Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Tuesday--September 16th, 2014

Dan Malone has three players up and three players down from the Vanderbilt game.

Jamal Wilson's injury may not be as bad as originally feared.

Coach Whipple says Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg is the real deal.

The above article is based on quotes from Whipple's weekly MAC teleconference.

Dan looks at the depth chart for Penn State. Lornezo Woodley likely to start at RB. A decision is needed at kicker. I think Matthew Wylie will start as kicker. Lucas has gone 5 for 14 over 2013 and so far this year.

Adding to the running back woes, Shadrack Aborkwah is not eligible for this week's game.

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Matty Vautour has more on Jamal Wilson's injury.

Matty looks at how UMass' independent schedule is building. Note UConn at Gillette and only one FCS team.

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Jesse Allen of Hustle Belt reviews the Minutemen's loss to Vanderbilt.

Byron Vance of Hustle Belt looks at the status of the MAC after week #3 and says Whipple can coach.

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The UMass Daily Collegian reports Ben Roethlisberger said Mark Whipple taught me how to be a pro.

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A Central Michigan RB has been charged with three felonies.

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isportsweb.com says Penn State is finding ways to win.

The Penn State blog Black Shoes Diary says the Nittany Lions are officially back.

The Patriot News looks at the Penn State O-line against the Minutemen front seven.

The Victory Bell rings says the Nittany Lions are big favorites against UMass.

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Remember how all the pundits said the Minutemen's run defense was terrible against BC? You know that the Eagles rushed for 452 yards against USC, so we didn't do too bad...

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