for alleged attempted rape.

The Falcons also lost their cool on the field.


Three Eastern Michigan players face assault charges.


Byron Vance of Hustle Belt says anyone could now win the MAC East ---- except for UMass. now picks Akron to win the MAC East.


The Minutemen opened with a BCS team. This week, three MAC Ohio schools get their chance.


Adam Hunger iamge looks at the Giants practice squad including Michael Cox and Julian Talley



Anonymous said...

Downey made some plays in the Spring Game
Thought Vondell Langston another LB looked good in that Spring game and hope he gets a chance to play
I just wish we would hit a QB and expressed this to Sollazzo as he ran off the field after the BC QB just killed us last weekend
Steal Your Face

izy1 said...

UMASS better get a game face on pretty damn quick
Other than that statement, I will keep my comments to myself until they either explode in a game and prove everyone wrong or implode on themselves
I hope it aint the latter